Blizzard Bag Days Not a Great Deal for Seniors

Morgan Seghezzi, Staff Writers

January 3, 2019

What is the deal with all these Blizzard Bags? The intent was to decrease snow days that are typically tacked on at the end of the school year. But for SHS seniors, Blizzard Bags seem like another attempt to infringe on senior p...

Does Sleep Really Impact Success?

Jack Kimball, Staff Writer

January 3, 2019

Most believe that with 8 hours of sleep, they can have a rewarding and energetic day. That’s the social norm. But is this true? It is rare that the most successful people in the world continually get 8 hours of sleep. Presi...

SHS Students Have New Reality in #metoo Era

Michael O'Connell, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018

As America learns the political ramifications of the #metoo era, High School students, in the case of Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation process, saw a public figure scrutinized for the choices he made as a teenag...

Is the iPhone a High School Essential?

Michael O'Connell, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018

As the cliche goes, “Everyone is different.” Take a walk around Scituate High School, and this rings true in almost every quantifiable way: Students have different hair, clothes on their back, and shoes on their feet. But as...

History Classes Need a Broader Focus in the US

Mia Snow, Staff Writer

November 27, 2018

As a student, I firmly believe that history classes are fundamentally some of the most beneficial and useful courses. The educational skills developed in history classes are starkly different from other classes, and the style of...

Internet Censorship at SHS is Too Strict

Mia Snow, Staff Writer

November 21, 2018

As a student during this expansive era of technological advancements, I rely heavily on access to online assignments and learning tools. But all too often, I run into the issue of Internet censorship. Whether it be an educational vi...

College Acceptance Starts From Within

Ava Young, Contributing Writer

April 2, 2018

How many times in our teenage years do we allow ourselves to be vulnerable? We spend four years compiling a laundry list of extracurriculars and signing up for classes we can barely tolerate to boost our GPA. All the tedious ...

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