Point Counterpoint: Town Pride

Maddie Gillespie and Hannah Nelson

April 11, 2014

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Pro: Maddie We have all heard this statistic float proudly around the Irish Rivera since the professional census in 2010, “Scituate is the most Irish town in America.”  Aside from the stereotypical freckle-faced, red he...

Point Counterpoint: Homeroom

Liz Harriman and Caroline Giovannucci

April 9, 2014

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Pro: Liz It’s the routine every Scituate High schooler knows best: arrive to the building, go to your locker, visit friends, head to homeroom, and listen to the daily bell song as you sit in your homeroom seat. Then, the...

Is daylight “saving” a waste of time?

Gabe Goodman, Arts and Entertainment Editor

April 9, 2014

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  We’ve heard time and time again of America’s obsolete and inefficient imperial system, remaining the only nation which chooses feet, pounds, and miles over metric measurement. Our units, however, are not the only outdate...

Gabe Goodman, Arts and Entertainment Editor

April 3, 2014

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    We’ve heard time and time again of America’s obsolete and inefficient imperial system, remaining the only nation which chooses feet, pounds, and miles over metric measurement. Our units, however, are not the only out...

Together Forever, or forever alone?

Amanda Mendes, Sports and Wellness Editor

February 6, 2014

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   For some people, it’s the best day of the year, for others, it's a day filled with awkwardness and loneliness. One day, hated amongst the “I don’t need a man to make me happy” and loved by the ones who are anticipa...

Plaza Azteca Takes Over the Chili’s Peppers and Makes Them Tasteful

Chloe Ewanouski, Staff Writer

January 30, 2014

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Where people once went to get their basic American cuisine, now stands a little taste of Mexico.  There is no longer Hingham’s red Chili’s sign overwhelming the gas station next door on the corner of Pond and Whiting Stre...

Why Travel to Italy When You Have Orta?

Leah Doherty, Staff Writer

January 30, 2014

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   Good food is hard to come by these days, especially when all you see are chain restaurants and diners that claim to have the “world’s finest sundaes” or the “best burgers in Boston.” So naturally when I came acros...

Say No to Snow

Rachel Antos, Co-Director of Advertising

December 21, 2013

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  Waking up on a school morning and hearing the news that school is cancelled will make any student happy. For the time being, you can catch up on sleep, hang out with friends, or enjoy the winter weather. But the joy of a sno...

PDA at SHS on the rise

PDA at SHS on the rise

December 21, 2013

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