Going Red for the Cause

Caroline Stevenson, Staff Writer

February 6, 2019

Walking past Nurse Ellen Claflin’s office on Friday, February 1st, you may have noticed her room was decorated with many red items, or you might have wondered why she was collecting donations for a cause. What was this all ...

The SHS Plague Returns

Caroline Stevenson, Colleen Secaur, and Ellen O’Donnell

January 15, 2019

It’s that time of the year again--and we aren’t talking about midyear exams. We are talking about cold and flu season, or as Scituate High School students have come to call it, the “SHS Plague.” Infecting students all over the...

The Power of People

The Power of People

June 8, 2017

The Secret Life of Cathy Epervary

Ellie Monger, Staff Writer

March 14, 2016

Traveling, spending time on yachts, participating in intense exercise, donating to charity, and hanging out with celebrities are all activities that sound like a life only a popstar could live. Is this person Angelina Jolie o...

Boston University Studies the Mental Wellness of the Community

Rachel Babb, Arts and Entertainment Manager

March 14, 2016

Scituate, Massachusetts, appears to be a small, quiet, coastal town in the heart of the South Shore. Its peaceful appearance masks an underlying issue among students ranging from middle school to high school: sky high stress le...

SHS Student Sleep Patterns Subject of Survey

Juliet Ball, Staff Writer

March 11, 2016

There are twenty four hours in a day, and six hours are taken up by school. Depending on what you do after school, seven hours are occupied by homework, a job, or after-school activities. As the hours add up, there is less and...

Take Time, Slow Down, Be Well

Casey Kelleher, Features Editor

January 8, 2016

Between homework, clubs, applying to college, sports, and trying to have a decent social life, students have a lot to deal with every day. Trying to juggle all of these activities creates a significant amount of stress for students....

Beating the Holiday Bulge

Katie Albanese, Mutli-Media Editor

December 28, 2013

   As if picking out presents and seeing too much of your crazy aunt isn’t stressful enough, students and adults alike have to also face the “holiday belly bulge.” It’s that time of year again, folks; the pumpkin pie,...