• How to Ace Your Midyears, According to Science

    How to Ace Your Midyears, According to Science

    Will Sutton, Photography Editor

    January 14, 2018

    Every January, the HHS student body faces the tornado of stress that is midyear exams. These cumulative exams compose 10% of students’ final grade, so naturally, it is beneficial to ace them. But what, exactly, is the best way to do that? Speaking about her preparation in previous years, Junior Vivian ...

    For most students, studying involves pouring over textbooks.

    Will Sutton

  • Are Snow Days Worth It?

    Are Snow Days Worth It?

    Sabrina Hatch, Contributing Writer

    January 8, 2018

    With the passing of winter vacation, the season is in full swing, and the subject of snow days has come into question. Are they worth it? Although snow days initially seem exciting and very fun to students at Hingham Hingham High, taking days off from school can make it very difficult for teachers,...

    Plows trying to clear up the roads for school starting up the next day in Hanover.

    Photo taken from the Boston Globe.

  • New Year, New Us

    New Year, New Us

    Mary Kelly Prosky Gilbert, Contributing Writer

    January 7, 2018

    2017 has drawn to a close and a new three hundred sixty-five days has begun its cycle. This may just be another year for some, but for many, it is a fresh start. A New Year's Resolution, whether it is to get off the couch and live a healthier lifestyle, lay off the junk food, spend less money, or...

    Despite bold resolutions, many face constant temptation. Photo via the Huffington Post.

    Chris Ryan

  • Is Winter Vacation Long Enough?

    Is Winter Vacation Long Enough?

    Lizzie Quinlivan, Contributing Writer

    January 7, 2018

    After a winter vacation that lasted a little over a week, students filed back into the Hingham High School hallways on Tuesday, resuming term 2 courses and beginning the preparation for upcoming midyear exams. On the first day of classes in the new year, most classes picked up with new lessons, while...

    Hingham received over twelve inches of snow on Thursday, forcing Hingham Public Schools to close on Thursday and Friday and making the four day school week only two days. For some students, these snow days made the Winter Vacation feel longer than others. Photo via CBS Boston

Liv Casey, Business Manager

January 17, 2018No Comments

On Thursday, January 11, the Hingham High swim team boarded the bus to Duxbury confident and determined. Like most of the sports teams at Hingham High, their biggest competition are the Duxbury Dragons...

How to Ace Your Midyears, According to Science

Will Sutton, Photography Editor

January 14, 2018No Comments

Every January, the HHS student body faces the tornado of stress that is midyear exams. These cumulative exams compose 10% of students’ final grade, so naturally, it is beneficial to ace them. But wha...

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Liv Casey, Business Manager

January 17, 2018No Comments

On Thursday, January 11, the Hingham High swim team boarded the bus to Duxbury confident and determined. Like most of the sports teams at Hingham High, their biggest competition are the Duxbury Dragons. The boys sw...

Winter Season Begins

Brigid Nugent, Contributing Writer

January 3, 2018No Comments

Sports have always been a big part of high schools, and Hingham High’s amazing track record for athletic excellence makes sports so much fun for students here. Freshman Tia Reaman says her favorite part of playing hockey at ...

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Meaghan Burke-Contributing Writer
Meaghan Burke

Contributing Writer

Freshman Meaghan Burke, is a new member of the the Harborlight this year. Meaghan also participates in books and banter, GSA, the drama club, and many other clubs. Meaghan looks forward to joining many...

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Leanne Moczynski
Leanne Moczynski

Contributing Writer

Sophomore Leanne Moczynski is interested in writing, art, and photography. She also likes swimming and sailing. In her free time she draws, listens to music, and hangs out with friends.

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Holocaust Survivor Janet Singer Applefield Visits Hingham High School

Edan Larkin, Editor-in-Chief

December 26, 2017

On December 18th, 2017, a limited number of students sat in the Hingham High School auditorium. Together, they gathered in order to experience history firsthand. All of these students are currently enrolled in a course...

Wildfires Sweep Through Southern California

Lizzie Quinlivan, Contributing Writer

December 17, 2017

This past week, a series of raging wildfires have spread all over Southern California--from the movie city of Los Angeles to the college town of Santa Barbara. California Firefighters have worked for hours upon hours try...

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