• Webb’s Swim Team Offers Amazing Experience for Swimmers

    Webb’s Swim Team Offers Amazing Experience for Swimmers

    Liv Casey, Contributing Writer

    May 22, 2017

    From the outside, Webb’s Pro Fitness of Norwell appears to be a fairly typical, if not a little bit smaller than average, gym. Most people will pass by in their cars on the road outside and never even think to stop in an check it out. To the members of this workout facility however, it is a well known fac...

    The girls that participated in an over night practice for WTST are still psyched despite how late it is.

    Liv Casey

  • Foray Into Fauré: Hingham High Chorus Tackles Major Works

    Foray Into Fauré: Hingham High Chorus Tackles Major Works

    Will Sutton, Contributing Writer

    May 22, 2017

    It’s a tradition dating back decades: the Hingham High Chorus Major Works Concert. Every year, the chorus assembles in a new venue, usually a church, to perform classical pieces of music that fall under one specific theme. This year, the chorus focused on French composers Camille Saint-Saëns, Bru...

    Joseph Young directs Mixed Chorus during their performance of the Fauré Requiem.

    Will Sutton

  • The U.S. and Russia:  What Has Changed?

    The U.S. and Russia: What Has Changed?

    Edan Larkin, Contributing Writer

    May 22, 2017

    As expected, elements of the tangled U.S.-Russia storyline continue to unfold. Although the last article regarding this topic was written under two months ago, there is plenty more controversy and conflict to discuss. All the while, Trump continues to call “fake news”, but that excuse is far ...

    Trump campaign advisor Carter Page speaking at a news conference in Moscow, Russia.

    Pavel Golovkin / Associated Press

  • The Girls Track Team Gets Redemption Over Plymouth North

    The Girls Track Team Gets Redemption Over Plymouth North

    Lizzie Quinlivan, Contributing Writer

    May 22, 2017

    On Tuesday, May 16th, Hingham’s girls track team redeemed themselves against the Plymouth North Track Team. Last year, Plymouth North defeated Hingham at the final Patriot League Meet. Starting off with the 400 meter hurdles, Hingham swept the event with sophomore Peyton Belsher in first, fres...

    Plymouth North team leads the Hingham two mile team at the second lap.

    Lizzie Quinlivan

  • A Joyous Junior Prom

    A Joyous Junior Prom

    Olivia Casey, Contributing Writer

    May 22, 2017

    On Friday, May 12th,  Hingham High put on the annual Junior Prom. These past couple weeks, with the warm weather, the flowers blooming, and the increasing number of special proposals, have made it obvious that it’s that time of year again… prom season. The juniors picked a Great Gatsby theme and...

    (From left to right) Lizzy Haggerty, Bryce Williams, Caroline Leduc, Jack Muldoon, Margaret Strehle, Emma O'Neil, and Mackenzie Brennan pose for prom pics.

    Liv Casey

  • Final Band and Orchestra Concert of the Year

    Final Band and Orchestra Concert of the Year

    Kaylee Hill, Contributing Writer

    May 22, 2017

    Tuesday, May 16th, marked the final music concert of the year for both orchestra and band. For many, this would be their last high school concert before graduation. Junior Michael Hill said, “This concert is always very special because it is the seniors’ last one and, as always, this means next year...

    Mr. Cincotta conducting the High School Wind Ensemble.

    Hingham Music Parents Association

  • Chamber Winds Concert of the Year

    Chamber Winds Concert of the Year

    Kaylee Hill, Contributing Writer

    May 15, 2017

    Last Wednesday at the Hingham Middle School, the final Chamber Winds Concert of the year took place. The concert started promptly at 7 with a grand entrance of Ms. Sassano’s strings players. The musicians took the stage and wowed the crowd with their excellently prepared pieces. People in the audience...

    Ms. Sassano's chamber winds stringing the audience along with their encore Pirates of the Caribbean.

    Kaylee Hill

  • A Tuesday Triangular Track Meet

    A Tuesday Triangular Track Meet

    Will Sutton, Contributing Writer

    May 15, 2017

    On Tuesday, May 9th, both of Hingham's track teams battled sporadic downpours to compete in a triangular track meet against Duxbury, who was in turn competing against Whitman-Hansen. Though the meet was chaotic and often slippery, Hingham triumphed over Duxbury. The boys scored 86 points to Duxbury's...

    Captain Mary Kate Brennan receives the baton from Emily Brazel in the 4x100m relay.

    Will Sutton

  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Does Not Disappoint

    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Does Not Disappoint

    Curran Dillis, Contributing Writer

    May 15, 2017

    Marvel Studio’s latest film, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, hit theaters last Friday, May 5th. The two hour and eighteen minute long buddy comedy in space (imagine Stepbrothers meets Star Trek) was a breath of fresh air compared to the studio’s other most recent release, Captain America: Civil War. ...

    IMDb

  • A Meeting with Lech Wałęsa, Former Polish President

    A Meeting with Lech Wałęsa, Former Polish President

    Claire Taylor, Contributing Writer

    May 10, 2017

    Former Polish President Lech Wałęsa shakes my hand on the second floor of the Solidarity Museum somberly. He is dressed in black, worn looking pants, a dark shirt and textured suspenders. The former President looks more like a farmer than the icon who brought down communism in Eastern Europe and dismantled...

    From left to right: Claire Taylor, Lech Wałęsa, Tomasz Taylor.

    Courtesy Wałęsa’s security guard

News

The U.S. and Russia:  What Has Changed?

The U.S. and Russia: What Has Changed?

Edan Larkin, Contributing Writer

As expected, elements of the tangled U.S.-Russia storyline continue to unfold. Although the last article regarding this topic was written under two months ago, there is plenty more controversy and conflict to discuss. A...

May 22, 2017

A Meeting with Lech Wałęsa, Former Polish President

A Meeting with Lech Wałęsa, Former Polish President

Claire Taylor, Contributing Writer

Former Polish President Lech Wałęsa shakes my hand on the second floor of the Solidarity Museum somberly. He is dressed in black, worn looking pants, a dark shirt and textured suspenders. The former President looks more...

May 10, 2017

Sarah Ezzat Mardini Shares Her Inspiring Story With Hingham Community

Sarah Ezzat Mardini Shares Her Inspiring Story With Hingham Community

Kaylee Hill, Contributing Writer

This past Wednesday night,  April 5th, at 7 P.M. in the auditorium of Hingham High School, faculty, students, and members of the community gathered to listen to Sarah Ezzat Mardini and her miraculous story following the ...

April 10, 2017

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Sports

Webb’s Swim Team Offers Amazing Experience for Swimmers

Webb’s Swim Team Offers Amazing Experience for Swimmers

Liv Casey, Contributing Writer

From the outside, Webb’s Pro Fitness of Norwell appears to be a fairly typical, if not a little bit smaller than average, gym. Most people will pass by in their cars on the road outside and never even think to stop in an ...

May 22, 2017No Comments

The Girls Track Team Gets Redemption Over Plymouth North

The Girls Track Team Gets Redemption Over Plymouth North

Lizzie Quinlivan, Contributing Writer

On Tuesday, May 16th, Hingham’s girls track team redeemed themselves against the Plymouth North Track Team. Last year, Plymouth North defeated Hingham at the final Patriot League Meet. Starting off with the 400 mete...

May 22, 2017No Comments

A Tuesday Triangular Track Meet

A Tuesday Triangular Track Meet

Will Sutton, Contributing Writer

On Tuesday, May 9th, both of Hingham's track teams battled sporadic downpours to compete in a triangular track meet against Duxbury, who was in turn competing against Whitman-Hansen. Though the meet was chaotic and often...

May 15, 2017No Comments

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Student Life

A Joyous Junior Prom

A Joyous Junior Prom

Olivia Casey, Contributing Writer

On Friday, May 12th,  Hingham High put on the annual Junior Prom. These past couple weeks, with the warm weather, the flowers blooming, and the increasing number of special proposals, have made it obvious...

May 22, 2017No Comments

Chamber Winds Concert of the Year

Chamber Winds Concert of the Year

Kaylee Hill, Contributing Writer

Last Wednesday at the Hingham Middle School, the final Chamber Winds Concert of the year took place. The concert started promptly at 7 with a grand entrance of Ms. Sassano’s strings players. The musicians...

May 15, 2017No Comments

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Staff Profile

Curran Dillis-Contributing Writer
Curran Dillis

Contributing Writer

Curran Dillis is a sophomore at Hingham High School. Curran is a member of the robotics team, Gay-Straight Alliance, Drama Club, and the Track team. Outside of school, Curran enjoys making props, taking...

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Kaylee Hill
Kaylee Hill

Contributing Writer

Junior Kaylee Hill, in addition to her love of writing, has a passion for running. She runs year round on the varsity cross country, winter, and spring track team. She also serves as Band Council member...

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