• Thespian Night: Honoring Seniors, Welcoming New Leaders

    Thespian Night: Honoring Seniors, Welcoming New Leaders

    Will Sutton, Photography Editor

    May 20, 2018

    At Hingham High, the end of each sports season is marked by a festive, gluttonous, often plodding celebration of the team’s achievements. It is the esteemed sports banquet, a hallowed tradition honored by every sports team with steady devotion. But the Drama Club takes a slightly different approach to the en...

    Future drama club presidents Andersson Perry (left) and Casey Hussey (right) pose in front of the stage after being passed the "torch".

    Will Sutton

  • A Successful GCP Symposium

    A Successful GCP Symposium

    Liv Casey, Business Manager

    May 20, 2018

    The Global Citizenship Program’s mission states, “Through interdisciplinary academic study, community service and international travel, participants increase their global awareness, heighten their appreciation of diversity, and enlarge their capacity to work and contribute in an increasingly interconnected...

    Performers from the Triveni School of Dance, a non-profit organization in Brookline, demonstrated a classical Indian dance for the symposium.

  • Man wrongfully imprisoned for 15 years tells his story

    Man wrongfully imprisoned for 15 years tells his story

    Edan Larkin, Editor-in-Chief

    May 20, 2018

    On May 15, 2018, Hingham High students gathered in Room 103 to listen to Bobby Joe Leaster tell his gripping story. In 1970, Leaster, a 19-year-old black man, was wrongfully arrested for the murder of Levi Whiteside, a white man. In 1971, Leaster was subsequently convicted for the crime he did not commit...

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  • Are Holidays Over Commercialized?

    Are Holidays Over Commercialized?

    Brigid Nugent, Contributing Writer

    May 20, 2018

    Holidays are like landmarks in the annual calendar. We might not remember every old Saturday, but we’ll always recall Thanksgiving, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, and the Fourth of July with ease. But have we let the gift-giving traditions of these holidays erase their true meanings? Many rom-com...

    Brigid Nugent stressing about the upcoming holidays

    Meaghan Burke

  • Students Discuss Gun Control and Partisanship with Local Lawmakers

    Students Discuss Gun Control and Partisanship with Local Lawmakers

    Claire Taylor, Contributing Writer

    May 20, 2018

    On Tuesday night, State Representative Joan Meschino and State Senator Patrick O’Connor gathered with Hingham High School students in a semicircle of chairs at the Paul Pratt Library to discuss gun control and school safety. Organized by junior Will Sutton, the event was designed to increase the overall...

    State Representative Joan Meschino (left) and State Senator Patrick O'Connor (right) with Hingham High School students (from left to right) Claire Taylor, Jack Meyers, Nick Thompson, Will Sutton, Will Brady, and Molly Schwall. (Photo by Ryan Heffernan)

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Leanne Moczynski
Leanne Moczynski

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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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