• Celebrating The Day of Love

    Celebrating The Day of Love

    Meaghan Burke, Contributing Writer

    February 19, 2018

    This past Wednesday was Valentine's Day, a day for a celebration of the love we all hold dear to our hearts. However, some people might not know the history of this famous day. Another name for Valentines Day is St. Valentine's Day. An interesting fact is that Valentine's Day was actually originally...

    A picture of a heart with the message, Happy Valentines Day!

    Meaghan Burke

  • Surviving the Flu Season

    Surviving the Flu Season

    Mary Kelly Prosky Gilbert, Contributing Writer

    February 19, 2018

    Flu Season has made its mark on Hingham High School this winter, evident from the fact that many students have been suffering from its symptoms. This outbreak has become more serious and widespread than the 2009 outbreak of the “Swine Flu.” The recent flu epidemic is worsening by the week, not...

    The influenza virus is highly contagious and causes a variety of symptoms. Graphic by Diana Rodriguez.

  • Massachusetts Athletes Go For Gold

    Massachusetts Athletes Go For Gold

    Lizzie Quinlivan, Contributing Writer

    February 19, 2018

    On February 9, 2018, 242 athletes representing the United States paraded onto the stage of the Olympic stadium during the opening ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics. Of these 242 athletes, 13 of them call Massachusetts home. In Hingham, however, all eyes are on Hingham’s own Alice Merryweather,...

    Alpine skier and Hingham resident Alice Merryweather will compete in the downhill skiing event in the 2018 Winter Olympics on February 20.(Photo via Team USA)

  • Rumors in the Halls of Hingham High

    Rumors in the Halls of Hingham High

    Kaylee Hill, Managing-Editor

    February 12, 2018

    The rumor roaming the halls of Hingham High School have it that students will now be asked to wear designated “hall pass” lanyards whenever they wish to leave the class. Each classroom has been given three white plastic hooks on the wall to hold three lanyards with a laminated notecard on it, stating...

  • Logan Paul Returns to Youtube After Controversial Video

    Logan Paul Returns to Youtube After Controversial Video

    Lizzie Quinlivan, Contributing Writer

    February 11, 2018

    Following a strong backlash from the Youtube community over his distasteful suicide awareness video, Logan Paul has returned to working on his Youtube channel. Paul, 22, rose to fame in October 2013, having gained 1.5 million subscribers to his channel over the course of four months. At times, P...

    Following the backlash against his controversial suicide awareness video, a teary-eyed Logan Paul took to twitter on January 3, apologizing for his actions and announcing his temporary hiatus from his Youtube channel. Photo via US Weekly

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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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Brigid Nugent-Contributing Writer
Brigid Nugent

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Freshman Brigid Nugent joins the Harborlight this year as a contributing writer. In addition to writing for the school newspaper, she runs cross country, is in the GSA, and looks forward to joining lots ...

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