News

Trump’s Administration Faces Polarized Political Parties and Fake News

Trump’s Administration Faces Polarized Political Parties and Fake News

Kaylee Hill, Contributing Writer

The start of 2017 has seen quite the action. The election of Donald Trump as America’s 45th president has been met with high tensions from both political parties. Much of this tension has sparked rallies, marches, and c...  Read More »

Feb 26

The U.S. and Russia: What’s Going On?

The U.S. and Russia: What’s Going On?

Edan Larkin, Contributing Writer

As many know, Donald Trump’s association with Russia has been a controversial subject for months now. This problematic relationship was brought to light in December, when the Obama administration imposed sanctions on Russia...  Read More »

Feb 21

Trump’s Travel Ban Faces Criticism

Trump’s Travel Ban Faces Criticism

Kaylee Hill, Contributing Writer

On Friday, January 27th, President Trump signed an executive order that prohibited travel to the United States from seven specific countries in the Middle East and Africa and suspended admission for any and all refugees for 12...  Read More »

Feb 5

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Sports

The Patriots Win Their Fifth Super Bowl

The Patriots Win Their Fifth Super Bowl

Lizzie Quinlivan, Contributing Writer

Freshman Grace McIsaac reflected, “I was sitting with my family watching the game. There was a sad look on everyone’s face. We thought it was over”. When all hope seemed lost for Patriot fans, one of the most amazing...  Read More »

Feb 12 • No Comments

Red Versus Blue: HHS Gymnastics Defeats Scituate

Red Versus Blue: HHS Gymnastics Defeats Scituate

Rose Flynn, Managing Editor

This week I had the pleasure of attending an HHS Gymnastics meet on Wednesday, January 24. It is safe to say I was blown away by the talent and hard work demonstrated by all the girls on the team. As soon as I slipped off...  Read More »

Jan 29 • No Comments

Last Lap for the Winter Track Team

Last Lap for the Winter Track Team

Will Sutton, Contributing Writer

On Wednesday, January 25th, both the male and female track teams piled onto buses bound for the Reggie Lewis Athletic Center in Roxbury. It was the final regular meet of the indoor track season, and spirits were high. S...  Read More »

Jan 29 • No Comments

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Student Life

Robotics Team Concludes Build Season

Robotics Team Concludes Build Season

Curran Dillis, Contributing Writer

This Tuesday, February 22, marked the end of the HHS Hammerheads Robotics Team’s Build Season. For the past six weeks, students and adult mentors met tirelessly every day after school to construct a...  Read More »

Feb 26 • No Comments

February Break in Hingham:  Where is Everyone?

February Break in Hingham: Where is Everyone?

Brendan Chase, Contributing Writer

Finally, the stretch from the holidays to February Break is over. Because of  numerous snow days and the Patriots’ Parade, this year seemed slightly easier than previous years. However, this break was ...  Read More »

Feb 26 • No Comments

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Staff Profile

Claire Fennelly
Claire Fennelly

Contributing Writer

Freshman Claire Fennelly joins the Harborlight this year as a photographer and writer. She is a member of the freshmen Girls' Volleyball Team. In her free time, she enjoys playing the flute and listening...  Read More »

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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...  Read More »

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