• Procrastination: Vice or Virtue?

    Procrastination: Vice or Virtue?

    Stephanie Robinson, Contributing Writer

    April 15, 2018

    Procrastination is a word with 14 letters, 5 syllables, and a mouthful of prefixes, suffixes, and Latin roots. But most importantly, procrastination is an embedded and intrinsic part of high school culture. Although, if I’m being honest, the practice really started in middle school. The habit began...

    For students, massive workloads can lead to procrastination.

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  • The Drama Club Takes On New York

    The Drama Club Takes On New York

    Meaghan Burke, Contributing Writer

    April 15, 2018

    Over the weekend of April 6th to April 8th, the Drama Club students went on their annual trip to New York City. This three-day trip was filled with fun and exciting activities that transpired from early in the morning to late at night. The trip always includes seeing three shows, either on broadway or...

    Some memorabilia, including playbills and tickets, from the three shows that the Drama Club saw on the New York trip.

    Meaghan Burke

  • Plagiarism: Accidental and Intentional?

    Plagiarism: Accidental and Intentional?

    Leanne Moczynski, Contributing Writer

    April 15, 2018

    What is plagiarism? Despite being such a pertinent issue in schools all around the world, few know how to accurately define it. The crime of plagiarism, according to United Statss Law, is an act of fraud in which a person steals and then attempts to pass of another’s work as his or her own. The...

    A depiction of idea theft, the true nature of plagiarism.

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  • Omigod You Guys: “Legally Blonde” Hits The Middle School Stage

    Omigod You Guys: “Legally Blonde” Hits The Middle School Stage

    Lizzie Quinlivan, Contributing Writer

    April 8, 2018

    On April 5, 2018, the comedic musical “Legally Blonde” opened at Hingham Middle School, featuring the talents of more than 200 middle school students. Since the show is better known as a 2004 movie starring Reese Witherspoon, the musical version of “Legally Blonde” was unfamiliar to many students...

    The programs for Legally Blonde Jr., featuring the artwork of a seventh grade student, were distributed to audience members at both performances.

    Lizzie Quinlivan

  • Love, Simon: A Journey to Equality

    Love, Simon: A Journey to Equality

    Mary Kelly Prosky Gilbert, Contributing Writer

    April 4, 2018

    Mainstream media has been hit with a story that may change society's outlook on love forever. Love, Simon, based on the novel Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli, reinvents the traditional rom-com and gives something many teens can look to as an example of the progression towards equa...

    Love, Simon, starring Nick Robinson as the lead role of Simon, tells a modern love story.

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