• The Religion of the School Calendar

    The Religion of the School Calendar

    Stephanie Robinson, Contributing Writer

    December 14, 2017

    As winter begins to slowly creep into New England, and the year comes to a close, storefronts across the country erupt into holiday spectacles. One can find bright, colorful lights, Santas, and Christmas trees in every direction. For high schoolers, these weeks signify the coming of winter break,...

    Traditional Rosh Hashanah food and shofar (myjewishlearning)

  • Hingham High Spreads Gingerbread Joy

    Hingham High Spreads Gingerbread Joy

    Leanne Moczynski, Contributing Writer

    December 10, 2017

    This Wednesday from 1:00pm to 3:00pm, East School hosted a fun-filled afternoon of gingerbread house making and karaoke for elementary school students, assisted by high school Student Council volunteers. The sound of Christmas music and laughter filled the busy cafeteria with holiday cheer as young...

    Hingham High Student Council members mingle with elementary school students, walking around and sitting down to help them.

    Leanne Moczynski

  • Sledding Season Returns

    Sledding Season Returns

    Meaghan Burke, Contributing Writer

    December 10, 2017

    “We're riding in a wonderland of snow,” is one of the many lyrics mentioning the excitement of sledding during Christmas time. “Sleigh Ride,” the song that the lyric above is mentioned in, is only one of the numerous carols played during Christmas. Fall has turned into winter, and the weather...

    The author's little brother sleds down a snowy slope.

    Meaghan Burke

  • The 60th Grammy Award Nominations: Student Predictions and Surprises

    The 60th Grammy Award Nominations: Student Predictions and Surprises

    Lizzie Quinlivan, Contributing Writer

    December 10, 2017

    The long-awaited Grammy Awards nominations were announced on November 28, recognizing the best of the best in the music industry this year. The nominees span many different categories and represent multiple styles of music ranging from country to rock to hip hop. However, this year, all eyes are...

    The 60th Grammy Awards will take place on January 28, 2018. The list of nominees for the Grammys were announced on November 28, 2017. Photo via The Grammys.

  • Rethinking Anti-Vaccination

    Rethinking Anti-Vaccination

    Will Sutton, Photography Editor

    December 3, 2017

    While scrolling through Facebook recently, I came across a peculiar article in my news feed: “NOW IT’S OFFICIAL: FDA ANNOUNCED THAT VACCINES ARE CAUSING AUTISM!" This was an obvious case of fake news, but what concerned me was not the article itself, but the friend who shared it. I spend a we...

    A screencap of an article from the site Inshapetoday.com that incorrectly claims that vaccines cause autism. The article was posted in November 2017.

    Will Sutton

The Religion of the School Calendar

Stephanie Robinson, Contributing Writer

December 14, 2017No Comments

As winter begins to slowly creep into New England, and the year comes to a close, storefronts across the country erupt into holiday spectacles. One can find bright, colorful lights, Santas, and Christmas...

Hingham High Spreads Gingerbread Joy

Leanne Moczynski, Contributing Writer

December 10, 2017No Comments

This Wednesday from 1:00pm to 3:00pm, East School hosted a fun-filled afternoon of gingerbread house making and karaoke for elementary school students, assisted by high school Student Council volunteers. The...

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Can’t out race Martha’s Vineyard

Kaylee Hill, Managing-Editor

September 9, 2017No Comments

This past weekend, September 9th, the Hingham Girls’ Cross Country team traveled to Martha’s Vineyard for the annual Vineyard Cross Country Invitational. The day started off with an early wake-up call at six thirty...

HHS Crew Competes at the NEIRA Championships

Ruthie Kerber, Contributing Writer

May 30, 2017No Comments

On Saturday, May 27th, the Hingham High crew team competed at NEIRA (New England Interscholastic Rowing Association) Championships. The girls' 3rd varsity boat raced first and finished in 4th place, but missed qualifying...

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Kaylee Hill-Managing Editor
Kaylee Hill

Managing Editor

Senior Kaylee Hill has been on the Harborlight for two years. In addition to writing and editing articles for the paper, she enjoys running year round on the cross country and winter and spring track teams.  

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Stephanie Robinson-Contributing Writer
Stephanie Robinson

Contributing Writer

Junior Stephanie Robinson joins the Harborlight staff this year. In school, she participates in many clubs, including StuCo, Art Club, and PEERS. Outside of school, she enjoys sailing, running track, and...

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Celebrating Veterans Day

Meaghan Burke, Contributing Writer

November 12, 2017

Each year, November 11 is a day for everyone to give thanks to those who are or were in the military. These people have dedicated their lives protecting those of the American people. Veterans Day is for everyone to take tim...

Tragedy in Texas

Lizzie Quinlivan, Contributing Writer

November 12, 2017

On November 5, 2017, just a month after the shooting in Las Vegas, a gunman opened fire at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas. The shooter was identified as 26-year-old Devin Patrick Kelley. 26 people were ...

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