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Prom Boutique Offers Affordable Wardrobe to Holyoke High Students

Prom Boutique Offers Affordable Wardrobe to Holyoke High Students

Lauren Ryan, Staff Reporter '19

The Business club would like to open up a store with prom attire. Anything that has to do with prom can be donated like heels, dress shoes, ties, men's suits, gowns, pocketbooks, and anything that can be used at prom will be accepted to this store.

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Jan 12

2017 Colleen Court Announced

2017 Colleen Court Announced

Sadie Pecia and Tessa Moriarty

On Saturday January 7th, Holyoke introduced five proud Irish women as the 2017, 63rd annual Grand Colleen finalist. Fifteen women from both Holyoke and South Hadley competed and were escorted out on to the stage by Holyoke firefighters. Of the fifteen, five were selected; Lara McGeer, Rachael Dearman, Margaret Walsh, Caitlyn Hoschtetler, and Maya Birks.

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Jan 10

Holyoke Public Schools Collects Donations To Help Victims Of Recent Fire

Holyoke Public Schools Collects Donations To Help Victims Of Recent Fire

Julissa Roldan, Staff Reporter '18

On New Year's Day an apartment building caught fire on Northeast Street in Holyoke. The fire took three lives, 48-year-old Maria Cartagena, 55-year-old Jorge Munoz, and 34-year-old Trevor R. Wadleigh. This tragedy displaced 25 families.

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Jan 5

College Football Playoff Breakdown

College Football Playoff Breakdown

Marty Keane, Sports Editor

Around 1 o’clock on Sunday afternoon, December 6th, the College Football Playoff committee released their final rankings including the top four teams that made the Playoffs: 1. Clemson (13-0), 2. Alabama (12-1), 3. Michigan State (11-1), and 4. Oklahoma (11-1).

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Dec 21

Should We Say Goodbye to Goodell?

Should We Say Goodbye to Goodell?

Marty Keane, Sports Editor

Sports Editor Marty Keane examines why the NFL should consider letting go commissioner, Roger Goodell.

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Nov 9

Holyoke Soccer Team Presents Red Carnations to Hampshire Girls Soccer

Holyoke Soccer Team Presents Red Carnations to Hampshire Girls Soccer

Maeghan Desmarais, Public Relations

On Friday, September 30, the Holyoke Girls Soccer team gave red carnations, tied with a purple ribbon, to the Hampshire Regional Girls soccer team to acknowledge the tragic loss of a student from Hampshire Regional.

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Oct 7

Cotillion 2016

Cotillion 2016

Siobhan Brennan, Julissa Roldan, and Sara Morin

November 25, 2016. The Delaney House.

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Dec 6

2016 Thanksgiving Football Game

2016 Thanksgiving Football Game

Julia Swinehart, Staff Photographer '17

Thanksgiving Day 2016: Holyoke vs. Chicopee at home.

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Nov 30

Photo Gallery: Pep Rally 2016

Photo Gallery: Pep Rally 2016

Nick Elkins, Photography Editor

November 22, 2016

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Nov 23

Hampshire Flag Demonstration

Hampshire Flag Demonstration

Jack Courchesne, Staff Reporter '17

A group of people gathered to protest Hampshire College's decision to remove the American flag from campus.

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Dec 5

Violence in Television: Too Much or Not Enough?

Violence in Television: Too Much or Not Enough?

Josie Moriarty, News Editor

Television shows containing gruesome violence, like "The Walking Dead" or "American Horror Story," are discussed by News Editor Josie Moriarty.

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Nov 10

Telling Holyoke High's Story Since 1898
Telling Holyoke High's Story Since 1898