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Viewing of “Bully” Moves Documentary And Film Class

Viewing of “Bully” Moves Documentary And Film Class

Manon Nadeau, Staff Reporter '17

October 20, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Features, Op/Ed

A viewing of the documentary "Bully" had a profound impact on Mr. Langlois' Documentary and Film class.

An Open Letter To Those Who Would Disrupt The School Day

An Open Letter To Those Who Would Disrupt The School Day

Josie Moriarty, News Editor

September 28, 2016


Filed under Features, Op/Ed, Showcase

News Editor Josie Moriarty calls for an end to the nonsensical threats that have tried to disrupt the HHS school day.

Roberts Field: New Turf, Old Track

Roberts Field: New Turf, Old Track

Manon Nadeau, Staff Reporter '17

September 22, 2016


Filed under Features, Holyoke High Sports, Op/Ed, Showcase

Most athletes from Holyoke High are excited about the brand new and beautiful turf at Roberts Field, but some are disappointed with the old track merely being re-painted.

Snakes at Quabbin?

Snakes at Quabbin?

Matthew Antil, Features Editor '16

April 12, 2016


Filed under Op/Ed

Our features editor takes a stance on the proposed introduction of snakes to an island on the Quabbin Reservoir.

The Arts In School: More Than Just “Extra”

The Arts In School: More Than Just “Extra”

Josie Moriarty, Staff Reporter '17

March 8, 2016


Filed under Features, Op/Ed, Showcase

Do arts get the credit they deserve for the role they play in student social and academic growth?

Virtual Reality vs. Actual Reality

Virtual Reality vs. Actual Reality

Hanna Smith, Sports Editor

February 24, 2016


Filed under Features, Op/Ed, Showcase

Is our connectivity to social media and the internet harming us as a species and society?

To Protect and Serve

To Protect and Serve

Raegan Loughrey, Staff Reporter '16

February 23, 2016


Filed under Features, Op/Ed, Showcase

Amid controversy, Raegan Loughrey examines the issue of a police presence in school.

Growing Up On The Wrong Side Of The Tofu Curtain

Growing Up On The Wrong Side Of The Tofu Curtain

Maeghan Desmarais, Staff Reporter '17

February 3, 2016


Filed under Features, Op/Ed, Showcase

Maeghan Desmarais holds nothing back in this opinion piece chronicling her experiences growing up on the wrong side of "Tofu Curtain" and tries to dispel some myths.

Op/Ed: Can Trump Trump Others For Presidency?

Op/Ed: Can Trump Trump Others For Presidency?

Dominique Evans, Staff Reporter '16

November 17, 2015


Filed under Features, Op/Ed

On June 16th, 2015 Donald Trump announced his running for candidacy for the 2016 Presidential election. Many were surprised by Trump’s decision to run for president mostly because Trump was never a “government man.” “I will be the greatest jobs president that God ever created,” he claimed....

The Death of American Patriotism

The Death of American Patriotism

Jack Courchesne, Staff Reporter '17

October 19, 2015


Filed under Features, Op/Ed

The United States has changed much from her humble beginnings as thirteen colonies ruled by a British king. America is now the most powerful nation on the planet. We fought for and secured our freedom in two bloody wars: The Revolutionary War and The War of 1812; which took strength, determination,...

The End of an Era?

The End of an Era?

Alexander Glanville, Humble Staff Reporter '16

September 28, 2015


Filed under Features, Op/Ed

Beginning way back in 1997, there has been one man who has stood out over everyone in the game of golf. That man is none other than Tiger Woods. From the late 90’s to the late 2000’s Tiger had been nothing less than dominant. Winning over 70 PGA Tour events including 14 majors Woods’ resume was...

Fantasy Sports Produce Unreal Numbers

Fantasy Sports Produce Unreal Numbers

Matthew Antil, Features Editor

September 28, 2015


Filed under Features, Op/Ed

It's fall and that means Fantasy Sports are all the rage nowadays and that means fantasy. Fantasy sports now encompass nearly every sport from football, baseball, hockey, basketball, and even golf and beyond. Fantasy sports have become such a big time event for your average fan watching from their house...

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