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Peak Brain App: A Workout for the Mind

Peak Brain App: A Workout for the Mind

By: Sarah Corcoran and Corina Gencarelli Ever need a break from your work and don’t know what to do? Download the Peak app to have fun and improve your brain activity! The app gives the user a variety of games each day as a mini workout for your brain. These…

The Paris Agreement and Trump’s bad decision

The Paris Agreement and Trump’s bad decision

By Josh Aronson As many people know, President Trump decided to pull out of the Paris Agreement. Much to the dismay of many Americans this was not only a move made out of spite, but has also already proven to be a serious detriment to our country. Marking the turning…

Will Finals be the End of us?

Will Finals be the End of us?

By Grace Zawadzki Students begin to dread finals the very second a Powerschool notification with a negative grade streams across their lockscreen. Finals are the anxiety-triggering two hour exams that separate high school students from ending the year with a solid grade and spending summer vacation reflecting on how the…

Snapchat: A fun way to talk or just a waste of time?

Snapchat: A fun way to talk or just a waste of time?

by:  Gemma Smith Over the past few years, social media has greatly changed our ways of conversing online. Snapchat is a social media app where users can send pictures and then the  messages disappear after a certain number of seconds. The app is popular among many teens as it is…

A Few Reasons Why Not: 13 Reasons Why

A Few Reasons Why Not:  13 Reasons Why

By:  Tabitha Volin By now, you have probably heard about the show, 13 Reasons Why, that’s taking over Netflix. The show is based on the book by Jay Asher and is about a series of tapes left behind by high school student Hannah Baker. In the 13 tapes, she explains…

Trump is on the road to impeachment

Trump is on the road to impeachment

 By Josh Aronson   With hardly 100 days under his belt, President Donald Trump has not received much praise from– well — anyone. With historically low approval ratings, a failed travel ban, and a Russian scandal that just won’t go away, the 45th President is struggling to show his top…

Problems on the horizon with later starting times

Problems on the horizon with later starting times

By: Iona Cotton After years of debate, the Westborough School Committee has inconveniently decided to delay the high school’s start time. This delay, beginning in the 2018-2019 school year, pushes back the start of school from 7:30 to 8:10 a.m. This change means that students must stay in school longer-…

Joe Liebert: Good Luck Class of 2017

Joe Liebert:  Good Luck Class of 2017

By: Joe Liebert High school is ending and obviously, I’m feeling conflicted. These last few weeks have been an odd mix of excitement and nostalgia, and even though I always expected the last days of high school to be a sentimental experience, it has felt less emotional than I thought…

Laura Skinner: Thank you

Laura Skinner: Thank you

By: Laura Skinner I still remember my first day of high school back in 2013 so vividly. I was so nervous and I did not know what to expect at all. I remember looking at the seniors running and screaming through the halls in their tie dye and being extremely…

Kaitlyn Corcoran:

Kaitlyn Corcoran:

By:  Kaitlyn Corcoran Everyone always said “enjoy high school it goes by fast”; 14 year old me would just respond by dismissing the idea because there was no way 4 years could go by that quickly right? I never really believed it until now, as I sit here and write…

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