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Acceptance

Acceptance

November 16, 2018

Question 1: Yes or No?

Gabrielle Delgado

November 5, 2018

For awhile eighteen was just a number for me, a mark of adulthood that stood conspicuously on my driver’s license. But when my family sang “Happy Birthday” to me on that day that I legally became an ‘adult’, I realiz...

The Fall of the Standardized Test

October 25, 2018

By: Alex Badger '20 There is nothing like a standardized test to stress a student out. Classes, prep books, practice tests have a tendency to drown students in the pressure of filling in bubbles. Each year over 1.5 million stud...

Columbus Day: Yay or Nay?

October 12, 2018

By Jack McGinn '19 and Emma West '19 Columbus Day, which takes place on the second Monday of every October, has long been a controversial holiday. American elementary school students are raised learning the importance of Christoph...

Breaking News: Crucial or Clickbait?

October 10, 2018

By:  Gabrielle Delgado As a fellow attentive reader and concerned consumer, I believe that we rely on the news to keep us correctly informed in the ever changing events that take place everyday, and rightly so. But what we ...

Is Kylie Jenner a Self-Made Billionaire?

October 4, 2018

Anoushka Batra        Kylie Jenner. When you hear that name there are many things that can come to mind. You may think about the very popular reality t.v. show, Keeping up with the Kardashians which follows the Kardashia...

The Kavanaugh Effect on the Supreme Court

October 4, 2018

By:  Emma West America is facing one of the most tumultuous Supreme Court nominations our country has ever seen. An FBI investigation is currently underway to probe into Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s past. Most Democrats are hopin...

Barbecue Might End in Texas, and it’s Ted Cruz’s Fault

October 2, 2018

By: Alex Badger '20        “If Texas elects a Democrat, they’re going to ban barbecue across the state.”        That was former Republican primary runner-up Ted Cruz, at a recent speech in Columbus, Texas. O...

Red Sox punching their Golden Ticket

October 2, 2018

By: Adam Dapolite '20 “Big contracts never work out for the Red Sox.” “Don’t you remember ‘78?” “They don’t stack up as well statistically in a couple of spots.” The Red Sox are silencing the doubters...

New Look Patriots Strive for Success

October 1, 2018

By: Eric Gould '19 and Domenic Casparriello '19 Thank goodness, it is finally football season, and the Patriots are looking forward to another successful season in Foxborough. Over the summer, New England made some big i...

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