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Living Without the Mask

Living Without the Mask

January 12, 2018

“Blizzard Bags” would lengthen summer vacation

Autumn Haggerty, Staff Writer

January 9, 2018

Filed under Opinion

This year the school came up with the idea of “blizzard bags.” Blizzard bags are activities that teachers will assign to their classes if school is cancelled for that day due to snow so students won’t miss the work and preve...

Drunk Driving PSA award money goes to technology

Allison Brissette, Staff Writer

December 18, 2017

Filed under Opinion

In the winter of late 2015-16, the LHS sports broadcasting class entered a Public Service Announcement video competition and won $10,000 for the school, specifically designated for “technology purposes.” Their objective wa...

A PSA to PDA

Anna Belculfine, Editor in Chief

December 15, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Unfortunately we’ve all been victimized by it. You’re strolling down the hall, trying to get to class on time, when you turn the corner and there they are: two students, usually a boy and girl, wrapped in each other’s arms,...

Turn in your permission slips early (or at least on time)

Briana Deferreira, Staff Writer

October 20, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Many Students have been trying to turn in permission forms late this year for field trips and other activities,  not realizing that they many teachers cannot accept late slips. Consequently, some students have missed out on act...

Students are getting too much homework

Autumn Haggerty, Staff Writer

October 18, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Only six weeks into the school year and students are already swamped with homework from each class. A lot of students this year complain about how much homework they get and how it's affecting their after-school activities...

Dress Code Violates Constitution

Briana Deferreira, Staff Writer

October 5, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Many public schools enforce a strict dress code, but is this always legal? At what point does enforcing a dress code violate the constitutional rights of a student? According to Massachusetts law, public schools are actually not ...

Buzzfeed is Ruining Journalism

Bryanna Ferreira, Staff Writer

March 10, 2017

Filed under Opinion

New York City’s “social news and entertainment company,” Buzzfeed, took over as the leading independent digital media company worldwide. The Buzzfeed website, along with mobile apps and social media platforms, contains infor...

Memes: Meaner Than You Think

Lara Cadete, Staff Writer

March 10, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

    A meme is a funny image or video, that's usually attached to a piece of text, which rapidly spreads through social media and other outlets. Memes are all over the internet. Whether you find them on Instag...

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