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HHS Senior Produces and Directs “Fantasticks”

Benjamin Nigrosh, Editor-In-Chief

April 26, 2018

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, Student Life

Soon, HHS’ auditorium will be prepped and ready for the debut of the student directed production of “Fantasticks,” the Shakespearean-esk musical of two feuding families with children looking to bridge the divide in the name...

Stuck In the Middle: Seniors Face the Final Stretch

Benjamin Nigrosh, Editor-In-Chief

March 28, 2018

Filed under Features, Humans of HHS, Student Life

This is the second of three installments. The first article, written two months ago, revolved around the stresses of college applications. The third installment, in two months, will be just before graduation. In March of their...

Hopkinton Boys XC Has a Bright Future

Brendan Coccio

December 6, 2017

Filed under Features, Humans of HHS, Sports

Hopkinton Boy’s XC has enjoyed a great season so far, but their future shows even more promise. Over the past two seasons, the program has experienced an upward trend and many key team members plan to return next year, as th...

Failing Test Grades in AP Physics Boosted Through “Curving”

Justin Bouffard

November 7, 2017

Filed under Features, Student Life

Students new to the high school may be surprised to learn that in some classes, a 50% on a test can be a passing grade.  This is because of grade curves, a grading method used by more difficult courses to boost grades. “My...

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