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A Day at HHS Through the Eyes of its Students

Hayden August and Sarah Lotvin

May 23, 2018

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Students Prepare for Senior Projects

Brendan Coccio, Staff Writer

May 23, 2018

As the Class of 2018 approaches their final few months at HHS, many seniors asked themselves the same question… Should I do a senior project? In all honesty the answer depends on the student, since everyone has different interests,...

Doing High School the Unconventional Way

Matt Laflash, Staff Writer

May 16, 2018

Changing schools, especially as an upperclassman, is a stressful and frightening idea for most high school students. Casey DiNicola is not most students. Feeling stagnant in Hopkinton, DiNicola was hungry for new experiences. That w...

HHS Senior Produces and Directs “Fantasticks”

Benjamin Nigrosh, Editor-In-Chief

April 26, 2018

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...

Guns in School: Do They Defend

Tom Leone, Staff Reporter

April 25, 2018

Following President Trump’s recent remarks regarding a desire to arm teachers in order to improve school safety. Many students, teachers, and citizens nationwide have offered opinions. Students and teachers have both fallen vict...

The Complexity of Prom

The Complexity of Prom

April 18, 2018

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