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Stuck In the Middle: Seniors Face the Final Stretch

Benjamin Nigrosh, Editor-In-Chief

March 28, 2018

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...

HHS Students Go Abroad

December 15, 2017

Each year, a group of students and teachers adventure abroad over the winter and spring breaks, in recent years going to places such as Europe, Belize, Peru, and much more.  They participate in service projects, global conferences...

The Ins and Outs of Half Days

Matt Carnes

November 20, 2017

At Hopkinton High School, there are seven scheduled early release or dismissal days in the 2017/2018 schedule. This is the same amount as the 2016/2017 school year, but one more than the previous two school years. Of those...

Stress: Can it be Managed?

Olivia Coelho

November 20, 2017

As the school year becomes more routine, students start gaining more control over their schedules and organization. But as the year goes on, the difficulty and amount of work increases as well, and it is this transition that leads...

Student Time After School

Archie Lock

November 17, 2017

With students reporting that their workload outside of school is increasing and teachers struggling to captivate students who are too tired in class to participate in some cases, every student’s use of time after school is becoming...

Failing Test Grades in AP Physics Boosted Through “Curving”

Justin Bouffard

November 7, 2017

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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