By: Alex Bean Thanksgiving is one of the most cultural holidays celebrated in America, with a big feast of turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, and many more assorted filling foods. Celebrating Thanksgiving is also a great way to wrap up the season of fall, as almost all of the […]
50 years ago, on November 9, Jann Wenner and Ralph Gleason founded Rolling Stone in San Francisco. Named after The Rolling Stones, “Rollin’ Stone” by Muddy Waters, and “Like a Rolling Stone” by Bob Dylan, Rolling Stone became the newspaper of the counterculture of the 60s. As Wenner […]
By: Quinn F. The annual Senior Class Plays are approaching and its got the seniors fully intrigued. This year, the plays will be held on November 17th and 18th at 7:30pm in the Performing Arts Center. To know what the audience should expect, I’ve asked cast members to […]
By Kaitlyn B. and Daniel F. In today’s society, so many people are faced with issues regarding sexual harassment and assault. These issues most commonly affect women but do affect men as well. Famous movie producer Harvey Weinstein has had numerous women come out accusing him of sexual […]
Enjoy Teddy’s adventures in a new comic series from contributing artist Joey F. Thanks for all your work Joey!
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By Kaitlyn B. Recently, there has been something called the ‘#MeToo’ movement circulating social media. This movement was first made known in Hollywood, by actress Alyssa Milano. She sent a tweet out urging her followers to reply with the hashtag ‘Me Too’ if they have ever experienced sexual […]
Steven Mott, a speaker, visited Duxbury High School during past two weeks to give a lecture on discrimination, the bystander effect, and much more tying into the recent Swastika situations in the Duxbury High School. Mott, from Lowell Massachusetts, held multiple assembles for 9th and 10th grade DHS […]
By: Molly N. “I am a school social worker. I was a marketing and advertising manager. I always wanted to be a therapist and social work is a second career for me because I wanted to start to give back. This career shift changed my whole life. I […]
Uncommon Grounds is a Coffee shop that also sells baked goods on St. George Street, located behind Farfars. Mark Currier has been the owner of the shop since 1995, and since then has enjoyed getting to know Duxbury. The story behind this place all started when Mark was […]
By: Molly N.
Cheerleading The cheerleading team has been making history this fall season. After receiving their highest score of 91.3 last week, they also won their first South Sectional Championship on Sunday, November 12th. They will be traveling to Worcester State University this Sunday for MSAA State Finals! https://twitter.com/DuxAthletics/status/929788790612381696 Cross […]
By Alex Bean A poll, asking the favorite and second favorite fall activity of Duxbury High School students, was sent out on Monday of last week. Here are the results: It’s clear that there’s not just one single thing that students enjoy doing during the fall. Baking and […]
Can you imagine being an actor? You live a life full of glitz and glamor, or so everyone else thinks. You have fans that scream your name as you walk down the street, you attend fancy parties and award shows, and sometimes, you might just win something at […]
Cheerleading Duxbury took home second place at the Patriot League Fall Championship yesterday, scoring 91.3! This is their highest score of the season, and their highest score ever received in Duxbury history. They will move on to the South Sectionals next Sunday at Franklin High School. Cross […]
How I feel each time my dog wakes me…
By: Carlin H. This past weekend, the Duxbury High School Crew team participated in the fifty-third annual Head of the Charles Regatta*. “It is the largest two day rowing regatta with more entries than any other regatta,” said Betsy Davenport, the girls varsity head coach, “Crews from all […]
By Alex Bean and Daniel Fordham On October 1st, 64-year-old Stephen Paddock opened fire upon attendees of a country music festival on the Vegas strip from the Mandalay Bay hotel. 59 people were killed and over 500 were injured in the attack. Junior Emma B. said, “It was […]
The Fall Festival of Plays is back at the Black Box Theatre! The first night of the plays has concluded and the Drama Department is looking to finish out strong. The festival started last night with the freshmen, sophomore, and junior classes performing their own one act play. […]
One month ago over 100 students gathered together in school after hours to show their support for the school club best buddies. “ It’s amazing how these kids flourish today because of programs like this and because of the inclusion in school.” Said Susan Sullivan, advisor of the […]