by Mark Brown “It was great fun.” Not normally what people say when recalling a near death experience, but that’s how 1967 Pulitzer Prize winner John Hughes described just such a day. Hughes crouched behind cars in a narrow alley in the light and smoke of the burning […]
by Molly N, Ben A, Kacey D, Dan F, Fletcher D, Brooke S, and Mark Brown The ‘Laugh it off culture’ has got to come to an end. It is not funny. In high school, when someone uses words such as retard, the n-word, or homophobic slurs, they […]
Where’s Episode VIII you ask? Did the dragon eat it? Did Oliver lose it? Stay tuned…
A second helping of Oliver’s Quest to ring in the new semester!
As the school year comes to an end, where will you spend your free time? We certainly could not think of a better place besides Duxbury beach, and neither could you. Click below to hear what your peers had to say: Students in order: Freshman Luke Maggio, freshman Kendall […]
To commemorate the one-year anniversary of the marathon bombing, the staff members of The Dragon Flyer have posted their memories of that day and their thoughts today. We invite the entire Duxbury High School community to add their comments by responding to any or all of the following […]
Available here for the first time, check out this online version of our print layout. DHS Dragon Flyer 2_11 2014
One day can change a life. Michaela Abbott, former Dragon Flyer journalist and graduate of the Class of 2013, learned this on Wednesday, June 5 when she decided to investigate the current controversy regarding plovers and the closing of Duxbury Beach.