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What Seniors Will Miss

By Aidan Taberner, Lizzy Creamer, & Lia Stapinski As the final days of the school year approach, many seniors are thinking about the aspects of DHS they will miss, and what they are looking forward to post graduation With college on the horizon, many seniors excited and eager […]

Mindfulness at DHS

By Lizzy Creamer Of the many health trends floating around, mindfulness is the one that seems to be sticking. Google defines Mindfulness as “a mental state achieved by focusing one’s awareness on the present moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting one’s feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations, used as […]

Vegan Takeover

By Lizzy Creamer These days it’s almost impossible to scroll through Instagram and Facebook without seeing a snap of someone’s green drink or kale salad. Diet trends come and go, for example; gluten free, raw, juice cleanses, and most recently, vegetarianism and veganism. Whether it be for dietary […]

DHS Goes Green

Duxbury High School recently received a new environmentally-friendly addition; solar panels. The panels’ installation began in November of 2016 and only recently finished up in the first week of January 2017. “We needed approvals from the School Committee and Town Meeting. The entire process from Request for Proposals […]

Duxbury Birds Cause a Stir

  By Lizzy Creamer Duxbury Beach has hired endangered species monitors to monitor and observe nests of Piping Plovers as well as keep them safe from cars, pedestrians, and dogs. In the past years Duxbury Beach has restricted it’s off road vehicle (ORV) limit in order to protect […]

Back to School for Senior Citizens

By: Lizzy Creamer On Friday, November 18th Duxbury High School will be hosting eleven Duxbury senior citizens in what is being called “Senior Back to School Day.” Student Council President and coordinator of this event Emily M. explained, “Initially my purpose for launching the activity was to allow […]

Fall Festival of Plays Review

By Lizzy Creamer Duxbury Drama’s Fall Festival of Plays took its audience by storm with its heartwarming, comical, and tragic skits. Aside from a few technical hiccups, the plays were well executed and taught important moral lessons. The Junior Class play, “The Dancers” directed by senior Jenna S. […]

Tove Lo’s New Album Lady Wood

By: Lizzy Creamer Tove Lo is proving herself to be more than a one-hit-wonder as she prepares to release her sophomore album Lady Wood. Her previous album, Queen of the Clouds, contained top hits such as Habits, Talking Body, and Not On Drugs. Lady Wood has already released […]

What’s the Real Cost of Makeup?

By: Lizzy Creamer For decades big brands like M.A.C., Pantene, Almay and many more have been continuing the cruel practice of animal testing. Although animal testing was at first necessary for safety, modern day technologies such as stem cell cultures and micro dosing have surpassed animal testing in […]