By: Alex B., Daniel F., and Carlin H. Last month, Mr. Mael’s U.S. History II classes created exhibits about World War I to World War II. They were displayed at the Duxbury Historical Society, which is located in the Duxbury Student Union. Below is a slideshow that shows […]
When coming to and from school, or just driving around Duxbury, you may have noticed the construction going on in the Millbrook area (near Benchwarmers). The construction of the new buildings, located on the corner of Railroad Ave and Saint George Street, been going on for quite some […]
The Duxbury robotics team will be competing in the Rhode Island District qualifying event for the World Robotics Championship in Detroit. The event will be at Bryant University on March 24-25. The competition consists of building a robot capable of lifting cubes and putting them on a scale, […]
When we venture out of town, if we go onto college, or move away, we will face the ‘real world.’ Duxbury has been a haven for most of us, so here are some tips for keeping yourself safe out there.
Duxbury Boys Basketball: The Duxbury Basketball boys finished their season with a record of 3-19. Duxbury Girls Basketball: The Duxbury Basketball girls finished their season with a regular season record of 14-7. They lost to Nauset in the second round of the MIAA Division 2 South Playoffs. […]
By: Carlin H. Duxbury High School’s National Honor Society will be making changes to their admission process beginning this year. The confirmed change for this year is an interview added onto the application process. “The idea of the interview process is to allow us to look more deeply […]
By Alex B. February break is on the horizon for Duxbury High School, even though it feels like everyone just got back from Christmas break! February break is one of four official breaks Duxbury students receive throughout the school year, but it’s usually the coldest and least eventful. […]
In most places on the planet, the Internet has a large impact on our lives. If you watched the recent superb own halftime show, you may have seen the Massachusetts kid who took a selfie with Justin Timberlake in the middle of his performance. This has sparked conversation […]
By Kaitlyn B. This year’s Women’s March happened on Saturday, January 20. Following last years’ march, groups of people, women especially, gathered in towns and cities all around the world. These marchers focused on policies regarding human rights, including women’s, immigration, LGBTQ+, and reproductive rights. Racial equality and […]
On February 4th at 6:30 pm the Patriots will be playing for their 6th Lombardi Trophy. They will be playing the Philadelphia Eagles who will be led by their backup quarterback Nick Foles. However, Foles is no joke having thrown for 352 yards and 3 touchdowns in […]
Duxbury High Schools Drama club will be putting on Cinderella the musical this weekend. They have been preparing for the big debut since the end of October.
On Tuesday, January 16th, DHS students will begin taking their Mid-term exams. From now until next Friday, many will be studying hard to prepare for the exams. Many teachers give out study guides to let students know what kind of material will be on the test. These […]
By Alex B. A blizzard, frozen flooding, and (almost) record low temperatures–what a way to start off the new year! This vicious cold snap has not only victimized New England, but the entire East Coast and beyond. Many decade- and century-old records have been tied and broken this […]
The New England Patriots will host the Tennessee Titans On Saturday January 13th at 8:15pm in the Divisional Round of The AFC playoffs. The 9-7 Titans will be looking to upset the 13-3 Patriots to keep their playoff hopes alive after coming off their first playoff win since […]
By Daniel F. The final list of 25 Christmas movies has come at last. Here are movies that are not only Christmas classics, but classics as well. Here are the top five movies you need to watch this Christmas. “Miracle on 34th Street” Kris Kringle (Edmund Gwenn) finds […]
By: Alex B. As of November 20th, the Duxbury Recycling and Transfer Station made major changes to their recycling system. These changes include a separation of the recycling bin into four separate bins: mixed paper, corrugated cardboard, glass, and plastic and cans. Before this new system was implemented, […]
The holiday season is associated with being a time for families to be together. In honor of that, here are the top 5 family Christmas movies. “The Polar Express” “The Polar Express” tells the tale of a young boy (Daryl Sabara) who is questioning Santa’s existence. On Christmas […]
In 2014, under President Barack Obama, a ban was put in place preventing hunters from bringing in trophies from elephants, from Zimbabwe and Zambia, where it is legal to hunt these endangered species, into the United States. “I believe that this was a very good thing for Obama […]
By: Carlin H. and Eva B.
By Kaitlyn B. and Carlin H. Every morning, someone wakes up and thinks, “I can’t wait to have my Dunkin.” They rely on their go-to coffee order to get them through the days of their lives. But have you ever wondered about how this chain really makes their […]