By: Brooke S Seniors taking English class with fellow teacher Mrs. Ciccarelli were asked to write a letter answering the following prompt: “What do you hope to see in the year 2018?” They then signed the letters with their name and a adjective of their choice. These are […]
by Ben F Even if they are not gamers, most have probably heard the name Mario. Renowned worldwide for being the most iconic, well-known gaming franchise, most things in games with Mario in the title are kid-friendly or just made to put a smile across any gamer’s faces. […]
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 […]
The New England Patriots will play the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday December 17th. This game has huge AFC Playoff implications. The Steelers (11-2) currently have possession of the first AFC playoff seed with the Patriots (10-3) having the second AFC playoff seed. If the Patriots win they will […]
By Daniel F. “A Christmas Carol” is an iconic film with many adaptations. Based off of Charles Dickens’ book of the same name, the story revolves around Ebenezer Scrooge, who is visited by four ghosts on Christmas Eve. These ghosts, his former business partner Jacob Marley, the Ghost […]
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 […]
By: Molly N. October 28th, the Duxbury High School cheerleading team took home third place at the Braintree Invitational. They broke their school record with a score of 90 at the meet.
As December 2017 rolls around, New Englanders prepare for another winter. Many are wondering what the forecast is for this year. Historically, according to the National Weather Service, the coldest winter ever for the Boston Area was the winter of 1917-18 when the temperature on average was 23.8 […]
Christmas specials always appear on television during the holiday season. Most are from the 60s and 70s and are animated. In honor of Christmas fast approaching, here are the top 5 TV Christmas specials. 5. “The Year Without a Santa Claus” Released in 1974, “The Year Without a […]
The TD Garden is a special place when it’s gameday. The memories can be felt just by walking around the stadium. Memories of legendary plays and players. Maybe even personal memories such as the first game you went to, or seeing your favorite player, play. Most can be […]
By Daniel F. To kick off 25 Christmas movies you should watch, here are some unorthodox Christmas movies. These movies aren’t the typical Christmas movies that focus on the good aspects of the holiday. Instead, they concern more dark aspects. From slasher films to action flicks, here are […]
You have seen it on tv. You have seen it in the news. The NFL National Anthem protests are widespread and highly publicized. There were even singers who took a knee while singing The National Anthem before a game. The players are protesting against many topics, including police […]
by Ryan H.
-MILLBROOK STATION- “Millbrook Station is a new and unique mixed use development located in historic Duxbury. The location is ideal just off the highway and on the main thoroughfare to the beach, schools, library and athletic fields. The property will feature new parking, lighting, landscaping, and utilities. The […]
Name: Mr. Mael Occupation: History teacher at Duxbury High School “I did not know that I wanted to be a teacher for my whole life. I wanted to be a full time journalist, but it’s not the easiest industry to make full time money in. I had a […]