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 […]
Abandonment, abuse and boredom are all reasons animals come into the care of the Standish Humane Society. Some love their cute kitten but neglect it when it grows, others move away and leave their pet behind. For whatever reason, an animal is stranded, helpless and in need. […]
Enjoy a little in-color humor from Ryan H.
By Daniel F. On March 3, 1973, Pink Floyd released “The Dark Side of the Moon.” It became one of the best albums of all time, spending 741 consecutive weeks on the Billboard Top LPs & Tapes chart. Rolling Stone named it the 43rd best album of all […]
By Alex B. The long winter seems to finally be subsiding in Duxbury, as temperatures begin to get warmer and the snow and ice begin to melt away. March has been a rather stormy month for all of New England, with the Nor’easter and the multiple snow storms—weather […]
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, […]
Thursday, On March 15, Duxbury students walked out of their high school in protest of the country’s current gun laws, following the death of 17 people on a school campus in Parkland, Florida. In recognition of the victims, and in solidarity with anyone who has been involved and […]
March 2018 has proven to be more like a lion than a lamb this year as three Storms have hit New England hard as of March 16th, and now forecasts predict a 4th storm may hit in the coming week. The first storm, which hit New England on […]
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.
Do you have some studying tips? Thanks If you know you have a test, whether its tomorrow or next week, just automatically assume you are staying after with that teacher as many times as you can (or they can tolerate). The teachers here at DHS are incredibly […]
We sat down with our principal, Mr. Donovan, and our student resource officer, Officer Jamali to discuss school safety. Here is what you need to know. Change is not going to happen overnight. “I do not believe we will have any substantial changes before the end of […]
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. […]
High school is supposed to be where students find their creative sides. Duxbury High School is no exception. Four polls were sent to each grade, asking whether or not they thought their grade was creative, why did they think that, and if they or someone they knew did […]
By Kaitlyn B. The South Shore is an excellent place to live, and theres unique beauty covering pratically every inch of it. Everyone in the area is lucky to live here, because we can enjoy all the gorgeous scenery surrounding us at any time of year. These are a […]
Here are some pictures our staff captured of the recent storm. Share yours to Twitter using the #duxstorm! Stay safe during the upcoming one!
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 […]
Cancer and extreme illness continues to turn the lives of patients and their families upside down, but this Duxbury based charity will put an end to this suffering. Wicked Good Cause is a charity that helps assist families affected by major illnesses. “Only 4% of Government funds go to […]
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. […]
By Daniel F. The #MeToo movement has overtaken this award season. Many people have worn black at the award shows to show respect for the movement. Students agree that #MeToo should be discussed in the awards shows. “Art is meant to be a representation of society,” said junior […]