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Open letter to the coach who revived my love for baseball

Open letter to the coach who revived my love for baseball

Alex Keely, Staff Writer
February 10
Filed under Letters to..... by Alex Keely, Opinion

Baseball has and will always be my first love. Everyone has that sport that no matter how good or bad you may be at it, you still love to play; baseball is mine. I’m going to fill you in, I have played baseball since as long as I can remember and have been good, bad, and the worst at different times....

Playing it safe

Lydia Gordon, Staff writer
January 28
Filed under Living Like Lydia - Lydia Gordon

I closed my eyes and tried to feel the adrenaline, I imagined it like the rush that overcomes me before stepping on the mat at a competition. I pictured their adrenaline running through their veins like electricity through wires. They said their heads seemed to spin continuously even after the car had...

Paige’s Perspective

Paige’s Perspective

Paige Lessard, Staff Writer
January 23
Filed under Opinion

I get dressed and go to walk out of my front door thinking that the weather is going to be  beautiful like yesterday, until I see at least a foot of new snow. Great, not only are my clothes not warm enough and I'm freezing, but I also need to shovel. I growl with anger and stomp back inside, wishing...

SmackHigh brings shame to Maine

Megan Friel, Editor in Chief
January 22
Filed under Millenial Manifesto - Meg Friel

In a world of Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, it's not uncommon for rumors to spread and gossip to travel fast. We are stuck believing that everybody's business is our business. I struggle as I wonder, when did we become so interested in others? SmackHigh, a popular nationwide Twitter account f...

Open Letter to Mom & Dad

Open Letter to Mom & Dad

Alex Keely, Staff Writer
January 10
Filed under Letters to..... by Alex Keely, Opinion

It’s hard to believe that I am a senior, let alone that it’s 2016 and I am already just about halfway through my senior year. Since it’s almost the end of my high school career and my time as journalist is coming to a close, I am going to be doing something special for the final monthly columns...

Paige’s Perspective

Paige’s Perspective

Paige Lessard, Staff Writer
January 3
Filed under Opinion

I'm waiting impatiently with my face pressed against my laptop screen with the clock ticking behind me. There's only two minutes left until what I've been waiting for is posted online for customers to buy. I select my seating options, choose my price, and when it is finally time to hit the 'Buy Now'...

Broken no more

Lydia Gordon, Staff Writer
December 28
Filed under Living Like Lydia - Lydia Gordon

Break ups can be rough, many people remember the one person who broke their heart. Whether they were 15 or 50 when it happened, everyone remembers that one moment when your world of bubbly laughter came crashing down on you. I am here to honestly tell you everything is going to be okay in the end (kind...

Trumps movement to Muslims

Megan Friel, Editor in Chief
December 19
Filed under Millenial Manifesto - Meg Friel, Opinion

As Donald Trump extends a new proposal on the banning of Muslim citizens, Americans are contemplating taking away the freedom of those who most deserve it. With the possibility of Trump coming into office, America is far from the land of the free. Trump has no moral value as to what is right, wrong...

Alex v The World

Alex Keely and Paige Lessard
December 17
Filed under Alex v The World - Alex Keely & Paige Lessard

Most people have read the typical ‘What to buy your girlfriend or boyfriend’ holiday columns, so this month, we decided to put our own spin on gift ideas; What not to buy. We hope you enjoy this unique holiday column. Paige’s what NOT to buy- I am going to inform you on what not to buy yo...

Gabby’s go for it – December

Gabby’s go for it – December

Gabby Hamm, Staff Writer
December 15
Filed under Gabby's Go For It! - Gabby Hamm, Opinion

Hi Everyone! I’m Gabby and every month I do a new DIY (do it yourself) project, and for this month I made some little Christmas tree brownies. All together the cost of this DIY was about 10-15 dollars and took about 15 minutes after baking and waiting for the brownies to cool off. The brownies are...

Fresh Face: “Kryolan TV Paint Stick”

Michael Tenney, Staff Writer
December 10
Filed under Fresh Face: Product of the Month - Michael Tenney, Opinion

This month, I decided to go a different route, take a turn for the better (or worse, who knows). Instead of reviewing a face cleansing product, I wanted to do a makeup product. Now, I don’t wear makeup on a normal basis, but I do know a thing or two about makeup. The product of the month is a “Kryolan...

Creating family memories

Lydia Gordon, Staff Writer
December 9
Filed under Living Like Lydia - Lydia Gordon

Thanksgiving is a time where everyone goes around and shares what they are thankful for. While you are surrounded by friends and family, the holidays seem to bring out the kid in everyone. Young or old, everyone has stories about holidays from past years that they will tell for many years to come. T...

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