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The Bucket List

The Bucket List

Jillian McSorley , Columnist May 17, 2022

It’s time to go on vacation and return to exploring different places now that restrictions on travel have eased up. There are unlimited options when choosing a destination, but here are the top two on...

End of the year sparks fear, but Juniors listen up

End of the year sparks fear, but Juniors listen up

Lexie Meserve, Columnist April 26, 2022

The end of the school year is approaching. Class of 2022 is on their way out, going off to begin their lives, the fresh spring breeze coming in… it’s a refreshing yet scary time. We know how the seniors...

Exploring Education the guide to college visit

Exploring Education the guide to college visit

Will Goodwin , Columnist March 24, 2022

  Deciding where you may want to go to college is a big decision that determines where you’ll be for the next four or more years of your life.  There are many things that go along with college...

Biddeford Returns to Playoff Basketball in 2022

Biddeford Returns to Playoff Basketball in 2022

Will Goodwin , Columnist March 10, 2022

  The 2021-22 basketball season was a season many players and fans were looking forward to reaching.  It had been about two years without playoffs or real competition between schools during the...

No Time To Die

No Time To Die

Andrew Gelinas, Columnist November 16, 2021

Time to end Event cinema has become more and more common today to the point that almost every movie is made to be this huge thing that you cannot miss when there are 8 more in the pipeline for this...

2021

2021

Coley Hatt, Columnist June 1, 2021

  This will be my last article here. That is merely a fact, and not an interesting one at that. However on the subject of moving on, I am not as comfortable as I seem at the outset. I was asked...

The Unperceivable Reality

The Unperceivable Reality

Alex Tremblay , Columnist April 12, 2021

Just about anybody would say that the night sky is a beautiful thing, at least visually, but not nearly as many people wonder about all of the stars’ stories, and all of the possibilities of space. If...

AP vs Dual Enrollment

AP vs Dual Enrollment

Coley Hatt May 20, 2020

“Advanced Placement Courses versus Dual Enrollment. Which class should I take?” I know I had that same thought my sophomore year as I was looking through courses. What does dual enrollment even mean?...

Climate Change: Is it Really About the Climate?

Climate Change: Is it Really About the Climate?

Bartholomew Murphy, Columnist February 25, 2020

We hear it all the time.   “Ocean levels are rising!”   “Temperatures are getting higher!”   “The icecaps are melting!”   Often in the discussion...

The Joker Gen X

The Joker Gen X

Bruce Brasier , Advisor December 5, 2019

  The Joker, directed by Todd Phillips and starring Joaqin Phoenix, is set in the late ’70s New York. From the opening shots the director of photography, Lawrence Sher, recreates the look of...

Speaking Out Against Gun Violence

Taylor Wildes, Staff Writer June 15, 2018

Imagine you walk into school like every other day. You greet friends in the hall before the first bell rings, and you head to your first block. Until the past few years, nobody in this typical school setting...

Goodbye, Instagram

Grace Laverriere, Staff Writer June 15, 2018

“No internet connection,” reads the harsh red rectangle. This glaring reminder at the top of the screen reminds student that their favorite social media app has been blocked. For most of the 2018 school...

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