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The progress flag was hung up and on display beside the American flag at Hamilton Wenham Regional High School.

The Progress Flag: A Symbol of Greater Acceptance and Equality

Celia Coleman June 16, 2021

As pride month emerges, a new idea has been brought to the table at the most recent school committee meetings. Should a pride flag be displayed behind the committee in Buker’s multi-purpose room, just...

HWRHS students enjoying a trip sponsored by the Spanish program at Hamilton Wenham

Language Acquisitions’ Role as the Bridge Towards a Globalized Country

Exploring Why Learning a Second Language is Important
Julia Tsappis June 15, 2021

At the Hamilton Wenham Regional High School, students are required to take a language course until the tenth grade. Junior year is the point where students have the opportunity to decide whether they want...

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‘It’s a Great Day’: a major step forward to pre-pandemic life

Hadley Braillard, Staff Writer June 4, 2021

In a major step toward pre-pandemic life, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention amended its guidance for fully vaccinated citizens, no longer enforcing wearing masks indoors or outdoors, including...

Society Today: A Podcast on Failure and Risk

Julia Tsappis June 3, 2021

Failure is an unavoidable aspect of everyone’s life. No matter what measures are taken to avoid it, everyone eventually experiences some sort of failure. This episode of Society Today explores the...

The High Price of Fast Fashion

The High Price of Fast Fashion

On May 29, 2021, participate in the clothing drive Hamilton-Wenham High School to address the growing issue of fast fashion.
Hadley Braillard, Staff Writer May 28, 2021

Fast fashion is inexpensive and convenient; its low price tags often catch our eye. We're all guilty of it; buying a shirt or a pair of shorts at a low price is alluring. Fast Fashion allows us to accommodate...

A collage of names of people who have been lost in mass shootings and school shootings, along with numbers and dates that identify the days of shootings and lives lost due to gun violence

Not a Country of Violence, but a Country of Guns

Julia Tsappis May 20, 2021

In order to bring a halt to the insurmountable amount of gun violence in America, the U.S needs to implement stricter gun laws.  The purpose of these policies would not be to take away the right for...

Citizens of the District of Columbia protest and call for Statehood.

‘No Taxation Without Representation’

Why Washington D.C. Should Become the 51st State
Sarah McMahon, Staff Writer May 3, 2021

On January 3rd, Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton, a representative for the District of Columbia, introduced the Washington, D.C. Admission Act, the District of Columbia statehood bill, to the House...

Generals football player Christa Coffey, Class of 2022, prepares to enter the game.  Photograph courtesy of Mr. Leonard Dolan.

Christa Coffey Kicks Her Way into HWRHS’ Football History

Coffey says, "I . . . did it for myself, and the experience."
Hadley Braillard and Meryn DiSimone April 16, 2021

Christa Coffey is breaking down barriers and making history at Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School. Christa, a junior, is the first girl to play for the Generals’ High School football team. Christa...

The GeneralCast: HWRHS Student Govt. Representatives Reflect on Leadership in the Age of Covid

The GeneralCast: HWRHS Student Govt. Representatives Reflect on Leadership in the Age of Covid

Ariel Greenberg and Oliver Tymann April 16, 2021

Click here for The GeneralCast podcast. The GeneralCast is a podcast by Hamilton-Wenham High School Senior Oliver Tymann and Junior Ariel Greenberg. This podcast was made to discuss current events related...

Bleached coral reef in the Pacific Ocean

Climate Change: Coral Bleaching

Zoe Horner April 15, 2021

The ocean is a magical and majestic place, but we have to work hard to keep it that way. The greenhouse gases that factories produce are causing great harm to our ocean’s ecosystems and species, and...

Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Suspended Out of an Abundance of Caution

Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Suspended Out of an Abundance of Caution

Sarah McMahon, Staff Writer April 15, 2021

The United States, South Africa, and the European Union have temporarily stopped the rollout of the Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine, after reports of rare blood clotting, known as cerebral venous sinus...

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