The General Consensus

Student bubbling in their answers on a standardized testing answer sheet.

Is standardized testing an effective way to determine a student’s intellectual ability?

Birima Tanona, Staff Writer December 17, 2021

The intellectual capability of students should not be represented by a test that extensively favors students with a skilled ability in timed testing. Time and time again, students have had their academic...

Ms. Sette addresses triggering content that occurs in The House on Mango Street with her ninth grade English class.

Triggers, Trauma, and Teaching

How trigger and content warnings should be addressed in the classroom as sensitive conversations become prevalent in today's society.
Sophie Keys November 30, 2021

As mental health awareness becomes more prevalent both in education and society, the idea of trigger and content warnings becomes an important thing to discuss. As societal norms have been challenged...

A notice that masks are required at a New England middle school.

Protecting the unvaccinated from delta

Zoe Horner November 10, 2021

The COVID-19 virus is becoming increasingly threatening to young children and people over 50 years old. And with the new strains of the virus spreading across the globe, we have seen the emergence of the...

Whats Up With The Buffalo Sabres?

What’s Up With The Buffalo Sabres?

Leo Kagan, Staff Writer November 1, 2021

During the 2021 NHL regular season, the Buffalo Sabres matched two league records. The first were the eighteen games the Sabres lost consecutively between February 25 and March 31, a record they now share...

Students park on a cold fall morning at Hamilton Wenham High School.

New details revealed about the cost of student parking this fall

Margot Addis October 30, 2021

The cost for students to park at Hamilton Wenham Regional High School this fall has been raised from $100 last fall, to $200 this fall.  The new school year raises questions and answers as to where this...

It’s not about how you start, it’s how you finish: How the Atlanta Braves battled adversity to get to this year’s World Series

Tate Fitzgibbons, Staff Writer October 29, 2021

You can’t beat October baseball. Another installment of the MLB Postseason has come and (almost gone), and once again, and it has not disappointed. We saw a deep run made by the Red Sox, who, despite...

Ava Shultz, Staff Writer October 29, 2021

Foliage   The leaves reach their auburn and simplistic glow for a moment of autumnal nostalgia  Years pass And the leaves have yet to last For a moment in time The leaves were mine  And...

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Top 5 NHL Teams to Watch This Year NOT Named the Boston Bruins

Leo Kagan, Staff Writer October 27, 2021

The sports fan’s relationship with their team is complex. We follow the highlights, read the news stories, cheer and scream at our televisions, and agonize over every move. We love our team, despite...

HWgivesback Is Back!

Ariel Greenberg, Co-Editor, Staff Writer October 20, 2021

Beginning on Tuesday, October 12, the Student Body Government has planned a food drive to stock the shelves of the local Acord Food Pantry. Each year, the school hosts several fundraisers such as this,...

Firefighters of the FDNY on September 11, 2001, after the Twin Towers fell to the ground.

Children become firefighters to honor their parents

After 9/11, my children that had parents in the FDNY (New York City fire department) became firefighters.
Emma Ryan October 19, 2021

On September 11th, 2001, the biggest terrorist attack in United States History occurred at 8:46 am, when a plane hit the North Tower of the World Trade Center in New York City, New York. 343 New York firefighters...

“The Green Ribbon” Poem

This poem was written in honor of World Mental Health Day, which took place on Sunday October 10. This poem is meant to remind everyone that they are never alone and there is always enough light for all.
Ariel Greenberg, Co-Editor, Staff Writer October 12, 2021

The Green Ribbon You matter. Everything you do, Everything you say. Looking in the mirror brings negative thoughts to many of us. We see ourselves as too much of this, too much of that. I am guilty...

Team captain Rafi Santomenna faces off with Amesbury player for the ball.

Hamilton-Wenham Boys Varsity Soccer Makes A Comeback At The Regional

Sydney Amero, Staff Writer October 8, 2021

Friday, September 10th, the Hamilton-Wenham Boys Varsity Soccer team had their debut game of the season, against Manchester-Essex. After being down by three goals for most of the game, the Generals scored...

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