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CNN reporter Dana Bash interviews Rep Karen Bass about how systemic racism is influencing vaccination distribution

Racial Inequity Influences Vaccine Distribution

How the Vaccine is the Latest Addition to a Road of Inequity Challenges During COVID
Julia Tsappis, Journalist March 25, 2021

The COVID pandemic has introduced a wide array of issues pertaining to communities of color. The distribution process has highlighted the racial inequity in America, showing the prevalence of the issue...

Outside of one of the many ICE facilities

Will President Biden’s Plan to Reunite ICE Detainment Families Fail?

Emily Matus March 25, 2021

By the end of 2021, President Biden planned to close all ICE detainment centers and reunite families that were divided during Trump's term, but the COVID-19 pandemic has led many to question the validity...

Several are left with questions as the plans for the  COVID-19 vaccine are announced.

COVID-19 Vaccine Plan: Where Do High School Students Come In?

Celia Coleman March 25, 2021

With the recent creation and distribution of the new COVID-19 vaccine, one major question remains to school-aged children, "Where will I be eligible?" There are 3 phases of eligibility for the vaccine,...

President Joe Biden Speaks at an event about how he plans to bring back the United States from Trump's Presidency.

Biden Reverses Former President Trump’s Actions

Zoe Horner March 18, 2021

On his first night in the White House, January 20th, 2021, President Joe Biden was already signing orders and declarations to reverse former President Trump’s controversial actions. One of the first...

DECA State Career Development Conference Comes to a Close

HWRHS sends 65 students to compete in the State Career Development Conference
Ella Tran, Staff Writer March 17, 2021

Despite having gone virtual for competition this year, the HWRHS DECA chapter still managed to send sixty-five qualified students to the State Career Development Conference (SCDC) in March 2021.  The...

Rioters overwhelm Capitol Police and successfully breach the Nations Capitol (6 January 2021)

Senators Change Their Tune After Capital Riots

Peter Gourdeau January 24, 2021

Just after 2:00 pm EST, January the 6th, a group of primarily right-wing activists started breaking windows and storming the Capitol Building in Washington DC, interrupting a vote to certify the electoral...

Nurse working to vaccinate first responders

Everything To Know About The COVID-19 Vaccine

Lina Sudachi January 24, 2021

On December 11th, 2020, the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines were approved for use by the FDA. Others are in the works, but haven’t been approved yet. Their webpage states basic information...

Student working

The Push for Students to have More Live Instruction

Abigail Crocker January 24, 2021

On December 10, 2020 the state released a memorandum stating that “fully remote students will now have 35 hours of live instruction every ten days.” Student voice has been an issue on a school and...

The United States Capitol Building.  (Wikimedia Commons License).

Trump: First President Ever To Be Impeached Twice

Emma Sullivan January 24, 2021

The United States House of Representatives voted to impeach President Trump for “inciting insurrection” on January 13th, 2021.  The impeachment came on the heels of Trump supporters storming the...

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Do Students Feel Safe In School?

Amber Scanlon January 24, 2021

Students in the Hamilton-Wenham Regional School District and all over the country have been placed in different learning environments and models due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This new situation students...

This is a health care professional giving the COVID-19 vaccine.

The Science Behind the COVID-19 vaccine

Elisabeth Holbrook January 11, 2021

After many months of doctors trying to make a vaccine for COVID-19, the first COVID-19 vaccine was given on December 14, 2020, to Sandra Lindsay who was a nurse at a hospital in Long Island. This was a...

Mrs.Burnett zooms with remote students while teaching her in-person hybrid students.

Asynchronous Learning is No More

Commissioner Seeks More Live Instruction

On December 10, 2020 Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Commissioner Jeffery C. Riley changed the number of required synchronous hours for students.  According to 603.CMR.27.00...

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