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Students can get pads and tampons in the nurses office bathroom. September 16, 2022.

Free pads and tampons are coming to The Regional

Olivia Soolman September 29, 2022

On June 14, the Hamilton-Wenham EdFund approved a grant for new free menstrual product dispensers to be installed in the middle and high school. Currently, high school students have to go to the...

A 4-Day work week would leave many workers only coming in Monday through Thursday.

Study may make four-day workweek a reality

Lilly Glass, Student Journalist June 14, 2022

70 companies and 3,300 workers across the UK are partaking in a study testing the effectiveness of a four-day workweek. The businesses involved in the trial range from small local restaurants to large...

Creative writers will develop and refine new work and learn technical aspects of writing that make their writing more compelling.

Creative Writing Workshop For Teens

Piper Shepherd, Student Journalist June 13, 2022

Many Hamilton-Wenham students enjoy creative writing. This summer, students can participate in a writing workshop taught by professional writers; Charlotte Gordon, Dan Sklar, Elizabeth Winthrop, and Laurie...

Freshmen class representatives hold a bake sale to help raise money.

HW Gives Back Raises $1000 for Charity

Lilly Glass and Shelby Laurajean June 10, 2022

HW Gives Back recently raised $1,000 this spring for charity. $500 is going to Sunflower of Peace, a charity that aims to help Ukrainians, and $500 going to Samaritans for suicide awareness and prevention.  HW...

Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School Junior Prom ended early after racist language was used.

Addressing Racist Language at Junior Prom

Lilly Glass, Student Journalist June 10, 2022

On Friday, April 29th the Hamilton-Wenham junior prom at the Ipswich Hellenic Center was cut short after at least one student was heard yelling the n-word.  The word was heard while students sang along...

Ketanji Brown Jackson sitting in the Appeals Court bench.

Breaking Barriers: Ketanji Brown Jackson Confirmed to the Supreme Court

Ariel Greenberg, Co-Editor, Staff Writer April 26, 2022

On Thursday, April 7, 2022, history was made when Ketanji Brown Jackson was confirmed by the United States Senate as the first African American to the Supreme Court. President Biden nominated Jackson as...

Frisco helps calm a group of ninth graders after a hard day of tests and on-demand writing.

Frisco: The Regional’s brand new facility dog

Owen Schmidt, Student Journalist April 4, 2022

Say hello to Frisco! Hamilton-Wenham's brand new facility dog, the pup who has brought many smiling faces to the hallways. Frisco is a two-year-old flat-coated retriever who spent the first two years...

Lost Lake in Groton Wood reflects the later sunrises that will occur with permanent daylight savings time

Never changing the clocks again

Sophie Keys April 4, 2022

On Tuesday, March 15, the US Senate passed legislation that could make daylight savings time permanent aka, no clock changes. This proposal is being called the Sunshine Protection Act of 2021.  In...

One side of the Womens History board given to our school from the National Archives.

Recognizing Women’s History Month

Ariel Greenberg, Co-Editor, Staff Writer March 24, 2022

The month of March does not just consist of St. Patrick's day and the beginning of Lent for those that observe; March resembles the strength of women through the years. March is formally known as Women’s...

Divers from NOAA attaching coral to a new artificial reef.

Coral Catastrophe: How you can help

Piper Shepherd, Student Journalist March 24, 2022

Coral reefs around the world are dying out, but individuals, even those who don't live near the ocean, can make a difference.   National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is an organization...

House in Kurenivka after fall of rocket fragments

Information about the War in Ukraine

Learn about the most recent events, how to help, and misinformation regarding the war.
March 24, 2022

Destructions in Kharkiv Oblast after Russian shelling during 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Russia Invades Ukraine: A Timeline of Events

Learn of the latest news regarding the Ukraine invasion.
Sophie Keys, Ariel Greenberg, and Piper Shepherd March 16, 2022

As over two million refugees flee Ukraine, the world watches as Russia continues to take over Ukraine cities. Russia has been bombing and shelling several buildings and cities in Ukraine. The tensions...

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