The General Consensus

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...

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...

Collage of DECA students.

17 HWRHS Students Named Finalists at Mass DECA’s 2021 State Career Development Conference

DECA Students Advance to Next Round
Ella Tran and Sierra Rullman March 26, 2021

On Thursday March 18th, the Grand Awards Session was held to determine who would move on to the International Career Development Conference (ICDC), for the 2020-2021 school year. The students who placed...

Christopher Domoracki reaches down to pick up garbage polluting Old Garden Beach in Rockport.

Turn The Tide Mass Beach Clean up

Niko Kessler March 25, 2021

On March 21 of 2021, thirty teenagers spent 3 hours cleaning up trash from Old Garden Beach in Rockport. These teens are all members of the volunteer group Turn the Tide Mass, an organization built...

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,...

The stress of taking the  SATs could be a thing of the past for many students.

Many Colleges Remain Test-Optional for the 2021-22 Admission Cycle

Sarah McMahon, Staff Writer March 17, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has upended the college entrance exam testing industry, which resulted in a number of colleges shifting to a test-optional admissions process for the 2020-21 admissions cycle. Last...

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...

Students in the High School ignore COVID regulations in the tight hallways of the school, something Remote Students seek to avoid.

The Flawed Remote Model

Luke McMahon January 24, 2021

Every day this week, I have gotten up at 7:30, sat down at my desk, and stayed there until 2:20. During the nearly seven hours at my desk, I am barely given enough time to eat breakfast or lunch, and going...

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...

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