From Criminal with No Future to an NBA Star with a Bright One

Ryan Quill 2/15/18 MIDDLEBORO, MA -  As a society, we hear about inspiring, turn-around stories every single day. It’s also a very common theme in sports as a whole. But this is no ordinary story. This is the story of Washington Wizards star point guard John Wall, and how he completely proved

Benefits of Makeup

 By: Sydney Curpenski 2/12/2018   Being satisfied with yourself is something that is not overrated. Accomplishments, even as small as doing your makeup, payoff in the long run. Starting off your day feeling put together and beautiful should be felt by everyone. Makeup relaxes you in the morning and gets you  ready

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Cameron Rideout 2/9/18   Through the last few years there are been a rapid increase in school shooting across the nation and across the entire world. Most of the school that are shot up tend to be high schools and some colleges. The thing that is very interesting about the shootings that do

Musically

Kasey Moore February 7, 2018   Andrew Lloyd Webber's hit musical Phantom of the Opera began its Broadway run in early 1988 and has been running ever since. With over 12,000 performances under their belt, the show has become Broadway's’ longest-running show with the 1997 Revival of Chicago coming in second with almost

Scientists Report That This Brain Implant Improves Memory

By: Sarah Greeley February 7, 2018   A brain implant that scientists have developed boosts memory and is said to treat dementia, brain injuries and other problems that negatively affect the memory. The implant works sending electrical pulses to help the brain when it’s having trouble storing new information. The research for the

Why the “Nintendo games are for little kids” Argument is Absurd.

Dan Damon  February 5th, 2018.   Nintendo is a Japanese multinational video game company that is notorious for building on franchises such as The Legend of Zelda, Pokémon, and arguably the most successful franchise in gaming, Super Mario. These titles have a reputation of their nostalgic and fun gameplay, with players spending

Coach or Control Freak

Molly Myers February 2, 2018         Often times in youth sports you see coaches who get into a game and yell and throw a fit when a player may be under performing. Most of this criticism is constructive and the children know this and won't take this hate to heart, but

Greed Vs charity

Ben Gibson 11/30/2017     Giving Tuesday is meant to impress upon exhausted shoppers a sense of charity after tirelessly searching for deals throughout the widely recognized holiday shopping events known as Black Friday and Cyber Monday: an absolute about-face. If shoppers have a little extra money, they are encouraged through platforms like social

Why Gifts?

Alexa Epp 11/30/2017   It’s that time of the year again and no matter how excited I get about the wonderful cheer it begins to become stress central. As the dates come up so very quickly gift giving can be a struggle and the prices are slowly rising. People all over the world

Beth seifert 11/29/17   As soon as you walk into a pet store, what are you greeted with? For an average chain store, it usually those clear Plexiglas chambers which contain either puppies or kittens willing to welcome you upon your arrival.  And often those upon those glass structure lies a sign saying

Girls Basketball Tryouts

Kara McManus 11/29/2017   Sachems Girls Basketball tryouts begin Monday, November 27th. About 20 girls showed up for the tryouts hoping to earn a spot on the teams. Comparing the 13 players that tried out last year, girls basketball at MHS is beginning to see success for their upcoming season. With a new

Royal Engagement

Katelyn Levesque 11/29/17   2017 marks an important year for Americans. The first official engagement of an American and a British monarch has just been announced from earlier this month. The last American to marry into the British monarchy was in 1937 when the Duke of Windsor married Wallis Simpson. This engagement wasn’t

kids should have less homework

Hannah Kelley November 29th, 2017   Kids in today's generation receive so much more homework than the kids in the later generation. Kids in junior high get at least 2-3 hours a night while high school students are getting 4-6 hours of homework a night. So many children in today's generation are expected

Fake Accusations to Dupe the Post Go Wrong

Dyllan Welby 11/28/17   A woman hired by a right-wing activist group falsely claimed to have conceived a child with Roy Moore when she was 15, the newspaper reported on monday morning.   The woman was identified as Jaime T. Phillips by the paper. In other interviews she claimed to have had an abortion after

Giving Tuesday

Shauna Sigren  November 28th, 2017   This November, 28th is “Giving Tuesday.” This is a global giving movement to kick off the charitable season after many shopping events such as, Black Friday and Cyber Monday. This is a chance for people to make a contribution to society and donate the leftover money they

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