Depression

Valerie Chisholm 4/2/2018     Depression is much more common now than in the past. It is one of the most common mental illnesses today. In the United States, 16 million adults have had or currently have depression, which is 6.9 of the US population. 360 million people worldwide suffer from it. In teens,

New Year’s Resolutions

1/9/16 Maia Daschke With every new year comes a new chance to start over. A majority of people set new year resolutions for themselves in order to improve and grow as a person. Many of these resolutions are centered around new health habits, such as eating healthy and upping the daily workout

762 Found Dead in Chicago During 2016; How Gun Safety Protocols can Protect our Society

1/6/16 By: Rylee Leonard It’s been the deadliest year in two decades, 2016, and the top statistic in Chicago shows a single disturbing trend: a surge in gun violence. 762 people were murdered in this city alone, impacting thousands of lives around the world. On New Year’s Eve, people flooded the streets

Senior Trip 2017

1 - 6 - 17 By:  Alexandra Kielty Senior trip is by far one of the most highly anticipated events of senior year. During the month of April the seniors, Mr. Branagan, the class advisors Mr. Smith and Mr. Burke, as well as a few more chaperones pack up and ship off

Boys Basketball 12/29/16

1/6/17 By:  Joci Keough Middleboro vs. Canton On December 29th, Middleboro boys basketball team hosted a game against Canton at 6:30 at night. The Middleborough Sachems basketball team lost against the non-conference game against Canton by a score of 84-44. The starting line up for Middleboro Sachems was Cody Soderlund (junior) as guard,

Women’s Luxuries: Progression

January 6, 2017 Liv Bulu   Great news ladies, companies (non- American, of course) are now properly realizing the patriarchy that lies within the pricing of different hygiene products from men to women. Which is absolutely undeniable; at least in America, women pay more and earn less. Women’s razors have been priced matched

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