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Institutional racism is the original pandemic

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Streaming services battle it out

April 3, 2020

In the beginning, there was analog TV.  Apparently there were three channels, and after midnight all...

Chinese targeted during coronavirus outbreak

March 16, 2020

Coronavirus- Covid-19, is a deadly virus that has caused multiple deaths in China and has been spreading...

MIAA cancels basketball and hockey finals

February 4, 2020

       

Institutional racism is the original pandemic

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Strange Planet

April 3, 2020

Oh my God, did you hear?

February 4, 2020

Gossip fills the halls every minute of every day. We fill our boring lives with sauce-y tales that we don't hesitate to pass on regardless of whether they're true or not.  Truth?  What's that? 

It be like that sometimes

January 7, 2020

I was pretty surprised to get an invitation to apply for admission to NHS.  I screamed.  My parents...

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Senior Profile: Jack Moussette

Senior Profile: Jack Moussette

January 9, 2020

Jack Moussette is a cool character. While you and I are worrying about tests and projects, he is chilling,...

Comradery carries Hornets back to the Superbowl

Comradery carries Hornets back to the Superbowl

November 26, 2019

Mansfield Football finished a near perfect season by trouncing number one seed Natick in the Division 2 South Final by a score of  22-3  and will head back to the Superbowl for a chance at the State Championship after a six year hiatus. 

Hollywood’s Best Pictures Burn Bright

Sahil Koul, Writer | January 16, 2020

On the morning of January 13, the long wait for this year's nominees for the 2020 Academy Awards was over, all the excitement and juicy twists finally revealed. I think 2019 was one of film-making's finest years. The 2020 Best Picture nominees introduced us to many new faces and great original work, while the heavyweights also continued to satisfy and impress viewers. Whether it was Martin Scorsese's...

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Movie Review

Sahil Koul, Writer | December 4, 2019

As we approach the two-month mark of Joker's box office explosion let's explore what it is about the film that has resonated with millions of viewers. 

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Institutional racism is the original pandemic

Nasyve Beech. 2021, Senior Writer and Editor | June 7, 2020

George Floyd is an African American man who was murdered at the hand of a violent and racist police officer while three others participated; it spawned a  gaggle of riots, protests, looting and civil disobedience in 50 states and 18 countries worldwide. In the wake of such a moment in our country's history I think it is important to get a new perspective on this issue, and on the difficulty some have...

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Streaming services battle it out

Mahathi Kosaraju | April 3, 2020

In the beginning, there was analog TV.  Apparently there were three channels, and after midnight all three stopped broadcasting, leaving a fuzzy test pattern or a picture of the American flag.  Much later cable television came in like an advancing army with hundreds of channels of programming, including ESPN.  Satellite companies pushed their way in. It wasn't enough.  Soon you could go to your...

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