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  • Give it up for Pingree
  • This May, Love April
  • A Pingree Speciality
  • North Korea’s Nuclear Bomb: Trump’s Aggressive Action
  • The White Helmets of Syria
  • Give it up for Pingree

    Give it up for Pingree

    Hannah Willson, Editor-in-Chief

    April 28, 2017

    The Pingree advancement team held its second annual Giving Day on Apr. 20. The week challenged members of the Pingree community and Pingree alumni to give back. The advancement team first championed Giving Day in 2016. The event was modelled after similar days held by colleges. The advancement team ...

  • This May, Love April

    This May, Love April

    Colette Combs, Staff Writer

    April 28, 2017

    If you are into drama, romance, and ~edgy~ comedy, then the upcoming Flying Horse production is for you. Flying Horse is Pingree’s student run and directed spring performing arts program. This is only the second year of Pingree’s Flying Horse Program, so the cast is composed of a great mix of newc...

  • A Pingree Speciality

    A Pingree Speciality

    Julia Siegert, Staff Writer

    April 28, 2017

    “The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.” The Special Olympics is not only found on television, but also works with schools, making the Special O...

  • North Korea’s Nuclear Bomb: Trump’s Aggressive Action

    North Korea’s Nuclear Bomb: Trump’s Aggressive Action

    Kiersten Wood, Guest Writer

    April 28, 2017

    North Korea has inhabited a communistic dominion, a nation paranoid of infiltration by other global powers. By steadily producing weaponry and nuclear bombs, North Korea has attempted to prepare for defensive measures.  Before leaving office, former president Barack Obama warned Donald Trump about a pos...

  • The White Helmets of Syria

    The White Helmets of Syria

    Nicolas Wiles, Guest Writer

    March 29, 2017

    Those of you that watched the Oscars may be familiar with the winner of Best Short Documentary, a film on Netflix by the name of “White Helmets.” This 40 minute documentary follows members of an organization known as The White Helmets, a group based in Syria dedicated to rescuing civilians caught in...

Does Not Compute

Does Not Compute

James Lang, Graphic Designer

If you’re a high school or even a college student, this is something you’re going to want to listen to. First; open up your backpack, have a friend open their backpack too, and then open another and then another. Notice...

April 28, 2017No Comments

Department Declining: The Retail Store Problem and Looming Automation

Department Declining: The Retail Store Problem and Looming Automation

Arvind Pillai, Staff Writer

The 21st century: an age of evolution, rampant discoveries, and most importantly, e-commerce! Whether you’re a teenager shopping for a new video game or an adult shopping for designer clothes, the world has embraced online s...

April 28, 2017No Comments

Other Planets?

Other Planets?

Lydia Umholtz, Newspaper Staff

Seven Earth-sized planets located in habitable zones likely to have water were discovered by NASA’s Spitzer space telescope. All of the seven planets orbit around the ultra-cool dwarf star called TRAPPIST-1. The star is ...

March 29, 2017No Comments

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David Price and Serena Williams

David Price and Serena Williams

Katie Carrigan, Sports Editor

On April 1, David Price, the pitcher for the Red Sox got an elbow injury in a game. He isn’t sure whether or not he has to have surgery, but is going to slow down his throwing program in the next week to compensate for...

April 28, 2017No Comments

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Take Sanctuary

Take Sanctuary

Katherine Doherty, Staff Writer

Sanctuary Cities are locations that protect undocumented immigrants from facing deportation from law enforcement. Around 28 states have Sanctuary Cities in the United States. Popular cities such as Boston, ...

April 28, 2017No Comments

AP Madness!

AP Madness!

April 28, 2017

Why Everyone Should Learn To Code

Why Everyone Should Learn To Code

April 28, 2017

North Korea’s Nuclear Bomb: Trump’s Aggressive Action

North Korea’s Nuclear Bomb: Trump’s Aggressive Action

April 28, 2017

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The student news site of Pingree School in South Hamilton, MA
The student news site of Pingree School in South Hamilton, MA