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  • Arn Chorn Pond Visits Pingree
  • Local Labs at Pingree
  • Flying Horse
  • We Speak for The Trees
  • Rockets Punching Holes in the Atmosphere
  • A Mess in Marawi
  • Arn Chorn Pond Visits Pingree

    Arn Chorn Pond Visits Pingree

    Isabelle Job

    November 9, 2018

    Just last week Pingree had the pleasure of hosting a guest speaker named Arn Chorn Pond, a activist of peace, and a survivor of the Cambodian Genocide. Arn started off his speech by playing a piece of music he was forced to play for the Khmer Rouge during his time spent in a detention camp. Arn remind...

  • Local Labs at Pingree

    Local Labs at Pingree

    Genesis Galdamez, Staff Writer

    May 25, 2018

    The Pingree Local Lab trips are an entertaining day where students get to have an educational experience outside of the classrooms. There were many options for students to choose from. Some students chose to go to museums like the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston,  some chose to hike, while others sig...

  • Flying Horse

    Flying Horse

    Matthew Surprenant, Arts and Life Editor

    May 4, 2018

    These days, Pingree has three trimesters worth of theatre for those who are interested in performative arts. There’s the fall play, the winter musical, and a relative-newcomer: the student-run Flying Horse production. Whereas the first two are your typical theatre experiences, albeit with that distinctive Pi...

  • We Speak for The Trees

    We Speak for The Trees

    Colette Combs, News Editor

    May 4, 2018

    Climate Change is an unavoidable topic in today’s news and media. Much of the national conversation on the topic is grim, making reading anything about the topic at times difficult. However, Pingree’s Green Team has risen to the challenge of reducing our footprint rather than running from it. Gr...

  • Rockets Punching Holes in the Atmosphere

    Rockets Punching Holes in the Atmosphere

    James Lang, Online Editor

    April 13, 2018

    Elon Musk is at it again with the Falcon 9 Rocket, a product of his company SpaceX, with a recent launch on August 24th, 2017. The launch was unique because the Falcon 9 rockets launch vertically into the atmosphere instead of in an arc (following along the curve of the Earth) which is unlike any othe...

  • A Mess in Marawi

    A Mess in Marawi

    Julianna Aguja, News Editor

    November 17, 2017

    The Philippine Government has recently announced that the city of Marawi has been recaptured from ISIS militant forces. Marawi, a major city on the island of Mindanao, was under Islamic militant control for over 5-months and was the battleground for a vicious war between the Filipino military and ISIS....

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  • Big Boys

    Sumo wrestling is just one of those things that’s always referenced in popular culture but practically nobody understands. Why are these men so fat?...

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  • The Queen of Soul

    Aretha Franklin died on August 16, 2018 at the age of 76 from a long struggle with pancreatic cancer. After her death, people worldwide mourned the lo...

  • Have A Sweet New Year

    At the sundown of September 9th, the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah began. This occasion marks the start of a new year on the Jewish calendar, and is...

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