Look around yourself. A couple of chairs and desks may surround you if you find yourself in a classroom, finding bliss in ignoring your teacher. Perhaps you’re being bombarded by the vicious gangs who crowd in the Hall of the Whale, masking it’s luxurious old-bone sent with their colognes. Or possibly you’ve perched yourself on … Continue reading Let me tell you what it is that you are going to do
Middle school is one of the most confusing and stressful times in the life of a teenager, but after years of research and consultation with the world’s professionals on the cutting edge, I have discovered the recipe for the perfect middle school. The first, and most important step, is making everything comprehensible to middle schoolers. … Continue reading How we can fix the US middle school system
As the school season comes to a close, the time for festivities is upon us. With events such as the Junior Prom, Senior Ball, Baccalaureate and so forth, it is important to look your best. This is why the age-old spray tan is the most optimal method for achieving ultimate transcendent beauty during the most … Continue reading Spray tanning is a form of racial discrimination
by Owen Hudson Editor-in-Chief As the finality of our time here at Nantucket High School sinks in, discussions of the future inevitably ensue. One common theme that I see in these discussions, or even just in a passing Snapchat story, is the brazened exclamation, “Screw NHS” or something along those lines, and I am strangely … Continue reading In high school, you reap what you sow
by Henry Dupont Editor-in-Chief I heard through the grapevine recently that I’m done with high school. It has not quite sunk in yet, but I'm sure it will soon. As this year comes to an end, I find myself being repeatedly smacked in the face by nostalgia and a mix of joyous relief and melancholy. … Continue reading That’s my time. Thank you NHS, and goodnight!