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News

Students and staff react to marijuana legalization

Students and staff react to marijuana legalization

Carlie Williams

At the end of last year, voters in Massachusetts approved the legalization of marijuana, with a 54% saying yes. Following the legalization of the drug, new laws will be enacted regarding the growing, possession, and taxation...

March 6No Comments

Welcoming  author  Wes Moore  to Springfield

Welcoming author Wes Moore to Springfield

February 22

This past summer, students in all grades were required to read “The Other Wes Moore” by Wes Moore. After reading the book, English classes were able...

Hampshire Country College Fair draws students from across Western Mass

Hampshire Country College Fair draws students from across Western Mass

December 4

Representatives from more than 100 New England colleges set up information booths in the South Hadley High School gymnasium earlier this fall in an effort...

Peace Pole Resurfaces

Peace Pole Resurfaces

December 4

After two years of residing in the classroom of Heather Ellis, the Peace Pole has finally found a permanent residence in the clearing next to the main o...

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Reviews

El Guanaco Review

Kyle Pease

El Guanaco, located at 50 Lamb Street, is a local Mexican/Salvadorian restaurant that serves some seriously good food. With offers like burritos, tacos, enchiladas, toastadas, and full meals, anyone enjoying Mexican food is sure to find...

March 6No Comments

  • Captain America Civil War: One epic clash you don’t want to miss May 20
  • You’ll love raising animals in ‘Alpaca World’ May 20
  • Sylvester’s satisfies tastebuds March 3

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Staff Picks

Problems with girls bathroom

Problems with girls bathroom

Taylor Hoagland, Student Profiles Editor

This may sound like a trivial “first world problem” to many, but the toilet paper dispensers in our school are extremely inconvenient to use. Many of the dispensers are...

March 13No Comments

Family pets: Adopt don’t shop

Family pets: Adopt don’t shop

November 17

Closed door policy

Closed door policy

November 5

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Features

New Nurse Smith Excited About Helping Students

New Nurse Smith Excited About Helping Students

Icelyn Vasquez

Oh how school nurse Sarah Smith loves it here. She is the new nurse and she is always willing to help students. “ I used to go to Granby and they had some cut backs and...

December 1No Comments

  • Brouillette Library fill-in March 22
  • Get to know the new teachers February 26
  • Grab your gear from “The Paw” February 23

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Sports

Cheerleading is a sport

Cheerleading is a sport

Samantha Carey, Sports Editor

Basketball is a sport. Football is a sport. Lacrosse is a sport. Soccer is a sport. Baseball is a sport. Softball is a sport. Track is a sport. But there has always been a...

February 22No Comments

  • Field hockey goalie Cote nears 200 saves October 7
  • Tigers Conquer Wahconah September 29
  • Rugby becomes newest MIAA sport May 21

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Opinions

Music provides healing and escape

Music provides healing and escape

Renee Stoltz

Some may not realize it, but music is a significant attribute to our daily life. Whether in your headphones, at an event, or on your computer screen, music is something that...

May 20No Comments

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Editorials

Changes could make guidance more efficient

Changes could make guidance more efficient

Renee Stoltz and Brianna Ingham

Typically, most high schools around the country have a guidance staff that assists students for academic and emotional reasons. Aside from schoolwork, students may have specific...

February 26No Comments

  • What is love? February 10
  • After school app takes over school December 4
  • New Plains School raises questions June 15

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