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CROP walkers dine on hope

By Danielle Hopkins Hundreds of Islanders participated in the annual CROP walk Sunday, October 23, to help raise hunger awareness. The route went from St....

Gay Head race a success

To the Editor: The Gay Head 10K Committee would like to thank everyone who helped to make the fourth annual Gay Head 10K, a Race...

It was a rousing success

To the Editor: The members of African American Vineyard Artists would like to thank our hosts, the Portuguese-American Club, and the town of Oak Bluffs,...

Senior wins National Merit Scholarship

By Olivia Jacobs Senior Jared Livingston’s exceptional academic abilities have earned him the title of National Merit Scholar. The National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) is...

Laughs, ties, and boutonnieres, oh my!

By Casey McAndrews After several years of hopeful suspense, young dreams were fulfilled on Saturday, May 14, at the junior prom. This year's prom was...

Excelling at innovation

By Rose Engler Juniors Daniel Gaines and David Webster won third place at the William K. Richardson Patent Award at the MIT State Science Fair...

Green leaders rewarded at State House

Upper-Seniors Casey McAndrews and Zach Bresnick stand on the rostrum in the Senate chamber at the Massachusetts State House. Lower- Award recipients gather for a...

Senior duo ignite original play

By Danielle Hopkins An original play will, quite literally, light up the high school stage this weekend. Seniors Miles Thornton and Darby Patterson will finally...

Minnesingers enchant audiences through time

By Sophia McCarron The Minnesingers sang a selection of traditional choral music as well as pieces ranging from folk to movie scores during their spring...

Getting down to local business

By Anna Keenan Business students traveled to Sharky’s Cantina in Edgartown to learn about business management from the owner himself, J.B. Blau, on Monday, May...

Sayonara, Seniors!

By Ali Bartlett It’s a bittersweet time of year for many seniors as they prepare to leave familiar high school hallways and enter the world...

Connecting cultures through exchange

By Kaela Vecchia-Zeitz High school is often categorized as one of the most unstable times in a person’s life. Teenagers are in a strange demographic...

Holocaust survivor visits school

Sami Siegelman, a Holocaust survivor, talked with students about his journey for the high school's Genocide Awareness Week on Thursday and Friday, April 28...

Building Bridges to France

by Julia Kane French language students said au revoir to America and bonjour to France over April vacation on a weeklong adventure. They practiced the language, and immersed...

Sensing a smarter school

by Christopher Aring Science teacher Jason Neago and students Amelia Durawa, Aksel Cooperrider, Ethan Danielson, and Gavin Leuenberger plan how to set up the motion...

Jumping for joy in Spain

Juniors and sophomores on the Spanish trip jump for a picture in Zaragoza, Spain, during their weeklong trip.

The voices you can't hear

by Eva Wilson Two dozen students carried white sheets of paper through the halls on Friday, April 15. Each sheet of paper read the same...

Travelers return enlightened by Ireland

by Danielle Hopkins Elaine Weintraub's Irish history students got the luck of the Irish in their expedition to Ireland during April vacation. Eleven students and...

Island writers lend a helping pen

By Kaela Vecchia-Zeitz Nearly 30 members of the Vineyard literary community visited high school classes last week to spread their writing wisdom during the school’s...

Opioid addiction: One family's journey

By Olivia Jacobs "Drug overdoses are the No. 1 killer of teens in America, surpassing even automobile accidents," said the parents of a young man...