Monthly Archives: November 2015

Could your profile keep you from getting into college?

Maggie Toole Editor-in-chief (October 19, 2015) As seniors prepare to apply to college, many decide to change their Facebook name as an effort to lessen the chance of a college admissions officer finding negative information online. This fall, many Nantucket…

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Hey America, time to get rid of the guns

Callaghan Bartlett Editor-in-chief (October 19, 2015) Imagine someone told you that there is a disease that has killed more than 400,000 people from 2001 to 2013, and has already killed more than 10,000 people in 2015 alone. You would want…

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How to kill a natural born reader

Maggie Toole Editor-in-chief (October 19, 2015) I have stack of books on my bedside table that has been slowly growing for months. They are books that I bought in the Barnes and Noble in the mall or in the airport…

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Students complain of scheduling issues

Stefan Silverio Finance Director (October 19, 2015) With the number of students steadily rising at Nantucket High School, administrators are faced with the increasingly difficult task of creating a schedule that accommodates the course requirements, the requests of each student,…

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