Posts Tagged ‘ Callaghan ’

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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NES construction creates student parking problem

Callaghan Bartlett Editor-in-Chief (October 19, 2015) This week, construction on the elementary and intermediate school’s parking lot will commence. This construction will cause a strict limitation on student parking that will not be resolved until this winter at the earliest.…

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“Girls Fight Back” urges women to protect themselves

Participants in the Girls Fight Back program pose at the end of the seminar with GFB representative Nicole.

Callaghan Bartlett Sports editor (April 16, 2015) Girls Fight Back was founded by Erin Weed in 2001 in response to the murder of Weed’s friend and sorority sister Shannon McNamara. McNamara fought against her attacker, and was killed because of…

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NHS sailing team sees success in face of foul weather

NHS sailing team sees success in face of foul weather

Callaghan Bartlett Sports editor (April 16, 2015) The Nantucket High School sailing team started its 2015 season with a few minor setbacks – all weather related – which affected the practice schedule and cut short the first competition of the…

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Girls lacrosse team looks to improve in spring season

Callaghan Bartlett and Deanna Weatherly Sports editor & contributing writer (April 16, 2015) One of the most popular spring sports at Nantucket High School is girls lacrosse. With about 40 players on the team this year, the team is larger…

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Cape Wind project deemed “dead in the water”

Cape Wind project deemed “dead in the water”

Callaghan Bartlett Sports Editor (February 19, 2015)  Development of the wind farm project in Nantucket Sound has been halted by the termination of buying contracts by two major energy companies, National Grid and Nstar. Most recently, the developers of this…

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Debate Club attracts a plethora of new members

Callaghan Bartlett Sports Editor (February 19, 2015)  Debate Club, a recent addition to Nantucket High School’s roster of clubs, has gained much momentum this year, seeing attendances of over 20 students from different grades and different backgrounds. This dynamic club…

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Really? NFL team calendar picks worst possible photo for Black History Month

Callaghan Bartlett Sports Editor (February 19, 2015)  After releasing their 2015 calendar, fans of the Philadelphia Eagles noticed something wrong about the month of February. It turns out the month of February, also widely known as Black History Month, featured…

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“Grinding” outlawed at Halloween dance

Callaghan Bartlett Sports Editor (November 13, 2014)  A Nantucket High School tradition continued on October 31, when students packed into the Legion Hall for the annual Halloween Dance. But there was one big change at this year’s dance: a crackdown…

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Homecoming celebrates fall sports athletes

Callaghan Bartlett Sports editor (October 10, 2014) The annual Homecoming activities kicked off at Nantucket High School on Monday, September 29 with the start of Spirit Week. Students and staff members dressed up for different themed days to show school…

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