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College Letters: Lydia Gullicksen

College Letters: Lydia Gullicksen

Lydia Gullicksen Veritas Alumna (November 13, 2014)  I am attending Sweet Briar College in Virginia, and it is absolutely wonderful. There were a few minor bumps in the beginning but now it’s going really well. There was an incident where…

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Tidbits of high school advice from Lydia

(June 12, 2014)  This has been the year of lasts: my last football game, pep rally, Halloween dance, prom, band concert, the last time all my friends and I will ever (however grudgingly) be under the same roof everyday, and…

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Sinclair and Wilson at home at the Nantucket Skate park

Sinclair and Wilson at home at the Nantucket Skate park

Lydia Gullicksen & Amanda Sandoval Editors-in-Chief     (May 15, 2014) The Nantucket Skatepark, located on Backus Lane, provides Nantucketers, including talented high school students Larry Wilson and Volney Sinclair, with an ideal place to skateboard or bike. Wilson has been…

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Make your house number visible; it could save your life

Lydia Gullicksen Editor-in-Chief   (May 15, 2014)  I want everyone to picture something for me. It’s nighttime and you’re home alone. Something terrible has just happened: you’ve had a heart-attack or a knife slipped and cut off your finger and…

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Peter and John includes several NHS students

Peter and John includes several NHS students

Lydia Gullicksen Editor-in-Chief   (May 15, 2014)  The film Peter and John, directed by Jay Craven, was filmed throughout the month of April on Nantucket and many locals were involved in the filming process. Former Nantucket High School student Grace…

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Cliffnotes: The War of the Roses

Lydia Gullicksen Veritas Editor-in-Chief  (April 28, 2014) Once upon a time in a place that particularly liked tea (which is why the colonists throw it into the harbor but that’s a story for a different time), everyone really liked fighting each other…

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Author Julie Berry leads seminar on her novel with NHS students

By Lydia Gullicksen Editor-in-Chief   (April 28, 2014)  Novelist Julie Berry, author of “All the Truth That’s in Me,” visited Nantucket High School and held a seminar in which she spoke about her novel with students. The session was held…

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Argument on Frozen: Because it’s not overdone enough already

Callaghan Bartlett Managing Editor (April 28, 2014) Why its the best Disney movie ever 1. “Let it Go” Why is such a short part of the movie my number one reason for liking “Frozen”? Just listen to this song and…

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The search for a college roommate: it’s going to be okay

Lydia Gullicksen Editor-in-Chief     (April 28, 2014)  Preparing for college is not an easy time in one’s life. Applications seem endless, deadlines are always sooner than they appear, large and small envelopes arrive but your work still isn’t finished.…

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NHS Sports Teams Begin Practicing for Spring Season

  Nate Goss Copy Editor   (March 27, 2014)  Nantucket High School’s five spring sports teams began practicing last week and are preparing for competitive play to begin. The boy’s baseball team will be led by newly appointed head coach…

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