Posts Tagged ‘ Nate ’

Why don’t we converse on the phone anymore?

Nate Goss Editor-in-chief (April 16, 2015)  When I was little, the amount of work required to hang out with my friends was tremendous. First I would have to look up their home phone number in the telephone book, then I…

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Nantucket mourns loss of Robin Harvey

Nantucket mourns loss of Robin Harvey

Nate Goss Editor-in-Chief (February 19, 2015)  In a tragic accident, School Committee member and SeaGrille restaurant co-owner Robin Harvey, 58, died on Sunday, February 1 after being hit by a car while running on Milestone Road. Harvey, a beloved community…

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Of course the Charlie Hebdo killers are terrorists

Nate Goss Editor-in-Chief (February 19, 2015)  The satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo has become the focus of an argument following the January 7 shooting, which killed 12 people and injured 11 more. The shooters, Chérif Kouachi and Saïd Kouachi, targeted…

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Football falls to the Vineyard

Nate Goss Editor-in-Chief (December 15, 2014)  The Island Cup has been the centerpiece for the annual Nantucket Martha’s Vineyard rivalry game for the past 36 years. This year, first-year coach Brian Ryder’s 8-2 Whalers faced off against 26-year veteran coach…

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School buses called overcrowded

School buses called overcrowded

Nate Goss Editor-in-Chief (November 13, 2014)  The issue of overcrowding has become prominent in the Nantucket Public Schools system over the past year, and now it seems it’s not just the buildings. It’s the buses too. A complaint about overcrowded…

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The importance of relaxation and happiness

Nate Goss Editor-in-Chief (November 13, 2014)  Too often in life we are overcome with the sheer amount of work placed in front of us every day. Be it school, a job, homework, college applications, sports, clubs, etc., the stress so…

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Athlete of the Month: football star Fervon Phillips

Athlete of the Month: football star Fervon Phillips

Nate Goss Editor-in-Chief  (November 13, 2014) Senior captain Fervon Phillips has emerged as the Whalers’ star fullback in their first eight games. He has rushed for over 600 yards on 70 carries and has scored five touchdowns. Phillips has averaged…

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PPAA no longer school club, group’s mission questioned

Nate Goss & Sophie Davies Editors-in-Chief (October 10, 2014)  Recently, the Peers Promoting Action Awareness (PPAA) group has come under scrutiny at Nantucket High School. The group’s mission is to “serve as positive role models and educate their peers on…

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Some words are all too common at NHS

Nate Goss Editor-in-Chief (October 10, 2014)  There seems to be an illusion cast over today’s society that to use “gay” or “retarded” as an insult tantamount to calling someone “obnoxious” or “stupid.” This is both insensitive and nonsensical. The rise…

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Football starts season undefeated under new coach

Football starts season undefeated under new coach

Nate Goss  Editor-in-chief  (October 14, 2014) The Nantucket High School football team began its season with a four-game winning streak under the leadership of newly appointed head coach Brian Ryder. Ryder previously coached middle school football at the Boys and Girls…

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