Posts Tagged ‘ Sophie ’

Helium balloons banned on Nantucket

Mylar balloons are currently sold at the Nantucket Stop and Shop.

Mia Silverio & Sophie Davies Editors-in-chief (April 16, 2015) Island voters have endorsed a ban on helium balloons on Nantucket. The new law was proposed by Scott Leonard, the Director of Operations at the Nantucket Marine Mammal Conservation Program, who…

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Always try to be a genuinely kind human being

Sophie Davies Editor-in-chief (April 16, 2015)  There’s no way for me to say this without sounding like an overly cheery and optimistic kindergarten teacher, so I’m just going to say it: I don’t think there is  anything more important in…

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Something Natural Food Review

Sophie Davies Editor-in-chief (April 16, 2015) I had been trying to come up with an eatery to write about for several days, but to no avail. Lucky for me (and the staff of Veritas), I started craving a sandwich. Naturally,…

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Sophie’s Choice: Kitty Murtagh’s

Sophie Davies Editor-in-Chief (March 28, 2015)  Is it inappropriate for me to write about an Irish bar for a food review for a student-run newspaper? Well, regardless, imma do it, ‘cause Kitty Murtagh’s is flippin’ awesome (I hope you’re enjoying…

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Why do we forget when we walk through a door?

Sophie Davies Editor-in-Chief (March 28, 2015)  I’m gonna go out on a limb here and say I know something everyone in the entire universe has experienced: that dreadful, gut-wrenching feeling when you walk aaaallll the way to your room, only…

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The pursuit of perfection may not be a joyful one

Sophie Davies Editor-in-Chief (February 19, 2015)  Across the United States, there is a growing trend; certificates of excellence, ribbons, and trophies for fifth place have become commonplace. Time and again, we hear coaches, teachers, parents, and other adults and friends…

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Tattoos are becoming commonplace at NHS

Tattoos are becoming commonplace at NHS

Sophie Davies Editor-in-Chief (February 19, 2015)  The Nantucket High School Swimming and Diving team experienced an extremely successful season, despite weather-related obstacles. The boys team finished in first place at the Bay Colony Conference Championships in early February, while the…

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Sophie’s Choice: Stubbys

Sophie Davies Editor-in-Chief (February 19, 2015)  I don’t know if it’s just an American thing, but one thing is for sure: no matter where you go, it seems that each town has its own local place where you can get…

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The Best and Worst of Disney’s Princesses

Sophie Davies Editor-in-Chief (February 19, 2015) Worst: Ariel Ahhh Ariel…what a great role model for a little girl. Where would she be without Ariel showing her that the only way to attract a boy is to never speak and change…

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Tattoos are becoming commonplace at NHS

Tattoos are becoming commonplace at NHS

Sophie Davies Editor-in-chief (Thursday, February 19, 2015) Tattoos are by no means an uncommon sight at Nantucket High School. Students and teachers alike sport tattoos of all kinds, from nautical themed anchors and fish, to patterns and meaningful quotes. Upon…

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