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What To Do During Quarantine

May 25, 2020 12:52am | Colin Marquis

We all just learned that we’re not going back to school for the rest of the year; and I’m aware that we are all probably sick of staying home, so I just wanted to give some suggestions for stuff to do during the last months […]

East Kingston Honors Graduating Seniors

May 6, 2020 5:58pm | Charlotte Sckaal

On Saturday, May 2,  East Kingston’s Main Street was decorated with banners, each with a picture and name of a graduating high school senior. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, most all senior activities at Exeter High School and across the country have been cancelled or […]

School Dances are Coming Back to EHS

December 16, 2019 6:16pm | Charlotte Sckaal

It has been almost five years since SAU16 and Exeter High School banned dances after a disastrous homecoming dance in September of 2015. The decision to ban dances came from former superintendent, Micheal Morgan, and former principal, Mr. Tremblay. In 2015, Morgan said to Seacoast […]

Senate Attends Camp Lincoln Conference

November 22, 2019 12:09pm | Charlotte Sckaal

On October 8, the Exeter High School student senate participated in a southern district conference composing of a total of five schools from Southern NH. The 27 Exeter students were able to participate in fun team building exercises throughout the grounds of Camp Lincoln. Senate […]

Stranger Things at Exeter High School

November 22, 2019 12:09pm | Taylor Montgomery

Everybody knows the show Stranger Things, right? The answer is yes.  Well, in September, the famous Matty Cardarople, who played Keith the arcade clerk in Stranger Things, was back at his alma mater: Exeter High School.  During the time that Matty was here, he was […]

Sarah Kay and Phil Kaye Perform at EHS

November 22, 2019 12:08pm | Taylor Montgomery

Close your eyes and listen to what people around you are saying. Can you picture their words turning into colors like a painting? Visualize the rhythms and rhymes that flow out of their mouths like a river. Now open your eyes and say the first […]

The Hypocrisy of “Thoughts and Prayers”

February 18, 2018 5:13pm | Ava Comeau

On February 14th, 17 people were killed in a mass shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Politicians wasted no time speaking out. The tragically too common phrase “thoughts and prayers” was thrown around. Yet, is there any true meaning behind this statement, […]

UMass MUN Recap

April 14, 2017 10:23pm | Julia Williams

Exeter High School was represented exceptionally well at the latest UMass Amherst conference in March, with many students bringing back awards. Press Corps students worked tirelessly throughout the entire weekend to put together a publication overviewing snapshots of what went on inside every committee. If you’re interested in Model United […]

UMass Amherst MUN 2017

February 22, 2017 7:44pm | Julia Williams

Committees for the UMass Amherst Model United Nations annual conference have been posted. For those unfamiliar, Model United Nations is a mock United Nations meeting where students from different schools represent entities—usually countries or personas—and debate about possible solutions to the world’s most pressing problems. Committee […]

Women’s March

January 21, 2017 5:06pm | Sophia Mao

On January 21st, the National Organizers of the Women’s March on Washington encourages everyone of all genders, ethnicities, and religious faiths to gather together. This march honors the champions of human rights and supports the protection of family, friends, health, and safety. The organizers who […]