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Tips for the 2018-2019 School Year

August 19, 2018 1:14pm | Abigail Snee

Summer is starting to wind down and all-too-eager parents are swarming local stores to buy colorful school supplies for their children. As students, we are beginning to realize that waking up early and hitting the books is just around the corner. We try to squeeze […]

“Leaves Turn Inside You” Album Review

December 1, 2017 6:11pm | Owen Morrissey

Unwound’s 2001 album Leaves Turn Inside You is one of those pieces of art that, to try to describe, would be like trying to recreate a Pollock painting with crayons. Everything that it means to me, everything that I love about it, and especially my […]

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 […]

CRISIS IN AMERICA: Water Bottle Flipping

March 15, 2017 7:00pm | Ryan Foley

Today in America, when one thinks about what happens on the streets of a suburban neighborhood, they think of children playing, neighbors gossiping, barbecues, block parties, and even the occasional obese jogger, but a new, fierce, and commanding influence has stormed the lives of children […]

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 […]

Deport Capitalism To Mars

November 18, 2016 8:04pm | Julia Williams

Anyone who’s been paying attention to the election results and the issues that were on the ballot knows that climate change reform just got drop-kicked out of the White House. Republican presidential nominee, Trump, did not express any concerns about climate change throughout his entire […]

Book Reading at Local Water Street Bookstore

November 14, 2016 5:11pm | Rhys Forster

In 1890, one of the greatest horror writers of the next century was born. H.P. Lovecraft began his weird, dark fantasy writings in the early 20th century, which continued up until his life’s end in 1937. He published in small ‘pulp’ magazines, and only really […]

History of the Week: September 11, 2001

September 26, 2016 8:53pm | Erika Petersen

Editor’s Note: This article is from week of September 11, and met an unexpected delay in publication. It seems only right to begin this year’s History of The Week Column on this particular week with the anniversary of 9/11, an event that has gone down […]

Class of 2016 Senior Map

June 3, 2016 5:59pm | Shereen Elaidi, Rob Walsh, Neil Lauran

Congratulations to all the seniors graduating this year. Below is the digital version of the senior map. Zoom in to view specific locations. To view who’s attending which college, zoom in and click on the red pointers to see the name of the college or […]

Ted Cruz Presidential Profile

May 3, 2016 8:28pm | Noah Thomas

Ted Cruz Ted Cruz is seeking the GOP nomination for the 2016 Presidential Election. Ted Cruz is classified as a hardcore conservative by On the Issues, meaning that he believes that social standards should be dictated by the government, but that there should be little […]