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Hawk.0 Episode 4

November 7, 2017 4:22pm | Hawk.0 Team

This week on Hawk.0 we cover how the fall sports season went! In the poll section, we asked you which donut chain is best: Dunkin Donuts, Krispy Kreme, or Heavenly Donuts! Tune in for the results of the poll and our very own in-studio taste […]

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 […]

Women’s March — A Student Experience

March 9, 2017 10:19pm | Ava Comeau

The Women’s March took place on January 21st to protest the inauguration of Donald Trump. Over 2 million people participated worldwide, including sophomore Sophie Dagostino, who attended the march on Washington D.C. What made you want to attend the Women’s March? I wanted to attend […]

Boys Basketball vs. Salem Blue Devils

March 8, 2017 10:20pm | Ben Baldasaro

Boys Basketball took on the Salem Blue Devils in a preliminary-round matchup. At the end of the first quarter, it looked as if an upset could occur as the 12th seeded Blue Devils led by one over 5th ranked Exeter. Exeter struggled to get going […]

2017 Winter Carnival

February 21, 2017 4:00am | RJ Sawyer

Each year, the week before February break is reserved for Winter Carnival, widely regarded as the most fun week of the year. You’ve no doubt seen the decorated Commons areas, or seen people wearing jeans on their head. Here’s what you need to know: dress […]

Boys Hockey Against Hanover

January 27, 2017 12:44am | Ben Baldasaro

Wednesday the Boys hockey team fell into another one-goal loss to the Hanover Marauders. Hanover started the scoring with a goal two minutes and 51 seconds into the contest. Jensen Dodge, of Hannover, scored on a rebound off of the pads of the Exeter netminder, […]

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 […]

2017 Midterms

January 4, 2017 9:20pm | RJ Sawyer

It’s January again, and that means one thing: Midterms. Those long, drawn-out tests that count for a large portion of your grade? The exams that cover information from the last 6 months? Yeah, those. If you want midterm week to go well, you need to be […]

Talon Advice Column: December 16th

December 15, 2016 7:29pm | Maria Koch, Vivian Reeder, Erika Petersen

Dear Talon, I am struggling to find sleep and study. What do I do? Sincerely, Barely Making It   Dear Barely Making It, Balancing school work, extracurriculars, a social life, and sleep is a challenging part of high school. The easiest way to be able […]

Thoughts On 2016 Election Outcome

December 15, 2016 7:28pm | Ben Baldasaro

Two summers ago I sat in a history class at Phillips Exeter Academy. My teacher, a political science professor at Brown, started laughing. “Donald Trump is actually running for President,” she said. She was, as any Brown professor is, very liberal. “I can’t imagine anyone […]