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  • August 31"Pursuant to state law, no expression made by students in the exercise of such rights shall be deemed to be an expression of school policy and no school officials shall be held responsible in any civil or criminal action for any expression made or published by the students."

The Ethicality of Banning Books

Jacklyn Thomas, Writer

March 10, 2020

There are decisions parents must make in order to protect their child, whether that be through not watching the news when their young child is in the room, or, in the case of this article, banning their children from reading cer...

Unknown Victories of the IHS Jazz Band

Erika Noftall

March 5, 2020

The word gets around quickly when it comes to the football team or the lacrosse team, but how much do students, faculty and administration hear about the band program at Ipswich High School? You could definitely say not a lot ...

It’s Just a Prank Bro

Chris Folan and Cam James

February 24, 2020

Senior pranks are often considered to be the highlight of many senior’s year. They provide a fun getaway from the more boring side of school and offer a great way to relieve stress against the school. However, recently, senior pra...

The Perks of Adopting a Pet

Shannon Gookin, Student

February 12, 2020

Pets are the cutest, most loving things a human could have. Yet, many animals are in shelters due to previous pet owners and being left astray in the wilderness. Animal shelters are pretty much required to take in animals, but ...

Preparation For College

Elisabeth Johnson, Journalist

January 23, 2020

Every senior goes through the ritual of feeling nervous, jittery and suspenseful while waiting for the response back from the college of their dreams. Congratulations, you’ve been accepted to our school, the most exciting s...


Wyatt O'Brien and Andrew Zambernardi, Publisher

January 21, 2020

Andrew and I chose the topic of political correctness and how we think that it has gone too far in this new age. In our opinion, we believe that it is important to be politically correct, but to an extent. People should be...

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