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Graduation Thoughts

Nikki Pignone

June 1, 2015

High school graduation is a huge milestone in everyone's lives. For most it means change is coming, from moving away to college and living on your own for the first time to working full time at a job in a field you are more interested in. Ev...

Isis

May 4, 2015

  Isis has become a movement that everyone is aware of.  Of course people know about the tragedies, and the chaos, but do they know why this is happening?  So many people are scared by the events happening, but don’...

MARCH MADNESS 2015!

MARCH MADNESS 2015!

April 16, 2015

Math in Life

April 16, 2015

As the years progress math seems to get harder and harder; “It’s the sort of subject where the topic being learned builds off of previous knowledge” said Christine Galanis (a former math teacher). Many students feel helpless...

A Cold Day on the MBTA

Matthew Carey, Journalist

March 18, 2015

You squeeze inside to find a place to sit or stand, as you begin your daily journey packed like a box of sardines. Blue collar and white collar workers scattered with commuting students, the sleep is still hanging in the ...

2015 Ipswich Tigers Baseball

March 18, 2015

  Spring is right around the corner, hopefully if the snow will melt. This spring the Ipswich Tigers baseball team is looking to have a great season, and most of all it should be interesting. We have a strong group of...

Senioritis

March 18, 2015

Senioritis: a contagious illness of seniors in their final year of high school or college, often shown by a decline in motivation or performance. Senioritis is a common term mainly used in school to describe the decreased motivation...

The Final Countdown

Marissa Cain

May 8, 2014

What better way to spend your last few days as a high school student than to participate in entertaining events with your class? This year’s senior week is scheduled with fun-filled events ranging from bowling locally to travell...

Celiac Disease

May 7, 2014

1 in every 133 Americans has Celiac Disease.  Celiac Disease is becoming more and more common.  Celiac disease is a condition that damages the lining of the small intestine and prevents it from absorbing parts of food that are...

PCP infected rats leads to stunning results regarding Schizophrenia

Hannah Crowe-Cumella

May 4, 2014

  For decades Schizophrenia has been a disease with no form of treatment. It has remained the most common disease linked to shootings. It sweeps into the mind causing its victim to be manifested in a life of paranoia, delusions and hallucinations. Ipswich High Scho...

Parking Fee?

Maia McKinney, Journalist

April 11, 2014

One of the most well known historic places in Ipswich is our very own Crane's Beach. People travel from all different towns to come spend the day at Cranes with their friends and family; the beach is very well kept and family frien...

Dreams of the Overshadowed

Dan Mazzieo

April 8, 2014

Going hard is what lax players do best; so after the disappointment of last season, it's easy to see why Ipswich varsity is looking to turn the team around and kick some butt. While everyone is getting excited for baseball season starting up, the lacrosse team has their o...

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