Opinion: The irony of fairness in the trans youth sports debate
TALES OF A TRAVELING HOOP ( . . . or how a US Olympic gymnast flies to the Summer Games in Tokyo)
Boating Is back In business
Evita Griskenas perseveres on her way to the Olympics 
It’s almost time for Evita Griskenas’s Olympic moment
Boston Cannons right on target at Harvard Stadium
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‘The Green Knight’ combines fantasy with horror
‘Summertime’ radiates young talent in a vibrant Los Angeles
“In The Heights”: The power of a little dream
‘The Tomorrow War’: Can Chris Pratt save us from the White Spikes?
With “F9: The Fast Saga,” this movie franchise shows no signs of slowing down
“The Way I See It” focuses on the presidency from an entirely new angle
Young “Lion King” voice actors talk school, “Old Town Road,” and who met Beyoncé first

Young “Lion King” voice actors talk school, “Old Town Road,” and who met Beyoncé first

July 20, 2019

“The Lion King” may look different, but all the good feelings remain

“The Lion King” may look different, but all the good feelings remain

July 18, 2019

It takes a while to warm to “The Sun is Also a Star”

It takes a while to warm to “The Sun is Also a Star”

May 17, 2019

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Opinion: The irony of fairness in the trans youth sports debate
Both sides of aisle happy to support return of The Constituents
Trump criticizes protesters, Democrats at first pandemic-era rally in New England
Political Discussions in the Classroom
“The Way I See It” focuses on the presidency from an entirely new angle
Joe Biden addresses voters’ concerns regarding his campaign and coronavirus
Joe Biden campaigns via “Tele-Town Hall”

Joe Biden campaigns via “Tele-Town Hall”

March 18, 2020

Entering the world of journalism and politics

Entering the world of journalism and politics

February 12, 2020

John Dickerson and Ann Compton offer valuable insight on campaign history

John Dickerson and Ann Compton offer valuable insight on campaign history

February 10, 2017

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Five members of the Brookline High Class of 2020 (from left) Anna Dong, Clay Baker-Lerner, Dee-nah Wattana, Renata Shen, and Yiming Fu.
Facing the unknown and the unprecedented
Anoushka Mallik, Brookline High • May 18, 2020

As COVID-19 swept through the nation, many lives were thrown off course, including those of many students in the Class of 2020. In the midst...

Two members of the Westborough (Mass.) High Class of 2020 (from left) Sam Stucchi and Rachel Lehman.
Reflective and somber, excited and hopeful
Shannon Clark, Westborough High • May 18, 2020

Your local movie theater is closed. So is the breakfast place everyone dines at. You can’t even walk down the street without a mask covering...

Three members of the Iowa City West High Class of 2020 (from left) Brett Cherry, Kaitlyn Hansen, and Nolan Lounsbery.
'I wish I had known that this would be the end'
Hanah Kitamoto, Iowa City West High • May 18, 2020

Typically during this time of year, high school seniors could be seen wearing their caps and gowns walking across a stage, or being occupied...

'Together in a beautifully ironic way'
Evan Fleischer, Watertown High • May 18, 2020

Being a senior myself who is directly impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, it is hard to know that my ending to high school will be a very lessened...

The victorious Purple team celebrates its 2019 powderpuff victory at Everett (Mass.) High
For high school seniors, the last days are torn away
Amera Lila, Everett High • May 18, 2020

When the abrupt news of all public schools closing broke, high school seniors nationwide found themselves at a loss. For some, the last few months...

Senior boys at Franklin (Mass.) High earned viral status with their video performance of I Want It That Way”. by the Backstreet Boys.
The 2020 legacy
Emma Nicholson, Franklin High • May 18, 2020

“Memorable.”  When asked to describe their high school experience in one word, this is the word that the majority of Franklin (Mass.)...

Edward Lu enjoys an episode of “My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.”
High school seniors share 'silver linings' amid a year cut short
Lauren Chen, Dougherty Valley High • May 18, 2020

As the weather gets warmer and summer slowly draws near, high school seniors would normally be donning colorful caps and gowns, getting ready...

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Take a dive Into Bahari
“Billy Joel A to Z”: Dive into the musical alphabet with Dave Juskow and Elon Altman 
The story of Bahari: Its origins and the journey ahead
Bahari: A duo ready to make waves
For NoMBe, the pandemic brought about a new home, a new process, and a new album
NoMBe: An artist to watch
A Passion for Producing

A Passion for Producing

March 31, 2021

Exclusive Interview with Payton Moormeier

Exclusive Interview with Payton Moormeier

February 11, 2021

John K has a lot of love (and everything else) to share

November 4, 2020

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A number of politically conservative students at Dougherty Valley High School have felt silenced in the community and urge for greater tolerance.
Conservative students urge for open discussions in the classroom
Lauren Chen/Dougherty Valley, Amrita Himmatraopet/Dougherty Valley, and Drishti Upadhyaya/Dougherty Valley April 30, 2021

(Lauren Chen, Amrita Himmatraopet, and Drishti Upadhyaya from Dougherty Valley High in San Ramon, Calif., were winners in Headliners in Education's...

A firsthand view to schools around the world during a pandemic
Ani Seppelin/Oakmont Regional April 30, 2021

(Ani Seppelin from Oakmont Regional in Ashburnham, Mass., was a winner in Headliners in Education's April 2021 contest for Best Education Story....

A Discord screen. Image by Marissa Cronin. Note: the conversation in the image was created for the purpose of illustration and is not real
Group Chats: Cheating Platform or Learning Aid? Hunter’s Still Figuring It Out
Seon Pollard/Hunter College April 30, 2021

(Seon Pollard from Hunter College in New York was a winner in Headliners in Education's April 2021 contest for Best Education Story. Read the...

This picture by Shiah McLain of Maize South High in Wichita, Kan., was honored in the category of BEST EDUCATION PHOTO in HiEs April 2021 contest. Here is original caption: Mrs. Buchanan walks her students through instructions for their observation days at Pray Woodman and Vermillion Elementary during the third week of school on Monday, Sept. 21.
April 2021 and February/March 2021 photo contest winners
Headliners in Education April 30, 2021

The following photos were honored in the Headliners in Education's April 2021 and February/March 2021 contests. To take part in the current contest,...

The interpretation of Title IX is at the crux of any conversation regarding trans student-athletes.
Opinion: The irony of fairness in the trans youth sports debate
Michaela Wang, Newark Academy • July 31, 2021

In early March, the New Jersey statehouse introduced the “Fairness in Women’s Sport Act,” which would “secure a fair and level playing field” in women’s sports...

The cast of The Constituents dressed in character backstage at their July 1, 2021, show at Union Stage in Washington, D.C.
Both sides of aisle happy to support return of The Constituents
Hailey Baker , Quince Orchard High • July 30, 2021

“Hey ya’ll. My name is Marjorie Taylor Greene. You know, I’m like the perfect mix between an aggressive dance mom and a trailer park Karen,” Kylie Lowe said after...

Nine-year-old Skylar paints a canvas to accompany the clay flower she created in a previous session aboard the School Bus Studio.
The bus-iness of art
Maya Dawson, Conifer High • July 9, 2021

The wheels on the bus go round and round, seemingly unaware of the summer break that leaves other school buses vacant. This bus, however, is not taking kids to art class …...

Jeffery Wright, Isabelle Koerner, and Nate DeGregorio stand in front of a welcome sign at the boat house at at Hopkinton (Mass.) State Park.
Boating Is back In business
Sidhi Dhanda, Hopkinton High • July 8, 2021

The 2010s tunes are playing on the radio, campers are running around, some playing four-square while others have a chin-up competition. Out on the Hopkinton Reservoir, five...

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CityWalk at Universal Studios Hollywood.
Universal Studios Hollywood: Rides, reviews, and recommendations
Apoorva Khandelwal, California High School • August 29, 2021

“Aww,” the crowd said when animal actors came on stage. “Ahhhh,” the audience screamed in excitement when water was dumped on them from WaterWorld. Universal Studios Hollywood...

Isabella Namaksy stands before a map of the Colorado Trail after completing her five-week solo hike.
Hiking the Colorado Trail alone
Maya Dawson, Conifer High • August 14, 2021

After senior year, some students spend the summer relaxing. Others go to parties. Recent Conifer (Colo.) High School graduate Isabella Namaksy, however, spent her last summer before...

The Aqua volcano adds a breathtaking backdrop to picturesque Antigua, Guatemala.
Why visit Antigua, Guatemala, of all places? Well, there's the coffee, the volcanoes, the architecture . . .
Ashley Choi, Christian Academy of Guatemala • August 10, 2021

With the deadly virus around the world, life has become more stressful and restricted. In order to get rid of all the anxiety, the best solution is to go on a break. A place where...

King Richard himself (right) performs in the musical, one of the many free shows to be found at King Richards Faire in Carver, Mass., through Oct. 22, 2017.
A day at King Richard’s Faire is one you will not soon forget
Angelina Kemmett, Matignon • September 29, 2017

Walking into King Richard’s Faire in Carver, Mass., you are instantly transported to the 16th century. Mothers and fathers walk around in corsets or plague masks, with turkey...

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