• Don’t feel blue, think pink

    Don’t feel blue, think pink

    ALEXANDER OAKS, Staff Writer, Editor

    October 20, 2017

    October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and to honor and acknowledge this, GHS language teachers Ms. Carol Finacey and Ms. Rayanne Menery have spent the last handful of weeks selling pink t-shirts emblazoned with the phrase “GHS Thinks Pink” across the front. On Friday, October 20th, all st...

    GHS students and faculty, adorned in pink, arrange themselves in a heart shape.

    Alexander Oaks

  • Field hockey team advances to state tournament

    Field hockey team advances to state tournament

    DELANEY BENCHOFF, Staff Writer

    October 20, 2017

    Six and a half weeks and twelve games into the fall season, and Gloucester High School remains undefeated. Their 9-0-3 record can stand alone in describing the new year and team. With only four games remaining in the regular season, the team has high hopes for finishing the season off with no losses. ...

    Sophomore Cate Delaney assists Junior Jemima Grow

    Jason Grow

  • XC season faces difficulty

    XC season faces difficulty

    SARAH WHITMORE, Staff Writer

    October 17, 2017

    The beginning of the season appeared hopeful for the boys and girls cross country teams, as the girls aimed to defend their NEC championship title and the boys began to rebuild. But a new season has brought new challenges. With a new coach- the third new cross country coach this year’s seniors h...

    Captains Kory Hurd and Lindsey Parisi smile for a picture at their meet in Ravenswood Park.

    Sarah Whitmore

  • Health fair showcases opportunities for students

    Health fair showcases opportunities for students

    MADISON LAING and KAYLA PENNIMPEDE

    October 11, 2017

    In need of volunteer hours and health information? There are plenty of programs that may be a suitable fit for you; many of which were introduced to GHS at the annual health fair on September 29th. Held in the GHS fieldhouse, students were educated on programs that take place in the community. E...

    Nurse Practitioner Linda Gipstein, who works in the GHS Health Center, educates students on healthy decision making at the GHS health fair on September 29th

    Vidriana Catanzaro

  • An open letter to someone with depression

    An open letter to someone with depression

    GIANNA CABRAL, Staff Writer

    October 11, 2017

    Dear whoever is listening, Depression is not something people want to talk about. It's a topic that tends to be avoided, even though it's an important conversation to have. Before you stop reading this, I know you clicked on this article for a reason. Maybe because you are struggling with depression...

News

Don’t feel blue, think pink

Don’t feel blue, think pink

ALEXANDER OAKS, Staff Writer, Editor

October 20, 2017No Comments

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and to honor and acknowledge this, GHS language teachers Ms. Carol Finacey and Ms. Rayanne Menery have spent the last handful of weeks selling pink t-shirts emblazoned with t...

Health fair showcases opportunities for students

Health fair showcases opportunities for students

MADISON LAING and KAYLA PENNIMPEDE

October 11, 2017No Comments

In need of volunteer hours and health information? There are plenty of programs that may be a suitable fit for you; many of which were introduced to GHS at the annual health fair on September 29th. Held in the GHS field...

Facing food waste

Facing food waste

BRANDON SMITH and JESSE ALEXANDER

October 10, 20171 Comment

How often do you throw away uneaten food that you receive from school lunches? If you do not know the answer already, think about this: the amount of food waste generated in the U.S. has increased by 35 percent, since...

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Features

What do international teens really think about America?

What do international teens really think about America?

CAROLINE ENOS, Staff Writer, Editor

September 6, 20176 Comments

As one of five American teenagers who attended a Goethe Institut international media education course in Bielefeld, Germany this summer, I expected to see dozens of diverse cultures among the sixty students from fifteen cou...

  • Mr. Martinson to retire with memorable moments and plans for the future June 16, 2017
  • GHS says goodbye and thank you to Tim Kearns June 13, 2017
  • Student profile: Gillnetter cartoonist Rachel Nearis June 5, 2017
  • Sheltered English Immersion program to expand next year May 25, 2017

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Sports

Field hockey team advances to state tournament

Field hockey team advances to state tournament

DELANEY BENCHOFF, Staff Writer

October 20, 2017No Comments

Six and a half weeks and twelve games into the fall season, and Gloucester High School remains undefeated. Their 9-0-3 record can stand alone in describing the new year and team. With only four ga...

XC season faces difficulty

XC season faces difficulty

October 17, 2017

Fishermen rush past Somerville at Homecoming

Fishermen rush past Somerville at Homecoming

September 27, 2017

Girls soccer off to a strong start

Girls soccer off to a strong start

September 27, 2017

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