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What Do Your Dreams Mean?

Kayla Jorgenson, Staff Writer

April 5, 2019

Dreams are the subject of great debate amongst dream experts, sleep researchers and doctors, but have you ever had a weird or crazy dream that you couldn’t explain? Here are some of the most common dreams many people exper...

Resolve to Keep Your Resolutions

Maeve Bedenkop, Staff Writer

April 5, 2019

Making a resolution to make a change that benefits your life is a tradition for many on Jan. 1. With good intentions of starting the year off right, many people look to improve upon their last year. Goals like working out more, eat...

Nurse Offers Tips to Avoid Cold and Flu

Graciella Arrascue, Staff Writer

April 5, 2019

It is always challenging to avoid getting sick during the winter months, especially in a large, populated building like Barnstable High School. Nurse Trish Tucker has words of advice for avoiding sickness this winter. “We see more illne...

Winter Depression Affects Many

Christmaelle Vernet, Staff Writer

April 5, 2019

It’s Winter. The season of holidays, snow, family, friends, and food. It seems as though winter should be the season to feel happy, right? For many that is just not the case. With the incoming cold, drab, and monotonous weather, come...

10 Questions with Phoebe Papvasiliou

Liisa Aalto, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018

1. What has been your funniest moment so far at BHS? “When I got caught in a random teacher’s room looking at his fish when he wasn’t there and he walked in and I screamed.” 2. If you got in trouble with no explanation,...

Positive Teachers Affect Students in a Positive Way

Rebecca Brady, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018

High School can be a very stressful time for students. Between tests, quizzes, essays and more; school can become very overwhelming. Due to this, students are always looking for easy ways to subside some of this stress. Though,...

Cheap Eats: Daily Paper Stacks Savings

Bridget Botelho, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018

Money doesn’t grow on trees. But hearty food does at the Daily Paper located on 644 West Main St., Hyannis. Within close proximity to Barnstable High School, serving breakfast and lunch at reasonable prices, it makes sense...

Ellis Says #Enough

Kayla Jorgenson, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018

Senior Colleen Ellis is known for her efforts in many different clubs here at Barnstable, but she has often been recognized as the face behind the Barnstable Enough movement, which advocates for gun safety and safer schools. Ellis started...

Classroom Decoration At Its Best

Linnea Fawkes, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018

Each teacher and faculty member decorates his or her room and office space to suit his or her personality. After all, it's the space where they spend the majority of their day. A classroom can ideally tell a story of the...

The Keys to Freedom

Nicholas Kallipolites, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018

Once you pass your driver’s test you hold the keys of freedom in your hand. For the entirety of your life, you’ve had to ask your parents/guardians for a ride. If you needed to be somewhere on short notice, the responsibil...

Conserving Cape Cod

Caroline Lewis, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018

Today’s world appears to be so fascinating, the latest technology, inventions, and modern conveniences making it seem like the world is progressing to become a better place. But beneath the benefits of these modern innovations lies...

Technology: Embracing the Change

Abby Olsen, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018

The usage of technology in our daily lives is rapidly growing; not just at home, but in school too. Whether it be through apps like kahoot to test student’s knowledge, online testing, or using chromebooks in class to do lesson...

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