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Nuclear Security in the Age of Terrorism

Nuclear Security in the Age of Terrorism

By Noah Schwartz Nuclear power has always been controversial, with the power to bring energy to so many and also the potential to do irrevocable amounts of harm. Following gains made by ISIS in a possible search for a nuclear weapon, this is a vitally important topic of discussion for the Seacoast as it directly affects Dover. Following the bombings in Belgium, it was discovered that the main suspects had been videotaping a chief Belgian nuclear scientist. In … Read entire article »

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Aliens – Fact or Fiction?

Aliens – Fact or Fiction?

By Sophie Rancourt -This article part of a series of articles investigating conspiracy theories and myths. Aliens have been a key part of our culture for many years, being featured in countless books and films, and sparking tourist attractions in dozens of towns. From UFOs to the kind-hearted E.T. and the scary monsters on-board spaceships, the movies have been calling attention to … Read entire article »

The Seekers of Freedom

The Seekers of Freedom

By: Destynee Robidoux Every year, there are roughly 1 million people seeking asylum around the world. Individuals flee their home countries in hopes of escaping from violence, poverty, lack of education, and the absence of aid. Upon their arrival, seekers believe they have found their independence, but the fight to make ends meet becomes tougher than they had imagined. National asylum organizations make … Read entire article »

Road to Change?

Road to Change?

By: Kate Hicking Soon-to-be graduates of DHS are anticipating life outside of high school. Whether it’s college, or work, students are ready to embrace the “real world” in a variety of ways. Many are wanting to make a change that will benefit the community. Everyday people are constantly watching or hearing about preventable tragedies and issues happening around the world. From weather related … Read entire article »

New Hampshire All State Music Festival

New Hampshire All State Music Festival

By Sasha Jost As the majority of Dover High students enjoyed their day off from school due to a teacher’s workshop on Friday, April 8th, a small group of them were busy rehearsing at Concord High School for the New Hampshire All State Music Festival. Hundreds of select student musicians from all over the state came together and worked rigorously all … Read entire article »

Kobe’s Final Season

Kobe’s Final Season

By Sarah White Kobe Bryant’s career is beginning to wind down after 20 years. Many people are sad to see him leave, but are so proud of how far he has come. His coach, Byron Scott, who said, “It kind of shocked me when he told me; I’m just sad more than anything. Somebody who I truly care, have a lot … Read entire article »

Dealing With Stress

Dealing With Stress

By McKenna Newell Stress is something that everyone deals with in their day-to-day life. It is nearly impossible to avoid and it is one of the few things that pretty much everyone has in common. Stress is defined as a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or very demanding circumstances. Unsurprisingly, seniors in high school who are trying to … Read entire article »

Gender Pay Gap in Women’s Soccer

Gender Pay Gap in Women’s Soccer

By Christian Towle Gender equality has been a major issue in this country for a long time. From equal pay and voting rights to misogyny and gender roles, gender has been debated frequently and passionately in our society, particularly in the last 50 years. Now this conversation has turned toward the United States Women’s National Soccer Team (USWNST). Stars of the women’s soccer … Read entire article »

Making the Most of Senior Year

By Danielle Quigley As the end of the year approaches, the uncertainty of the future is upon seniors. The college application process is underway for the majority and now all that awaits is graduation day. Now that the time is near, its time to buckle down. College acceptances are coming, or have already been received. The time is now to keep grades up and keep moving forward while also taking time to appreciate the people and experiences around us. Picking a college to attend can be an incredibly stressful decision to make. When the acceptance letter comes, though it grants the way towards another leg of education, it can be taken away in a second. According to … Read entire article »

Seniors’ Road Ahead

Seniors’ Road Ahead

By Kate Hicking Soon-to-be graduates of DHS are anticipating life outside of high school. Whether it’s college, or work, students are ready to embrace the “real world” in a variety of ways. Many are wanting to make a change that will benefit the community. Everyday people are constantly watching or hearing about preventable tragedies and issues happening around the world. From weather … Read entire article »