The Herd

Racial Profiling in the United States

Alice Hauser, Guest Writer

June 6, 2018

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Following the Declaration of Independence from Great Britain in 1776, the people of the United States of America found themselves with the unique opportunity to create a nation founded on principles in which they believed. These p...

There Once Was a Girl Who Was Really a Boy

Mary Couturier, Guest Writer

December 20, 2017

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There once was a girl who was really a boy. She owned girl clothes, spoke in a girl tone, and even had a boyfriend. This girl attended a Catholic school and lived with her mother and sister. She had a nearly perfect life for a...

Growing Pains

Brian Foisy, Staff Writer

December 6, 2017

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“[In] almost every district in the state of Maine, enrollment is dropping. We are the only district in which enrollment is increasing.”  Dr. Hawes Kennebunk High School is currently undergoing a massive transformation incl...

From a Homeland to a Home

Joe Bergeon, Guest Writer

December 6, 2017

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A half-century on, the heritage of Vietnamese Americans and the historical implications of the Vietnam War come home to this small town on the Atlantic. ______________________________________________________________________________ Here, we have no conc...

Have You Herd the News?

Her Majesty’s Sir Daniel Joseph Behrens VII Esq. Ph.D., Satire Writer

December 6, 2017

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Ladies and gentlemen, I interrupt your viewing of the school newspaper to bring you some breaking news! Namely, there is a school newspaper! (Oh wait, it’s a magazine. My bad, I got the online page where students in an organi...

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