The Herd

Racial Profiling in the United States

Alice Hauser, Guest Writer

June 6, 2018

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

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

“[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

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

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...