While 15 year old Max Wagner (‘19) was on his way to school at 6:17am on Friday, December 2nd, he was approached by a man in a vehicle asking if he wanted a ride to school. Wagner lives on Evans Road and was approached on Perkins Road, approximately 0.3 miles from Oyster River High School […]

“It’s almost impossible to explain to someone what it feels like to struggle with mental health. Many people thought they knew what I was going through and made assumptions about me, which was really hard. I thought about killing myself a lot, and would Google ways of how to, but I never had it in me to go through with it.” says Claudia, who was diagnosed with depression her junior year of high school […]

On Friday September 9, 2016, non-senior students who wanted a parking pass were notified if their name had been drawn in a random lottery. Students whose names were drawn were granted the opportunity to purchase a parking pass for the 2016-17 school year. A total of 96 students entered the lottery, with 76 initially receiving parking passes […]

“You get to know the people you’re giving your money to, and also the money stays in the community. We pay our local workers, and they in turn will spend their money at your restaurant, or your shop. It cycles around and stays local, compared to going on Amazon.com and sending your money to who-knows-where,” says Bill Bixby, owner of Ganesh Imports […]

Our Power Walk Out and March

Approaching UNH Thompson Hall there were people smiling, the conversation were loud but controlled, people were giving “free hugs” symbolizing the slogans on their signs. They were speaking in unison about their opinions of the recent election. The weather did not root any hesitation, as the group of 200 or so walked down Main Street and encouraged passing cars to “come join”[…]

“At first you only think it’s cool because it’s teens from another country and their culture is very different from yours but the Friends Forever mission is much bigger than that. I knew that this was a program that I wanted to stay involved with and that I felt like I could make a difference with,” said Alex Szymanski (‘17), who helped organize the Friends Forever visit […]