OPINION: How Catholic School Choice Has Weathered the Storm of Change

Photo courtesy of Lisa Fansano January 18, 2021, Submitted by Lisa Fansano, principal at Saint Paul School in Hingham, and the recipient of the Bishop Cheverus Medal Many Massachusetts families are experiencing Catholic education for the first time this school year, drawn by the fact that the majority of Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of …

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OPINION: Help save the skate house!

Photo courtesy of Robert Stansell from the Hingham historical commission December 17, 2020, Submitted by Hannah Gates Help save the skate house! My name is Hannah Gates and I am a senior at Hingham High School in Mr. George’s marketing class. Until recently, I was unaware of the fact that the Historic Hingham Skate House …

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Opinion: “The Whole World’s Watching,” in Glenn Mangurian’s “Pushing the Edge” Op-Ed Series

October 19, 2020 by Glenn Mangurian Yes, the whole world is watching us. I am old enough to remember the origins of that expression: the phrase was chanted by anti-Vietnam War demonstrators as they were beaten and arrested outside the Conrad Hilton Hotel in Chicago during the 1968 Democratic National Convention. 1968 was a tumultuous …

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Opinion: “Pushing the Edge” by Glenn Mangurian; Are You Smarter Than a Kindergartner?

“Pushing the Edge” by Glenn Mangurian is the newest regular column in the Hingham Anchor. You can learn more about the author below.   Friday, September 25, 2020, submitted by Remember the television game show Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? When watching the show, I usually scored higher than the contestants, but I rarely knew as …

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