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Wandavision review

by Abigail Edgerly The following review contains spoilers from the Marvel show WandaVision. WandaVision was released on Disney+ on January 15 and ran for eight weeks. It is the first of several shows planned to be released in Marvel’s current release phase. The nine episode long show follows Wanda Maximoff as she copes with the grief of the loss of

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Meet the Blue & White staff!

Check out the staff biographies below for some of the Blue & White writers and editors! Allison Kelly is currently a junior at Methuen High School and began the Blue & White her sophomore year. Allison took journalism as an elective her sophomore year and eventually got involved in the club. She hopes to go off and study biomedical engineering

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Stop Anti-Asian Hate

by Allison Lam The rise of Asian hate in America has recently become more prominent in society today, but when did it really start? Some say it began with the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic. American citizens, whether it be ordinary people or those higher in power like the former president, Donald J. Trump, began to blame China for the

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Boston celtics: A season of struggles

by Angelo Santos Ever since Boston Celtics star Jayson Tatum was diagnosed with COVID-19 on January 9th, everything has gone downhill for the team. The Celtics ended their season with a 36-36 record and sitting 7th in the Eastern Conference. Although that isn’t bad, it is not good for their expectations. Last year the Celtics were two games away from

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Back to in-person learning

by Stephanie Tardugno Education is extremely important in the development of the human mind. It is vital for students to be in a school-like environment, engaging with their teachers and peers. This will allow students to receive a proper education and set them up for success in their future. However, this past school year, students have not had access to

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Celebrating Hispanic Women for Women’s History Month

by Jessica Martinez March is Women’s History Month, and in celebration of this month, I will be listing and describing beautiful and powerful women in history and in the present. But not just any women–Hispanic women! When discussing powerful Hispanic women, people may think of; Shakira, Gloria Estefen, and Jennifer López. All of them are very talented, but do you

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Is peacock streaming worth it?

by Caitlin Moriarty Peacock, NBCUniversal’s latest streaming service, launched on April 15th of 2020. With so many competitors, how can another streaming platform stand out? Apparently, by being free. Peacock has three different plans to serve a viewer’s needs. The free version is the main appeal of the platform, providing access to two-thirds (roughly 13,000 hours) of the streaming library

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