School response to “Hate speech at NHS”

Veritas Staff In the first issue of Veritas of the school year, released in print and online on October 12th, the article “Hate speech at NHS not reported due to ‘fear’; Administration urges students to come forward”, written by the paper’s editor-in-chief, Sarah Swenson, drew attention to some major issues in the Nantucket High School … Continue reading School response to “Hate speech at NHS”

Homecoming weekend is an overwhelming success

By Natalie Mack, News Editor Now that the majority of Nantucket has received the COVID-19 vaccination and life is slowly returning to normal, Nantucket High School was able to hold a homecoming last week. (October 25-31). This has been the first “normal” homecoming since 2019, before Covid hit. Last year, homecoming did take place; however, … Continue reading Homecoming weekend is an overwhelming success

Drama club prepares to perform Almost, Maine

By Anna Popnikolova, assistant editor-in-chief The annual fall play for Nantucket High School’s drama club—currently in progress!—is a production of Almost, Maine. A heartwarming play written by John Carani, Almost, Maine is a high school drama club staple for its flexible casting and short, quick-paced stories. The play is made up of eleven short scenes, … Continue reading Drama club prepares to perform Almost, Maine

Football keeps the Island cup, continues to playoffs

By Bailey Lower, contributing writer The Nantucket Whalers football team has had an amazing season. They finished up the regular season with a record of 5 wins and 2 losses, along with being first in the league. The yearly Island Cup game, a part of the Homecoming ritual on Nantucket, played between the Martha’s Vineyard … Continue reading Football keeps the Island cup, continues to playoffs