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The School Newspaper of Franklin High School

Pantherbook

Open Mic Night Flyer, headed the hashtag #LOVEFRANKLIN, apt for the inclusivity and acceptance pushed for during the event.
Open Mic Night: A Forum for Self-Expression
Vedika Vinayak, Editor • December 8, 2021

From the cast of Franklin High School's Mamma Mia! to a Dean College faculty member, Franklin community members from all backgrounds were able to express themselves on...

Leo sometimes uses his backpack as an extra prop to open more than one door at once. Photo credit: Aislinn Lavery
Student Spotlight: Leo Hughes
Aislinn Lavery, Writer • November 29, 2021

If you’ve walked through the doors of FHS before 7:35 in the morning, chances are you’ve met Leo Hughes. Since his freshman year, Leo has been a consistent presence at...

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Panther News Friday Edition
Meet the Staff

Grace is thrilled to be writing for Pantherbook again! She is currently a sophomore and serves as a representative to Student Government. She spends most of her time after school running for the JV Cross...

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Boba is back and better than ever!
“The Book of Boba Fett”: Good or Garbage?
Grace Tucceri, Writer • January 11, 2022

Over a year ago, The Mandalorian returned for a second season on Disney+ and knocked my socks off. From the name reveal of Baby Yoda/The Child/Grogu...

FHS Basketballs Ben Harvey (#3) and Justin Allen (#5) look over to the bench in their most recent win against Framingham.
The Player Perspective: FHS Boys Basketball Relies on Intense Defense and Strong Coaching through 6-0 Start
Ryan Martin, Writer • January 10, 2022

6 games, 6 wins. FHS Boys Basketball is back in action this winter and has come out firing on all cylinders, remaining undefeated through the...

The Unified Basketball team gathers to celebrate going to the Special Olympics! Photo Credit: Halle Goldsmith
FHS Unified Basketball Represents MA in Special Olympics
Aislinn Lavery, Writer • January 6, 2022

Franklin High School had an amazing sports season this fall, and recently, yet another team has had an enormous achievement. Members of the FHS...

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The Unified Basketball team gathers to celebrate going to the Special Olympics! Photo Credit: Halle Goldsmith
FHS Unified Basketball Represents MA in Special Olympics
Aislinn Lavery, Writer • January 6, 2022

Franklin High School had an amazing sports season this fall, and recently, yet another team has had an enormous achievement. Members of the FHS Unified...

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Elf: a classic holiday movie for all ages to enjoy
Ten Holiday Movies to Watch This Break
Anurag Kavishwar, Writer • December 23, 2021

Are you going to be bored over break? Can’t think of anything to do with your family when they visit? Are you tired of not having any ideas? Fear not,...

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Local Senior Center is Hiring
Local Senior Center is Hiring
Julia Payne, Writer • December 21, 2021

At a young age, it is often difficult to find a part time job. Luckily, for anyone 15+, Magnolia Heights is hiring now. Magnolia Heights is a senior living...

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FHS Basketballs Ben Harvey (#3) and Justin Allen (#5) look over to the bench in their most recent win against Framingham.
The Player Perspective: FHS Boys Basketball Relies on Intense Defense and Strong Coaching through 6-0 Start
Ryan Martin, Writer • January 10, 2022

6 games, 6 wins. FHS Boys Basketball is back in action this winter and has come out firing on all cylinders, remaining undefeated through the first quarter of their season....

The Unified Basketball team gathers to celebrate going to the Special Olympics! Photo Credit: Halle Goldsmith
FHS Unified Basketball Represents MA in Special Olympics
Aislinn Lavery, Writer • January 6, 2022

Franklin High School had an amazing sports season this fall, and recently, yet another team has had an enormous achievement. Members of the FHS Unified Basketball team will...

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There is a clear difference between early birds and night owls within society. Is it warranted?
Living as a Night Owl in a World of Early Birds
Avery Chalk, Writer • January 12, 2022

Why should one’s body clock determine their productivity, skillset, or overall role in society? There are unspoken stereotypes that surround those who function best...

Does FHS Prefer White or Colored Holiday Lights?
Does FHS Prefer White or Colored Holiday Lights?
Kayla Iagallo, Writer • December 22, 2021

Franklin High School students and faculty are split in deciding whether white or colored holiday lights are the better option. A poll was sent out asking students to choose...

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