Dugan Arnett

Arnett joined the Globe staff as a features writer in 2015. A native of Blue Springs, Mo., he is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism. Before arriving in Boston, he spent four years as a features and metro reporter at the Kansas City Star.

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Forget finals: As graduation approaches, high school seniors are sweating a weeks-long water war

By , Globe Staff

Despite the current social climate — as well as pleas from school officials to put the game to rest — “Senior Assassin” remains a widely popular springtime tradition for high school seniors.

‘Sweet Caroline’? To some fans, the longstanding tradition is no good (no good, no good)

By , Globe Staff

After 15 years, even some of the song’s once-ardent supporters are wondering if it’s time to change things up at Fenway Park.

For the other Paul Reveres, every day is Patriots Day

By , Globe Staff

Instead of cringing at the endless jokes and snickers, the handful of descendants named after famed patriot Paul Revere have openly embraced it.

Things aren’t looking up for UFO monument in tiny town

By , Globe Staff

Officials in Sheffield are looking into whether the monument to a supposed 1969 alien encounter must be moved from what is believed to be public property.