A Tragedy in St. Petersburg

By Annie Lewandowski As the year progresses, it seems every day is filled with news of another act of terror or hate crime coming to pass, wrecking the lives of many innocent civilians.… Continue reading

The Race

By Matilda Madfis   Breast cancer affects more than 200,000 people annually, and while we don’t think about it much, we should. 85% of breast cancer occurs in women who have no history… Continue reading

Urban Architecture Series: Ancient Southeast Asian Architecture

By Jennifer Wang  

Fun Workouts to Do Around the Hath

By Arianna Anderson and Yardena Carmi Warm up a. One quick write b. Ten jumping jacks Stair runs in the atrium a. 5 sets of i. One foot on each ii. 2 feet… Continue reading

Circuses and Cruelty (And Beyond)

By: Camryn Parsons Definition of a circus: A traveling company of acrobats, trained animals, and clowns that give performances, typically in a large tent, in a series of different places. Definition of a… Continue reading

Retrospect Magazine Overview

By: Simran Patwa May the Fourth was finally here! I could not wait until X and lunch, when the new Retrospect would come out. As promised, there were live performances by HB’s own… Continue reading

Junior Forum: Final Thoughts and a Guide for Sophomores

By: Ying Ying Yang As June approaches, another school year is about to end. While current juniors will continue a long journey of college applications next year, current sophomores are also going to… Continue reading

Staying Healthy Over the Summer

By: Catherine Engles Sometimes, once we leave the school for the summer, we can lose a sense of routine. Without the constant early risings, classes, and athletic practices, we are prone to become… Continue reading


By: Sophie Clark Cleveland has a whole bunch of fun things to do and a lot go unnoticed. From the zoo, to the concerts at blossom, there are many fun activities all around… Continue reading

Dear Sophomores…

Dear Sophomores, (Almost) welcome to the best year of high school, at least in my opinion. Junior year will be hard and tiring. The transition is easy, and the teachers are amazing. You’ll… Continue reading