Time Travel: Is it real?

By Allison Fritz I’ve always wondered if temporal voyage, or time travel, was possible. In my opinion, I think that it is possible, but I’m not sure if someone could actually travel back… Continue reading

The Art of Crocheting

By Emma Esteves Derived from the French term, “small hook,” crocheting is a process that uses interlocking loops of yarn to create blankets, scarfs, and even stuffed animals. Although it sounds complicated, this… Continue reading

Welcome to Retrospect

Dear readers, Welcome to the 2018-2019 year in Retrospect! We can’t wait to get to know each and every one of our writers and hope that their voices will help you to find… Continue reading

The Notre Dame Fire

By Elizabeth Fedro The world-famous Notre Dame Cathedral, home to 13 million visitors a year, has remained a prominent religious institute for 856 years. Construction began in 1163 (during the reign of King… Continue reading

Mourning Sun

By Perin Romano As the morning sun rose, tears tempted to stream out of her cerulean eyes; The eyes that once glimmered like The waves when the moon shone upon them. But now,… Continue reading

A-Zs of HB

By Anjali Dhanekula There are so many great parts to the HB community, so I decided to make an A-Z of all the great things that make up our community. Athletics BCA Carnival… Continue reading

Apps for your Apple Watch

By Charlotte Wasserman Over my spring break, I invested myself in exploring my Apple Watch that has been tracking my sleep, heart rate, steps, workouts, and mindful minutes. All things that have been… Continue reading

The Interconnectedness of Fashion and Sexism

By Nola Killpack As we reflect on Women’s History Month, I’m sure many of us are thinking about how far we’ve come and also how much farther we have to go when it… Continue reading

The Most Disliked Foods

By Izzy Sutton I was babysitting my neighbor’s kid a couple weeks ago and the most interesting thing happened. Her mom came home and made the announcement they would be eating chicken, rice,… Continue reading

Living Out My Childhood Dreams: Neuschwanstein Castle

By Tess Hays So I don’t know about you, but when I was little my biggest aspiration was to grow up and be a princess so in preparation, I watched literally every Disney… Continue reading

Its All in the Timing: Reflections on HB’s Winter Play

By Carys Bowen On February 22 and 23 at 7:30 pm in the Black Box, HB’s winter play All in the Timing was performed. All in the Timing is by David Ives and… Continue reading

Upcoming Concerts You Should Know About

By Sophia Gonzalez Who: Elle King When: Friday, April 26th,-> 8:00 PM Where: Masonic Cleveland Auditorium Who: Pink Floyd – Wish You Were Here – Any Brich You Like Tour When: Saturday, April… Continue reading

Unknown Things To Do in Each State (In Alphabetical Order)

By Sophia Gonzalez Alabama: Wharf Ferris wheel, Orange Beach Alaska: Running Reindeer Ranch, Fairbanks Arizona: Antelope Canyon, Page Arkansas: Crater of Diamonds State Park, Murfreesboro California: Point Lobos, Carmel Colorado: Treasure Falls, Pagosa… Continue reading