Starbucks – More like Subparbucks

by Kate Hickey Since my last published article regarding the overating of Panera, I have received lots of positive feedback (although some select few were upset with my honest opinion). I thought I… Continue reading

Spring Break in Toronto

by Allison Fritz       Over spring break, my family and I visited two great cities: Columbus and Toronto. Even though these two cities are not very far from Cleveland, it feels as if not… Continue reading

An Update on the Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman College Scandal

By Rose Gaudiani The 2019 college admissions scandal, aka “Operation Varsity Blues” as some have coined it, has continued with Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli’s trial. She and Giannulli paid $500,000… Continue reading

Celebrity Animals: Lil Bub

By Emma Esteves Lil Bub has taken the internet by storm and truly deserves some special recognition. Born with several medical mutations, these problems proved to be no match for her and her… Continue reading

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

Abbey Road: A Fiftieth Anniversary Poem

By Cynthia Okoben You watch your record player lift its arm And place its needle carefully on the groove. You sit back as the scratchy Voice commands you to “Come Together” And it… Continue reading

New Shows in 2019 on Netflix

By Magda Ellis and Nadia Malik Just in case you’re looking for a way to procrastinate… Carmen Sandiego Carmen Sandiego aired on Netflix in January as a reboot to the 1980’s show  “… Continue reading

The Signs as 2020 Presidential Candidates

By Anna Keresztesy A note to readers- While trying to put this article together, it came to my attention that the number of nominees has no limits. I would come close to finishing,… Continue reading

Why Apple Sucks and Why I Still Buy It

By Aileen Lentz Apple dominates the electronics market.  Almost everyone has Apple phones, computers, watches, etc.  When I shadowed HB in 8th grade, I was shocked at how many people had Macs.  I… Continue reading

Australia Exchange- Before and After

By: Jessica Bruening and Katie Greppin Jessica went to Australia two years ago to participate in the Australian Exchange here at HB. Katie is going this summer. Expectation- Katie I expect Ravenswood will… Continue reading

Women in Protest Music

By: Hannah Schmidt At Hathaway Brown, we are very lucky to have an in-depth vocal arts curriculum where women musicians are nurtured and celebrated. If you’ve been to any of the lunch box… Continue reading

The 12 Best Things I Ate in France

By Emma Gerber This year over spring break 2019, I had the amazing opportunity to go to France through the HB Global Scholars program. The trip itself was amazing – we saw so… Continue reading

he Biggest College Scandal and Everything You Need to Know About It

By: Radhika Dutta As most of you have probably heard the big college scandal that has been happening for about a month now. This scandal has been taking over social media and news… Continue reading

USC Uber Kidnapping

By: Emme Semarjian and Courtney Conrad USA Today reported on March 29, 2019, that USC student Samantha Josephson was killed after mistakenly getting into the wrong car (https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2019/04/03/samantha-josephson-college-students-rethinking-rideshares-uber-lyft/3353515002/) . Samantha believed that this car… Continue reading

The Qatar Crisis

By Jessica Chang In June 2017, members of the Anti-Terror Quartet (ATQ) – Egypt, Bahrain, the UAE, and Saudi Arabia – cut off all relations with the nation of Qatar. They were joined… Continue reading