Cum Laude

By Emma Bryan When assigned this article, I was not really sure how to approach it, because I honestly knew nothing about Cum Laude. So, I began by asking people around me how they felt about Cum Laude. They responded with a chorus of, “I don’t have any idea how it works. At all.” and…

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The Dangerous Bush

By: Jordan Doak Walking towards the senior lot on my way into school, I looked left and… couldn’t look to the right. Directly in my line of vision, there was a bush several feet taller than me and so wide and thick that I couldn’t see any cars. I went to take a step closer to educational enrichment and almost got hit…

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The Misfortunes of the 100th Freshman: The Super Secret Transcript from the Nurse’s Office (Part II)

By Isabella Nilsson Note from the Author: The file in this installment is from the super-secret extra-hidden double-padlocked X-ray-impervious filing cabinet of Ima Heeler, HB Nurse, and was obtained surreptitiously and through the use of many advanced journalistic tricks!  File name: Mindy Z. Freshman.  9/3/13, 4:45PM: Mindy came to visit me again today. She confided…

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CLUBS: an Acronym

By Caroline Jobson Continuously a source of baked goods, clubs pride themselves in boasting a wide array of treats, eager to attract those who painfully read the entirety of frantic emails. Luckily, clubs have yet to be ignored, as they hold lunch meetings offering unique opportunities ranging from the heated discussions in Young Politicians, the flipping…

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Where are our Fan Sections?

By Lexi Anderson While Hathaway Brown is famous for its killer sports teams, it is also known for having a small to nonexistent cheering section. HB’s teams often arrive on the field to empty bleachers. The blazer field hockey fans are mostly parents. Nobody ever comes to swim team meets. The phrase “Shout out to Mr. Vogel, the…

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The Snow Day Process

By Sam Keum Everyone knows that flushing ice cubes down the toilet, wearing your pajamas inside out, sleeping with a spoon under your pillow, using the “Snow Day Calculator”, and dancing around your room belting out a “Snow Day Chant” are some of the most common tactics used by students to help increase their chances…

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