Category Archive: Columns

The Simpsons Conspiracy Theory

By: Josie Kennedy and Kennedy Kostos The Kennedys are back again with yet another mind-blowing conspiracy theory, but this time pertaining to a cartoon tv show known and loved by many: The Simpsons.… Continue reading

Weird and Mysterious Animals: the Adler Edition

By Jessica Chang and Shruthi Ravichandran Hello Upper School! It’s us, back again this year to continue our column on weird and mysterious creatures. This time, we’re back with a feature on an… Continue reading

Vlogging with Ainsley: India Travel Video

By Ainsley Bradbury

Between Two Freshmen: Girl Scout Cookie Edition

by Lindy Connors and Matilda Madfis

Thanksgiving Pie Recipes

By: Ellie Banbury As Thanksgiving is approaching, it’s time to think about some of our favorite foods to put on the dinner table this year. I know my favorite Thanksgiving treat is pie,… Continue reading

HB Tips for Students 2 | Bathroom Cleanliness

By Alison Xin I attended a public elementary and middle school before enrolling in Hathaway Brown. Though a private school certainly has its advantages over the public school system, bathroom upkeep is not… Continue reading

Volunteering with Youth Challenge

By: Emma Esteves One incredible thing about HB is that it provides girls with amazing opportunities. This past month, the Youth Challenge organization came in to train a group of enthusiastic individuals who… Continue reading

Charlotte Lucas’s Pragmatism in Pride and Prejudice

By: Ying Ying Yang Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, a masterpiece in romance literature, revolves around five unmarried girls of the Bennet house. Traditionally, a mother should teach her daughters on romantic affairs,… Continue reading

Tardigrades

By Shruthi Ravichandran and Jessica Chang Imagine you are in a post-apocalyptic world, the only survivor in this barren wasteland. But wait – you’re not. Millions of microscopic organisms called tardigrades have also survived.… Continue reading

HB Tips for Students 1 | The Dining Hall

By Alison Xin Ah, the lunch room. The watering hole of the educational savannah. Continuing this metaphor, the behavior of students in the dining hall and servery seem to resemble animals rather than… Continue reading