Category Archive: Culture

Black Panther Review (Spoiler Free)

by Cassandra Lis The Black Panther’s involvement in the most recent Captain America movie (Civil War) suggested the eventual creation of his own movie. The creation of a black superhero was something the… Continue reading

RED GERARD!! “Cleveland’s” Newest Olympian!!

By: Emma Borrow Born into a family of 7 kids, Red is the second youngest child in the Gerard family. He got his start on the slopes when he was just two years… Continue reading

How Is the World Celebrating Valentine’s Day

by Cate Engles Us Americans are so used to the routine buying of chocolate and red roses and the arrival of the new Fifty Shades of Grey movie that we forget that there… Continue reading

Swimming Post-Season Update

By: Emma Borrow For swimming, the post season is coming up, starting this coming friday. Hathaway Brown is in DII for swimming and diving; however, that does not mean any less competition! Some… Continue reading

Traditions Around the World

By: Abby Coffey During the holidays, everyone is surrounded by family and loved ones, sharing amusing stories and enjoying each other’s company. Every family has a different unique tradition that they pass along… Continue reading

Golden Globes Times Up

by Sophie Clark Typically, a Golden Globes related article would be a recap of the winners, gowns, and celebrities with great speeches. However, the 2018 Golden Globes were less about the superficial and… Continue reading

Pop Culture Chat: Mr. Ciuni

By: Annalyse Kitzberger and Kate Aris Pop Culture Chat with Mr. Ciuni  

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

The Importance of Starting The Sports Season Early

By Susie Glickman This year HB lacrosse has begun everyday practices. It seems extremely early knowing that it is still fall and lacrosse is a spring sport. However, this positively affects our team.… Continue reading

The Jazz Age Exhibit at the Cleveland Museum of Art

by Matilda Madfis Over the weekend whilst on an unassuming trip to the art museum, I stumbled upon something far more captivating. Iridescent dresses adorned in sumptuous jewelry spilled out of the doors… Continue reading