Category Archive: Featured

Winter Break Bucket List

by Natalie Thornton and Kathy Wang With exams coming up, don’t lose sight of the two weeks of freedom and opportunity that will follow. We have compiled a list for your convenience so… Continue reading

The Tragedy of Germanwings Flight 9525

By Caroline Jobson A smattering of debris is all that remains at the crash site of Germanwings Flight 9525. Scattered about the rugged mountain terrain are remnants of the air passage carrier that… Continue reading

Lights, Camera, Cleveland: The Cleveland International Film Festival

By Carly Wellener             The 39th Cleveland International Film Festival (CIFF) wrapped up its showings on March 29th in Tower City. This week long extravaganza is the most fun a movie buff could… Continue reading

Pay Inequality in Women’s Sports

By Maya Razmi It is well known that HB advocates for women’s rights. From Women in World History to prominent women in math, we are always hearing about women’s rights. Despite the fact… Continue reading

Featured: Spring and Summer Concerts 2015

By Val Mischka Only two more months of school left! Time for sunshine, shorts, fairs, ice cream, and concerts! Here is a list of a few upcoming concerts happening this spring and summer… Continue reading

AJAS Recap

By Kavya Ravichandran Electing to spend Valentine’s Day at a science conference, six science-y upper schoolers attended the AJAS annual conference with adult chaperone extraordinaire Dr. Crystal Miller: We left bright and early on… Continue reading

if we were honest about conversations with crushes

A Comic by Haley Yahraus

Things to Do in Cleveland During Spring Break

By: Molly Coughlin Are you stuck in Cleveland over spring break? Wondering what to do with those two weeks when there’s still snow on the ground? If you answered yes, then this article… Continue reading

The Festival of Colors

By: Sukhmani Kaur How would you react if you visualized a crowd of people with happy faces and clothes splattered with purple, yellow, red, and other colors in the middle of a mild… Continue reading

Philosophical Musings with Laura

By: Laura Mueller Stop signs. What are they? Do we ever, truly stop? How are we expected to stop in this life of fast-paced consumerism on our silly planet going over 1000 mph… Continue reading