Lunch. Honestly.

By: Sophia Tully When you think of lunch, what comes to mind? Maybe it’s the huge line in front of the servery every day, finding a spot to sit with your friends, or loading your tray with the day’s delicacies. But what do students at HB really think of the lunch here? What are some... Continue Reading →

Cleaning Up in the US Virgin Islands

By Alexa Christopherson The mass amount of plastic consumption followed by waste pollution is an issue that deserves a lot more attention. When I first heard I was going to the US Virgin Islands I never knew that the streets of this island were littered with plastic waste. While enjoying my first day I noticed... Continue Reading →

NCAA Basketball Tournament: Men’s vs Women’s

By Lucy Castellanos This past March, the annual NCAA Basketball tournament was held, after being completely canceled a year prior. Taking into account the protocol requirements for COVID-19, the NCAA announced that the athletes from 68 men's teams would be secluded/confined to the city of Indianapolis for the duration of their survival in the tournament,... Continue Reading →

Where to Order Dinner Tonight

By Grace Gilson Don't feel like making dinner tonight? Here are some of my favorite places to order takeout! Brassica Brassica offers a wide selection of Middle-Eastern cuisine. If you like falafel or hummus, this is the place for you! It is a little bit spicy (to me, at least) and always hits the spot!... Continue Reading →

Getting to Know Ms. Armstrong

By Divya Bhardwaj and Aambar Agarwal Ms. Armstrong is our favorite teacher at HB, so we wanted to get to know her better as a person, not just as a teacher. Here’s what she said:  How are you today? [This interview took place the first week of November 2020.] I am doing okay. It’s been... Continue Reading →

Recipe of the Week: Baked Shrimp With Feta and Grilled Sourdough

By Sol Rivera INGREDIENTS 2 tablespoons olive oil1 shallot, minced1 bell pepper, diced2 cloves garlic, minced1 14-ounce can crushed tomatoes1 cup chicken or vegetable broth1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes (optional)1 teaspoon salt1 lb. uncooked shrimp8 ounces feta cheese, crumbledfresh chopped parsley and lemon wedges for serving6–8 thick slices of sourdough bread4 tablespoons butter for the... Continue Reading →

Getting Through Freshman Year

By: Ishita Kopparapu 2020 has been unpredictable and frankly gloomy. But I want to take a minute to think of the amazing things that have happened to me and I ask you to do the same. Starting at the beginning of the year, pre-Covid, I spent my New Year’s with friends and family WITHOUT the masks... Continue Reading →

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