Category Archive: @ HB

Review of New Netflix Releases

By Claire Adornato and Audrey Wallner 1. Birdbox We’re sure many of you have already watched this already, but if you haven’t you need to. While it is one of those “apocalypse” movies,… Continue reading

Student Spotlight

By Claudia Binder and Jazmine Halawa Hello upper school! Everyone deserves a little recognition because we are all doing amazing things, so we decided to do just that. Thank you for all the… Continue reading

Journals and Diaries in the Upper School

By: Carys Bowen Recently I sent out a survey to the upper school on journals and diaries. Of those who responded, very few said that they had never written in a journal or… Continue reading

A Guide to Second Semester of Freshman Year

By: Audrianna Imka The beginning of Freshman Year was an interesting endeavor, to say the least. Although I have been attending HB since kindergarten, my Lifer status only benefited me in the sense… Continue reading

Getting Organized for Second Semester

By: Anjali Dhanekula and Shira Rosenberg While first semester went by in the blink of an eye, I have a feeling that the same will be happening for second semester, as well. Here… Continue reading

HB ’18: Freshmen Again

By Anna Keresztesy Learning not for school but for life. Best college preparatory school. Skills used beyond the classroom. Writing like a college student. All the things HB feeds us in preparation for… Continue reading

Thanksgiving Interview with My Brothers

By Evelyn Burdsall Over this Thanksgiving Break, I saw my two twin cousins, Drew and John, who are in their senior year in college. Since I am new to HB, I decided to… Continue reading

Q and A with the Aussies

By Claire Adornato These past weeks have been filled with so much fun and enjoyment with the Aussies at HB. Unfortunately, their five weeks in Cleveland are coming to a close, so here… Continue reading

Tips on Being Less Stressed Out During Midterms

By Shruthika Araselvan Midterms are coming up in about two weeks. To feel less stressed out follow the tips below. Start studying early: If you start organizing and reviewing early on, you won’t have… Continue reading

An Ode to the College Board

By Kate Hickey (Disclaimer: this is not an attack at AP teachers or graders. Also, all specific examples were exaggerated and originated from my mind, or in other words, do not pertain to… Continue reading