Category Archive: News

PC: Net Neutrality

By: Maddie Shade

#BRINGBACKOURGIRLS

By Aarathi Sahadevan Even if you are one of the many HB girls who took 1000 or more AP tests in the last two weeks, or are eagerly anticipating your last hair-raising finals,… Continue reading

2013-14 Winter by the Numbers

By Hannah Yahraus Welcome to Spring, everyone! Even though it is cold and rainy, I think we can all agree that we are ready to embrace rainy Cleveland days over snowy, subzero ones.… Continue reading

The Mystery of Flight MH 370

By Sue Roy On March 8th, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 took off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Beijing, China. A normal flight suddenly turned into arguably one the biggest mysteries of the… Continue reading

Sochi Winter Olympics Recap

By Sue Roy Every four years, the world is treated to the global sporting event of the Olympics. Countries all over the world, part of the International Olympic Committee, come together at a… Continue reading

Freezing and Curious: Polar Vortex Basics

By Carly Wellener Unless you’ve been living buried under piles of homework for the past few months, you’ve probably noticed the brutally cold weather we’ve had this winter. Going with the assumption that… Continue reading

All That Glitters is Not Gold: The Corruption that Plagued the Sochi Winter Games

By Aarathi Sahadevan Since 2007 when Sochi was selected to host the 2014 Winter Olympics, it has been treated with the usual Olympic package, setting up for its debut with grandiose buildings, state… Continue reading

Biweekly Update w. Fallon Gallagher (2.23)

By Fallon Gallagher This Sunday marks the close of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi. While the games were initially plagued by terror threats and incomplete construction, the International Olympic Committee officially… Continue reading

Biweekly Update with Fallon Gallagher (2.9)

By Fallon Gallagher January 28, President Obama gave the annual State of the Union address to Congress and Americans at home. However, if you missed it, don’t feel too badly—only about 33 million… Continue reading

Biweekly Update with Fallon Gallagher (1.26)

By Fallon Gallagher This past Monday, the United States of America celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day for the fourteenth time as an entire nation. Many Americans celebrated the day in different ways.… Continue reading