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The Crisis in Catalonia: Positive and Negative Effects of a Possible Catalan Secession

By Kathy Wang Spain is made up of seventeen autonomous communities. One such community, Catalonia, has been engaged in a fight for independence. Since the 12th century, when Catalonia was conquered by the… Continue reading

Nassar and the Pain He Has Caused

By Bailey Sparacia Larry Nassar, former USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University doctor, has been accused of abusing over 250 women and young girls over the course of his whole career. Recently, he… Continue reading

Teacher Reflection on the Talent Show

By Sophie Weyn and Kat Lynch We interviewed Mr. Purpura, Mr. Parsons, and Mr. Ciuni for their insightful thoughts on HB’s talent show this year. We think their responses are worth the read.… Continue reading

Life After the College Process

by Lillian Hays The college process is a tiring, stressful, and sometimes scary process to go through. However, you can learn a lot about yourself throughout this time of your life, and the… Continue reading

Celebrating Nat King Cole

by Natalie Thornton              With February being Black History Month, it’s a great time to remember Nat King Cole (born Nathaniel Adams Coles) who first came to prominence… Continue reading


by Sydney Deegan   This past summer (June 11th-21st) I went to Iceland. Let me start off by saying that it was one of the most incredible experiences of my life and I… Continue reading

A Freshman’s Perspective on the Talent Show

by Isabelle Wyndham As we know, freshman don’t really do the talent show. This year we only had 2 freshmen showing their talents. I’m not sure if we don’t sign up because we… Continue reading

Places to Visit in Cleveland Ohio Pt. 1

by Amanda Young After living in Cleveland for 18 years, I think I have obtained some credibility in guiding people to the hidden gems in my hometown. This list ranges from local cozy… Continue reading

A Guide to Natural Disasters: Blizzards

by Michelle Dong According to the National Weather Service, winter storms are labeled blizzards when there are sustained winds of 35 mph or more and considerable blowing snow that reduces visibility to ¼… Continue reading

Grammys Recap

by Angela Zhu The 60th annual Grammy awards have come and gone by again, filled with historic moments and amazing breakthroughs. Bruno Mars won album, record, and song of the year with “24K… Continue reading