Sean Spicer Highlights

by Katie Doherty   The man who is the press secretary and communications director for Donald Trump has been the target of ridicule since assuming the office on February 20. Here are some highlights.   Inauguration Crowd Size and ‘Alternate Facts’ It all started just a day after Trump’s Inauguration, Saturday January 21.  The estimation…

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The Bachelor: A Review

by Claire Zajaczkowski The highly anticipated “Fantasy Suite” dates are quickly creeping up on this season of The Bachelor, so I find it an appropriate time to recap some of the drama that has led up to this highly anticipated episode. Last week’s episode, another fun display of the absolute absurdity of the nature of…

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Show the Love Recap

by Alexis Chauvette This past ‘Show the Love’ allowed each grade to express their appreciation for one another. It served as a great reminder of what the HB community is all about, and how thankful we all are for each other. The gifts given by the Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors showed the generosity of…

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Coloring Isn’t Just for Kids

by Crystal Zhao In recent years, coloring, an activity most people leave behind after graduating elementary school, has gained a foothold in an unlikely demographic – working adults. As unlikely as it may seem, the simple act of coloring between the lines has recaptured the attention and hearts of a generation that has changed very…

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Local Coffee Culture

by Maggie Amjad and Ellie Roberto With Starbucks on the rise just about everywhere, local cafes and coffee culture have suffered. Cleveland offers quite a few cafes- you just have to know where to look. Up-and-coming neighborhoods like Ohio City, Tremont, and Little Italy offer a multitude of cafes to relax, study and hang out in.…

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Unknown Holidays

by Roxana Moazami With Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years, and now Valentine’s Day over, some might believe that there is nothing left to look forward to. I mean, besides St. Patrick’s Day, what other holidays are there to celebrate? Well, have no fear, because with theseholidays, there is something to look forward to every month!…

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Intro to Urban Architecture Series

by Jennifer Wang   Welcome to the Urban Architecture Series   Just over half of the global population currently lives in cities, and the number is only set to rise over the upcoming decades. Population booms and urbanization trends, especially in Asian and African countries, set urban development in the forefront of governmental and societal…

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