Innovation. Design. Engineering. Art. : An Inside Look at HB’s IDEA Lab

by Chloe Schwartz The basement route is the same as ever. Fourth grade murals stretch across the walls of the basement corridors as Vivaldi’s Gloria echoes from the choir room. But as you… Continue reading

Spotify vs. Apple Music

by Taylor Herrick, Marisa Lancaster, and Christine Coyne Since Apple’s recent release of their new music-streaming app, Apple Music, you may have felt conflicted as to where to keep your music listening priorities,… Continue reading

Opinion on Kim Davis

by Jasmine Hanna-Funk Everyone has seen or heard a disobedient child before; they’re loud and obnoxious but never for good reasons. Once, when I was in a store, a little boy was mad… Continue reading

Why I Don’t Want a Phone

by Brice Bai This is the age of technology—nowadays, it’s not even an uncommon sight to see even young toddlers tapping away at their own mobile devices. Adults and parents are checking emails… Continue reading

A Fall TV Show Guide

by Molly Gleydura and Stephanie Zhou Shows to Watch Once Upon a Time Once Upon a Time is a show about storybook characters living together in a small village in the real world. The… Continue reading

Gun Control in the US

by Maggie Cha I recently came across an interesting article in the New York Times, “The Myth of the Autistic Shooter,” which was written in light of the recent school shooting in Oregon.… Continue reading

Fall Podcasts Review

by Crystal Zhao Any time is podcast time, but autumn is an especially superb season for enjoying the art of audio media. School and associated activities are taking up more and more time,… Continue reading

Am I shallow?

by Cassandra Lis Humans are attracted to things that are, well, attractive. To them at least. It’s just like how blue jays are attracted to shiny objects. We, as a species, also tend… Continue reading

Dateline: Planned Parenthood

by Nell Bruckner There has been a lot of debate recently over allegations that Planned Parenthood was illegally trafficking body parts of aborted fetuses. These allegations have sparked a re-emergence of the abortion… Continue reading

School: A Universally Different Institution

by Katrina Frei-Herrmann This summer, I travelled to Berlin, Germany, to visit family who live there. I have been to Germany many times, since almost my entire family lives there, but this trip… Continue reading