How to Avoid Stress Eating

by Anya Razmi We’ve all been there: it’s the night before a test, you’re stressed beyond belief, and you reach for last night’s pizza or brownies from the fridge instead of your textbook. But while snacking may give you comfort in the moment, it’s not exactly healthy long-term (and you know it!). So here are…

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Interview on Concussions

By Kate Slesh and Claire Mckenna Concussions can happen at anytime, playing sports, accidents, and many other cases. Interviewing people who have had concussions in the past and finding out their symptoms during the concussion. Finding out how long their recovery was and what they did while they had their concussions are shown below. In…

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The Freshman Perspective

By Emma Gerber and Ivy Wang This year, just like every year, new freshman entered the HB high school. The experience that we have is truly unique and interesting, not to mention a huge transition. As freshman, we answered questions about our experience so far at high school. How is the school year going so far?…

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Tardigrades

By Shruthi Ravichandran and Jessica Chang Imagine you are in a post-apocalyptic world, the only survivor in this barren wasteland. But wait – you’re not. Millions of microscopic organisms called tardigrades have also survived. This shouldn’t come as a surprise to you. Besides being unbelievably adorable, tardigrades are literally the hardiest organisms in existence, known to…

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