By McKenna Ritter We all know Cleveland winters to be particularly harsh. Despite having to park worlds away, there are ways to stay warm on your way in each morning. Jog into the… Continue reading

Outrage Over One Direction

By: Maaryah Malik Article that this is primarily based on is located here. (You don’t have to read it, but the piece will make more sense if you do.) Terrorist jokes.  Not funny.… Continue reading

The Unicorn Update

By: Amanda Merritt Current Season: Build Season In this edition of The Unicorn Update: KICK-OFF! Community Outreach 2015 Kick-off On January 3rd the team gathered at HB to watch the grand unveiling of… Continue reading

Q & A with the Australian Exchange Students

By: Carly Wellener This past November and December, sophomores Hannah Selhorst, Emma Picht and myself hosted three students from Ravenswood School in Sydney, Australia for five weeks. Hannah hosted Ali Westmore, Emma hosted… Continue reading

A Non-Artist Walks Inside An Art Room

By: Maaryah Malik In an art room, paint brushes will have been used countless of times by eager hands itching to put work on a page.  Once used, the paint brushes will start… Continue reading

Popping the HB Bubble

By Cartier Pitts We all have our various reasons for occasionally disliking school. It may be the overbearing amount of homework for most kids. Or it could possibly be the “strict” dress code… Continue reading

How You Found Solace

By: Kat Holleran “There is too much – too much stress, too much craziness. How am I supposed to emerge out of a world that is so hectic and live in peacefulness and… Continue reading

Trash Can

By: Sue Roy I sit just a few feet from the corner- I really don’t want to be more secluded than I already am. I’m a robot-like figure, easily taken apart. I am… Continue reading

Holiday Bark

By: Madeleine Schroedel and Emily Amjad Here’s a super easy holiday treat to kick off your vacation! The imprints of snowflakes and penguins on the holiday Oreos will definitely bring a smile to… Continue reading

A Nut-Ban is NUTS!

By: Megan Dorogi and Rachel Lowrie It is one thing to take a food that is a major allergen away from children, such as middle schoolers and primary students. It makes sense to take… Continue reading