Chastising the Ohm

By Sarah Adler It was oh-so-easy to boycott the Moose. Abercrombie won’t make women’s clothing above a size ten? It’s okay, I prefer my sweatpants without your name down the side. CEO Mike… Continue reading

Are You “Mindful” or Mindful?

By Li Stebner We are told to become mindful: take classes on meditation or yoga, try to allot ten minutes of the day to enjoy life, and pay more attention to our thoughts.… Continue reading

Faculty Ringtones

By Amanda Keresztesy Mr. Kevin Purpura The Star Spangled Banner Nurse Judy “The Illest”- Far East Movement Ms. Geaghan The Dewey Decimal Rap Mr. Parsons My Antonia – Emmylou Harris & Dave… Continue reading

Galletas de Chocolate con Trocitos Blancos AKA Reverse Chocolate Chip Cookies

By Madeleine Schroedel and Emily Amjad You will be appalled by the amount of butter in these cookies, but it’s all worth it because they are “like, so good” in the words of… Continue reading

Teachers at Hathaway Brown Treat Students Differently

By Paige Papesch Maybe it’s because we don’t have uniforms, maybe it’s because we are a nondenominational school, or maybe it’s because there are no boys- but the teachers at HB treat us… Continue reading

The Brown Bag: What’s Behind the Bag

By Alley Keresztesy Nearly every HB student has been to the Brown Bag. Thousands of dollars are spent there every year by students, parents, and staff. Last year alone, $133,000 was spent. However,… Continue reading

The Ivy Effect: Freshman (Part II)

By Lane Chesler With snow in the air and applications sent out, seniors are frazzled and distracted by the mere thought of college.  Some have committed to the college of their dreams while… Continue reading

The Ivy Effect (Part I)

By Sue Roy Shortly after entering high school, you can be sure that you will be asked the following question: “So what college are you planning on going to”? A half-response is typically… Continue reading

Laments of an HB Vegetarian: Meat Overload

By Isabel Weil At the sound of the bell, masses of hungry teenage girls flood down the atrium stairs and into the lunchroom. We push, we shove, perhaps even trample a freshman to get… Continue reading

And the Nominees Are..

By Brady Furlich The dresses. The music playing when speeches go a little bit overboard. The choked back tears of Leonardo DiCaprio as he loses yet another nomination. Ah yes, the Oscars. Hollywood’s… Continue reading