Caffeinated

By Li Stebner You’re having one of those HB days. You have lacrosse until nine-thirty and get home at ten, only to find that your three-page history essay must be stapled to its rough draft and turned in by eight the next morning in the box. You haven’t even started. You know those ten diet…

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Pool Update

By Sunny Roy Sunny Roy   Most of HB is perplexed about why the pool has been empty since the first day of school. According to Ms. Vayo, Director of Aquatic Programming at HB, the pool has experienced a plaster failure which causes the plaster to remove itself from the concrete underneath. If they had…

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Foods to Boost Your Mood

By Madeleine Schroedel How Eating Right Can Make You Happier According to US News, “dietary changes can trigger chemical and physiological changes within the brain that alter our behavior and emotions”.  This means that if you’re not eating right, it can have serious impacts on your body, both mentally and physically. How often, how much,…

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Freshman Expectations

By Ava Shome In the Upper School, everyone has their own opinions and expectations for freshman year. The seniors and juniors have very little tolerance for the freshman, and the freshmen are intimidated by everything the upperclassmen do. Yes seniors, we know how annoyed you get when we are loud in the library. Juniors, we are sorry that…

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Sophomore Expectations

By Aarathi Sahadevan Congratulations Class of 2016! After learning the ropes of the upper school, experimenting with our interests, and being teased by upperclassmen (all in jest, of course), we have finally moved up from the bottom of the food chain. Now, we just have to make it through sophomore year and we will be on our way to…

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Junior Expectations

As a junior, there’s one easy answer to the question, “What do you expect this year?” Stress. We are about to embark on our hardest year of high school, at one of the most challenging school in the country. One thing I continually remind myself is that people survive; the current seniors have made it through their junior…

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