The Achievements of Bush

By: Ryan Brady As you most likely know, George Bush died recently. He passed away on November 30th at 91 years old, which means that he was the oldest president in history. Bush… Continue reading

Playhouse Square 2019

By: Maria Brown Miss Saigon: If you are looking for a romance, then Miss Saigon is the play for you.  It is the story of a romance between South Vietnamese bargirl and a… Continue reading

Urban Meyer’s Retirement

By: Helen Breen Urban Meyer has officially retired as the head football coach for The Ohio State University. He has retired due to health problems. When this was announced all Ohio State fans… Continue reading

Popular and Significant Movies of 2018

By Tayler Chauvette Black Panther A movie with a almost full cast of color, director of color, and a African storyline. Also, the first african american as a superhero. This movie was a… Continue reading


By: Ryan Brady In June, I served as an HB representative for the HOBY youth leadership program, and I just wanted to write a quick note regarding my experience for anyone who may… Continue reading

My Top 5 Movies of 2018

By: Caroline Cannon Let’s just say 2018 was a big year for movies. From the continuation of beloved series to new hits, the movie theaters were packed. So, at the end of 2018,… Continue reading

HB Memes

by Katie Doherty For those of you who aren’t aware, I have a twin brother. He goes to Western Reserve, and they, too, have a student-run newspaper. Of course I know that Retrospect… Continue reading

why The Hate U Give was the perfect book for 2018

By Ella Van Niel Although The Hate U Give was written in 2017, it is still the best book to describe the political climate of 2018. It’s the story of Starr, a teenager… Continue reading

Background on Operation Smile

by Gabriela Cruz Hi everyone! For my service learning capstone project, I will be producing a series of posts about Operation Smile as a non-profit organization and my role as a student educator… Continue reading

2018 Division 1 Soccer College Cup

By: Caroline Pietrick Division 1 soccer is a big deal all over the country. The championships happen every year around the middle of November. Both the men and women’s teams compete in this… Continue reading