5 Electives HB Should Offer

By Maya Razmi and Cynthia Wang It’s obvious that there are a variety of classes offered at HB. From ceramics classes to yearbook, chances are that you’ll find something that interests you! However,… Continue reading

Aural Mapping for a Quieter Future

by Crystal Zhao Among the millions of pollutants swirling around the globe, many forget that their own voices are counted in mix. Noise pollution is often overlooked because it is less inherently menacing… Continue reading

Ask Sally Senior Vol. 3

Dear Sally Senior, Do colleges only look at GPA or do they look at each and every grade in your high school? Sincerely, Fannie Freshman   Dear Fannie Freshman, Colleges are always watching.… Continue reading

Reflection on The Young Writers & Artists Festival: Alexandra Fuller

by Alexis Chauvette Alexandra Fuller changed my life. I have never met a person as cool and in–tune with her soul. Starting with a twenty–minute meditation (which is actually very difficult), she challenged us… Continue reading

Read Worm by Wildbow

by Alison Xin Worm is a story about superpowers that breaks the typical “superhero” mold rather violently. Wildbow (John McCrae, author) brings a torrent new concepts to the table, with some of the… Continue reading

March on Washington

by Addie Klimek Friday, January 20th, 2017: The president elect, Donald Trump, will be inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States. Saturday, January 21st: Hundreds of thousands of women are gathering… Continue reading

Pizza for the People

by Camryn Parsons Winter break ending sucks (well, at least for me) and I’m thinking most other people too. However, something that made that sad last day a little more bearable was Citizen… Continue reading

The New Women in Government

By Stephanie Zhou and Isha Lele With the presidential election on everyone’s minds, it’s easy to overlook the smaller elections that can often times be just as important. In 2017, the largest number… Continue reading

MLK Day Events in Cleveland

by Michelle Dong Today is Martin Luther King Day, and we HB students have a well-deserved day off. However, instead of staying home, take a look at these events happening around Cleveland. Go with… Continue reading

Haunted Places in Cleveland

by Alia Baig Just because Halloween is over, it doesn’t mean these 5 places in Cleveland are any less haunted! While Cleveland might not be the first city that comes to mind when… Continue reading