Hathaway Banksy: Cool or Criminal?

By Madeleine Schroedel Banksy, a secretive street artist who is wanted by the NYPD for vandalism, is well known for his thought-provoking and satirical graffiti all over the world.  Born and still living in… Continue reading

2014: What to Celebrate This Year

By Alley Keresztesy The big twenty-fourteen is here…has been for almost two months already. If you want to celebrate something new this year, click the link below, pick a day, and go crazy… Continue reading

Freezing and Curious: Polar Vortex Basics

By Carly Wellener Unless you’ve been living buried under piles of homework for the past few months, you’ve probably noticed the brutally cold weather we’ve had this winter. Going with the assumption that… Continue reading

Which HB Teacher Are You?

By Lane Chesler Take the quiz to find out if you are a Purpura, McMillan, or Hu. http://www.qfeast.com/personality/quiz/21209/What-HB-Teacher-Are-You Image Source: http://instagram.com/hathawaybrownschool

Green Cup Challenge Recap

By Lauren Battle It’s that time of year again. That’s right. Green Cup Challenge time! I’m sure we all remember last years happenings- stumbling over stray backpacks in the eerily dark hallways and… Continue reading

All That Glitters is Not Gold: The Corruption that Plagued the Sochi Winter Games

By Aarathi Sahadevan Since 2007 when Sochi was selected to host the 2014 Winter Olympics, it has been treated with the usual Olympic package, setting up for its debut with grandiose buildings, state… Continue reading

Biweekly Update w. Fallon Gallagher (2.23)

By Fallon Gallagher This Sunday marks the close of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi. While the games were initially plagued by terror threats and incomplete construction, the International Olympic Committee officially… Continue reading

Snow Days: Thinking About Why We’re Here

By Li Stebner “Do you think we’ll have school tomorrow?” I asked the routine question to my mom as we drove home. She reiterated a hollow “I don’t know.” I refreshed my Fox… Continue reading

Pop Culture Chats: Scott Parsons

By Lexi Anderson Everyone knows Scott Parsons as the chill, cookie-loving, plaid-wearing guy who lives in the Osborne Writing Center.  But this week I got up close and personal with Parsons to get… Continue reading

5 Reasons Not To See Frozen

By Kat Holleran 1. You hate listening to fantastic music. “Warning: contains catchy music” should be plastered all over advertisements for Frozen. Even after first watch, you’ll be exuberating a painful rendition of… Continue reading