What Freshman Really Knows the Unspoken Rules of Upper School

by Grace Amjad The short answer is no one. In freshman year there are four different types of people, new with sisters, new without sisters, returning without sisters, and returning with sisters (me!),… Continue reading

A Day in the Life: Freshman Version

by Zoey Zelman As a freshman, there are different aspects to my day than that of the average sophomore, junior, or senior. We are still getting used to the new schedule, new classes, and… Continue reading

School Shorts

by Maggie Amjad With the temperatures heating up, the typical upper school attire is shifting and you don’t want to be short on fabric. Although many girls have found cute shorts that fit… Continue reading

Senior Prank Day From The Freshmen Perspective

by Katrina Frei-Herrmann & Brett Parsons Driving into the front circle and seeing the cars in the front lot, you think “Oh wait. It’s senior prank day…Crap. You try to walk in dodging… Continue reading

Summer Job Ideas

by Ela Passarelli Is it even possible for you to imagine a day without having anything to do from 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM? Well, start trying, because summer is right around the… Continue reading

Five Reasons to Join HB in Retrospect Next Year!

by Ines Zippe As this year comes to a close, it is time to start thinking about what courses we take next year. Something I have learned at HB is that a class… Continue reading

Meeting the New Senate

by Isha Lele and Gigi Protasiewicz The 2014-2015 school year is quickly coming to an end and it is time to move on. Although we will miss Alyzah, all the seniors, and project… Continue reading

Creative Writing Video

Robotics Update

by Amanda Meritt Today, teenagers are able to design, build, program, and test a functional robot in six weeks. Sounds impossible? Well, HB girls have been doing this exact thing since 2008, and… Continue reading

Senior Year

by Jamie Spain As a senior, these last few days of the year are stressful and confusing. I’ve never wanted to leave a place more, yet, somehow, I’ve never wanted to stay more… Continue reading