Lights, Camera, Cleveland: The Cleveland International Film Festival

By Carly Wellener             The 39th Cleveland International Film Festival (CIFF) wrapped up its showings on March 29th in Tower City. This week long extravaganza is the most fun a movie buff could… Continue reading

Pay Inequality in Women’s Sports

By Maya Razmi It is well known that HB advocates for women’s rights. From Women in World History to prominent women in math, we are always hearing about women’s rights. Despite the fact… Continue reading

Featured: Spring and Summer Concerts 2015

By Val Mischka Only two more months of school left! Time for sunshine, shorts, fairs, ice cream, and concerts! Here is a list of a few upcoming concerts happening this spring and summer… Continue reading

Interviews with HB’s Spring Captains (again)

by Ellie Cascio and Taylor Herrick Spring has finally arrived at the Hath!! We interviewed the captains (again!) of Softball, Lacrosse, and Track and Field on their spirit animals, pre-game rituals, and more!… Continue reading

Reasonable Doubt: Tidal and the Ever-Changing Music Industry

By Morgan Whaley With the scroll of twitter, my life changed. I see a hashtag called #tidalforall and so, curious, I’m wondering what is Tidal. So of course, being in the 21st century… Continue reading

QUIZ: Which Spring Sport Should You Play?

Blazer Basketball 2015 Wrap Up

By Ellie Cascio and Taylor Herrick This year the Blazers had an amazing season, ending with the title of District-Runner Up. Being such a young team, the Blazers grew and excelled on the… Continue reading

Teach a Girl to Fish?

By Kelsey Rich If you’re anything like me, after that electives assembly you want to sign up for every single elective next year and become as skilled in every awesome art or involved… Continue reading

Naviance: Friend or Foe

By: Lizzie Crotty If you are a Junior or Senior you probably know all about Naviance. If you are a Freshman or Sophomore you may have absolutely no idea. For those of you… Continue reading

AJAS Recap

By Kavya Ravichandran Electing to spend Valentine’s Day at a science conference, six science-y upper schoolers attended the AJAS annual conference with adult chaperone extraordinaire Dr. Crystal Miller: We left bright and early on… Continue reading