BCA: Till Earth and Heaven Ring

By: Faith Griggs On Friday the 6th, the Black Cultural Awareness club (BCA) held the annual Black History month assembly. For those who missed it, the assembly was a mix of different forms… Continue reading

Quiz: What Speech/Debate Event is Right For You?

By Isha Lele and Gigi Protasiewicz Take This Quiz To See Which Speech/ Debate Event Suits you! https://www.playbuzz.com/ishalele10/what-speech-debate-event-is-right-for-you

Top 10 Most Attractive Athletes of 2015 (According to Izzy)

By: Izzy Catanzaro

Must- Follow Instagram Accounts

By Molly Sharpe and Megan Derogi Looking for some inspiration for a good laugh? In the realm of social media, it can be hard to spot fun accounts to follow. Here’s something that… Continue reading

Junior Fears/Senior Responses

By: Kavya Ravichandran Source: Google Images

Seeing Teachers in Public

By Rachel Lowrie Why is it so uncomfortable to see teachers in public? We sit together for 50 minutes each day, yet when we see them outside of the classroom we don’t know… Continue reading

You Are Not Your Score

By: Isabella Nilsson There’s a disease haunting the halls of Hathaway Brown School. It’s not mono. It’s not the flu. It’s not senioritis! It has to do with standardized testing season. As the… Continue reading

CHOOLAAH!

By Ellie Cascio and Taylor Herrick “Even Joe Vogel loves it” This past weekend we went to the Choolaah, a popular new restaurant whose cuisine is an Indian-spin on fast food. Located in… Continue reading

The Return of Harper Lee

By Crystal Zhao Nelle Harper Lee, recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom and author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel To Kill a Mockingbird, has been a staple of American literature since the… Continue reading

The Fight Against ISIS

By: Addie Klimek I’m sure by now all of you well informed global scholars at Hathaway Brown have heard of the terror acts from the Islamic state, also known as ISIS. The most… Continue reading