7 Incredible Life Hacks

By: Laura Mueller and Rebecca Weinberger 7 Incredible Life HacksTM Accept the inevitable. How to Make a Mug Cake (A Cake in a Mug) VOICE:  There are three ways to make a mug… Continue reading

Top 5 Super Bowl Ads of 2015

By: Val Mischka Congrats to the Patriots! Sorry Seahawks, but Katy Perry topped your Super Bowl performance. The Super Bowl has to be one of the biggest events in the U.S., since pretty… Continue reading

The Pros and Cons of Artificial Turf at HB

By: Caroline Jobson HB is currently deciding whether or not to replace the grass athletic fields with artificial turf, or polyethylene plastic grass usually with an in-fill base of ground-up tires. Whether you… Continue reading

Hathaway Brown School For Girls’ School Spirit: A Tragedy

By Lizzie Crotty As a second-semester Junior, the college process is on the horizon, and everyone is trying to find their perfect fit. When I think about the kind of school I want… Continue reading

Which HB English Teacher Are You?

By: Bessie Toohey and Becca Lambright Click HERE to find out which English teacher shares your personality!

Things To Do in Cleveland

By: Rachel Lowrie You’re sitting at home on a Friday night, bored out of your mind and cursing your parents for choosing Ohio to be the place you grew up. With seemingly nothing… Continue reading

Improving the HB experience: One Twitter Account at a Time

By: Lizzie Crotty Have you ever sat in the student center, heard your stomach grumble, and thought, “Hey! I wonder if the brown bag is open.” But of course, like the rest of… Continue reading

Last Class of Senior Forum: The Mythical End to the College Process—A Senior’s Perspective

By: Jordan Doak Last week, in my second official wellness class, we were presented a statistic: the typical college counselor is faced with a 1 to 900 ratio. That means 900 students to… Continue reading

First Class of Junior Forum: Starting the College Process—A Junior’s Perspective

By: Isabella Nilsson Like a ghost story passed around a children’s campfire, ominous whispers about the experience passed from ear to ear in the hall, and I heard echoes of junior forum long before… Continue reading

An Insider’s Perspective of the Crimean Conflict

By: Aarathi Sahadevan As HB students, the news is something that we carry with us on a daily basis. We strive to fix the world that endures the atrocities of wars, the burden… Continue reading