Laptop Stickers: A Snapshot of Personality

By: Sue Roy We all are required to have laptops at the Upper School and we’ve all seen the various designs students have put on their laptops to make it their own. I… Continue reading

Freshman Questions: ANSWERED

By: Hannah Yahraus When do we start talking about college? Want to be besties with a senior? Here are five steps to wiggling your way into their heart Don’t ask them about college… Continue reading

Fall TV Shows

By: Molly Coughlin New Shows  Red Band Society – Sept. 17 at 9 pm on FOX The mysteries of Laura – Sept. 17 at 10pm on NBC Madam Secretary – Sept. 21 at… Continue reading

Horoscopes

By: Carly Wellener and Faith Griggs Libra- (September 23- October 22) You will step on a forgotten tomato in the lunch room. When this happens, you will be nowhere near the salad bar… Continue reading

Hatch #2?

By: Faith Griggs Earlier this month I interviewed one of HB’s favorite English teachers, Mr. Hatcher, about a very exciting development. His wife is pregnant with their second child, and is due later this… Continue reading

Free Time Good Reads

By: Lauren Battle I think it’s safe to say that most of us here at HB don’t have much free time on our hands. Whether we’re swamped with nightly homework assignments and history… Continue reading

HB Girl’s Guide: Lunch Time

By: Regan Brady and Lina Ghosh I’m sitting on the edge of my seat (strategically placed near the door) in my X period class. It’s 12:59 and I’m staring at the clock as… Continue reading

Blazer is the New Black

By: Caroline Jobson Cracking down on students is the newly revised penal system. While in past years a Saturday detention required a total of nine points, this year a mere three points will… Continue reading

PC: Net Neutrality

By: Maddie Shade

Real Conversations with Real People, year 2

By: Li Stebner Twelve fifteen rolls around on a Tuesday or Thursday and you can be sure that the lunch line in the cafeteria will be missing at least fifty people. These fifty… Continue reading