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National College Decision Day

Bella Zampieri, Staff Writer
May 18
Filed under News, Showcase

Sunday, May 1 was a monumental day for high school seniors around the country. Known as  National College Decision Day, it was the deadline for students to commit to a college and send in their deposits. For many students, this is the most crucial decision they may have to face. It's also the  day that senior...

Guitar Night: The upcoming show

Guitar Night: The upcoming show

Emma Dougherty, News Editor
May 13
Filed under News, Showcase

This year will be the fifteenth annual Guitar Night held May 13 & 14, conducted by HBHS’s student body and led by math teacher and music enthusiast Mark Illingworth.   Illingworth organized 4 special events this past autumn, including Beatles Night, Motown Night, Classic Rock Night, and...

Changing the community one soup at a time

Changing the community one soup at a time

Sophia Bruzik, StuCo Correspondent
May 12
Filed under News, Showcase

While some HBHS students were visiting France, London and Montreal, others from HB the Change were doing what they could to help at the Nashua Soup Kitchen. Chris Aulbach ‘17, Caroline Kroeger ‘17, Jillian O’Hara ‘19, Maggie O’Hara ‘17, Javier Sandoval ‘17, and Jackie Haytayan ‘17 took...

Bear Watch at HBHS

Bear Watch at HBHS

Caroline Kroeger, Staff Writer
May 12
Filed under News, Uncategorized

Last week, administrators spotted a bear roaming around closely outside the building. The staff made an effort to keep all students safe and sound within the school. The bear left the grounds soon after arriving without making any disturbances, going unnoticed by many of the students and staff in th...

Sophomore Games Night

Sophomore Games Night

Logan Collins, Staff Writer
May 5
Filed under April, News

  On March 16th, the HBHS Class of 2018 participated in a fundraiser called the “Sophomore Games Night.” The goal of the night was to allow member of the sophomore class to meet fellow  students in a comfortable setting and hopefully create some new friendships.   After paying a five dollar entrance fee, stu...

‘DOS’ for the GSA

‘DOS’ for the GSA

Stephanie Buchanan, Staff Writer
May 1
Filed under News

The Day of Silence happens every year; this year it fell on Friday, April 15. The Day of Silence is an annual event that is sponsored by Gay Straight Alliances (GSA) all across the country. Participants can take the vow of silence for the day to help bring attention to the silencing effect as well as...

A new addition to the school

A new addition to the school

Caroline Kroeger, Staff Writer
April 22
Filed under April, News, Showcase

HBHS Spanish teacher Mrs. Robbins (formerly known as Sheehan) and her husband Joe Robbins welcomed Layla Joy Robbins into the world at 8:53 p.m. on Friday April 15. Baby Robbins is 7 pounds and only 20 inches. Robbins left school early in the morning on Wednesday April 13. her friends, family, and st...

Showing the spirit: tied up in tie-dye

Showing the spirit: tied up in tie-dye

Nicole Poitras, A&E Editor
April 21
Filed under April, News, Showcase

Yesterday was red, white, and blue, but today HB tasted the rainbow. Tie Dye was the theme for this last day prior to the closing ceremony. Students did not disappoint; the popular pattern was visible throughout the halls as far as the eye could see, whether on shirts, pants - or, on some students, b...

Showing the spirit: born in the USA

Showing the spirit: born in the USA

Nicole Poitras, A&E Editor
April 20
Filed under April, News

Oh say can you see all of the spirit? Today the halls of Hollis Brookline were painted red, white, and blue for USA Day. Many students went all out, dressing themselves in patriotic hats, suspenders, sunglasses, shorts, and flashing necklaces. Others chose a low-key look, such as Nate Corsetti ‘17, wh...

Showing the spirit: Tropical Tuesday

Showing the spirit: Tropical Tuesday

Nicole Poitras and Stephanie Buchanan
April 19
Filed under April, News

Although this morning’s weather proved a little soggy and cold, it didn’t dampen HB’s spirit. Students participating in Spirit Week brought in the warmth of the islands with tropical shirts, leis, straw hats, and even one or two ukuleles.   The energy from yesterday’s opening ceremo...

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