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The Train of Thought cast bows at the end of their show. This play was written by senior Jack Young, as part of the one act series for the International Thespian Society competition. Train of Thought and Time after Time were both written by seniors, paying homage to their theater experiences at HB, and a part of their final goodbye.

Senior One Acts: A Review

Theresa Cullen, Op-Ed Editor June 1, 2022

Sci-fi fantasy music and creative set designs filled the HBHS auditorium for the Senior One Acts at HB May 6th and 7th. Recently, Jack Young and Mia Karlsson worked together with Mr. Portu and the theater...

Ashe sits surrounded by candles, burning her right hand. This image, captured by Dana Trippe, is part of the concept art for Ashe’s debut album, which came out May 7, 2021. “Ashe is a remarkably talented 28-year-old Californian singer-songwriter with melodies that skip from childlike simplicity to sophisticated complexity from one line to the next,” said Variety.

The Phenomenon of Ashe

Katelyn Seamonds and Theresa Cullen January 13, 2022

In early 2019, Ashlyn Willson, known publicly as Ashe, released her hit single “Moral of the Story” which drew listeners in with the heartbreaking truths of her toxic marriage and personal struggles....

First Ever Korean Hit Netflix Show

Jill Bradbrook, Staff Writer January 6, 2022

Squid Game, the fictional series recently released on Netflix, has gained attraction from teenager and young adult viewers, one of them being me.  “Squid Game has officially reached 111 million fans...

Amanda Gorman reciting her poem, The Hill We Climb, at President Biden’s inauguration. Photo by the New York Times

Analyzing The Hill We Climb by Amanda Gorman

Emma Harley, Staff Writer January 6, 2022

Amanda Gorman, the inaugural poet, stood on the capitol steps on January 20, 2021, sharing a vision of unity and hope with the country. Just weeks before, rioters had climbed the very same steps, criticizing...

The Village by Wrabel.

Maverick Loveless, Staff Writer January 6, 2022

The Village by Wrabel is one of the ones that have gotten me through some tough times in my life. The Village is a song that is so empowering to transgender people, especially for younger people. It shows...

Canaan Smith

Tucker Luter, Staff Writer November 29, 2021

Canaan Smith is a country singer who likes to kick it old school with his unique modern style mixed with the classic country most people know. This is most apparent in his new album called High Country...

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest Book Review

Rachel Lindof, Assistant Head Editor October 22, 2021

Ken Kesey’s 1962 One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest tells the story of a fictional psychiatric institution in Oregon in the 1950’s. The story, told from the point of view of the seemingly deaf and mute...

Cars Review

Kelsey Sova, Staff Writer October 22, 2021

Everyone loves a good Disney movie. Whether that be Frozen, The Lion King, Toy Story, or even Cars, which is my personal favorite. A Lot of people will sigh or appear to be disappointed in me when I tell...

Exploring the 2019 Sensation that is Fine Line by Harry Styles

Katelyn Seamonds, Staff Writer October 22, 2021

When I first came across the album Fine Line by Harry Styles on Dec 26, 2019, I had absolutely no idea how much the music inside would change my life. Composed of a balanced mixture of soft rock and euphoric...

Jumanji

Amanda Gardiner, Staff Writer October 22, 2021

The movie Jumanji has been a staple in most American households since the movie came out in late 1995. The movie is about a haunted board game that locks players in and brings things like jungles, human...

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