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Cavaliers resembling creatures

Cavaliers resembling creatures

Lian Tumas, Contributor

November 20, 2013


Filed under A & E, Showcase

Just like some people on this planet have a doppelgänger, some people also have animals that look like them. Personalities and looks factor into what animal could represent someone. Lizzy Davis ‘15, “I think people look like animals because humans are very similar to animals. A lot of ani...

An unconvential take on a traditional Thanksgiving

An unconvential take on a traditional Thanksgiving

Sage Stone, Contributor

November 20, 2013


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It’s the holiday season once again and Thanksgiving is just days away. There are meals to be prepared and picky eaters to please. Where there’s no doubt that the star of Thanksgiving will always be the turkey, there are too many people who are playing the accompanying dishes short.The “side”kicks...

50 shades of Chrome

50 shades of Chrome

Jonathan Northcott, Media Editor

November 20, 2013


Filed under A & E

The Chromebook has become a go to option for many students, and as they become more popular, several new companies are releasing their own spin running the Google OS. It is difficult to find a balance between performance and price, especially with the influx of models going out onto the market. One of...

Apple picking: Which iPhone is right for you?

Apple picking: Which iPhone is right for you?

Jonathan Northcott, Media Editor

November 20, 2013


Filed under A & E

Apple started their letter system a few years back when the went from the iPhone 4 to the 4s, and recently they doubled up with the 5s and 5c. The question now is which is better, if any? The iPhone 5s is the new flagship from Apple where multiple areas of the phone have been upgraded and features...

To see ‘Thor’ or not to see?

To see ‘Thor’ or not to see?

Austin Bumpus, Co-Editor

November 20, 2013


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One of the most anticipated superhero movies since Man of Steel was released in June, Thor: The Dark World was released in theaters November 8, and has superhero fanatics around the world buzzing. The newest addition to the Marvel Universe and the world of Asgard, the second part of the Thor series expands...

Don’t panic it’s organic

Don’t panic it’s organic

Maddie Goodwin, Contributor

November 13, 2013


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Eating organically is beginning to become more popular as more light is shone upon unhealthy foods that aren't organic. It is important to eat organically for many different reasons including the effect on the human body and the environment. Natural and organic foods are foods that follow a strict process...

Film Club: Scene 1, Take 1

Film Club: Scene 1, Take 1

Grant Johnson, Contributor

November 6, 2013


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There is a new club sweeping the HB scene. No this is not just another club, this is the Hollis Brookline Film Club.   The club is a collaborative inspiration between club founder Erin Hattamer ‘15, and club advisor Nerissa Calo. Calo had Hattamer as a student in her second-semester film...

Is Blackberry on the way out?

Is Blackberry on the way out?

Jonathan Northcott, Assistant Media Editor

November 6, 2013


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Blackberry had Apple’s business model back before it was popular, but the two companies went in very different directions. Apple is pushing a $640 billion dollar evaluation while Blackberry is being torn apart by Asian jackals. Lenovo, the boat IBM jumped from, was purchased by a Chinese company who...

HB senior branches out to community theater

HB senior branches out to community theater

Alec Paulson, Media Editor

November 1, 2013


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After being introduced to the theater in the seventh grade, Hollis Brookline High School senior, Melissa Oittinen was a part of The Peacock Players production of an adaption of Alice in Wonderland. She started with Peacock when she auditioned for Peacockapella, the acapella group, and was selected to...

Shining light on The Shining

Shining light on The Shining

Erin Hattamer, Contributor

October 30, 2013


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It's October. We all know what that means, horror movies. The new “scary” and “terrifying” movies come flooding out the cinemas' doors. Instead of barely getting goosebumps off the generic, modern thrillers, go for an oldie but a goodie. The Shining. Released in 1980, this horror movie has become...

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