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People everywhere struggle with allergies, and sensitivities. Many food product brands have started creating items that guarantee allergy safety, and no cross contamination. Restaurants though, are not always ensured to be safe. If allergies are a worry, it is important to be cautious. 
“(F)or the millions of Americans with severe life-threatening food allergies, dining out can feel like a minefield.”(CNN)

Dining with an allergy

Grace Sheehy, Staff Writer April 23, 2021

It was five o’clock, my family and I were getting ready to go out to dinner for my sister's 10th birthday. Following our tradition, she got to pick the restaurant. Not thinking much of it, I hopped in...

The storefront on Main Street in Brookline will remain desolate until a new buyer attempts to rekindle the once bright glow emanating from within. Pure Foods left Brookline in mid-March in order to make the move to Westford, Massachusetts. The Covid-19 pandemic was not easy on the small business, and neither was the small town it called home.

Purely Vacant

Cayden Plummer, Staff Writer April 19, 2021

Even here in “Live free or Die” New Hampshire where businesses have been open for months, generating foot traffic has been a tough chore for many business owners. The Covid-19 pandemic has not been...

Games for Tuesday 4/13

Sports, Writer April 13, 2021

HBHS opens the Spring Sports season today with 3 home games and 1 away game: The Softball team hosts Sanborn at 4:15pm. The Girls Tennis team hosts Sanborn at 4pm at Longfellow NH Tennis and Swim Club. The...

An almost emptied street in one of Vietnam’s tourist hubs, Nha Trang, located around 275 miles from Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon). In 2018, Nha Trang welcomed over 6.3 million tourists. “The motto is, let’s take action one step earlier. Correct and early action will prevent losses in life and health…” said one of Vietnam’s Deputy Prime Ministers, Vũ Đức Đam.

Should the United States take inspiration from Vietnam’s COVID-19 Response?

Noah Doran , Staff Writer April 9, 2021

Under the red and yellow flags of the Southeast Asian country of Vietnam, only 35 people have died from COVID-19. In the United States, people have trouble understanding that a country with over 96 million...

Remote learning has been different for everyone this year and we have all experienced some type of remote learning. Hollis Brookline students still have the choice to choose to be in person or remote. “I dont enjoy long periods of remote learning but sometimes it is a good break,” said Samantha Messina ‘21.

Remote learning in depth

Abigail Brown, Op-Ed Editor April 6, 2021

Quarter three is almost over at Hollis Brookline High School. This year at HB the school has made decisions at times to have all HB students learn remotely. Students have also had the choice to be remote...

This year Hollis Brookline held spirit week May 15-19. This year, the seniors won the spirit week competition. “Spirit week is fun for everyone,” said Oetjetns ‘21.

Spirit Week

Abigail Brown, Op-Ed Editor April 6, 2021

This year at Hollis-Brookline High School from March 15-19, spirit week took place for all students and staff. Spirit week is a friendly competition between classes on who has the most spirit, by dressing...

Students prepare for the possible reality of having to slow dance while maintaining social distance.

No dancing at prom: Rumor or Reality?

Sean Tisa, Staff Writer April 6, 2021

The day has finally come. After weeks of shopping for the perfect dress or tuxedo, you finally arrive at Beaver Brook for senior prom. The lights slowly dim, you anxiously walk to the dance floor with...

Graduation pods from the graduation of the class of 2020. Three seats per pod were given to each student providing them two parents or guardians to sit with them while they graduated. While the pod setup was upsetting to some due to limits to the amount of people in the pod, it allowed for a safe way to recognize the graduates accomplishments.

New Class Rank Policy

Rachel Brown, Staff Writer April 2, 2021

On January 21 of this year, the Cooperative school board voted to change their policy on Class Rank from a top ten system to a Latin Honors system. The new policy states that the practice of a top ten...

 Art can be created from inspiring places. While traveling to Pickity Place in New Hampshire, Isabelle took pictures of her sister in the garden. “I was inspired by the magical garden,” said Isabelle Colantuonio.

HB Student Wins the Scholastic Art Award

Sehar Gogia, Staff Writer April 2, 2021

During the month of Feb 2021, Isabelle Colantuonio ‘22 was awarded with the gold and silver keys of the Scholastic Art Award for the state of New Hampshire. Her hard work and dedication to art has been...

Brooke Allanach ‘21 walks her dog to get some fresh air and exercise in quarantine. She has been enjoying spending as much time outside as possible to keep busy and remain active daily. “It’s a good way to let some of the longer days go by a bit faster.

The Benefits of Quarantine

Emily Casey, Staff Writer April 29, 2020

Although most students have been bored inside for the last few weeks, there are many opportunities available to make the best of this quarantine. There are lots of benefits to staying home during this...

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