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The art of equestrianism

The art of equestrianism

Hannah Riseman, Op-Ed Co-Editor

April 30, 2018


Filed under April, Opinion, Showcase

At times when the integrity of sports is brought to the table, there is always someone that claims horseback riding, a broad term which encompasses easily 50 different disciplines, is not a true sport. Horseback riding is indeed a sport, and one of the most dangerous in the Olympics at that. F...

Girls and Boys Lax Preseason

Girls and Boys Lax Preseason

JP Blasi, Assistant Editor

April 20, 2018


Filed under April, Showcase, Sports

Despite the loss of senior players, the Hollis Brookline Boys Lacrosse team is still looking to maintain excellence this season. In Coach Rich MacDonough's second year, he is looking to create a long lasting culture of success that allows his team to thrive in their playing style regardless of personnel c...

Aquaponics? I hardly know her.

Aquaponics? I hardly know her.

Max Porter, Staff Writer

April 19, 2018


Filed under April, Features, Showcase

As many people know, HBHS offers a unique program, Senior Quest, and one particular student is taking advantage of this opportunity to create an aquaponics garden at Hollis Brookline  Middle School. A lot has happened since the last time we checked in on Jack Aldana-Proulx. How hard can creating an aquapo...

Track and Field’s new coaches

Track and Field’s new coaches

Rowan Gingras, Op-Ed Co-Editor

April 19, 2018


Filed under April, Showcase, Sports

The spring sports season at Hollis-Brookline High School has begun, and students are preparing for their next games and meets. One team is track and field, which, despite being a popular student option, had a huge problem earlier this year: there were no coaches. Track and field is a multi-faceted sport, co...

Christine Heaton and her Outstanding Library Program of the Year

Christine Heaton and her Outstanding Library Program of the Year

Emmie White, News Editor

April 18, 2018


Filed under April, News, Showcase

Hollis Brookline High School’s very own Christine Heaton, librarian, has been awarded the 2018 NHSLMA Outstanding Library Program award for the fantastic library she has imagined, developed, and fostered over the last five years. On March 28, Heaton was sent a letter by the NHSLMA (New Hampshire School...

Thespians Act at Theater Festival

Thespians Act at Theater Festival

Nick Shepard, Staff Writer

April 18, 2018


Filed under A & E, April, Showcase

The latter half of the third academic quarter was eventful for the Hollis Brookline High School theater department, as just a short week after putting on a fantastic production of Joe DiPietro’s ‘All Shook Up’ for the spring musical, they were back to work. This time, they would not be performing f...

Sports Shelves Organization

Sports Shelves Organization

Leila Caplan, Staff Writer

April 18, 2018


Filed under April, Opinion, Showcase

Every day, students at Hollis Brookline High School rely on the shelves outside the locker rooms to hold their bags until it is time for practice. It has become increasingly difficult to find a spot on the shelves, or to find bags at the end of the day due to the amount of students using them. So, is ...

Alpine Ski Team: A Season in Review

Alpine Ski Team: A Season in Review

Hannah Riseman, Op-Ed Co-Editor

April 16, 2018


Filed under April, Sports

In the 2017-2018 ski season, the Hollis Brookline Alpine Ski Teams did extremely well, improving their team spirit and continuing to ski at a top-notch level. In the beginning of the season, the teams practiced for about a month before their first race on December 21. This year, Trevor Cardin ‘18...

A closer look at Article 2

A closer look at Article 2

Max Porter, Rowan Gingras, Kyle Simpson, and Lindsey Wood

April 13, 2018


Filed under April, Opinion

Spring is here, which means it’s time for the annual Cooperative School District meetings in the Hollis-Brookline district. One of the articles proposed is of particular interest to students, taxpayers and the entire community: Article 2. Article 2 allows for the addition of a new STEM lab at HBHS, as well as an updated weight room. The STEM lab would be used as a c...

Remembrance

Remembrance

Adam McQuilkin, Staff Writer

April 11, 2018


Filed under A & E, April, Showcase

Last Wednesday, the Honors Choir and various members of the HB musical community participated in a workshop led by Dr. Philip Andrew Rice, a DMA in musical composition. Rice created a musical composition based on the work of HB’s Patrick Bloniasz ‘18, specifically a poem created after a trip wit...

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