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The CavChron

The student news site of Hollis Brookline High School

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 A traditional smoothie bowl made with acai berry and topped with granola and berries similar to those at the new Balanced Cafe in Amherst, NH.

Balanced Café: Worth the price?

Claire Ballou, Sports Editor May 2, 2023

A new cafe in Amherst on 101A opened recently, focusing on smoothies, wraps, salads, and acai bowls. Found in the same building that A&E coffee formerly was in, Balanced Cafe is situated in the plaza...

The 2022 Baseball team after winning the state championship 7 - 2 against St. Thomas Aquinas.

Will The Baseball Team Match The Success of Last Season?

Megan White and Claire Ballou April 12, 2023

In an exciting end to the season, the boys' baseball team won the state championship last spring. Several students cheered the team on in the final against St. Thomas Aquinas, in which they pulled off...

I feel like I applied to more reach schools than I would’ve if I had had to turn in my SAT scores. I was also more able to focus on my school work than trying to get the best SAT score possible. I don’t really feel like my score is a good measure of my intelligence and capabilities, so I was definitely much more confident not having to submit them. -Annabelle Jesse

Test-Optional Applications have Increased Competitiveness in College Admissions

Ashton Foltz and Owen Goodchild April 11, 2023

I sat down ready to be smacked in the face with the cold, hard reality of my SAT score. My friends around me had already rushed toward the same goal and cheered about the beautiful future they would have...

Austyn Kump, winner of the first-ever NH individual girls state wrestling tournament.

Making History: Meet Austyn Kump, Girls Wrestling State Champion

Aiden C. Barker April 10, 2023

Austyn Kump, a senior at Hollis Brookline High School (HBHS), had never wrestled in her life. Sure, she had watched others wrestle for her own school and the occasional boxing scene in a Hollywood film,...

Savannah Duquette finishes her softball game in the 2022 season.

Senior Advice to Juniors

Zarina Nicholas, Staff Writer April 8, 2023

Seniors have almost finished the final year of their high school careers. College applications are being sent in, gap years are being planned out, and others are ready to go right to work after school....

There are about 150 million monthly active TikTok users in the US.

Would a TikTok Ban be all that Bad?

Trevor Coleman, Staff Writer April 7, 2023

I’ve never caught onto the trends that most people my age were into. I hardly ever used Instagram when I had it, I only have Snapchat to talk to a few select people and still have never even downloaded...

This graph shows how many million hectares countries have lost all across the world. Even among a worldwide statistic, Brazil is leading by a heavy margin.

The Amazon: a World on Fire

Owen Goodchild, Staff Writer April 6, 2023

I sat on my couch, staring at the TV in shock. In front of me, I saw the Amazon rainforest, or at least that's what I was told. The screen flashed and suddenly my whole view was a bright roaring red. 10...

A professional player in game at the Rocket League Championship Series.

eSports: What You Should Know

Nate McEvoy, Staff Writer April 5, 2023

During the pandemic we all found ourselves spending hours a day on our computers. Some watched shows and movies, and some spent hours in online meetings. Many young people around the world chose to play...

Students from Parker Charter School explore the tip of Morgans Bluff, the highest point of the island, on their school trip to Andros Island, Bahamas.

Trips Abroad

Luke Ledger, Staff Writer April 4, 2023

Many high school students graduate with a plan to go straight to college or begin their lives in the work industry, but what many don’t consider taking is a semester abroad. Some students fear the distance...

Band and choir students stand in front of the MET.

Music Students Travel to NYC for a Field Trip

Celia Wallis, News Editor April 3, 2023

On Wednesday, March 22, 38 band and choir students left school for their five-day trip to New York City. Students got to experience many famous New York attractions such as going to a Broadway show, visiting...

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