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Daniel Bumbarger’s Pilot Episode

Mr. Bumbarger (right) standing alongside his mentor, Chantel Klardie (left), another member of the school counseling staff at Hollis-Brookline High School.

Megan Strecker, Web Editor

October 4, 2019

After working at a Vermont high school for the past five years, Dan Bumbarger joined Hollis-Brookline High School staff as a school counselor in 2019. He’s described as an accepting and outgoing individual who loves jokes, students’ creativity and television. Attending Assumption College in Worcester, M...

The First Amendment and free spirits

The 2019 Free Spirits pose for one final group photo after the graduation ceremony of the Al Neuharth Free Spirit and Journalism Conference in Washington D.C.

Hannah Riseman, Head Editor

October 1, 2019

According to the 2019 State of the First Amendment survey conducted by the Freedom Forum Institute, only 4 percent of participants could name the Freedom of Petition, 12 percent could name the Freedom of Assembly, 22 percent the Freedom of the Press, 29 percent the Freedom of Religion, and 71 percent the Freedom of Speech. Despite the already dishea...

HB’s hidden talents

Rob Bardani ‘19 stands in front of his plane. He flies out of Nashua Biore Airfield and got his first lesson at 15 and pilot’s license at 18. “Aviation class could be really beneficial to our school.”

Alec MacEachen, News Editor

June 13, 2019

As a small school with constant budgetary issues, Hollis Brookline High School doesn’t have all the classes or extracurriculars that students can ask for. From S.T.E.M. or technical skills, to linguistic skills, some students have talents that don't have a home at HB. One example of a hidden ski...

High school royalty

Pictured is the class of 2019’s Prom King and Queen. “Thinking about high school 10 years from now, I’ll definitely think about the time when I won prom king,” says Miglani. The both of them are very happy to have this honor.

Josie Farwell, Staff Writer

June 6, 2019

On May 17, the 2019 Prom was held at the Doubletree Hotel in Nashua. The long-lived tradition of a class nominated king and queen is chosen by classmates, then the final decision is made by the chaperones. Many, if not all, students look forward to this special night, and the choosing of Prom Court ...

New findings at HB

New findings at HB

Kaleigh Whalen, Staff Writer

June 6, 2019

Com-PETEing in Robotics

Pictured here is the Szczeszynski robot “Gluten-Free” which lead them to to win their field and the Einstein trophy.

Alec MacEachen, News Editor

May 31, 2019

Hollis Brookline’s  Szczeszynski brothers (Peter ‘19 and Steven ‘20)  set records in their FTC (First Tech Challenge) and won their field in the Detroit Championship meet for Robotics. They also received the Control Award, which is awarded to the best and most reliable autonomous robot that relies on sensors. Peter Szczeszynski ‘19 recently competed with his younger b...

Young Dems starting early

The club helps decide what the members future looks like; therefore, we have to make a change. “Young people generally lean left, so it’s crucial that we vote as soon as we can. After all, the world created by current policy decisions is the world we’re going to be living in long term,” said Noah Penasack ‘20. Penasack is the vice chair of the NH high school Young Dems and is a co chair with Lily Coady for the club here.

Kaleigh Whalen, Staff Writer

May 22, 2019

With the constant commotion surrounding the political sphere, staying an informed and active citizen can be quite the challenge. To combat this all too common phenomenon, Lily Coady ‘20 started the Young Democrats club at Hollis Brookline High School in Dec. 2018. The club here at HB is affilia...

Kelsey Sweeney reaches 100 goals

 The girls lacrosse team celebrates after Sweeney recorded her 100th career goal. The “countdown” was at 98 entering the game against Keene on May 9, but fans didn’t have to wait long for number 99 and 100. “The milestone came as a pleasant surprise,” said Sweeney.

Kyle Simpson, Staff Writer

May 20, 2019

Kelsey Sweeney ‘19 scored her 100th career varsity lacrosse goal during a game against Keene on May 9. Entering the game with 98 goals, the fan’s anticipation was high with the achievement in sight. Before the first quarter ended, Sweeney scored two goals and reached the triple-digit milestone. ...

The future of HBHS Class of 2019

Ulrich, like many other seniors, wore her college apparel for National College Decision Day on May 1. “It was kind of sad seeing everyone in their college stuff. It just made it feel real that we are all really leaving in a few months,” said Ulrich. “But I’m excited.”

Sydney Speir, Staff Writer

May 15, 2019

For many Hollis Brookline High School seniors, May 1 marked an end to the prolonged process of college decisions. After months of test-taking and essay-writing, college-bound students have finally made their decisions of where they will spend the next two to four years. There were are many factors...

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