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Seniors’ guide to choosing the right college

Seniors’ guide to choosing the right college

Adam McQuilkin, Avery Webb, Jonathan Brunkhardt, and Lexie Vachon

January 3, 2018


Filed under Features, January, Showcase

Senior's Choosing a college may seem like the most important decision of a teen’s life, and in some ways, it is. It may mean choosing a new home to live in for the next four years as we teenagers become adults. How is anyone supposed to choose just one school to be the “perfect” school for them? ...

Quite a bit of coin!

Quite a bit of coin!

Ryugo Okada, Cameron Lapierre, Alex Goussios, and Ethan Hemenway

January 3, 2018


Filed under December, Features, Showcase

Bitcoins have gone through several unusual, exciting and potentially concerning developments rapidly over the past month. In the beginning of November, the price of an individual BTC (Bitcoin) was hovering around $6000-$7000. However, during the last week of November, the price reached $10000 for th...

The Evolution of Christmas

The Evolution of Christmas

Noah Penasack, Grace Straka, and Laura Considine and Joe Messina

December 21, 2017


Filed under December, Features, Showcase

Throughout the centuries, Christmas has become one of the most prominent holidays celebrated by Americans,though its significance varies among individuals. Originating from the Roman celebration of the winter solstice, Saturnalia, Christmas has changed drastically throughout history. Even today, wh...

The Guide to Gift Giving

The Guide to Gift Giving

Isabel Keefe, Richie Huppe, and Sierra Dinman

December 19, 2017


Filed under December, Features, Showcase

Creative When it comes to giving gifts during the holidays, many people stress about finding the perfect gift for their friends or loved ones. Some people don't have the time or funds to buy the extravagant gifts that some of their recipients may like. Other people just don't know where to start in th...

What’s that tree doing in my living room!?

What’s that tree doing in my living room!?

Eleanor Quarles, Mary Martin, and Patrick Grimes

December 19, 2017


Filed under December, Features, Showcase

With the Christmas season starting earlier and earlier every year, it’s just about that time for many families to start the festive season by buying their Christmas tree. For some, buying a Christmas tree is such a mindless tradition that they simply follow their usual routine. Whether bought from a loc...

Treb tradition is still on target!

Treb tradition is still on target!

Adam McQuilkin, Staff Writer

December 15, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

https://youtu.be/Rs7MA0b75Ig As per tradition, a legion of trebuchets was unleashed on the softball field in the early hours on the morning of Friday, October 27th, raining down water balloons on HB students and teachers. Treb Day, as it’s affectionately known, is a yearly staple of the AP Physics...

Fun-tastic English electives

Fun-tastic English electives

Emily Mitchell, Staff Writer

November 28, 2017


Filed under Features, November, Showcase

There are lots of fun semester-long classes to take if someone enjoys English; some focus more on different styles of writing, while others dissect different film elements. Each elective differs from the others in their own style--what you learn and what you get out of it. Some electives in the HBHS ...

Can this year’s HB Math Team live up to the hype?

Can this year’s HB Math Team live up to the hype?

Scott VanCoughnett, Features Editor

November 27, 2017


Filed under Features, November, Showcase

Hollis Brookline’s Math Team has been a league-wide powerhouse for years and years. Opposing teams in the past used to cower in fear when they heard they were attending a meet with HB. This season isn’t quite the same for the Cavaliers’ mathletes, but they have a lot of great competitors. With ...

Tut tut looks like rain

Tut tut looks like rain

Joseph Schunemann, A&E Editor

November 26, 2017


Filed under Features, November, Showcase

The Earth is a changing place; nature moves this way and that and it’s not always human nature to keep up with it. In New Hampshire, we experience weather much stranger than most, with weather your regular run of the mill man couldn’t predict. In reality, climatologists have seen these events coming f...

The war on trees

The war on trees

Patrick Grimes, Humor Editor

November 25, 2017


Filed under Features, November

Wind and trees: rivals for as long as anyone can remember. For millennia, they have waged countless wars, leaving all in the crossfire. The 29th of October marked the first battle in what’s sure to be a hellish war this autumn and winter. The wind is sure to embark on several campaigns to ensure tha...

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