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Top 5 things to watch this summer

Top 5 things to watch this summer

Katelyn Sova, Staff Writer June 17, 2019

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.”

HB’s hidden talents

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...

The cover and expanded cover of Big Thief’s U.F.O.F.

U.F.O.F.: An oddly tender album

Jackson Hinkle, Staff Writer June 10, 2019

Big Thief is a band with no small amount of experience with deeply emotional, heart-wrenching albums, but their newest, U.F.O.F. (2019), provides whole new dimensions of strange love and regret. Based...

Students from all classes fulfilled their civic duty by voting for their desired 2019-2020 representatives. Ballots were color coded and boxes were organized by class.

Student Government Elections

Harry Bates, News Editor June 10, 2019

During CAVBlock last Wednesday, student government candidates from all classes spoke to their student bodies in an attempt to sway voters before the election. All positions, excluding Secretary for the...

Dog of the Week 🐕 6-2

Dog of the Week 🐕 6-2

June 7, 2019

Introducing Ayla, the last Dog of the Week for the 2018-2019 school year!   Submitted by Kail Arthur '21

“Our school sports aren’t that bad,” Magnuszewski exclaims, as the trophy case shows. The trophy case reveals all the sports accomplishments. There are trophies from last year and there were some recently added this year.

Worth the switch?

Paisley Broadhurst, Staff Writer June 7, 2019

It is no secret to the Hollis Brookline community that we lose athletes each year to the neighboring private schools, but the majority of students leaving attend Bishop Guertin, which is located just 15...

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.

High school royalty

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....

New findings at HB

New findings at HB

Kaleigh Whalen , Staff Writer June 6, 2019

Mattress fundraiser posters can be found all around Hollis Brookline High School. According to Barbosa, advertisement will play a big part in the financial success of the fundraiser. “I think we did [the mattress fundraiser] about seven or eight years ago to mild success, but that was with a choir teacher that was part time instead of full time, so the advertisement for it wasn’t pushed as much,” said Barbosa.

Mattress Fundraiser

Sydney Speir, Staff Writer June 5, 2019

I’m sure you’ve heard of students selling candles and cookies to raise money, whether it's for a sports team, student council, or a club. However, the Hollis Brookline High School Performing Arts...

A typical Buffalo Wild Wings location. The store draws large crowds on game days for their famous wings and crazy sports environment.

The flavorful taste of Buffalo Wild Wings

Kyle Simpson, Staff Writer June 13, 2018

Buffalo Wilds Wings has grown to be one of the most popular wing chains throughout America. Known for its sports theme, the restaurant draws large crowds on game days for its famous wings and its rowdy...

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