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HB senior awarded NRRA’s Outstanding Student Recycler of the Year Award

HB senior awarded NRRA’s Outstanding Student Recycler of the Year Award

Maggie O'Hara, Co-Editor in Chief
June 1, 2017
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The Northeast Resource Recovery Association (NRRA) recognized sen ior Allie Campbell’s exceptional recycling efforts on Tuesday, May 23 at their annual conference, naming her “Outstanding Student Recycler of the Year.” The Hollis Brookline Green Group, the environmental and recycling club, ha...

HB FIRST Robotics team brings home silver

HB FIRST Robotics team brings home silver

Maggie O'Hara and Ava Occhialini
May 25, 2017
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The HBHS Robotics team brought home a silver medal from the FIRST World Championships early this month, where they competed among more than 400 other teams in St. Louis, Missouri. After weeks of designing, prototyping, and programming, the HBHS Robotics team brought their newest Robot, Zeppelin, to comp...

HB Legal Studies class creates mock trial

HB Legal Studies class creates mock trial

Mario Barassi, Assistant Sports Editor
May 25, 2017
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It is on the news every day: a local trial going on in the community. Sometimes the suit is a high profile case, such as the Aaron Hernandez murder trial, or the Boston Marathon bombing trial. Judges are assigned, jurors are selected, and witnesses are called. On Wednesday, May 17, 2017, fourth period Leg...

Mr. HB: a tradition in need of a makeover?

Mr. HB: a tradition in need of a makeover?

Ava Occhialini, A&E Editor
May 10, 2017
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Mr. HBHS has always been a hallmark event of tongue-in-cheek pageantry for the students at Hollis Brookline High School. Known as an evening of laughs during which students vy for the envied title and cash prizes, the event is a long time tradition. This year, from among the nominated young men, Cooper...

HB FIRST Robotics team celebrates district win

HB FIRST Robotics team celebrates district win

Derek Davidson, Staff Writer
May 2, 2017
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The HB Robotics team traveled to UNH for their three-day district robotics competition from April 6 to 8. The Force Team was matched up against the top 64 teams all across New England. All the teams were competing to qualify for the national competition in St. Louis, MO-- and the Force Team came out on ...

Seat belt challenge returns to HB

Seat belt challenge returns to HB

Anthony Tamposi, Staff Writer
May 1, 2017
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On Wednesday, April 12, Hollis Brookline High School hosted their annual Seatbelt Challenge. Outside of the back lobby, an old police car was parked and used for the competition. In the seat belt challenge, four people sit in the police car with their seatbelts on. When SRO Officer Bergeron blows...

A fun-filled day for underclassmen

A fun-filled day for underclassmen

Caroline Kroeger, News Editor
April 20, 2017
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On Wednesday, April 5, while the junior class worked hard on the SATs, both the freshman and sophomore class took the day off from the classroom--but not from learning. 9th graders explored the Wright Museum while 10th graders experienced a well portrayed rendition of William Shakespeare's The Tempest, as produ...

Author Gloria Norris visits Memoirs class

Author Gloria Norris visits Memoirs class

Nicole Poitras, Co-Editor in Chief
April 14, 2017
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It began when English teacher Ann Melim was reading Kookooland and realized she had a question about a certain part of the novel. She decided to email the author, Gloria Norris. The two began a conversation that culminated with a visit from the author on April 10. Melim’s first period Memoirs cl...

HB sophomore wins competition for her original jazz piece

HB sophomore wins competition for her original jazz piece

Leslie Comeau, Features Editor
April 13, 2017
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The NHMEA Composition Contest is an event where students from kindergarten to college compose songs of any genre and compete against one another in four divisions, based on grade level. The contest ended February 1, and the results were announced March 15. In the high school division, HB’s own Amy...

Brookline Runs on Dunkin

Brookline Runs on Dunkin

Kailah Cox, Staff Writer
March 28, 2017
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Brookline NH is a small town with few businesses. Dunkin’ Donuts has become a significantly popular place to go for coffee and breakfast items. Whether kids  running to Dunks at 6 a.m. before school, or adults stopping on their way home from work, there is always someone there. The grand opening of the...

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