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Tri M Students sing for Veterans

Mackenzie Riel, Backpage editor

May 28, 2014


Filed under News

May isn’t just a month of AP’s and prom preparation, it holds one of the most important holidays celebrated by Americans since 1868, Memorial Day. Every year on Memorial day the Trim M Music Honor Society puts on a luncheon for veterans in the community. For those who don’t know, the Tri M is...

Students create a mural inspired by Spain

Students create a mural inspired by Spain

Sara Swabowicz, Co Editor-in-Chief

May 14, 2014


Filed under News, Showcase

Savannah Werne, '14, and Holly Eisenberg, '16, created a mural in Sr. Basbas' room depicting Spain and its various regions. The mural also includes popular cultural aspects of Spain including Flamenco dancing and bull fighting.

Vamos a Boston

Vamos a Boston

Sara Swabowicz, Co-editor-in-chief

April 24, 2014


Filed under News, Showcase

On Tuesday, April 22, the Spanish Club went on a field trip to Boston to tour the Museum of Fine Arts, and have lunch at an authentic Mexican restaurant in the area called La Siesta. The goal of the field trip was to immerse students in Latin American culture. At the MFA students viewed the exhibit...

The Crimea conundrum

The Crimea conundrum

Matt Claire, Sports Editor

March 28, 2014


Filed under News

Is this the second coming of the Cold War? How far will Russia go? These are all valid questions. Vladimir Putin, President of Russia, is testing the water by trying to take over Crimea from the Ukraine, and it seems like Ukraine knows that they don’t stand a chance without the West’s help. This i...

The Keystone debate

The Keystone debate

Julie Christie, Assistant Editor

March 26, 2014


Filed under Features, News

On March 2, several hundred college students were arrested in front of the White House for staging a public protest against the Keystone XL pipeline. The protest was orchestrated by the student run organization, XL Dissent, which is led by nearly sixty students from more than forty-five colleges and...

The brown bag advantage

Lauria Patz & Matt Claire, Entertainment Editor & Sports Editor

March 26, 2014


Filed under News, Uncategorized

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Student council elections moved to March

Sara Swabowicz, Co-editor-in-chief

March 25, 2014


Filed under News

In past years, annual student council elections have been held in May, but this year, elections will be held on Wednesday, March 26. Speeches will be given to classes during Cav Block, and voting will follow during lunches. All though elections will be held this week, new members elected onto council will not beg...

Anything Goes Ready to Set Sail

Anything Goes Ready to Set Sail

Harrison Newman, Staff

March 20, 2014


Filed under A & E, News, Showcase

The Hollis-Brookline High School theatre department has returned to bring the community another show that students, parents, and teachers can enjoy. This musical production is of the Broadway show Anything Goes with the original score written by Cole Porter.     Anything Goes, directed by Elyse To...

The Force Team wins Industrial Design at competition in Durham

The Force Team wins Industrial Design at competition in Durham

Hannah St. George, Copy Editor

March 18, 2014


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On Thursday and Friday Mar. 6 and 7, HB’s FIRST Robotics team met a great deal of success at a district competition at UNH. Craig Stone, ‘14, describes this year’s robot as, “the best we’ve had in years.” “It performed the best and it was the most reliable robot we’ve ever had,” he added...

Endicott Survey helps HB move in the right direction

Endicott Survey helps HB move in the right direction

Mackenzie Riel, Contributor

March 13, 2014


Filed under News, Showcase

With all the talk of accreditation and other controversy at the board meeting on Monday March 3, the Endicott survey cashing in on the school, couldn’t have come at a better time. Specifically, accreditation is a process by which schools are assessed based on their quality and to place them based on...

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