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What else does the Life Skills program have up their sleeve?

What else does the Life Skills program have up their sleeve?

Myra Morin, Staff Writer

March 13, 2019

The Life Skills program has their own blackboard decorated with all kinds of themes ranging from holidays and seasons. What will occur next, will it be about spring or will it be about the next holiday, St. Patrick’s day? Or will it remain a secret…? Their last decoration board was themed Valentine's...

Presidential candidate Cory Booker visits Nashua, NH house party

Presidential candidate Cory Booker visits Nashua, NH house party

Lily Coady, Staff Writer

March 11, 2019

On Monday, February 20, Senator Cory Booker (NJ) kicked off his presidential campaign by attending a house party in Nashua, NH. The party was hosted by New Hampshire Senator Cindy Rosenwood and featured an inspirational speech by Booker describing the core values of his campaign. The Democratic can...

HB takes on Disney World

HB takes on Disney World

Sydney Speir, Staff Writer

March 6, 2019

February in New England can be a dreary time for high school students. Post-midterm school work is kicking back into full swing, while the frigid temperatures make the outdoors an unbearably cold place. Luckily for HBHS students, the end of the month also brings the prospect of the heavily-anticipated wint...

Donate for change

Donate for change

Paisley Broadhurst, Staff Writer

February 21, 2019

On Jan. 30, the Red Cross Club held its annual Blood Drive in Hollis Brookline High School’s mini gym. Students aged sixteen and over were given an opportunity to donate their blood where it is then taken to hospitals and given to patients who are in need of it. According to Sophia Whipp ‘20, who is a pa...

Educators strike amidst Los Angeles Unified School District conflict

Educators strike amidst Los Angeles Unified School District conflict

Grace Straka, Op-Ed Editor

February 15, 2019

Beginning on Monday, Jan.14, teachers working in Los Angeles, California, started to strike. For six days, educators stood through rain and shine, protesting for better pay and funding to go toward the school environment. Ending on January 20, the Los Angeles Unified School District was able to reach a co...

Conflict in the Capitol

Conflict in the Capitol

Harry Bates, News Editor

February 12, 2019

After conflict erupted in Washington D.C. between House Democrats and President Trump over funding for a disputed border wall, all “non-essential” government offices came to a halt for 35 days. The government shutdown officially started on Dec. 22, 2018 after disagreements among legislators in regards to border wall ...

HB the People

HB the People

Nora Miller, A&E Editor

January 10, 2019

On Dec. 7, students in Hollis Brookline High School’s AP U.S. Government class traveled to Concord, NH to compete in the district We The People hearing. HBHS students were joined by three other high schools at the NH Legislative Building to be tested on their knowledge of the US Constitution and Gove...

Sweater weather: Teacher edition

Sweater weather: Teacher edition

Hannah Riseman, Features Editor

December 22, 2018

Yesterday, December  21, 2018, staff members across every department joined forces in the ultimate holiday sweater take-over. In order to incorporate the student body, the staff decided to turn it into a twinning scavenger hunt. Throughout the day, students had to find the teacher pairs with mat...

The art of poetry and oratory: Poetry Out Loud 2018

The art of poetry and oratory: Poetry Out Loud 2018

Hannah Riseman, Features Editor

December 20, 2018

On Dec. 18, Hollis Brookline High School held its annual Poetry Out Loud competition, a national poetry recitation contest, complete with ten contestants from across all four grades. The well attended event filled the auditorium with a sea of applause for the entirety of fifth period, celebrating th...

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