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Five Teams, One Gym

The boys lacrosse team sprints across the gym during the conditioning part of tryouts. As soon as their tryouts finished, the baseball team was quick to take the court. “With such a tight schedule, it was important to get on the court as soon as softball finished. We were rushed off right at six so baseball could start,” said Sulin ‘19.

Kyle Simpson, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019

With a new turf field on the way, the problems caused by a lack of outdoor field space finally have a solution. Despite the step forward, another issue is still looming; a lack of court space. With snow still covering the fields and the spring sports seasons officially underway, the teams are finding...

Beginning of the Madness

Pictured here are Duke’s superstars RJ Barrett and Zion Williamson. Duke is poised to make some noise in the tournament this year, with a star-studded lineup and a veteran coach. “Duke has a lot of talent and looks ready to win the tournament,” said Evan Simonds.

Ian Babcock, Staff Writer

March 15, 2019

The month of March features one major sporting event, one that sports fans everywhere go crazy over. 64 college teams from schools all over the country, ranging in size from 5,000 kids to 50,000 kids, are all thrown into a six round bracket. This win or go home sporting event is called March Madness w...

Spring fling prep

With student council hard at work, they have been planning the look of the mini gym. “We’ve been planning color schemes and floral decor that would flow nicely with our spring theme,” said Mary Martin ‘20. Flowers tend to be a big theme for the night.

Kaleigh Whalen, Staff Writer

March 14, 2019

As the Spring Fling Dance approaches quickly, the student council is working hard for this event to be a night to remember. By March 15, the mini gym will be decorated and filled with students socializing and having a good time. Many students will be attending the dance and are already planning their ...

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

This is the Life Skills bulletin board. Though it is currently blank, the next rendition is sure to impress.

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

Booker delivered an impassioned speech to a room full of beaming New Hampshire citizens. In his speech, Booker speaks of his experience as a school teacher and his own struggles as a black man, providing alternative and relatable perspectives to his character as a New Jersey senator.

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

On Monday, Feb. 18, students attending the trip met at Souhegan High School. The group of about 150 choir and band students put on a concert which consisted of the songs they would all perform at Disney Springs. “Working with other schools is even good for conductors. The teachers are learning from each other too. It just improves everybody,” said Umstead.

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

The board outside of the lunchroom displays the Red Cross Club’s upcoming events and useful information for the students. “Our club works to help the Red Cross as much as we can, such as hosting the blood drive,” described Sophia Whipp ‘20.

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

Teachers march the streets of downtown Los Angeles, striking for better pay and working conditions. Both educators and parents alike hold signs in protest. As the strikes continue, the UTLA President, Alex Caputo-Pearl spoke, saying,

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

A sign placed on the lawn on the grounds of the Capitol Building displays that all National Parks are closed due to the government shutdown. The Speaker of the House in a press release this week said that “Families across the nation are still trying to recover from a month of missing paychecks and overdue bills.”

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 ...

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