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The flavorful taste of Buffalo Wild Wings

The flavorful taste of Buffalo Wild Wings

Kyle Simpson, Staff Writer

June 13, 2018


Filed under June, Opinion, Showcase

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 environment. The wings at B-Dubs are famous, and for a good reason. The store offers 21 sauce options,...

The educational value of Kahoot!

The educational value of Kahoot!

Max Porter, Staff Writer

June 13, 2018


Filed under Opinion

You walk into class, ready to learn. You sit down in your chair and prepare yourself for a lecture of sorts, like every other day. But today is different. The teacher has the projector on and plastered across the whiteboard is the word “Kahoot!” instantly letting you know that this is going to be...

AP World History- the ultimate review

Rowan Gingras and Hannah Riseman

June 13, 2018


Filed under June, Opinion, Showcase

  On May 17, sophomore AP World History students were treated to miscellaneous fruits and juices before their end-of-year exam. A grueling four hours later, most of those exhausted students left the building, bemoaning their bruised brains and sore hands. Since the College Board has since relea...

The beat goes on and on- when should bands retire?

The beat goes on and on- when should bands retire?

Nick Shepard, Staff Writer

May 18, 2018


Filed under May, Opinion, Showcase

The 1960’s and 70’s: two decades when radio waves were dominated by some of the greatest musical artists to ever walk the earth. From the Grateful Dead to Simon and Garfunkel, mega hit makers from that era have played countless tours since their formations, even though touring is a strenuous task. Fo...

Battle beside the batting cage

Battle beside the batting cage

Sofia Barassi, Assistant Sports Editor

May 17, 2018


Filed under May, Opinion, Showcase

Both the softball and baseball teams at Hollis Brookline High School raised money to pay for the batting cage in the gymnasium, which was installed last year, hoping it would benefit their play. However, there has been considerable controversy over the placement of the cage even though it was paid fo...

Proposing a problem with prom

Proposing a problem with prom

Emmie White, News Editor

May 15, 2018


Filed under May, Opinion, Showcase

It’s prom season and, just like every year, this year’s seniors and accompanying underclassmen have purchased and committed to the dresses of their dreams. HB is not the only school preparing for their prom. In fact, preparations have been ongoing for months here. Senior girls have been online and i...

The unbearable heat

The unbearable heat

Kaleigh Walen, Nick Shepard, and Joe Caswell

May 8, 2018


Filed under May, Opinion

It is May 1, 80 degrees outside, and you’re stuck on the third floor with sweat dripping down your face while you try to copy down the most challenging math notes of your education thus far. There are still twenty more days of school, during which you have to tolerate a smoldering hot classroom. Why...

The art of equestrianism

The art of equestrianism

Hannah Riseman, Op-Ed Co-Editor

April 30, 2018


Filed under April, Opinion, Showcase

At times when the integrity of sports is brought to the table, there is always someone that claims horseback riding, a broad term which encompasses easily 50 different disciplines, is not a true sport. Horseback riding is indeed a sport, and one of the most dangerous in the Olympics at that. F...

Sports Shelves Organization

Sports Shelves Organization

Leila Caplan, Staff Writer

April 18, 2018


Filed under April, Opinion, Showcase

Every day, students at Hollis Brookline High School rely on the shelves outside the locker rooms to hold their bags until it is time for practice. It has become increasingly difficult to find a spot on the shelves, or to find bags at the end of the day due to the amount of students using them. So, is ...

A closer look at Article 2

A closer look at Article 2

Max Porter, Rowan Gingras, Kyle Simpson, and Lindsey Wood

April 13, 2018


Filed under April, Opinion

Spring is here, which means it’s time for the annual Cooperative School District meetings in the Hollis-Brookline district. One of the articles proposed is of particular interest to students, taxpayers and the entire community: Article 2. Article 2 allows for the addition of a new STEM lab at HBHS, as well as an updated weight room. The STEM lab would be used as a c...

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