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Time for a change?

Time for a change?

Patrick Grimes, Humor Editor

October 16, 2017


Filed under October, Opinion

With the advent of a later start time and the abolition of the hat rule, HBHS is in for a time of great reform. In one way or another, many students are clamoring for changes to the school. A handful of students offered their input on any changes that they want made to the school.       The s...

Stellaris Utopia: a great expansion to an already great game

Stellaris Utopia: a great expansion to an already great game

Brock Radford, Staff Writer

May 24, 2017


Filed under May, Opinion, Showcase

Summer vacation is, to many people, an abundance of free time with seemingly infinite possibilities. In some cases, there’s so much free time that filling it might seem like a problem. It’s good news, then, that the critically acclaimed 4X (eXplore, eXpand, eXploit, eXterminate) game Stellaris fro...

A comprehensive review of RWBY

A comprehensive review of RWBY

Parker Coady, Op/Ed Editor, Semester 2

May 19, 2017


Filed under May, Opinion, Showcase

Disclosure: This review contains spoilers   As the first original franchise developed by web content giant RoosterTeeth, creators of the popular machinima (a film made using the engine of a video game) Red vs. Blue, RWBY seemed to have everything going for it. Not only was the American-made...

eSports on the rise

eSports on the rise

Brock Radford, Staff Writer

April 20, 2017


Filed under April, Opinion, Showcase

It’s no question that sports at HB are a large part of students’ lives, whether students are part of the team or just spectators. However, a new demographic is surfacing around the world: eSports, competitive video games played in front of large crowds of dedicated fans.   The eSports...

Donate Life: you can’t take them with you

Donate Life: you can’t take them with you

Nicole Poitras, Co-Editor In Chief

April 19, 2017


Filed under April, Opinion, Showcase

Not long after birth, I was diagnosed with a life-threatening liver disease called biliary atresia. My liver was destroying itself, and the only way I could survive was if I had a transplant. Thankfully, I did not have to wait very long for an organ; the doctors quickly found that my father was a match....

Becoming Blue

Becoming Blue

Connor Harris, Staff Writer

April 17, 2017


Filed under April, Opinion, Showcase

When I was a kid, I and many others dreamt of becoming police officers, and now that we are faced with the challenge of deciding our future professions, our dreams may become a reality. Many people often think about the kinds of experiences they’d have, the different jobs you might do. But not many people...

Freezing teachers’ plans

Freezing teachers’ plans

Parker Coady, Op/Ed Editor, Semester 2

April 12, 2017


Filed under April, Opinion

While snow days can be a relaxing breath of fresh air for stressed students, the surprise days off are a double-edged sword for those with busy schedules. Snow days often muddle plans made by school teachers -- especially for those responsible for teaching AP classes. The “April Fool’s Blizzard”...

Making a difference: students plan to enter ROTC

Making a difference: students plan to enter ROTC

Mario Barassi, Assistant Sports Editor

April 3, 2017


Filed under April, Opinion, Showcase

As high school comes to a close many seniors are excited to rep their new college sweatshirt during their first class. Others are deciding to take a gap year to explore their options and the world. Some students, though, are looking to wear the uniform of the greatest team on earth, choosing the pat...

Grab your tissues: A spirit week letter

Grab your tissues: A spirit week letter

Colton Mailloux, Staff Writer

March 31, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Spirit Week came to an emotional close on February 24 in the school gymnasium. The class of 2017 won for the second time, becoming back-to-back champions. But this was a Spirit Week was more than just a win for the seniors; it was a celebration of what makes the class special. The skit was a time...

Gender-neutral bathrooms at HB

Gender-neutral bathrooms at HB

Parker Coady, Op/Ed Editor, Semester 2

March 22, 2017


Filed under March, Opinion

Hollis Brookline High School may receive one of its first structural changes in a long time. Student Council’s next major project for this year is to create a single, gender-neutral restroom out of two previous gendered ones.   The bathroom would be potentially created from the teacher bathr...

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