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Top 5 places for foliage viewing this fall

Top 5 places for foliage viewing this fall

Harry Bates, Staff Writer

September 17, 2018


Filed under Opinion, September, Showcase

With fall arriving, comes the aweing change of pigment in the forests around town. From a favorite birch tree in your backyard, to the maple trees along the drive to school, autumn is here and the scenery is changing yet again. In this article, you will find my personal list the top five favorite places...

Vote early and local

Vote early and local

Noah Penasack, Op-Ed Editor

September 10, 2018


Filed under Opinion, September, Showcase

In recent years, buying local produce, artisan goods, and other wares has become extremely popular. Slogans such as “eat local” and “buy local” can be seen on t-shirts, bumper stickers, and tote bags. Despite all this focus on supporting local communities, political emphasis remains national. It...

A quick recap of 2018 Freshman Orientation

A quick recap of 2018 Freshman Orientation

Emmie White, Assistant Head Editor

September 7, 2018


Filed under News, September, Showcase

On August 29, the incoming freshmen and nearly 50 transfer students were invited to the annual HBHS Freshman Orientation Day where they familiarized themselves with their new school. Every year, orientation introduces the incoming freshmen and transfer students to their new classrooms, teachers, and...

JK Rowling adds another 5 chapters to her Potter Universe

JK Rowling adds another 5 chapters to her Potter Universe

Emmie White, Assistant Head Editor

September 6, 2018


Filed under A & E, September, Showcase

“Whether you come back by page or by the big screen, Hogwarts will always be there to welcome you home.”- JK Rowling Again, JK Rowling has created another chapter, or chapters might I say, in the many folds of the great Harry Potter Universe she has created. With the addition of five more movies...

Starting off school on the wrong foot

Starting off school on the wrong foot

Rowan Gingras, Staff Writer

September 4, 2018


Filed under Opinion, September, Showcase

It’s time for school to begin again, bringing with it all the highs and lows of meeting new teachers, buying school supplies, and the first homework assignments of the year. It’s fair to say that most students have a sense of optimism as they start each school year, confident that this year will...

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,...

One sharp album

One sharp album

Sofia Barassi, Asst. Sports Editor

June 13, 2018


Filed under A & E, June, Showcase

Shawn Mendes released his latest new album Shawn Mendes on May 25, 2018. Fans eagerly waited for the release at midnight, and, overall, I was pleasantly surprised with his mixed-up, emotional album. At first, the album seemed repetitive and a classic representation of Mendes’s talents; however...

The Kissing Booth: An Unpopular Opinion

The Kissing Booth: An Unpopular Opinion

Lindsey Wood, Staff Writer

June 13, 2018


Filed under A & E, June, Showcase

In 2012, 15-year-old Beth Reekles logged onto Wattpad, a website where anyone can write and publish books online. She wrote The Kissing Booth, which was, at the time, just an underrated story. Now it’s 2018, and the book has transformed into a Netflix original movie, directed by Vince Marcello, where...

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...

A Tale to be told on Amherst St.

A Tale to  be told on Amherst St.

Emmie White, News Editor

June 6, 2018


Filed under June, Showcase

I pulled into the small parking lot, away from the busy Amherst Street hustle, and was met with the quiet, comforting, and inviting interior that is Pig Tale Restaurant. The Pig Tale employees were very welcoming, and so was the restaurant itself. The interior decorations are equally very modern,...

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