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The brown bag advantage

Lauria Patz & Matt Claire, Entertainment Editor & Sports Editor

March 26, 2014


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Caylin Bowen, Contributor

March 20, 2014


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Born and raised all over New Hampshire but currently living in Hollis, 2014 seems to be an exciting year for Caylin Bowen who, at age 16, is working to finish up her junior year as a senior so she can graduate early. Bowen hopes to attend NCC and Plymouth State (two years at each) which will cut the c...

HB Oscars: Who won best picture?

HB Oscars: Who won best picture?

Mackenzie Riel, Back Page Editor

March 10, 2014


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Cavaliers sail past Coe-Brown on their way to the ‘ship

Ryan Buckley, Contributor

March 7, 2014


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The Hollis-Brookline boys basketball team won their first playoff game of 2014 this past Wednesday beating Coe-Brown 41 to 23. Senior captains Daniel Bentall, ‘14, and Logan Blake, ‘14, led the offensive charge, each contributing 13 points. On the opposite end of the court, Shea Whalen, ‘14, was t...

Snow day causing spirit week change

Sophia Hall, News editor

March 5, 2014


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Snow days, early releases and delayed openings seem to be the blessing all students have been asking for this winter. However, it's also been a burden on some of the students and special events here at HB. Spirit Week is the best and worst week for some students, where lots of work comes into play with just five days to perfect a skit, create a dance, mak...

Towns spend money on Hubble 2.0 instead of school technology

Towns spend money on Hubble 2.0 instead of school technology

March 1, 2014


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That’s right. A telescope is now more important than technology (not that telescopes aren’t technology, because they are.) “Given recent events, we think it’d be a better use of our tax money to pay for this telescope than to supply the school with the means of developing more technologies,”...

Humans of HB: Pajama Day

Humans of HB: Pajama Day

Cameron Randlett and Matt Claire

February 17, 2014


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Based on the work of photographer Brandon Stanton, author of Humans of New York--a volume which culls its content from the original www.humansofnewyork.com*--student journalists will be posting "Humans of HB" every day this week. Look for daily posts, along with sidebar photo galleries chronicling Spirit ...

Snow day slump: What do you do?

Snow day slump: What do you do?

Mackenzie Riel, Back Page Editor

February 12, 2014


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Logan Blake, Contributor

Logan Blake, Contributor

February 3, 2014


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Logan Blake ‘14 is an avid sports player at Hollis Brookline High School, with numerous years of basketball and lacrosse under his belt. He is taking Journalism 1 in the hope that it will help him contribute to a sports management career where he’ll pursue his love for athletics. He is excited and wou...

Boys Skiing Finishing 1st

January 10, 2014


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