The student news site of Hollis Brookline High School

The CavChron

The student news site of Hollis Brookline High School

The CavChron

The student news site of Hollis Brookline High School

The CavChron

Harry Bates

Harry Bates, Asst. Head Editor

Harry Bates ‘20 is ecstatic to return as the Assistant Head Editor for CavChron this year. He enjoys reporting on relevant affairs and discussing topics left somewhat untouched by other news agencies. Outside of writing, Harry is a member of the Hollis Brookline Political Action Club and is often cited as a “social butterfly” in the community. Harry, like most Generation Zs, hangs out with friends, scrolls through his Instagram feed, and reads congressional documents. He's enthusiastic to continue writing, editing, and bringing a new perspective to the Cavalier Chronicles. 

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Over 300 students dance in the HBHS mini gym while having fun with their friends. Many students enjoyed their Homecoming dance by being social and enjoying time with their peers.“It was the most enthusiastic I’ve seen students about the dance…” said Coady ‘20.

[Photo] FUNdraising

Morgan Broadhurst, Staff Writer
November 15, 2019
Students from all classes fulfilled their civic duty by voting for their desired 2019-2020 representatives. Ballots were color coded and boxes were organized by class.

Student Government Elections

Harry Bates, News Editor
June 10, 2019
Protesters gathered outside of Alabamas State House on Tuesday, May 15, after the passing of the nations strictest abortion bill. The states governor, Kay Ivey, said the following in a press release, To the bill’s many supporters, this legislation stands as a powerful testament to Alabamians’ deeply held belief that every life is precious and that every life is a sacred gift from God.

Abortion legislation

Harry Bates, Asst. Editor-in-Chief
May 24, 2019
Rosenstein speaks to an audience at his farewell celebration on Thursday alongside the former Attorney General (Jeff Sessions) and the current (William Barr). Rosenstein delivered his resignation letter to the White House on April 29.

Rod Rosenstein Resigns

Harry Bates, Asst. Editor-in-Chief
May 16, 2019
The CDC reported that 39.8% of the American population identified as obese in 2016. With numbers continuing to rise, lawmakers across the country are proposing methods of combating the growing epidemic, one of which is taxation.

The Cost of Carbonation

Harry Bates, News Editor
April 14, 2019
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.”

Conflict in the Capitol

Harry Bates, News Editor
February 12, 2019
Hollis Foliage Viewing

Hollis’ Foliage Viewing

Harry Bates, Staff Writer
September 17, 2018
HBHS’s American flag flies in the front of the school. The flag stands for freedom, representation, and equality for all who pledge to it. Geraldine Ferraro, the first woman to be nominated to run for Vice President representing a major political party during her campaign said, “By choosing a woman to run for your nations second highest office, you send a powerful signal to all Americans. There are no doors we cannot unlock. We will place no limits on achievement.”

Voices Heard

Harry Bates, Staff Writer
March 22, 2018
As Tasha White ‘20 sits in CAV block scrolling through the daily news, She says, “I didnt know Kylie had a baby until now”.

A New Member of the Jenners

Harry Bates, Staff Writer
February 22, 2018
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