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What you get off the field

What you get off the field

Stephanie Buchanan, Staff Writer

December 13, 2015

High school sports are everything in the world to some students, while others may not turn a head for them. The participation for sports at HB is high; if you ask any student, most of them will report that they play at least one sport. Niche, a company that rates the top twenty five schools in New Hamp...

Nice to Meet You!

Nice to Meet You!

Nicole Poitras, A & E Editor, Blogger

October 9, 2015

Hello hello! Welcome to my corner of the CavChron. I’m Nicole Poitras ‘17, and I’m so excited to be the CavChron’s first blogger. Every week I’ll be writing posts about my thoughts, events that happen at school, and anything else that might come to mind. I hope to make every post differ...

Accreditation: Our School In Flux

Accreditation: Our School In Flux

Alexander Cate, Opinion Editor

October 20, 2014

Last year, the biggest fear at Hollis Brookline was not AP Tests, graduation, or even final exams. No, it was the looming threat of losing our accreditation. Accreditation is a title given by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). It’s a way of giving schools an award for excellence...

Is web wiping wonderful?

Web wiping can be a problem as well as a saving grace to teens.

Kai Holmes, Contributor

September 23, 2014

What’s posted on the internet actually can be taken back. For years, the generation of Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, and Instagram have been taught that information is never truly deleted from the internet. In the state of california a new bill has passed, senate bill No.568, authored by State senate...

Why the Internet needs us

Without Net Neutrality, Internet Service Providers could charge individuals to pay for things, such as social media platforms.

Evan Moloney, News Editor

September 15, 2014

The Internet is in danger. Big danger. Net Neutrality has been one of the inherent laws of the Internet since its creation, and has become a defining element to our society, though we don’t necessarily recognize it. Essentially, the law states that Internet Service Providers (ISPs), like Time...

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