Broadway performer comes to HSHS to lead choir students

Broadway performer comes to HSHS to lead choir students

Mary Claghorn, staff writer

Within the corridor of the choir hallway are the caroling voices of students singing to “Defying Gravity”. The double doors leading to choir room has an enormous fan... READ MORE »

HSE District budget struggles continue

Ravi Sarin, staff writer

The HSE’s Board of Trustees is considering ways to lower district costs by $5 million dollars to avoid a deficit. This cut will take place in two phases with the first phase...  Read More »

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Boys golf team continues to impress

Ravi Sarin, staff writer

The HSHS Boys golf team is coming off a very successful season last year in which it came in seventh in state. This achievement came even though this team was one of the youngest...  Read More »

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Students find jobs through CARE.com

Demi Vigren, business manager

Searching for a job is endless and extremely annoying. Some people apply to 10 places and do not receive a single phone call from any of them. However, if one luckily receives...  Read More »

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Staffer reviews controversial film “Noah”

Sarah Johnson, staff writer

“My father said that one day, if man continued in his ways, the Creator would annihilate this world…” The movie “Noah” is, without a doubt, the greatest film I...  Read More »

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Affirmative action may be leaving some students behind

Sarah Johnson, staff writer

Please indicate one’s race, ethnicity or nationality: American Indian, Asian American, Hispanic, African American, White or Other. In modern times, it seems college acceptance...  Read More »

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