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HHS creates new club: Latin Dance Club

HHS creates new club: Latin Dance Club

Maya Kupritz and Mia Sparrow

February 8, 2018

On Monday, February 5, students met in the cafeteria after school for the first ever Latin Dance Club session. It was organized by students Zochitl Contreras, junior, and Camille Clarke, junior. “I first reached out to Camille Clarke, who helped me get it all organized. Then once I had a team of two, three, four people that would help me get it together, I talked to Profe Owen who is our advisor for it and we got it going,” Contreras said.

HHS presents 2018 One Acts

Ayanna Maddox, Staff Reporter

January 29, 2018

Auditions have commenced, and Royal Production’s 2018 One Act plays are soon to be performed. 7 p.m., Feb. 1, 2, 3, the lights of the HHS little theatre will dim, performers debuting their one act productions.

Sophomore cellist Cassie Ahlgrim leads the way in Sinfonia

Paul Zeitz, Staff Reporter

January 26, 2018

Passing through the music hall, one can hear a multitude of talented singers, drummers and instrumentalists. One of these skillful artists is cellist Cassie Ahlgrim, sophomore the cello section leader in the sophomore orchestra Sinfonia.

HHS Gender Sexuality Alliance hosts Drag Queen Bingo

HHS Gender Sexuality Alliance hosts Drag Queen Bingo

Maya Kupritz, Feature Editor

January 19, 2018

On Friday, Jan.19, the HHS’ Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) club is hosting its annual Drag Queen Bingo located at Eisenhower Wetlands Café.

HHS looks to expand with new learning spaces

Logan Barham, Staff Reporter

January 16, 2018

In the recent months, some students may have noticed that their classrooms are becoming a bit more spacious, or maybe adopting some new technology. This is because the school is reconsidering how learning space is being used.

HHS New Years Resolutions

Riley Lennon, Staff Reporter

January 12, 2018

Jonathan Goins, senior, is setting down his vape for the rest of the year. From Jan 1 to Dec 31, Jonathan plans to not vape at all.

HHS students enter for the National Scholastic Art Awards

Mary Schutte, Staff Reporter

January 12, 2018

Many well done art and writing deserve some sort of award for their excellence. Scholastic Art and Writing Awards have done just that.

ProPEL donates 120 kits to kids in need

Mary Schutte, Staff Reporter

January 10, 2018

This year Seniors involved in a group called ProPEL donated their time and energy into creating 120 kits for 120 homeless youth.

Holiday exchanges become popular at HHS

Mary Schutte, Staff Reporter

December 20, 2017

As the holidays approach many friend groups and classrooms gather to organize a secret santa or holiday friend exchange. Ms. April Felt, math, has organized a secret holiday friend exchange. Classmates chose their person in early December and will be exchanging Dec. 22.

HHS student studies around the world

Sam Fiterman, Staff Reporter

December 20, 2017

While most seniors are sitting behind a desk in school for their last year of high school, Luke Yourzak, senior, took advantage of a different opportunity.

HHS students contemplate Mac vs Chromebook

HHS students contemplate Mac vs Chromebook

Jacob Goldfarb, Staff Reporter

December 13, 2017

At the beginning of the school year, the school provides each student with an Acer Chromebook laptop. While most students use these issued laptops, some haven't opened it.

HHS Repsonds pairs up with other clubs

Sam Fiterman, Staff Reporter

December 8, 2017

The devastating Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico hard and HHS Responds wanted to do something about it.

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