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Digging Deep for Free Speech

Olivia Cohen, Berit Hansen, and Mason Arneson

January 29, 2020

Abdulla Eisa, senior, started his daily routine of walking from class to class, but he noticed something that stopped him in his tracks. Among the colorful posters promoting the Trans Youth club and school trip to Belize, stood a poster for a club with a pro-Israel agenda.  Eisa, who supports the pro-Palestine cause, ...

Back to the Basics

Olivia Cohen and Eve Clarkson

January 29, 2020

Amidst conversation surrounding how women are treated in society, discussion has been sparked about the problematic ways girls tend to talk about and treat other girls.  “I feel like we have the tendency to judge people before even knowing them. This is not an explicit rule, but it definitely can...

“You” and the bigger reality of stalking

The season 2 release of Netflix's

Eve Clarkson, News Editor

January 22, 2020

National Stalking Awareness Month in January lines up with the season two release of Netflix thriller surrounding the very topic. 

House impeaches President Trump, fate in Senate’s hands

House impeaches President Trump, fate in Senate's hands

Eve Clarkson, News Editor

December 19, 2019

It’s official. The House of Representatives has voted to impeach President Donald Trump.

HHS choir receives $1,000 grant from Hopkins Education Foundation

Alexis Horowitz, Copy Editor

December 18, 2019

The Hopkins Education Foundation (HEF) gifted the HHS choir program $1,000 to help boost musical learning for choir students on Tuesday, Nov. 26.

Toxic Turmoil

Toxic Turmoil

Mason Arneson, Editor-at-Large

November 19, 2019

For years on end, men have been subjected to gender stereotypes that are meant to reinforce the fact that they are supposed to be overtly masculine and that femininity is strictly reserved for their female counterparts. This concept is commonly referred to as “toxic masculinity,” which The Good Men...

AP lit travels to Guthrie theater

Eve Clarkson, News Editor

November 19, 2019

Tomorrow, the AP Literature and Composition classes at HHS are going on a field trip to see the classic “A Christmas Carol” at the historic Guthrie Theater.  The Guthrie Theater, located in an upscale area of downtown Minneapolis, is just one example of the state’s thriving theater presence. Fou...

ACT introduces specific section retakes

Bergen Huseth, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2019

For all high school students, taking the ACT test is an important step in the journey towards college.

Students enjoy Halloween at HHS


Eve Clarkson, News Editor

October 31, 2019

Halloween is here. Thanks to festive students and a student council sponsored costume contest, the halls today consist of costumes.

Orchestra hosts annual Children’s Concert

On Oct. 24, the HHS orchestras, Philharmonic and Symphony Strings, hosted their annual Children's Concert in the Mall. This marked the nineteenth year of the tradition.

Olivia Cohen, Editor in Chief

October 25, 2019

On Oct. 24, the Philharmonic and Symphony Strings orchestras exchanged their formal attire for onesies and robes for their latest concert.

Gov. Tim Walz visits HHS

Olivia Cohen, Editor in Chief

October 22, 2019

Governor Tim Walz and his administration looked to HHS students to teach adults how to combat the issue of student vaping. On Oct. 22, eight HHS students participated in a private meeting with the governor and other state officials. Gov. Walz openly talked with the students about the dangers, effects, misconceptions...

New iPhone met with mixed reviews

Bennie Goldfarb, Assistant News Editor

October 22, 2019

On Sept. 10, Apple unveiled the new iPhone 11, debuting in three different options.

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