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New senior advisory teachers shake up senior schedules

Josh Friedman, Staff Reporter

September 25, 2018

The senior schedule caused some talk as students noticed that they were put into different advisories than they’d been in for the past two years. As seniors looked at their schedules, they noticed that they no longer had the same advisor and that they were in different rooms. This change has made many seniors confused as to why the change was made and what it’s supposed to accomplish.

The Royal Corner gets a new location

Sam Leervig, Staff Reporter

September 14, 2018

After a summer full of renovations and construction at HHS, the popular shop located in the mall has seemingly ceased to exist. The Royal Corner is a student ran store that sells a variety of HHS gear and apparel.

Updated parking passes

Josh Friedman, Staff Reporter

September 13, 2018

As the start of the school year rolls around at HHS, so does the sale of parking passes. They’re back at it again with the passes. This year, the parking passes have undergone a thorough rework though.

Student wellness tip line

Nafi Soumare, Staff Reporter

September 12, 2018

With the recent technological advancements at HHS, such as the new Chromebooks and flexible learning spaces, it seems as though administration is using technology to promote student wellness as well.

The late Mac Miller

The late Mac Miller

Eve Clarkson, Copy Editor

September 11, 2018

As Rolling Stone reported, rapper Mac Miller lost his life to a suspected drug overdose on Friday. Over the weekend, fellow celebrities, HHS and fans from all over the world have reacted to the 26-year-old acclaimed musician’s devastating death.

Nike advertisement catches attention at HHS and around the country

Nike advertisement catches attention at HHS and around the country

Sam Buttress, Staff Reporter

September 7, 2018

On Monday, Nike announced their 30th anniversary “Just Do It” advertising campaign featuring Colin Kaepernick, a former NFL quarterback. This has stirred up controversy as Kaepernick is known for taking a knee during the national anthem at 49ers games to protest the treatment of people of color in America.

New flexible learning spaces at HHS

New flexible learning spaces at HHS

Ati Hernke, Managing Editor

August 22, 2018

The idea of creating flexible learning spaces first started in elementary schools, where students have to sit in desks for a full day. Students tend to learn better in classrooms where there is less structured furniture and the ability learn to collaborate with fellow students.

Dynamic Duo: Ramadan & Finals

Eve Clarkson, Staff Reporter

June 5, 2018

Reyan Ugas, sophomore, declines a fellow student’s offer of a candy bar, despite being stressed, tired and hungry in the midst of finals week. Confused? Ugas declined the offer due to her religion which is Islam. She is one of the many Muslims at HHS and all around the world who are currently observing Ramadan, a holy month that happens each year.

Review: Royal Production Crown Awards

Sam Buttress, Staff Reporter

May 14, 2018

The Crown Awards, a banquet celebrating all of the achievements of Royal Productions, the school’s theater program, from the past year, was held at Eisenhower community center last Sunday. There was a lot to celebrate after a very successful musical, one-acts, and spring play, but the one thing on everyone’s mind was the identity of next year’s musical.

HHS gets new addition to the guidance office: Sophie Bigelow

Riley Lennon, Staff Reporter

May 4, 2018

Anyone who has walked into the guidance office recently may have noticed that there’s a new face greeting them at the door.

Administration announces week-early end to senior year

Administration announces week-early end to senior year

Hannah Goldfarb, Managing Editor

May 3, 2018

It’s official. The principal confirmed today, during the senior meeting that senior will receive the last four days off of school.

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