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For Our Troops hosts commemorative ceremony

For Our Troops hosts commemorative ceremony

Jen Barranco, Reporter

June 7, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Showcase

Every year For Our Troops (FOT) members organize multiple events that help support and honor soldiers and those who have given their life for our country. The latest event they organized was the Memorial Day service. The service takes months of in-depth preparation, club members begin to organize...

Having a license is bitter sweet

Chloe Parker, Online- Editor

May 23, 2018


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The flowers were starting to bloom, the cold snow was finally melting, and school was coming to an end. I thought nothing could be better. I thought getting my license in May was a dream come true, being able to drive all summer seemed like an ideal summer to me. I mean, what could be better than driving...

Brady’s Banter: I don’t play Fortnite

Brady’s Banter: I don’t play Fortnite

Brady McGee, Reporter

May 23, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Opinion, Showcase

Scrolling through Instagram, my newsfeed consists of sports highlights, political memes (MAGA), and as of the past three months Fortnite videos; so many Fortnite videos. Don’t get me wrong, Fortnite is a fun and inventive game. The battle royale genre has exploded onto the video game scene but for...

Fourth and final season

Fourth and final season

Lily Cavillaro, Reporter

May 21, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Showcase

Fourteen-years-old and terrified of the tryout that awaited me the morning of March 1, 2015, I was a freshman trying out for the varsity lacrosse team. Playing with and against girls four years older, four years bigger, and with four more years of experience than me, I was utterly intimidated to say...

Why the modern rap game is weak

Max Herbkersman, Reporter

May 7, 2018


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Imagine opening your phone, going to Instagram, and seeing some goofy looking clown with face tattoos scream into a camera while throwing money on the ground. This new clown, “tekashi 69” claims to be the boss of the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York. I can’t help but think...

Making a difference in the world

Nicole Burkoski, Reporter

April 19, 2018


Filed under Blogs

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think about making a difference in the world? Almost everyone thinks that in order to one must be older and have millions of dollars to actually make change. What if I said you can make a difference every day just by helping someone in need or smiling...

Why Ben Simmons is the next LeBron

Why Ben Simmons is the next LeBron

Max Herbkersman, Reporter

April 9, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Sports

In 2015, a six-foot-eight-inch teenager made the pilgrimage from Australia to Baton Rouge Louisiana to play basketball for the LSU tigers. Coming out of high school, Ben Simmons was said to be the greatest raw talent since the legendary LeBron James. Many were skeptical, but after his rookie season...

For Our Troops club runs drive to help soldiers and their families

For Our Troops club runs drive to help soldiers and their families

Anna DeLibro, Reporter

April 5, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Showcase

The For Our Troops club is accepting gently used or new children’s books to donate to the USO and soldiers at BWI airport. The soldiers will be able to record themselves reading a book and send the recording to their child. The child will also receive a copy of the book to read along. The goal of this...

Night of Discovery meeting hosted in auditorium

Night of Discovery meeting hosted in auditorium

Anna DeLibro, Reporter

April 3, 2018


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Dr. Lisa Carey, and Kennedy Kreiger will be hosting the Night of Discovery Focusing on Executive Function. This will occur on Thursday, Mar. 1 from 6pm to 8pm in the Hereford High School Auditorium. This meeting will focus on supporting the development of students at home and school, to benefit paren...

There’s snow time to fail

There’s snow time to fail

Will Amos, Reporter

January 26, 2018


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When winter comes a lot of students hope for snow days whenever they hear snow on the news. I have done my time praying to get off school the next day and hoping that we will get out early, but now it’s starting to affect my grades. We have had many classes where we are on a time crunch because...

Girls basketball games lack a student section

Girls basketball games lack a student section

Lindsay Clarke, Reporter

January 12, 2018


Filed under Blogs

There’s nothing more exciting for an athlete of any sport than having a huge student section filled with all your classmates cheering you on for an important game. Hereford students fill the stands at football, field hockey, boys’ basketball, and lacrosse games. But when you look at the stands at...

Why the name on the front is more important than the name on the back

Why the name on the front is more important than the name on the back

Lily Cavallaro, Reporter

January 11, 2018


Filed under Blogs, Showcase

After watching one of my all-time favorite movies, Miracle, in film class last month, it got me thinking: what made the success? How did a team of 20 rookies walk into the greatest sports event in the world and reach the pinnacle of victory? In 1980 Herb Brooks took the US hockey team to win a go...

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