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Brightly colored hair becomes more mainstream

Brightly colored hair becomes more mainstream

Emma Charles, Reporter

May 7, 2018


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You’re shopping in the grocery store and a woman taps you on the shoulder to ask where she can find some Bagel Bites. She has bright blue hair. Don’t lie, your eyes are going to linger maybe a second too long. “What’s her story,” you wonder. What made her decide to ditch her natural hair color? Odds...

Why the red face? Students discuss their embarrassing moments

Why the red face? Students discuss their embarrassing moments

Lily Cavallaro, Reporter

March 14, 2018


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Embarrassment is one of the most uncomfortable and awkward emotions one can feel. According to GoodTherapy.org, embarrassment typically occurs following an accidental failure to meet accepted social standards. Unpleasant situations such as embarrassing moments alert self-consciousness, which is linked to internal ...

Spirited events could transition into traditions

Spirited events could transition into traditions

Anna Jerrems, Reporter

March 14, 2018


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From the ringing of the cowbells, to watching the bull mascot dance, there are plenty of ways that Hereford is spirited. But what goes back a little further than spirit? Tradition. Are there any traditions that have reigned tried and true for decades? Here are some schools that do. At Notre Dame Preparatory...

Living large: Students with big families give perspective

Living large: Students with big families give perspective

Anna DeLibro, Reporter

March 14, 2018


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According to census.gov, the average family consisted of 3.7 persons in 2017.  But what about the families who are not average?  Emma Fox (’20), Corinne Zibell (’19), and Ellie Clark (’21) all come from large families. How do large families function differently from smaller ones? Having many...

Music students attend The Maryland State Solo and Ensemble Festival

Music students attend The Maryland State Solo and Ensemble Festival

Nicole Burkoski, Reporter

March 14, 2018


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The Maryland State Solo and Ensemble Festival is for soloists and small ensembles who would like to formally perform where they can be adjudicated. In comparison to this festival, the school's choir, orchestra, and band are required to go to Perry Hall every year in March to get adjudicated...

Students and teachers describe feminism in their own words

Students and teachers describe feminism in their own words

Maggy Parks, Reporter

March 12, 2018


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Although the Oxford Dictionary describes feminism as “the advocacy of women's rights on the ground of the equality of the sexes,” everyone has their own personal meaning of the word. I asked community members how they describe feminism, and this is what they said: “Feminism is allowing men and...

How to create the ideal Valentine’s Day look

Sierra Webb, Reporter

February 13, 2018


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For the single ladies and taken ladies out there, Valentine’s Day is either the worst holiday of the year, or the best. This Valentine’s Day eye shadow look can be worn on a date night with your significant other, or a girl’s night out with all of your closest friends. A smoky, pink, and flirty...

Racism remains a conversation among students

Racism remains a conversation among students

Anna Jerrems, Reporter

February 13, 2018


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  Discussion of racial progress becomes a national conversation throughout Black History Month. However, due to a turbulent political year, the common belief is that a substantial amount of work is needed to be done in order to mend racial tensions and the social issues they’ve caused: police...

Violanti dresses to make dreams come true

Violanti dresses to make dreams come true

Libby May, Features Edior

February 13, 2018


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Whether it be working at a grocery store, a farm, a retail store, or, let’s be honest, at The Milton Inn, many students have jobs to pay for gas and other expenses. But, not many can say that they earn gas money by transforming themselves into a Disney princess, entertaining children at birthday parties. Well,...

Art Society creates six panels for science wing

Art Society creates six panels for science wing

Anna DeLibro, Reporter

February 13, 2018


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The National Art Honors Society (NAHS) is currently developing art panels to be displayed in the science wing. Art and science are fusing in an abstract way to represent 7 branches of science: anatomy, astronomy, biology, chemistry, earth science, physics, and social science. “If you walk through...

Skater Charlie Speno hits the half-pipe

Skater Charlie Speno hits the half-pipe

Libby May, Features Editor

January 16, 2018


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“Skateboarding is training, but I don’t think of it as training. It’s fun.” Shaun White, professional skateboarder Born on the West Coast, skateboarding became popular in the 70’s. Originally, it began with transition skating, or “vert,” where riders move from the horizontal (on th...

Current AP students provide insight about classes

Current AP students provide insight about classes

Anna DeLibro, Reporter

January 16, 2018


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Ever wonder what it's like to be in some of the hardest classes at Hereford?  With registration in progress, rising upperclassmen search for insight on which classes are best fit for them, especially since college is now in the forefront of their brains.  You are probably asking yourself "Will this...

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