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2017- Hopes and Expectations

Anna Jerrems

January 6, 2017


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Thankfully 2016 is almost (finally) over, and the New Year brings forth new hopes and possibilities. Making resolutions at the start of the New Year creates clarity for some and proves to bring a false hope for others. “There was a lot of transition this year, a lot of changes, and sometimes it...

Theatre department reveals magic behind shows

Theatre department reveals magic behind shows

Emma Coleman, Editor-in-Chief

January 4, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

“Music and the arts are run by magicians. Magicians work very hard to craft their skills and learn new tricks. You always see the end result. You don’t know how the magic works, and you don’t want to know how the magic works,” Choir and Guitar teacher David Sobel said. “However, the magician...

How TV Shows Affect Everyone’s Life

Sierra Webb, Reporter

December 22, 2016


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From “Greys Anatomy”, “The 100”, and “Teen Wolf” we all develop likings for a specific show, that lead to binge watching the entire season in one night. With one of televisions most watched streaming systems, Netflix makes it easy for us to watch as many television shows as we want. Retired...

New York field trips inspire prospective artists

New York field trips inspire prospective artists

Julie Fleming

November 14, 2016


Filed under Features, Showcase

  On Friday October 8, art teacher, Joann Bare began distributing permission slips for then annual art field trip to New York City. The field trips have been going on for about 20 years now. They allow art and photography students to explore the works in the Metropolitan Museum of Art and...

Teens follow classic Halloween traditions

Teens follow classic Halloween traditions

Sarah Wheatley, Reporter

October 10, 2016


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We’re creeping toward Halloween with anticipation. Carving pumpkins, watching scary movies, and preparing our costumes for the last day of October. As kids, Halloween was a holiday to dress up and get candy, which will still be sitting in the pantry by the next Halloween. High schoolers seem to...

Art students participate in Pre-College programs

Art students participate in Pre-College programs

Anna Jerrems, Reporter

October 10, 2016


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Sarah Huffman (‘17) attended the Rhode Island School of Design for a pre-college art program for six weeks over the summer. She took four classes there including; painting, drawing, design, and critical history of art. Huffman said her work ethic improved because “almost all pieces [of artwork]...

A to Z list of things to do this summer in Maryland

Kelly Wesolowski, Reporter

June 13, 2016


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A: Artscape (the largest free arts festival in the nation) in Baltimore, July 15-17 B: BBQ Bash (Bel Air, August 12-13) C: Visit Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park D: Plan a trip to Deep Creek Lake E: Visit Lake Centennial in Ellicott City F: 4th of July Fireworks at the Inner H...

Top 10 HZ summer activities

Emily McNicholas and Grace Clarke

June 1, 2016


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Go Tubing in the Gunpowder river: Whether you bring your own tubes or rent them nearby, floating down the river is a great activity to do this summer. Catch some rays or some Z’s while you sit back and let the water take you. Go to a snowball stand: Cool off this summer with a refreshing snowb...

Teachers share retro prom pictures

Teachers share retro prom pictures

May 23, 2016


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Prom season has come and gone for the graduating class of 2016. Pictures are posted online, memories are made and friendships are strong. Similarly, faculty members also have their fair share of memories from prom. World History teacher, Edward Martin, spent his prom night as the prom king. “It...

Looking forward to the New Year

December 23, 2015


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As we approach the New Year we’re buzzing in excitement of what’s to come and making goals to keep us on track. Many people find it hard to stick with their resolutions. [I don't make New Years resolutions] because I never keep them” Michael Greenwell (’16) said. Having a reason for makin...

“Chorus Angelorum” returns

“Chorus Angelorum” returns

Lisabeth Stewart

April 29, 2015


Filed under Features, Showcase

  On November 8, 2005, a female student at Hereford High School was driving home and made the decision to cross a double yellow line in order to pass a vehicle that was moving slower than she was. This decision was made at the crest of a hill; the student was unable to see if another car wa...

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