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Rewearing clothes isn’t a sin

Maggy McGuigan, Reporter

February 21, 2019


Filed under Features, Opinion

A month ago, if someone told me to wear the same things to school for a week, I would have called them crazy. For absolutely no reason at all, I wouldn’t let myself wear any piece of clothing that I had worn the week before. I thought it was a necessity to buy a new outfit for every upcoming event. For...

Sporting comfortable fall fashion should not be shameful

Sporting comfortable fall fashion should not be shameful

Molly Szymanski, Opinion Editor

February 14, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

It’s finally fall here, and after an abnormally hot September, the forecast calls for a frigid October and November in stark contrast. When you wake up and it’s 40 degrees outside, what girl has the energy to get up and squeeze into a skirt every day? When there’s frost on the window, it’s only...

The Internet reaches a new level of strange

Emma Charles, Reporter

February 14, 2019


Filed under Opinion

With the colder months rolling around we’re all going to be spending more time cozying up on the couch, probably on our phones, let’s be honest; we’re all addicted. The more time I spend on social media and the internet, the more terrifying and strange I realize it is. Who knew people got enjoyment...

Mad Lib: An ode to cross country

Libby May, Editor-In-Chief

February 14, 2019


Filed under Opinion

As us seniors wrap up our high school careers and begin planning for the “real world,” as every lecturing parent likes to call it, it’s important to take a pause in our busy lives and be thankful for friends, family, and the memories we have been lucky enough to make with them. This year, November,...

Hereford needs to be more involved around the holidays

Hereford needs to be more involved around the holidays

Katie Blair, Reporter

February 14, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

The holiday season is officially upon us, and with Thanksgiving coming up shortly there is plenty of excitement in the air. Thankfully, there are many activities for members of the Hereford community to get involved in for themselves and to give back to others... or are there? For me, the holiday seasons...

Editorial: School spirit is lacking this year

February 14, 2019


Filed under Opinion

As spirit week, pep rally, and fall sports come to an end, students don’t seem to be affected by the nostalgia that is usually present at the close of spirited festivities mind too much. A noticeable wave of students lacking commitment to Hereford has struck the zone. Do we just not have the same spirit...

Small engines class opens up a new perspective

Olivia Holbrook, Reporter

February 6, 2019


Filed under Opinion

I don’t know if you experience this, but every time I take a subject like AP Bio or AP Chem that absolutely consume your life, I have very vivid dreams of that subject. I remember when I took AP Chem, a nightmare consisted of screwing up the endpoint of a titration or having the acid-base calculations...

Corporations have no place in public politics

Molly Szymanski, Opinion Editor

December 12, 2018


Filed under Opinion

In light of the national controversy over a sixty second video, fingers are being pointed left and right at who is in the right versus the wrong. People are roasting marshmallows over their charred Nikes because they’re ‘real Americans,’ in a desperate scramble to “believe in something, even...

Wonky weather affects sports games through the fall

Chloe Parker, Reporter

December 6, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Sports

As most of the community knows, we were fortunate enough to be able to receive a new turf this past summer. The construction took multiple weeks, taking up most of summer, but it was in use for the fall sport tryouts in early August. Having this new faculty, the coaches have been eager to practice...

New Nike campaign ad sparks controversy

Mark Suchy, Sports Editor

December 6, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Sports

The final National Football League (NFL) preseason is typically a glorified practice and a relaxed atmosphere. The starters of the team sit on the side and enjoy watching their back-ups play. For example, New England Patriots starting quarterback, Tom Brady, has not logged a single play in preseason...

Editorial: School-day changes put us in a hurry

Emily McNicholas, Managing Editor

November 30, 2018


Filed under Opinion

With a new school year comes new school rules. Shocker, right? No. But this year students were introduced to the first new rule as soon as they entered the building on Sept. 4. Instead of filing in the high school from any door, students were led into the auditorium or cafeteria if they arrived at the...

Seniors need to buckle down for their last year

Libby May, Editor-In-Chief

November 30, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Senior year, a year so frequently misunderstood as the year to disregard education, relinquish all academic responsibility, and to relax before college hits you in the face like a semi-truck, is precisely the time to get a jump on college preparation. As high school draws to a close, it’s easy to...

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