Hereford Harbinger

Valuing friendships

 Nicole sits with her close friends while she enjoys her birthday dinner. Burkoski was appreciative of the friends that came to support her because she values friendship the most.

Nicole Burkoski, Reporter

January 9, 2018

My hand is raised, sitting in English class observing the discussion questions being projected across the board I noticed not one hand was raised but my own. The questions were controversial, as they were meant to be. Being asked "is revenge necessary in life?" and "does power corrupt all...

College for Christmas

Anna Jerrems, Reporter

January 9, 2018

  “What did you guys ask for Christmas?” The room went quiet. “Clothes,” a few girls murmur. “How fun!” The teacher sarcastically retorts. Well, as an 18-year-old, what else am I supposed to want? Every year, my mom will text me at the start of December, “what do you...

Your top college is out of your reach

Maggie Parks, Reporter

January 9, 2018

  As a senior, the easiest conversation starter is asking which colleges the person applied to. Maybe it’s just my class, but it seems like half of the people I ask are delusional. Having a reach school or two on your list is not a bad thing, but if you’re completely dependent on your Ivy-League...

Instead of going big, I’m going home

Emma Charles, Reporter

January 9, 2018

Playing sports used to be my whole world. Back in elementary school, you weren’t anybody if you weren’t involved in a rec. sport. Pretty soon, you were in middle school joining club teams and contacting colleges. Then, you enter the world of high school sports, playing with kids four years older...

*Spoiler Alert* The Last Jedi Review

Spencer Stout, Reporter

January 3, 2018

The Last Jedi premiered last Friday and it has already attracted mixed reviews from critics. Some critics love the new movie structure adopted by Disney’s new director, Rian Johnson. On the other hand, many critics, including myself, found many of the new characters to be uninteresting and unnecessary....

Brady’s Banter: Sponsors threaten integrity of the NBA

Brady McGee, Reporter

December 6, 2017

Uniforms have been a staple of professional sports for over a century. The Cincinnati Red Stockings were the first team to popularize the use of specific colors to identify the team. It began as just stocking (socks) colors for each baseball team; it eventually morphed into a trademark of leagues around...

Recent diet trends are seemingly unhealthy

Recent diet trends are seemingly unhealthy

Bess Tiller, Reporter

December 6, 2017

Not wanting to eat red meat, understandable. No animal products, considerate. Nuts instead of fish for a source of protein, why not? What happened to the days of a balanced healthy diet? Many are shying away from the five main food groups and turning towards five types of juices. Personally I am skeptical...

Why Steve Harrington is the best character on Stranger Things

Sierra Webb, Reporter

November 30, 2017

The hit show Stranger Things released last year and took over social media by storm. Instantly, Stranger Things was popping up on every social media website, news headline, and every late night talk show. So when season two of Stranger Things released on Netflix a couple of months ago, the internet was...

It’s called Boy Scouts for a reason

Will Amos, Reporter

November 30, 2017

Recently there have been steps taken by the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) allowing girls into their program Cub Scouts. Cub Scouts is like Boy Scouts, but for elementary school kids and is more parent led to prepare kids for the tougher and more scout led experiences that they’ll go through later...

VSCO is the go-to place for risky pictures

Emma Charles, Reporter

November 30, 2017

If someone posts a picture, they’re looking for attention. That’s a fact that can’t be disputed, otherwise people would just keep their photos to themselves. There are a lot of different motives for posting up: You took a cute selfie you just had to show off, you had a wild night with the boys,...

Editorial on bullying journalism reporters

November 28, 2017

Reporters have the right to their opinion, readers have the right to give their feedback, but no one has the right to bully. Harassing reporters for their articles has become extremely popular but people don’t understand the ramifications of the bullying, while also not understanding the real meaning...

The best black friday deals and where to find them

Anna Jerrems, Reporter

November 22, 2017

Frantic people pushing and shoving each other, a mom screaming at her crying kid, store clerks with sweaty faces and pained eyes, all in a line that stretches for three blocks; can you imagine any better way to kick off the holiday season other than Black Friday shopping? On Nov 24, 2017, stores across...