Mt. Hebron Students Share Opinions on Lunch

By Arayana Ladson The Mt. Hebron school year is officially coming to an end, and with it students are reflecting on the many changes between this year and past ones, one of those being school lunches. Due to the lockdown last year following the spread of Covid-19, food […]

Awards Show Season in Full Swing This Spring

By Gauri Nair and Gabby Teachey Spring has officially arrived, and with it comes all the exciting new opportunities for celebrities to showcase their stunning outfits. The Grammys, one of the most prestigious nights in the music industry, aired on April 3. A week earlier the Oscars took […]

Mt. Hebron Finals Around the Corner

By Fateha Syed This year will be the first final test administered since the Covid-19 outbreak back in 2019. Midterms this year were canceled due to the increase in Covid-19 cases and student mental health concerns. As finals are just around the corner, students are faced with the […]

Rising Gas Prices Alarm Many

By: Fateha Syed Gas prices have been steadily rising in recent weeks, raising worries of oil supply shortages and delays. Gas prices are now almost 40 cents per gallon more than their original price. Nowadays, mostly everyone uses some sort of transportation that uses gas. The change has […]

Recapping a Wild 2022 NFL Free Agency

By Jeffrey Mansour With the kickoff of the new league year, the 2022 NFL free agency period has seen an unprecedented number of transactions involving many of the league’s top athletes. Record-breaking contracts have been signed and numerous superstars have found new teams to play for in a […]

March Madness Mayhem Begins

By Edric Brillantes The biggest sports tournament of the year is just around the corner. March Madness is the national college basketball tournament, which pits the best college teams from all over the country for a chance to win the NCAA Basketball Championship. A mainstay of the tournament […]

Ravens Offseason Preview for 2022

By: Jeffrey Mansour In a wild 2021 season, the Baltimore Ravens’ surprisingly strong start was followed by an astonishing six-game losing streak. The team finished the campaign with its first losing record since 2015 and its first playoff absence since 2017. With a disappointing season in the rearview […]

Spring Showers or Snow?

By Eliana Klein With the current weather patterns changing day by day, Maryland residents are struck with confusion and annoyance. Days post deep winter have been ranging from highs of 73 degrees Fahrenheit to lows of 27 degrees. These changes are leaving students dreading to get out of […]

Ye. vs Davidson

By Audrey Parker and Nafisa Anjum Following the split of socialite Kim Kardashian and rapper Kanye West, Kardashian has become involved with American comedian Pete Davidson. This has led to a series of posts and slander on social media from Kardashian’s ex-husband West. Meeting at Kid Cudi’s birthday […]

Shaun White’s Final Year Shredding Powder

By: Eliana Klein As the Winter Olympics advance, more and more headlines are being filled with the recent news of Shaun White’s final year of shredding powder. White, the 35-year-old three-time gold medalist, will represent the United States during the snowboarding event in Beijing. He has been competing […]

Mt. Hebron Celebrates Black History Month

By Audrey Parker Commemorating Black History Month, Mt. Hebron staff and students decorate classroom doors with photos and facts about black figures. Initially acknowledged by historian Carter G. Woodson in 1926, Black History Month is annually celebrated throughout the United States during the month of February.  Many schools […]

Mt. Hebron’s Hectic Track Season

By Arayana Ladson There have been major impacts on the winter sports season at high schools due to Covid-19 restrictions. Mt. Hebron is one of the hundreds of schools that have had their seasons rushed, pushed back, or postponed. Complications such as these have made for a rocky […]

The Rise of Dawn FM

By Sarika Kumar The Weeknd is a famous Canadian singer and songwriter that has gained popularity since 2015. With the release of Dawn FM, his new album which came out on Jan. 7, there was an uproar of fan’s reactions. Highschool Juniors, Anmol Desai, Burhan Buttar, and Manali […]

HCPSS Midterms Cancelled

By Lauren Gustafson With the end of the second quarter approaching, Howard County high school students received the surprising news that after determined efforts by the Board of Education the midterm exams were canceled. Student Member of the Board, Peter Banyas, announced the change on his Instagram on […]

Ravens Eliminated From Playoff Contention

By: Jeffrey Mansour The Baltimore Ravens were outdueled by the Pittsburgh Steelers on their home turf the afternoon of Jan. 9, losing 16-13 in a game that officially eliminated them from playoff contention. The loss extended their losing streak to six games to close out the season and […]

New Year, New Mt. Hebron

By Audrey Parker and Arayana Ladson Every new year, students, parents, and staff all try their luck at self-improvement. Many kick off the new year by making resolutions. The most frequent new year’s resolutions consist of self-care, traveling, and taking up new hobbies. Often people make their new […]

Beloved Actress Betty White Dies at 99

By Maria Estaphanos Actress Betty White, fondly known for her role Rose Nylund on The Golden Girls, passed away at age 99 in her home on Dec. 31, 2021.  White died of a cerebrovascular-related incident, suffering a stroke six days before she passed. As the Center for Disease […]

Travis Scott’s Astroworld Concert Turns Deadly

By: Edric Brillantes A music festival turned deadly on Friday. Travis Scott’s “Astroworld” left 9 concertgoers dead with several attendants also being hospitalized. The festival, which took place in Houston, Texas, kicked off its third year of performing on Friday and had an estimated 50,000 people in attendance. […]

A Recap on the Girl’s Field Hockey Season

By Andrea Grieff The girl’s field hockey season this year was a success with the varsity team having 12 regular season games, two tournaments, two Scrimmages, and two playoff games. The team got 3rd place in their region with four wins out of eight games. Mt. Hebron’s athletic […]

Top 2021 Celebrity Halloween Looks

By Gabby Teachey and Gauri Nair When it comes to Halloween, celebrities have never failed to go over the top with their elaborate costumes. Halloween is celebrated every year on the night of Oct. 31. It was originally an event where people would gather to honor the deceased and […]