Month: February 2016

Have We Had Our Fill of “Fuller House?”

In the new Netflix original series, DJ, Kimmy and Stephanie are in the house, the “Fuller House.” After much anticipation, Netflix recently released a reboot of the late ’80s and early ’90s classic family sitcom, “Full House.” However, the house is now crowded with a different set of […]

Community Comes Together for Diverse Matters

This past weekend, the Parents of African American Students (PAAS) and the Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) hosted their first ever Diversity Matters event. The event, which was held in the auditorium and the cafeteria, focused on different ways of advocating diversity. There were local speakers as well […]

Superheroes Trigger Super Debates

Superhero films are always greatly anticipated by people of all ages. Something about a protagonist overcoming a villain paired with a happy ending continually captivates audiences, and with so many new technologies that enable realistic special effects, the superhero movie genre is more popular now than ever. Similar […]

Mt. Hebron’s Artistic Jini-us

Senior Jini Kim recently won five awards at the 2016 Regional Scholastic Art and Writing Awards contest. She entered five paintings, and every piece received recognition. The Regional Scholastic Art and Writing Awards is a program for students across the country to submit works of art or writing […]

Students Address Prom Dress Group

To some high school students, prom is an unforgettable night meant to be highly anticipated, but to others, it is just a frivolous high school tradition. Regardless of personal opinions, prom is one of the largest events on high school students’ social calendars, specifically for high school girls. […]