The 2017 Spirit Week was a success, and many students throughout all grades showed their school spirit,especially on color day. Underclassmen stepped up as they challenged the seniors and juniors for points. This year there was a twist in the Spirit Week standings, with the sophomores getting third […]
The United States and surrounding areas have been hit by three intense hurricanes — Harvey, Irma and Maria — with over forty inches of rain and winds at a peak of 130 mph. Hundreds of thousands of people have lost their homes to the storm, and it will […]
When Columbus famously (or infamously) sailed the ocean blue in 1492, he was celebrated for his supposed courage and bravery. Five hundred and twenty-five years later, thousands of Americans still praise his voyage to the “New World,” with the second Monday of October being hailed as Columbus Day, […]
With the start of the fall season comes the returns and premieres of new and old shows. One popular show that is returning for its second season is ABC’s “Designated Survivor.” This drama features Tom Kirkman, the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and the “designated survivor” during […]
Ms. Farah Jawhar: Ms. Jawhar first came to Mt. Hebron as a student and has returned to teach as part of the Math department. “I’m so excited to be back at Hebron, but as a staff member this time around,” Ms. Jawhar said. “I’m really looking forward to […]
This fall, men and women are spicing up their closets with new fashion trends, including plaid patterns and a variety of floral prints for women. Men are pursuing a more laid-back style this fall, with layered clothing, stripes and prints, and popular female styles will include “mom jeans” and […]
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