The Millionaire’s Club hosted a luncheon seminar on Jan. 18 that featured students of University of Maryland’s Smith School of Business and New York University’s Stern School of Business. Mt. Hebron alumni David Niezelski, Nick Suri and Carmen Bodziak, along with Smith School senior Kyle Brown, answered questions […]
The Mountain’s former staff writer Kevin Mertz and editors Steven Mertz and Paige Vane (MTH Class of 2011) contributed the following in memory of their friend and colleague, former staff writer Nick Mburu (MTH Class of 2011), who passed away on Jan. 7, 2018. Two weeks ago, the […]
On April 15 and 22, Snail Mail will be performing at Coachella in California, along with a variety of talented artists such as The Weeknd, Eminem and Tyler the Creator. Coachella is one of the largest annual music festivals, which features top charting musical artists over a three-day […]
The college football playoffs finished in dramatic fashion on Monday, as the Alabama Crimson Tide rolled to another National Championship victory over the Georgia Bulldogs, 26-23 in overtime. Behind freshman quarterback, Tua Tagovailoa, the Crimson Tide sparked on all cylinders in the second half coming back from a […]
On Dec. 31, YouTube vlogger Logan Paul posted footage showing him and friends laughing uncomfortably as they came across a dead body hanging on a tree in Japan’s Aokigahara forest. The location is known as “The Suicide Forest” for the high number of suicides that take place there. […]
Alumni returned to Mt. Hebron on Dec. 21 to discuss their experiences with college, school work, and balancing life. Former students presented in front of classes and answered current students’ questions. How is college different from high school? Do you like college? “College is really great. I really […]
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