By: Fateha Syed The first SAT of 2023 was taken by many Mt. Hebron students on Saturday March 11, 2023, all with a like goal: to do the best they possibly can. While some colleges are now SAT optional or blind for the future, some have reverted back […]
By: Genevieve Rippeon On Monday, March 13, President Biden approved the Willow Project. Created by ConocoPhillips, the Willow Project is an oil-drilling exploration. According to the project’s website, the project is “important for Alaska’s economy and for America’s energy security.” Also, according to the website, Willow could generate […]
By: Emma Schwarz and Melia Botticelli The fan-favorite love triangle of Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin are back, sparking an online feud as photos resurface showing Baldwin and friends appearing to bully Selena Gomez. The decade-long drama started with Bieber marrying Baldwin five months after his […]
By: Serenity Holland Turbulence is skyrocketing in a way that is unleashing fear for future flights. Recent incidents of extreme turbulence have flooded the media and travelers are becoming apprehensive. Social media users have claimed this phenomenon is rooted in climate change. Flying has become one of the […]
By: Kailea Mundorf March coincides as Women’s History Month, celebrating women all around the world, from our past, present, and future — inspiring new generations to come. International Women’s Day takes place on March 8th, recognizing achievements and challenges women face, as well as bringing attention to gender […]
By: Lainey Hynes and Naomi Etienne From green screens, to artificial intelligence, to face filters — changing one’s appearance online has quickly become popular since early Apple photo booth days — and it looks like it’s a trend that’s here to stay. Along with the rest of social […]
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