By: Melia Botticelli and Emma Schwartz The first semester is over and Mt. Hebron is starting off the new semester strong, as students prepare with new objectives and ambitions to get them through the rest of the school year. A few Mt. Hebron students were asked about how […]
By: Kailea Mundorf Eggs, the second-highest consumed food in the world (Substitute Cooking), are now a luxury considering the recent surge in cost. Prices are at an all-time high this year, averaging at $4.25 a dozen in Maryland grocery stores, compared to $1.79 in Dec. of 2021. With […]
By: Fateha Syed The Howard County Public School System (HCPSS) is debating whether or not to change the start times of schools. This change is being made because of students’ mental health and the amount of sleep students are getting before school. At this time, students are expressing […]
By: Kate Carneal and Camden Lippert The energy drinks that keep you up in the morning and get you through your sporting events may be no more. The famous ‘Celsius’ company is now under a lawsuit for claiming that their drinks have “no preservatives,” even though the drinks […]
By: Sarah Blackwell The Mt. Hebron Theatre cast and crew will take the stage again this Spring in their production of The Little Mermaid. Show times are March 17 and 18 at 7 pm, and a matinée on March 19 at 2 pm. Last fall’s production of Arsenic […]
By: Naomi Etienne Mexico has placed a strong ban on smoking cigarettes in all public places, making their anti-tobacco laws some of the strictest around the globe. As of Jan. 15, parks, beaches, hotels, stadiums, and public transportation zones are now smoke-free. Those who defy this ban will […]
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