By Gabby Teachey and Gauri Nair Throughout history there have always been divisions between men and women, and the dress code in figure skating did not skew from these societal norms. Despite the lack of restrictions regarding the costumes of male competitors, females had to follow a number […]
By: Eliana Klein As the Winter Olympics advance, more and more headlines are being filled with the recent news of Shaun White’s final year of shredding powder. White, the 35-year-old three-time gold medalist, will represent the United States during the snowboarding event in Beijing. He has been competing […]
By Jeffrey Mansour On what would have been his 16th birthday, Ravens and Orioles superfan Mo Gaba was commemorated across Maryland on Jan. 26. The Baltimore icon succumbed to a lifelong battle with cancer in July 2020, but his story and message of positivity will live on forever. […]
By Lauren Gustafson After facing a devastating cancellation of their 2021 season and the dramatic postponement of their early games this year, the Mt. Hebron girls basketball program faced a lot of uncertainty. With the graduation of all upperclassmen and little knowledge of their roster outside of the […]
By Arayana Ladson There have been major impacts on the winter sports season at high schools due to Covid-19 restrictions. Mt. Hebron is one of the hundreds of schools that have had their seasons rushed, pushed back, or postponed. Complications such as these have made for a rocky […]
By Fateha Syed and Abigail Evans Mt. Hebron High School is facing difficult decisions about its winter athletic programs due to Covid-19, which has had a significant influence on the decisions that coaches, players, and directors must make throughout this period. Due to the uprising cases at Mt. […]
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