Freezing Cold Temperatures Recorded in Maryland

By: Serenity Holland Temperatures in Maryland have been offensively rigid this December. Northeastern air is taking on the lower end of thirty-degree weather causing the community to face prompt adjustment. Kickstarting the heat and digging out sweatshirts from the bottom of the closet has come sooner than expected.  […]

15 years later, Tennessee makes the big win

By: Kate Carneal and Camden Lippert For fifteen years, Tennessee football has been fighting for a victory over the Alabama Crimson Tide. On Saturday, October 15, history was made as the Volunteers defeated Alabama (52-49) in front of their home crowd.  The win shocked the college football world. […]

Protestors Vandalize Precious Van Gogh painting

By: Kailea Mundorf and Hannah Chang Global climate change has been an important issue, prevalent to our planet’s future. Many environmental advocates have begun taking more drastic measures to get their message across, but at what cost? Two protesters marked their stance against global emissions this Oct. 14 […]

Paris Fashion Week Rocks the Runway

By: Rachel Swigart and Willow Moon Every year, Paris Fashion Week pulls out all the stops with showstopping runways. Celebrities show up in style, models strut in unique looks, and new trends emerge throughout the week. This year, designers like Vescace, Dior, and many others were able to […]

Cute or Cringe: Homecoming Proposals

By: Emma Shwartz and  Lainey Hynes Homecoming season is in full swing for Mt. Hebron, which means many students are asking each other for homecoming. Grand gesture homecoming proposals have been around for years, but opinions on them vary. So, we asked Hebron students, are homecoming proposals cute […]