By: Hannah Chang From the now notorious Stanley cups to skincare, makeup, clothes, and more, consumer trends have been at an all-time high as of today. All it takes is for one person to rave about a certain product before it is sold out. TikTok has been known […]
On Mar. 5, 2023, senior Sam Jordan became Mt. Hebron’s first wrestling state champion in school history, winning the 4A/3A Division Tournament. Jordan (below), nicknamed “Big Red” for his ginger mullet and 6’0’’ 214 lb. frame, beat four opponents for a combined tournament point total of 24-8 before […]
By: Maria Estaphanos and Solana Wynn With spring sports around the corner, Mt. Hebron students are ready to jump in. Spring sports at Mt. Hebron include softball, baseball, lacrosse, tennis, and outdoor track and field, and students are more than ready to get back to the spring sport […]
By: Serenity Holland An unspoken exhaust has been present among students attending high school in Howard County — but perhaps for no more. On Feb. 23, a Howard County Board of Education meeting produced an outcome of an 8 a.m. start time effective next year for students in […]
By: Kailea Mundorf After six long years, Rihanna finally made a comeback at the Superbowl LVII halftime show, surprising more than 110 million viewers with considerably big news. During the almost 14-minute performance, the pop star sang almost half of her discography while dancing and interacting with the […]
By: Genna Rippeon Three years post-pandemic, businesses within The Columbia Mall are back and booming, but the security of mall goers is not. Middle and high school students who lost some of their teenage years to the pandemic are relishing in the freedom of their favorite shops opening […]
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