Millionaire’s Club Inducts New Members

On Feb. 2, Mount Hebron’s own Millionaire’s Club hosted its first-ever Club Induction Ceremony and welcomed over 50 Hebron students to the countywide stock market and personal finance organization. The Millionaire’s Club, sponsored by Technology Education teachers, Ms. Bernadette Bechta and Ms. Sandy Harrington, and lead by co-chairmen, […]

Successive Pipeline Incidents Receive Attention In DC

On Jan. 26, a gas pipeline, 20-inches in diameter, exploded in Brooke County, West Virginia, an hour outside of Pittsburgh. Entering commercial service a year ago, this Appalachia to Texas (ATEX) pipeline was considered relatively young and running well until it erupted and caught fire. The incident occurred […]

“American Sniper” Controversy Rages On

Making its North American debut just two weeks ago, American Sniper, directed by Clint Eastwood, is already ranked as the highest grossing R-rated movie of all time. On the popular movie review website “Rotten Tomatoes,” the film was approved by 73% of critics and 88% of all movie […]

Psychology AP Classes Host Guest Speaker

On Jan. 20, Mr. Don Walters’s Psychology AP students welcomed guest speaker Tom Cargiulo, an expert in drugs and their effects. Cargiulo, who has had more than 20 years of experience in the addiction field, spoke about the topic to Mr. Walters’s fifth and sixth period classes. Junior Caterina […]

Mt. Hebron Students Display Poetic Prowess

Pick two poems, practice them and recite them in front of judges. These are the steps that are taken by hundreds of students participating in the Poetry Out Loud competition. Since 2005, students all over the country have participated in this competition. According to the Poetry Foundation, the […]