Apple Releases New Wearable Technology

On April 24, Apple released its newest product, the Apple Watch. Sales are projected to be ranging from 8 million to 41 million, similar to sales of the iPad its first year after release. With prices ranging from $349 to $17,000, this highly anticipated wearable technology has customers wondering: Is […]

Norfolk 17 Member Shares Meaningful Experience

Mt. Hebron had the honor of opening their doors to Alvareze Gonsouland on April 9. For many students, the name may sound familiar. Alvareze, father of English teacher Mr. Keith Gonsouland, was one of the historical “Norfolk 17.” Because racial injustice is prevalent today, Mr. Gonsouland thought it […]

The World Wakes Up: Ozgecan Aslan

In light of Mar. 8’s International Women’s Day, social media has proven to be a powerful supporter of women’s rights. The emergence was seen in Turkey, where social media erupted with criticism over the sexual assault and murder of young Turkish student, Ozgecan Aslan. “A country woke up,” […]

Social Media Stirs Over Student’s Tweet

Twitter and Vine have taken the social media world by storm, with countless pages and profiles posting millions of videos and pictures daily. Occasionally, funny or interesting posts go “viral,” a phrase termed to explain a rapid expansion in popularity. Social media has prompted us to become obsessed […]