By: Lainey Hynes Winter break is a time many students look forward to, both because of the holidays and the days away from school. However, this year, many Mt. Hebron students faced an unexpected problem this December: power outages. This winter, Hebron students have not seen much winter […]
By: Melia Botticelli and Fateha Syed Midterms are making a comeback for the first time in three years, and due to high schools not being able to give them out throughout Covid-19, students aren’t sure what to expect and how to prepare themselves for the upcoming exams. This […]
By: Kailea Mundorf and Hannah Chang As the New Year begins, people start to imagine what their lives could become — a sign of the future, new ambitions, and new goals. This is what prompts the age-old “New Year’s Resolution,” a way for people to mark the new […]
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. […]
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. […]
By: Willow Schools On Friday, Oct. 28, Mt. Hebron came to school dressed in pink for breast cancer awareness day. Students also showed up to that night’s football wearing pink to show support. This year, the 2024 Class Board ordered pink “We Are Hebron” t-shirts that were being […]
You must be logged in to post a comment.