By Fateha Syed This year will be the first final test administered since the Covid-19 outbreak back in 2019. Midterms this year were canceled due to the increase in Covid-19 cases and student mental health concerns. As finals are just around the corner, students are faced with the […]
By Cooper Baer With the Major League Baseball (MLB) season rapidly approaching, fans are growing more skeptical about the start date of spring training and the regular season. The Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), the set of rules that determine how much money professional baseball players make, is yet […]
By Madeleine Phillips The Howard County Film Festival is held annually to celebrate the work of filmmaking students across the county. Students are given the opportunity to submit short films they have directed to be viewed and potentially nominated for awards. “It’s an opportunity for students throughout the […]
Florida has become the peak of controversy after the state legislature proposed what has become known as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill. This piece of legeslation bans the teaching of sexual orientation or third party genders to students. The reason behind the controversy is because members of the […]
By Isaac Noll Mt. Hebron Theatre’s production of ‘Seussical’ is hitting the stage. This will be the first musical performance at Mt. Hebron since the pandemic began, making for a unique finale for theatre students graduating in 2022 who have not done a musical since ‘Damn Yankees’ in […]
By Lauren Gustafson After over a year of online school being entirely dependent on the use of Chromebooks, Google Drive, Peardeck, and Wifi, the transition back to in-person school has morphed education to encompass the different styles of learning developed during Covid-19. In place of paper, school-issued Chromebooks […]
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