By Audrey Parker Commemorating Black History Month, Mt. Hebron staff and students decorate classroom doors with photos and facts about black figures. Initially acknowledged by historian Carter G. Woodson in 1926, Black History Month is annually celebrated throughout the United States during the month of February. Many schools […]
By Sarika Kumar The Weeknd is a famous Canadian singer and songwriter that has gained popularity since 2015. With the release of Dawn FM, his new album which came out on Jan. 7, there was an uproar of fan’s reactions. Highschool Juniors, Anmol Desai, Burhan Buttar, and Manali […]
By Nishaat Makandar Students Skylar Sung, Naomi Nixon, Tanvi Kanaparthi, Laura McMennamin, Adam Tran, and Callie Shad’s were chosen to represent Mt.Hebron in the County-Wide “First Impressions” show at the Columbia Art Center. The “First Impressions” show took place at the Columbia Art Center from January 4th to 28th. […]
By Audrey Parker and Arayana Ladson Every new year, students, parents, and staff all try their luck at self-improvement. Many kick off the new year by making resolutions. The most frequent new year’s resolutions consist of self-care, traveling, and taking up new hobbies. Often people make their new […]
By Maria Estaphanos Actress Betty White, fondly known for her role Rose Nylund on The Golden Girls, passed away at age 99 in her home on Dec. 31, 2021. White died of a cerebrovascular-related incident, suffering a stroke six days before she passed. As the Center for Disease […]
By: Edric Brillantes A music festival turned deadly on Friday. Travis Scott’s “Astroworld” left 9 concertgoers dead with several attendants also being hospitalized. The festival, which took place in Houston, Texas, kicked off its third year of performing on Friday and had an estimated 50,000 people in attendance. […]
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