By Maria Estaphanos After weeks of hinting to fans around the world about her new album 30 by projecting the number 30 across global landmarks such as Rome’s Colosseum, the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, and the side of the Brooklyn Bridge, Adele has confirmed that new music is […]
By Eliana Klein Every year during the homecoming pep rally, the bleachers become filled with Mt. Hebron students dressed head to toe in red, blue, gold, and black to cheer on their class. The pep rally consisted of tremendous performances by the marching band, cheerleading team, lancers, and […]
By Madeleine PhillipsThe John Morton Excellence in the Teaching of Economics Award is awarded annually by the Council for Economic Education to one elementary school teacher, middle school teacher, and high school teacher that uses exemplary teaching techniques both in and out of the classroom that help improve […]
By: Audrey Parker Although he is not the first LGBTQ+ superhero, Jon Kent coming out has increased sales for Superman: Son of Kal-El and made comic fans extremely happy and excited for the series. Jon Kent, the son of Superman, is a reporter for the Daily Mail, along […]
By Khushika Shah Mt. Hebron Theatre will be performing a rendition of “Peter and the Starcatcher” at 7 p.m. on Nov. 11-13 and 2 p.m. on Nov. 14 in the school’s auditorium. The play is inspired by the novel “Peter and the Starcatchers” by Dave Barry and Ridley […]
By Madeleine Phillips Despite being in-person this year it’s going to take time for school-run activities to go back to normal, an idea that rings true for Mt. Hebron’s Marching Unit. From the mask policy to a reduction in numbers, the unit is facing many new challenges. Nonetheless, […]
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