This year, College Board introduced a new format that allowed students to take Advanced Placement (AP) exams online due to school closures. The decision faced heavy backlash from students and teachers. Rather than the typical paper exam, the online tests were 45-minute written responses. No multiple choice was […]
On April 18, students across Howard County voted for the 2018-2019 Student Member of the Board (SMOB). After all the ballots had been tallied, the winner of the election was River Hill junior Ambika Siddabathula. Siddabathula ran on a platform of “student representation and involvement, communication between students […]
Mt. Hebron High School is home to many spectacular athletes but has also succeeded when it comes to the brilliant minds of millennials’ futures. Through various academic clubs, Mt. Hebron has brought home several different awards and trophies succeeding on multiple stages. The Model United Nations (MUN) Club […]
On April 15 and 22, Snail Mail will be performing at Coachella in California, along with a variety of talented artists such as The Weeknd, Eminem and Tyler the Creator. Coachella is one of the largest annual music festivals, which features top charting musical artists over a three-day […]
On Dec. 31, YouTube vlogger Logan Paul posted footage showing him and friends laughing uncomfortably as they came across a dead body hanging on a tree in Japan’s Aokigahara forest. The location is known as “The Suicide Forest” for the high number of suicides that take place there. […]
Alumni returned to Mt. Hebron on Dec. 21 to discuss their experiences with college, school work, and balancing life. Former students presented in front of classes and answered current students’ questions. How is college different from high school? Do you like college? “College is really great. I really […]
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