By: Fateha Syed The first SAT of 2023 was taken by many Mt. Hebron students on Saturday March 11, 2023, all with a like goal: to do the best they possibly can. While some colleges are now SAT optional or blind for the future, some have reverted back […]
By: Lainey Hynes and Naomi Etienne From green screens, to artificial intelligence, to face filters — changing one’s appearance online has quickly become popular since early Apple photo booth days — and it looks like it’s a trend that’s here to stay. Along with the rest of social […]
By: Melia Botticelli and Lainey Hynes The announcement of later start times for Howard County public schools came with problems relating to the already problematic bus shortage. This led Howard County to increase the maximum distance students live from their school to be provided with a bus, a […]
By: Maria Estaphanos and Solana Wynn With spring sports around the corner, Mt. Hebron students are ready to jump in. Spring sports at Mt. Hebron include softball, baseball, lacrosse, tennis, and outdoor track and field, and students are more than ready to get back to the spring sport […]
By: Fateha Syed “This is a hall sweep, teachers lock your doors.” With an increased number of tardy students, as well as an alarming amount of students wandering the halls mid-class, hall sweeps have been implemented to prevent students from being late. Throughout the school day, once the […]
By: Hannah Chang and Lainey Hynes After a two-year-long pandemic, the Howard County Dance Festival made its big comeback this past weekend. With over 10 high school dance programs coming together, over 100 dancers will be performing. While the Howard County Dance Festival may seem like any other […]
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