By: Kailea Mundorf and Hannah Chang Global climate change has been an important issue, prevalent to our planet’s future. Many environmental advocates have begun taking more drastic measures to get their message across, but at what cost? Two protesters marked their stance against global emissions this Oct. 14 […]
By: Fateha Syed Mt. Hebron students will be taking their PSAT on Wednesday, October 12, 2022. Every year the College Board and the National Merit Scholarship Corporation in the United States jointly offer the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test, a national academic assessment. Some students do not […]
By: Jacinda Fordjour Mt. Hebron’s theater students have begun to prepare for the fall play, ‘Arsenic and Old Lace.’ The stage plans to light up Nov. 17-20. Arsenic and Old Lace is a 1944 comedy/crime film directed by Frank Capra. It is about the two aunts of Mortimer […]
By: Serenity Holland On Sep 12., the 74th Emmys were a triumph. There was undeniable talent in the room worth celebrating, however, not everyone could win. Families and fandoms reacted to a night of predictable wins and disappointing losses. “Euphoria” would premiere every Sunday at 10 p.m., becoming […]
By: Fateha Syed Gas prices have been steadily rising in recent weeks, raising worries of oil supply shortages and delays. Gas prices are now almost 40 cents per gallon more than their original price. Nowadays, mostly everyone uses some sort of transportation that uses gas. The change has […]
By: Emma Schwartz Large rallies in support of Ukraine came together in D.C. on March 6, 2022. People from across the country came to chant, wave flags, and hold up signs to show their support for Ukraine. Many wore yellow and blue to represent the flag of Ukraine […]
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