On April 21, Mt. Hebron introduced its very first “Night of One Acts.” The event began at 7 pm in the auditorium, where greeters stationed at the door welcomed the audience for an unexpected surprise. Junior Gracie Dillon opened the night by sharing short remarks with the crowd. She […]
This past weekend, the Parents of African American Students (PAAS) and the Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) hosted their first ever Diversity Matters event. The event, which was held in the auditorium and the cafeteria, focused on different ways of advocating diversity. There were local speakers as well […]
Climate Change is a widely debated and controversial topic that has risen to particular prominence this year with the coverage of the political debates and the resulting trending topics on social media. Climate Change is a very polarizing issue on which many individuals have deep-seated opinions; however, the central issue is […]
Many people consider the Christmas season to be the “most wonderful time of the year.” However, any Mt. Hebron student will tell you that this distinction is reserved for Spirit Week. This year, Spirit Week began on Friday, Oct. 9, and as tradition follows, students of all grades crowded […]
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