HHS puts on Wizard of Oz for its 75th anniversary

HHS puts on Wizard of Oz for its 75th anniversary

Evan Webster, Staff Writer

October 15, 2014


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Staff Writer Evan Webster offers information about the upcoming Wizard of Oz play, its director and its cast.

Upcoming Classicality and Calamity auditions

May 29, 2014


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By A & E Editor: Madison Deadman Classicality and Calamity are student-led female and male groups that perform pop culture music A cappella. For those interested, please attend these upcoming auditions. “The audition process is challenging for the performers and those making selections. Not ...

Final band, choir concerts approach, seniors last high school music experience

May 14, 2014


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 By Staff Writer: Marissa VanDaelen It’s been a long, successful year for Howell High School band and choir students and final concerts are coming up soon. Of course, these are the last concerts for seniors who are involved. The last band concert is May 20 at 7 p.m. in the HHS auditorium. The last ...

Small crowd does not influence huge performance

April 30, 2014


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By Staff Writer: Alexis Klask  Alternative band, Sleeper Agent, put on an impressive show on Tuesday, April 8th despite having a smaller crowd than the usual concerts at The Loft in Lansing. While The Loft holds nearly 400 people, about 60 came in support to see Sleeper Agent. It was their first per...

Religious film leaves lasting impression on viewers

April 30, 2014


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By Feature Editor: Hannah Snyder There are so many words to describe the newly released film, Heaven is for Real. It was one of those movies that as soon as I saw the previews months ago I was excited for it to hit theaters. The remarkable story impacted viewers in many different ways. I found myself of...

Annual concert unites choir and band programs

April 29, 2014


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                                                                      By Editor in Chief: Natalie Dunn As the rain and temperature continue to fall, it seems as though April showers are coming late, and delaying the May flowers this spring. Luckily, the first...

HHS teacher puts the “drama” in high school


April 28, 2014


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By Staff Writer: Lexi Petroi Passion flows through the veins of Amanda Malo, Howell High School’s Drama teacher. From the love that she has for teaching, to the love she has for the performing arts, there’s "nowhere else she’d rather be.” She was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She grew up in Ann Arbor and her family moved t...

Students receive opportunity to be part of the Michigan Youth Arts Festival, All-State Choir

April 24, 2014


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By Staff Writer: Marissa VanDaelen Choir and the arts in general are taken very seriously at Howell High School but not everyone receives the honor of being able to perform at the Michigan Youth Arts Festival. Senior Keith Hutchins and sophomore Jillian Brennan are two of the few that have been select...

Movie sequel does not disappoint

April 22, 2014


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By Staff Writer: Rachel Cichon On April 4, Captain America 2: The Winter Soldier, the long-awaited sequel to the first Captain America film and ninth Marvel movie based on their popular comic books, blasted into theaters and captured audiences worldwide with its powerful story, stunning action sequenc...

“Non-Stop” has it’s audience full of non-stop anticipation

April 22, 2014


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By Staff Writer: Tricia Tucker Once I saw the previews for the movie "Non-Stop", starring Liam Neeson, I began counting the days to its premiere. When I walked into that theatre, I expected it to be terrifying, and full of action and anticipation, just as the movie "Taken" was, which had also starred Liam...

“Once Upon A Time” brings magic to television

March 24, 2014


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By News Editor: Kayla McClain Before I get started, please excuse any moments of extreme fan-girl outbursts. I will do my best to be professional, but one can only contain so much until the amount of deep character development and surprising plot twists get the best of me. First of all, if you don't like this...

Music programs ready for festival

March 7, 2014


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By News Editor: Kayla McClain The month of March does not consist of usual music band or choir concerts, but it is when students compete in the annual festival competition. On March 15, Howell High School band students will be going to Lake Orion High School, while on March 19 and 20, all choirs are...

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