Foreign exchange students making themselves at home in Howell

September 25, 2013

By Editor in Chief: Natalie Dunn Every year, Howell becomes a second home to students from all over the world for one semester, or the entire year in some cases. Exchange students live with a host family for the duration of their stay, and attend school at Howell High, learning about American culture a...

Food service director makes big changes to the menu

Rachel Cichon, Staff Writer

September 25, 2013

By Staff Writer: Rachel Cichon At first glance, the cafeteria of Howell High School may not look any different from years past. It is still crowded, and at times, difficult to maneuver through, full of students buying lunch, talking with friends or pulling chairs over to tables that were not designed to seat so many people. Workers from the Kilt Shack still...

Eagle Scout redecorates Freshman Campus courtyard

Lexi Petroi, Staff Writer

September 24, 2013

By Staff Writer: Lexi Petroi  Howell High School’s Freshman Campus recently received a makeover, thanks to sophomore Joe Senecal, as a part of his Eagle Scout project. "When I met with Ms. Goodwin she was actually the one who brought up the courtyard and I was interested in helping her out. The courtyard looked terrible so I decide...

Helping others and yourself through the grieving process

Natalie Dunn, Editor in Chief

September 21, 2013

This article was originally published on February 25, 2013. In light of the loss Howell High School suffered this past week, the Main Four would like to give the HHS community another look at helping loved ones and oneself through a difficult loss. By Editor in Chief: Natalie Dunn Despite what we all like to think, no...

It wasn’t an accident: A student’s view

September 11, 2013

By Editor in Chief: Natalie Dunn I was five years old on September 11, 2001. The only thing I remember about the day is that my mom sent me to my room, and I was sure I'd done something terribly wrong for her to be so upset that she wouldn't even tell me why I had to go to my room. In the weeks that followed, ...

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