Fall fashion trends

Fall fashion trends

Jordyn McConnaughey, Social Media Editor

October 28, 2014


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Whether people realize it or not, fashion is a big part of high school life, especially as we switch from shorts to sweaters. Many new fashion trends have arrived with the fall season. Both boys and girls have many options when looking at fashion this fall. As far as fashion for girls, there is so...

Howell has no reason to fear an Ebola outbreak

Howell has no reason to fear an Ebola outbreak

Michael Gottschalk, Staff Writer

October 25, 2014


Filed under Health & Technology, Opinion, Showcase

After visiting all of the High School’s three offices and questioning multiple 10-12th graders, the existence of the Movie Club has been confirmed. The club meets every Monday from 2:30-4:30 in Mr. Jason Kane’s room 1-19 at the Freshman Campus. There are no requirements to join this club.

Five things to do in fall

Five things to do in fall

Jordyn McConnaughey, Social Media Editor

October 6, 2014


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Fall has arrived, school has started, and busy schedules have made many high school students miss the days of summer and all of the fun activities the season of summer holds. Fall, however, can give one many opportunities to find new and exciting seasonal activities. Here are five things that I believe...

Developing adults require more to a meal than they did in kindergarten

Developing adults require more to a meal than they did in kindergarten

Tricia Tucker, Staff Writer

May 22, 2014


Filed under Opinion

I want more milk.  Simple as that.  We teens are young, developing adults who need Vitamin D to allow us to continue growing. In kindergarten, when we are less than 60 pounds, we as students were served a lunch meal along with a half pint carton of milk.  As over a decade goes by, we are served ...

Hope between pages

Hope between pages

Alexis Klask, Staff Writer

May 22, 2014


Filed under Opinion

Reading does so much more than finishing a story. You’re finishing someone’s story.

Seniors, enjoy these summertime activities

Seniors, enjoy these summertime activities

Kate Bauer, Staff Writer

May 19, 2014


Filed under Opinion

With senior year coming to a close, many HHS students are looking forward to starting their new life chapter, saying goodbye to high school friends and memories.

Top 4 things I wish I learned while in high school

May 19, 2014


Filed under Opinion

By Feature Editor: Hannah Snyder The four years of high school are supposed to be considered the “best four years of your life”. However, what makes these years actually the best? You learn how to write a thesis statement, how the government become a government and why the United States fought in ...

Stop! Beware of food packaging fables

May 19, 2014


Filed under Opinion

By Staff Writer: Eliza Bengala Walking down an aisle in any grocery store, you’ll pass by colorful, creative packages all competing to grab your attention. Packages are decked out in big words exclaiming that the product inside is "Low Fat", "Fat Free", "0g. Trans Fat". And while the packaging ma...

Point/Counterpoint: Online classes

May 12, 2014


Filed under Opinion

Online classes have many beneficial values By Staff Writer: Marissa VanDaelen I've always wanted to take an online class. During second semester of my senior year, I was fortunate enough to get the chance to. To be honest, I originally took the Study Skills course because I thought it would be the...

Point/Counterpoint: The worst and best reads for high schoolers

April 22, 2014


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The best reads offered in HHS English classes By Feature Editor: Hannah Snyder It’s nearly impossible to avoid reading books in your English classes throughout high school. Some of them are terrible from the first page and seem to have zero educational value, trust me. However, there are also a few of t...

Point/Counterpoint: Diet soda

April 22, 2014


Filed under Opinion

Diet soda not worth the risk By News Editor: Kayla McClain Many people in America today consume massive amounts of regular and diet pop, and both contain ingredients that are in no way healthy or nutritious for our bodies. The direct excuse is, “If it's diet pop, it must be healthier than regular, right?” Actually, if you tell yourself that enough, you may start ...

Even more music in the halls of HHS

April 22, 2014


Filed under Opinion

By Staff Writer: Jada Boprie It’s a little startling to be walking to class and suddenly hear a Guns’n’Roses song blasting through the hallway. Especially the song “Sweet Child O’ Mine” with Axl Rose’s high pitched wailing. We’re all used to hearing snidbits of music from the band and choir rooms, but for the week before ...

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