Howell Varsity Hockey prepares for upcoming Pink Game

Howell Varsity Hockey prepares for upcoming Pink Game

Alexandria Adle, Staff writer

November 30, 2015

On Tues. Dec. 1, Howell’s Varsity Hockey game will be playing against Hartland at Grand Oaks Ice Arena. The game will begin at 7pm with a $5 admission fee which will be donated in support of breast cancer awareness.

Hello! We are here!

Hello! We are here!

Mackenzie McDonell, Julia Lively, Jordan Pudvay, Opinion Editor, Staff Writer, Social Media Editor

March 9, 2015

The HHS paper has been around for almost ten years, yet a lot of our own student body doesn't know that we exist. We are constantly writing stories and updating the school with current events. We put extensive amounts of work into our stories and yet not a lot of people know about our stories or where to look for them. Other than our staff talking about the newspaper, people don’t seem to know a lot about us.

Sticky note surprise greets the students of HHS

Sticky note surprise greets the students of HHS

Rachel Cichon, Editor-in-Chief

February 18, 2015

This morning, as weary Highlanders filed into the school, they were greeted by a positive surprise. On every individual locker, a sticky note had been placed with a positive message on it. Each sticky note seemed to have a unique message, design or handwriting which made the notes a personal and pleasant surprise. Students rushed to their lockers to see what message they had gotten.

Mr. (and Ms.) Highlander

Mr. (and Ms.) Highlander

Jordyn McConnaughey, Social Media Editor

February 12, 2015

Over the past years Howell High has had a contest which allows 9th-12th grade boys to compete for the title of “Mr. Highlander.” The boys dress up during the Winter Fest spirit week and try to be as spirited as possible while collecting money to donate to the St. Baldrick’s foundation for childhood cancer. The winner not only receives the prestigious title, but a cash prize of $200. However, I see one problem with this contest, it has been only offered to boys.

The Movie Club: its mysterious existence exposed

The Movie Club: its mysterious existence exposed

Kira Cleer, Staff Writer

February 4, 2015

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. The students pick movies with awards to watch and discuss what they like and dislike

History of the Highlander

History of the Highlander

Megan Killop, Business Manager

January 26, 2015

The student section roaring, players celebrating, and the crowd erupting into applause; this picture perfect moment wouldn’t be complete without the Highlander on the side-line. This Scottish symbol has been Howell High School’s mascot since roughly the late 1940’s, when the 1947 yearbook referred to the Highlander.

HHS finds new Interim Superintendent

HHS finds new Interim Superintendent

Michael Gottschalk, Staff Writer

January 8, 2015

The search for a new Interim Superintendent of the Howell School District is over. Dr. Jeremy M. Hughes will fill the position until at least the end of this school year. By Staff Writer: Michael Gottschalk

HHS choirs perform annual concert for the holidays

HHS choirs perform annual concert for the holidays

Jackie Keranen, Staff Writer

December 16, 2014

The Howell High School choir is having a concert on Wednesday, December 17 and Thursday, December 18. The concert is at 7 p.m. for both days, so be sure to make it! The theme is Fan Fair for the Holidays. By Staff Writer: Jackie Keranen

Parking lots at HHS worry student drivers

Parking lots at HHS worry student drivers

Jordan Pudvay, Social Media Editor

December 8, 2014

As Michigan’s weather is starting to hit and more student at Howell are getting their licenses throughout the year, Howell High School’s parking lots are getting even crazier to get in and out of before and after school. Students make their own parking spots, don’t park in the lines or are driving huge cars that don’t fit in the parking spaces. This year alone, there have been two accidents in the parking lots and more than enough accidents that have almost happened because people don’t watch where they’re going. By Social Media Editor: Jordan Pudvay

Would you rather have more time or more money?

Would you rather have more time or more money?

Kaylee Hamilton, InDesign Editor

November 11, 2014

This past week 62 Howell High School students from all grades and teachers alike were asked, Would you rather have more time or more money? The response? 34 people chose time and 28 people chose money. By Weekly Editor: Kaylee Hamilton

First blood drive of the year

First blood drive of the year

Devery Jakubos, Staff Writer

November 6, 2014

Blood drives are hosted around the country and around the world and play a very important medical role in hospitals. Last week Howell High School hosted their own blood drive for staff and students to donate. “Every day at lunch I saw people go up and sign up. It seemed like it was successful which...

Journalism students receive interesting opportunity

Journalism students receive interesting opportunity

Jackie Keranen, Staff Writer

October 31, 2014

This fall, the Advanced Journalism class went to the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association conference also known as MIPA. This year, Michigan State University hosted MIPA in the Lansing Center. With a wide variety of classes, MIPA targets students that are taking journalism, photography, digital...

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