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Kyle Brill signs to swim for UCSB
Justin Curtis commits to play D-1 football at Wagner College
Kristen Quick Commits to Maryland for Gymnastics

Kristen Quick Commits to Maryland for Gymnastics

April 4, 2020

Isaac Kim commits to Pomona College for Baseball

Isaac Kim commits to Pomona College for Baseball

April 3, 2020

Hart Senior Commits to Biola University

Hart Senior Commits to Biola University

March 30, 2020

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Letter to my High School Self: Mr. Williams

Hart High School’s legacy continues

November 8, 2021

Los Angeles lights up with various holiday attractions

November 8, 2021

Issue of the Issue: Hart mascot

Issue of the Issue: Hart mascot

September 14, 2021

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Lucas Enrique Gomez, Sports Editor | December 2, 2021

The Atlanta Braves shutout the Houston Astros for their first World Series (WS) win in 26 years November 3, 2021. The Braves had an unlikely path to this ring, winning 88 games during the season and having a 0.3% chance of winning the WS as of July 13 via Fangraphs. Facing the pitching power house Brewers and former champion Dodgers, the Braves overcame those difficult matchups without the help of...

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Benedetta Daugereau, Arts & Reviews Editor | December 2, 2021

The history of the World Series (WS) goes all the way back to 1876, beginning with the National League of Professional Baseball Clubs. This was then replaced by the National League of Professional Baseball Organization, which was started in 1901. After that it was replaced by Major League Baseball and the World Series started in 1903. In the first World Series, the top team in the American League and...

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Katherine Anderson, Staff Writer | September 14, 2021

Over the summer, team USA competed in the Tokyo Olympic Summer Games of 2020. Despite the name, these games were held over the summer of 2021. It was decided that for the health and wellbeing of the athletes, international community and everyone involved in the Olympics, to postpone the event until it was safe, considering the pandemic and unknown variables. This unusual change in events didn't stop...

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