For the first time, a mother has been convicted for a crime their child committed
Trevor Hamilton, Staff Writer • February 20, 2024

February 9, a landmark decision was made in a case against Jennifer Crumbly whose son killed four students in a school shooting in 2021. Crumbly is the first parent to ever have been convicted of involuntary manslaughter...

Reports of aliens at Miami mall debunked by police
Trevor Hamilton, Staff Writer • January 30, 2024

Hysteria overtook the Bayside Marketplace in Miami, Florida January 1, with reports of a large police response and videos showing supposed “aliens” surfacing in the following days after the incident. According to the...

United States government blocks airline merger
Gabriel Pech, Staff Writer • January 30, 2024

A federal judge in Boston, U.S. District Judge William Young ruled on Tuesday to block JetBlue Airlines planned $3.8 billion acquisition of the ultra low cost carrier Spirit Airlines. The decision followed the U.S. Department...

Support Santa Clarita's local Indoor Market
Nicole Serafin, Copy Editor • February 8, 2024

January 28, residents of Santa Clarita had the opportunity to immerse in the array of goods and flavors at the SCV Indoor Market. Hosted by What’s Up SCV, this two day event on January 27 and 28 transformed...

Believe it or not, your teachers are right
Addison Seegmiller, Features Editor • February 2, 2024

For my column I usually pick a topic that is relevant in my life and right now that topic is reading. With a mom as an English teacher, reading has been a constant in my life. In my personal opinion reading...

Downs is down for anything
Noah Maradiaga, Staff Writer • February 1, 2024

Griffin Downs is a Sophomore at Hart High School. He is also one of the leading officers of Film Club at Hart. He plays for Hart’s Volleyball Team, and recently splurged on competitive swimming. Growing...

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February 6, 2024

On December 15, 1791, the Bill of Rights adopted an amendment that states that The First Amendment permits...

The TikTok shop takeover

January 25, 2024

Do you have low-vision or high-vision weight? Do you want to stop the aging process? Are you “deer...

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January 24, 2024

Millions of people around the world nowadays rely on social media as their main source of information...

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Deanna Reyes, Staff Writer | February 12, 2024

The Hart Girls Basketball team has had a very exciting season. This was their first season as a Division 1 team, and they made it to the second round of CIFs. What were the necessary goals the team had to achieve to reach this milestone?  The Hart Girls Basketball team went on an undefeated winning streak leading up to their game at Rolling Hills Prep January 29. The scores of the Hart vs. Rolling...

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Valeria Xicotencalt, Staff Writer | February 8, 2024

Hart boys soccer has gone into the 2024 season with a scoring attitude. Varsity launched their way to the top ranking first in Foothill League, currently holding a 10-1 record, with junior varsity having an undefeated season and frosh following proximate records. February 7,  they took a 1-0 win against Carter High School in their first round of CIF. With the current ranking of the Hart Varsity...

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Micah Hughes, Staff Writer | January 30, 2024

For the first time in 27 years, college football giant Michigan University is finally back on top—but fittingly, it was a controversial climb to the peak. The Wolverines took down unbeaten Washington 34-13 to win the 2023-24 national championship in Houston. The game was tighter than the score suggests, as the Huskies were within a touchdown halfway through the final quarter. The game-sealing drive...

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Senior Farewell: Avery Tracy
Senior Farewell: Avery Tracy
Avery Tracy, Opinion Editor • August 20, 2023

My four years at Hart, as well as for the class of 2023, have been pretty hectic, but luckily we could all still try to find bright spots in...

Senior Farewell: Kathryn Stoffel
Senior Farewell: Kathryn Stoffel
Kathryn Stoffel, Copy Editor • August 20, 2023

H is for Hanna Krusey. Sorry for my 17 missing assignments.  A is for Arkansas. I’m really glad I didn’t go to high school in Arkansas. R...

Senior Farewell: Brooke Saaty
Senior Farewell: Brooke Saaty
Brooke Saaty, Editor in Chief • August 20, 2023

Dear Hart High School, Wow! The years have flown by! It seems like it was only yesterday that I was starting high school as a freshman, nervous,...

Senior Farewell: Bug Portaluppi
Senior Farewell: Bug Portaluppi
Bug Portaluppi, Social Media Manager • August 20, 2023

Graduating high school is just like getting swept up by a giant wave of molasses; you have no choice but to go with the flow.  January 15,...

Senior Farewell: Timothy Phan
Senior Farewell: Timothy Phan
Timothy Phan, News Editor • August 20, 2023

It’s hard to believe that I’ve been the news editor for a year already. Time has flown by. I am incredibly grateful for the opportunities...

Senior Farewell: Ariella Kandkhorov
Senior Farewell: Ariella Kandkhorov
Ariella Kandkhorov, Head Copy Editor • August 20, 2023

Dear Hart, I can’t decide if I was a stubborn freshman that couldn’t accept high school would fly by, or if it did despite my acceptance....

Senior Farewell: Lincoln Jones Hartman
Senior Farewell: Lincoln Jones Hartman
Lincoln Jones Hartman, Centerspread Editor • August 20, 2023

In my four years at Hart High School, I have complained about my four years at Hart High School just about as much as a person can complain....

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