Fortnite disrupts classrooms

Kathryn Supple, Centerspread Editor

May 21, 2018

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Fortnite: the game students love and teachers hate. Although this game was previously only available online on PC, Playstation and Xbox, a mobile version has been released, resulting in students playing this game in class while th...

Getting to know Mr. Phelps

Janny Oh, Opinion Editor

May 21, 2018

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It is Mr. Phelp’s second year as a chemistry teacher here at Hart. He started teaching in 2004 at Joe Walker Middle School in Quartz Hill. While Mr.Phelps was teaching seventh and eigth grade science, he also started coaching...

A letter to my high school self: Mrs. Graves

Lizzy Snow, Copy Editor

May 21, 2018

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Dear seventeen-year-old (stressed out, about to graduate) Laura, Take a break from debating whether you should hang a Bob Marley poster or an Incubus poster (or both?) in your dorm room, and listen to me for a minute. Every...

The Flu spreads across the United States

Ahmed Ali, Opinion Editor

February 9, 2018

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The flu season has been stronger than anticipated as the current strain of influenza is more potent than that of previous years. In California, about 100 people have already passed away due to the symptoms this flu brings on, wi...

A letter to my high school self: Ms. Groscost

Delaney Gibbs, Chief of Staff

December 7, 2017

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Deary Tiffany, First, RELAX! You need to stop worrying so much: about college, about work, about the future, about boys, about what other people think...it all works out. Be kinder than you think you should be. So many people...

Getting to Know: Mr. Ahart

Grace Gooneratne, Copy Editor

December 7, 2017

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John Ahart has spent the last twenty plus years as one of Hart's most beloved science teachers. A combination of motivation and hard work led Mr. Ahart to his job at Hart High. He grew up in the farming community of Alcester,...

Saudi-led coalition leads to the isolation of Yemen

Janny Oh, Backpage Editor

December 7, 2017

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Saudi Arabia's blockade of entry points to Yemen has put the country into a famine that could starve millions, said top relief official of the United Nations. While Saudi Arabia promises that the measure is temporary, all humanitarian...

Innocent lives are at risk in Myanmar refugee crisis

Ahmed Ali, Opinion Editor

December 7, 2017

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In the secluded nation of Myanmar, also known as Burma, Rohingya Muslims have been targeted, persecuted, and forced away from their homes. The Rohingya people are just one minority group in this majority Buddhist nation, howev...

The Festival of Trees

The Festival of Trees

December 7, 2017

Students’ acts of charity

Kathryn Supple, Copy Editor

December 7, 2017

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As a part of Mrs. Bae's Honors Human Anatomy class, students can raise money for cancer research by hosting or creating an event, fundraiser or donating as an opportunity for extra credit. This project originated when a stude...

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