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Read-a-thon celebrates Hispanic culture, community

Lynne Siprelle, Staff Writer

October 20, 2017No Comments

This past Thursday, the English Department held a Hispanic Heritage/HM Community Read-a-thon in Olshan Lobby. The read-a-thon focused on the theme “e pluribus unified,” which translates to “out of many, unified.”...

UPenn Service Learning Director visits school

UPenn Service Learning Director visits school

Sam Keimweiss, Staff Writer

October 20, 2017No Comments

Dr. Ira Harkavy, the Founding Director of the Netter Center for Community Partnerships at the University of Pennsylvania, came to school last Friday, October 13th to speak about reflecting on service learning. He spoke thre...

Independent Studies: Educational Reform & Learning Differences- Zoe Mavrides

Independent Studies: Educational Reform & Learning Differences- Zoe Mavrides

Sadie Schwartz

October 13, 2017No Comments

For her Independent Study Project, Zoe Mavrides (12) is researching education Policy Reform Surrounding Special Education. She presented to her class on Tuesday. Ever since Mavrides was diagnosed with a learning disability in ...

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Picture Everyone Naked: Students Tackle Stage Fright

Picture Everyone Naked: Students Tackle Stage Fright

Becca Siegel, Staff Writer

October 20, 2017No Comments

To performers, stage fright can act as a tremendous barrier. Sometimes actors will forget their lines, public speakers their presentations, or dancers their routines, so petrified by the expansiveness of the stage and ...

Alumni Write, Produce, and Star in Original Play

Alumni Write, Produce, and Star in Original Play

Caroline Goldenberg, Staff Writer

October 20, 2017No Comments

On October 12-14, and with upcoming performances on the 19-21, five alumni of the school: Elizabeth Power (’09), Zoe Maltby (’10), Grace Merriman (’10), Lucas Ingram (’09), and Sophie Costanzi (’09) showcase thei...

  • Spotlight: Liam Bodurtha (12) October 13, 2017
  • HMTC performs “Bang Bang You’re Dead,” opens conversation October 13, 2017
  • Members of Security Department play in NYPD Emerald Society Pipes and Drums Band October 6, 2017
  • Spotlight: Cindy Kaiser October 6, 2017

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CTRL, ALT, DLT Sexism from Robotics

Emily Yu

October 2, 2017No Comments

I had enjoyed building Lego structures, learning basic computer science principles from my best friend’s mother, and making programs on Scratch for fun, but I never thought I’d ever be good enough to do it outside of just messing around on rainy days, let alone in school.

Unite and Conquer: Women in STEM

Unite and Conquer: Women in STEM

Joanne Wang, Ella Feiner, and Stephanie Li

October 2, 2017No Comments

We’ve witnessed girls drop out of honors math and science classes after earning a mediocre grade on one quiz, while boys in the same class earn worse grades and remain unfazed. It’s important for girls to know that everyone struggles sometimes and that pushing through a challenge can actually be one of the most beneficial educational experiences.

Fake News Alert!

Fake News Alert!

September 29, 2017

AFreyd of getting reported

AFreyd of getting reported

September 29, 2017

The importance of striking a balance

September 29, 2017

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Horace Mann's Weekly Newspaper Since 1903
Horace Mann's Weekly Newspaper Since 1903