Category: School News

Photo By Sophie Bartels

Helping Haiti, HHS-Style

By Chi Zhang Earthquakes shook Haiti in January 2010. To this day, the small country still struggles to recover from the damage. Thankfully, people everywhere are striving to make a difference to improve conditions...

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A Review of The Crucible

 By Anne Thompson The Crucible was not an enjoyable play to watch. It was beautifully poignant, artfully acted, and incredibly profound. But enjoyable? Never. It was one of the darkest, grimmest, most unpleasant plays...

Volleyball

Learn to Dig It

By Chi Zhang After a season of teamwork, determination, and prowess, the Varsity Girls Volleyball team is ready for the playoffs. This year’s V-squad consists of nine girls. They are led by coach Amy...

Council Update

By Gabe Brison-Trezise Council has met thrice since my last update. Here is what we have been working on: Common Ground Switch motion—referred to the Student Life Committee This motion, which would have students...

Carmen Bascunen

Meet Carmen Bascunen!

Interview by Hannah Sobel Name: Carmen Bascunen Department: Foreign Language Q: Where were you this time last year? A: I was teaching at Dartmouth. Q: Why did you choose HHS? A: I’ve been subbing...

Mrs. Kress

Ms. Kress, Back from Maternity Leave

By Paul Hurford Nancy Kress is returning from her most recent maternity leave of about two years. She was and still is a math teacher, and she is teaching Algebra 2 this year for the first semester,...

Ms. Gado

Ms. Gado Returns from England

By Eleanor Keats This year Hanover High wel- comed Ms. Gado back to the Eng- lish Department. She had spent the previous two years teach- ing at the Ibstock Place School in London. She...

Rowing

Rowing in the Fall

By Liz Haas When one thinks of fall sports, soccer, football, field hockey, and maybe even cross country and volleyball come to mind. However, for many Hanover High students, crew is a fall sport,...