HHS Broadside

World Polio Day Rectangle Banner

EndPolioNow

Children in the United States no longer contract polio. However, this is still not true for children in other countries around the world. They need our help. October 24, 2013 is World Polio Day. A...

September Council Update

The unofficial theme for this year in Council is social change, and our first month in session certainly reflected that goal. Three major motions, all to do with changes that would directly affect the...

Ms Chambers

Who’s That New Face In The Music Department?

You may have seen her dancing around in the chorus room or strolling through the halls: it’s Hanover’s new chorus/Footnotes/music theory teacher, Mrs. Jennifer Chambers! A high energy teacher with a deep-rooted love of...

Mr Eskilsion

Magister Novus

Mr. Eskilon has come to HHS this year to replace our former Latin teacher of many years, Mr. Buck. He was first introduced to Latin when he took a survey course in college on...

NRA

Gun Control: Round n

Wayne LaPierre is at it again. After the recent shooting at the Navy Yard, he cited inadequate security at the compound as the problem. This is similar to his call for armed guards in...

Elif Doganyigit (pronounced a-leaf・dahn-eat)

A New Face in Hanover

I was recently walking down the hall with a girl I had just met in my Journalism class. A pretty girl with impeccable fashion sense and butterfly tattoos, she struck me as an interesting...

stop-bully-logo

Bullying Awareness Month (October 2013)

Every year PACER hosts the National Bullying Prevention Month. This month brings awareness to what bullying does to people in a community. The months’s mantra is “The End of Bullying Begins with Me.” Everyone should take...

Moving on Up to New Hampshire

Moving can be intimidating and going to a new school can be scary. Everyone hopes to be welcomed and to be accepted. For sophomore Kelly Anderson the transition to HHS was easier because of...