HHS Broadside

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,...

The Wrath of Irene

by Carl Tischbein As I drove up Route 14 through Hartford, the urban areas of White River Junction slowly faded away into a depressing sight. As the road wrapped around the frequent bends in...

Running Home to the Circus

By Sonya Gurwitt It was raining as my brother Sam and I got out of the car in front of the old barn in Greensboro, VT. We carried our suitcases down the hill to...

Unicef Meets Leader

By Emma Burnham Every day, 22,000 children around the world die of preventable causes, said Kul Gautam, former deputy executive director of Unicef (the United Nations Children’s Fund), who was in town on September...

Boys Nation

By James Wolfe James Harvard, a Council member at Hanover High, attended the American Legion Boys Nation program in Washington, D.C. this summer. We interviewed him about his experiences. Boys State, a state government...

Journalism and Free Spirit

By Rachel Margolis On July 9, 51 high school students gathered at the Newseum, the acclaimed media museum in Washington, D.C., to officially begin the Al Neuharth Free Spirit and Journalism Conference. “This is...