HHS Broadside

Crisis in Egypt: An Editorial

By Nick BernoldThroughout its short history, the United States has been distinguished from other nations by one characteristic more than any other: confidence.  It is common for countries or institutions of great power to...

Council Update

By Jennie Frishtick and Carl Tischbein  Council has been extremely busy lately, working on some motions which could have powerful effects throughout the school. Below are some brief summaries of what we’ve been doing....

German Culture and Cuisine: A Field Trip

By Carl Tischbein German Students. Photo: Uwe Goodall-Heising. On a cold, dark day before Christmas break, eighteen HHS German students and I took a field trip to a southern destination. After a couple of...

A Walk in the Woods: A Second Opinion

By Paul Hurford A Walk in the Woods. Photo: WordPress.com A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson, is about Bryson’ s and his friend Katz’ s adventures as they hike the Appalachian Trail....

A Walk in the Woods: A Book Review

By Annelie Weber In A Walk in the Woods: Rediscovering America on the Appalachian Trail, Bill Bryson wrote about his adventures on the trail together with his old friend Katz. I .would recommend this...

As You Like It: A Play Review

By Sarah Ramírez Rosalind (Hannah Sobel) and Celia (Clio Doyle) of As You Like It. Photo: Gen Bristol. Let’s be realistic here: Mr. William Shakespeare was a very complex playwright. Countless researchers, literary analysts,...