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Tea Time: The Removal of Guns in England

Tea Time: The Removal of Guns in England

Ayman Mirkhan

May 21, 2019

Though England sounds like a posh country with sophistication to some, the truth is that they have their own share of problems. In England, guns may be outlawed, but that does not change the fact that almost everyone has a bloody knife. According to British newspaper organization Independent, the Fir...

Tea Time Blog: Accent vs. Dialect

Tea Time Blog: Accent vs. Dialect

Ayman Mirkhan

March 18, 2019

English Accents. Oh, how fun they are to imitate. Discussing when “tea time is” and how much British people “love crumpets and are snobby” always enlightens the room with laughter (insert sarcasm). However, people nowadays cannot fathom the true diversity that is within an English accent. I, ...

Q/A with Freshman Caitlin Goodman

Q/A with Freshman Caitlin Goodman

Danielle Rhody

November 9, 2018

Every month, I ask a HHS student or faculty 10 random questions to get to know them better. This month, I asked Freshman Caitlin Goodman. Q: What is your favorite thanksgiving tradition? A: “We really don’t have any. Other than my whole family gets together. We always stay home, and play games with each ...

“The Crown” takes on historical drama

“The Crown” takes on historical drama

Riy Walker

January 24, 2018

The new Netflix series has recently shocked viewers with its "political rivalries and portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign and the events that shaped the second half of the 20th century.” Throughout the first episodes, it shows a young princess Elizabeth marrying a Prince Philip as they s...

The traveler

The traveler

Camille Paddock

December 12, 2014

n a rainy day in Edinburgh, Scotland a plane filled with excited students finally touched down. Although the day was gloomy, sophomore Caitlin Murray hadn't noticed. “When I got off the plane, I was overwhelmed.” she said. Murray was given the opportunity to travel to England, Ireland, and Wa...

The 50th anniversary of “Doctor Who” awed people of all ages

The 50th anniversary of “Doctor Who” awed people of all ages

Megan Wilson

November 23, 2013

Ever since I was a little girl, I would come downstairs and look over at the television and have no idea what my father was watching. I shrugged it off as one of those silly science fiction shows he watched and I carried on playing with my American Girl doll like any other privileged child of around 9 ...

A taste of the American melting pot

A taste of the American melting pot

Franca Onyibor

March 2, 2012

It was Nov. 1. She sat between the window and her mother, dazed; everything had moved so quickly. Outside, she could hear a group of rowdy teenage boys and a screaming 1 year old, presumably on his first flight. But inside her, it still felt as though she were on a vacation. For Emily Stone, the prospec...

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