The Voice

HHS hosts annual Homecoming dance

Students enter the Parisian style Homecoming dance

Natalie Trzeciak

October 6, 2016

he hallway was dressed up in delicate gold and yellow decorations that replicated famous monuments. The loud thumping of the bass was evident as a sea of people rushed to turn in their tickets and make their way into the gym for one of the most popular events of the school year. On Saturday, Oct....

Political Blog: Iowa Caucus draws near

With the Iowa Caucus coming soon, presidential candidates fight for every last vote (Courtesy of

Devin Martin

January 24, 2016

t's the time every four years when each and every presidential candidate's campaign is on the line. But for what? The answer is the infamous Iowa Caucus. But what is the Iowa Caucus and why is it important? As cheesy as it may sound, Iowa is the first state in the country to say who they want the De...

Political Blog: Will America continue to be a progressive nation?

President Barack Obama shakes hands with voters in a local area (Courtesy of

Devin Martin

November 5, 2015

t all started in 2008 when Barack Obama was elected the 44th President of the United States. There was change in the air as Obama became the first African-American to be elected into presidential office. The American people held onto hope as he was running for president, and now as Obama is ending hi...

Political Blog: Hillary Clinton Leads General Election, But For How Much Longer?

Hillary Clinton plans to fight for all in her Campaign as she now leads the General Election over Bernie Sanders (Courtesy of

Devin Martin

September 30, 2015

However, Clinton is battling against many barriers that could destroy her chance to be the Party’s nominee, leading many American voters to question whether she is reliable and trustworthy enough to be the next President of the United States. But one barrier in particular is another who seeks...