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Jackson Roberts: Medical Volunteer

Jackson Roberts: Medical Volunteer

Jaden Shemesh

February 21, 2019


Filed under Humans of HHS, Life

Fifty people are crammed into an air conditioner-less church. The heat is unbearable. A man incessantly touches his eye, trying to indicate that it’s numb. Despite the language barrier, a small medical team soon understands the man’s message and begins to treat him. Among nearly five other me...

De’Narjae Womack: The Welder

De’Narjae Womack: The Welder

Ceejay Liberatore

February 20, 2019


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De’Narjae Womack is a junior and welds at school. He was inspired in the eighth grade by his uncle who helps him while he is in the welding program. “He gives me the proper equipment I need and tips and advice, also we do little projects,” he said. To Womack, the program and teacher James Mart...

Erin Partlow: The Dressmaker

Erin Partlow: The Dressmaker

Kylie Smith

February 20, 2019


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After five days of hard work on what started as an entry to the Dali Museum, sophomore Erin Partlow finished a dress inspired by the Dali painting “Eggs on a plate without the plate.” Partlow then decided to enter the dress in the Scholastic Art Competition after art teacher Caitlin Clay reviewed and encour...

Vedu Ruia prepares to get his flying license

Vedu Ruia prepares to get his flying license

Jaden Shemesh

November 5, 2018


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While some students look forward to getting a driver’s license, junior Vedu Ruia is preparing to get a flying license. Since he was young, Ruia has always been fascinated by planes. “The first time [that] I flew on an airplane, I knew it was something that I wanted to do for the rest of my life,...

Bus delays leave students stranded

Bus delays leave students stranded

Marin Fehl

November 4, 2018


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The sun beating down on their backs. Backpacks weighing down heavily on their shoulders. They watch one leave. And then another. And then another. Until the last one pulls out of the parking lot. At first, they complained, but now, they aren’t talking as much as before. Now they’re just kicking dirt ar...

Hillsborough’s culinary students prepare the perfect fall meal

Hillsborough’s culinary students prepare the perfect fall meal

Josh Morrison

November 4, 2018


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Fall is well underway and December is right around the corner. The fall season is met with a lot of anticipation, from Homecoming to Halloween to Thanksgiving break. One of the recognizable parts of this season is the food. Pumpkin and cinnamon flavored everything, cranberry sauce, turkey, cornbread,...

Things to do on Halloween

Things to do on Halloween

Kylie Smith

October 31, 2018


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1)Watch movies with friends Whether you go out to the movies, or stay in and watch childhood favorites, this is always a good, safe alternative to going out. If you have Netflix, you could watch: “Coraline”,“The Sixth Sense” or “American Horror Story.” 2)Pumpkin carving contest Go to...

Last minute Halloween costumes

Last minute Halloween costumes

Kylie Smith and Mercy Tsay

October 31, 2018


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ERROR: Costume not found Don’t have a lot of time to come up with a costume before Halloween night? Take a white t-shirt and write “ERROR 404: Costume Not Found” and you’re done. No effort required.   Hippie For this costume all you need is a colorful shirt and jeans or a colorful/ flowe...

Students’ Favorite Halloween Candy

Students’ Favorite Halloween Candy

Alex Croft

October 24, 2018


Filed under Life

Let us know what your favorite candy is @HHSToday on Instagram or @HHSTodayOnline on Twitter.

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