Borderlands 3 Review

November 14, 2019

The day was April 3, I was sat in sixth period German 1 as a livestream for Gearbox Software started. The screen flashed with a picture of the Iconic Psycho mask, I knew exactly what was coming.  A few minutes later and the tagline was shown: “Mayhem is coming”. Fast forward to present day, and Mayhem did come, in a b...

Roberts directs one-act play

November 11, 2019

Emily Roberts has spent the better half of her senior year preparing for her first fully  directed play to hit the stage. With the help of her fellow thespians, the job has come quite naturally to her. “It’s just a simple show so that it’s easy to take places,” Roberts said. The play chosen by Roberts was “Censor...

Choir takes advantage of quality acoustics

November 11, 2019

Sophomore, strata members, Macey Wyler sings with motivation to do her best, as the acoustics of the strata choir echo throughout the halls of the school. New choir director Clint Pianalto  continues to carry on the tradition of conducting the Har-Ber choir in the rotunda. This has been a ritual for years and as a returning choi...

Yearbook wins All American rating

November 11, 2019

Maddy Stout looks down at her phone to see a text from yearbook adviser Karla Sprague and feels a sense of relief. The yearbook has reached the highest title for the 2018-19 volume. The yearbook earned an All American rating along with four Marks of Distinction. Stout was the yearbook editor last year with Micheal Turcios ...

There’s nothing better than the original

BAILEY HOPKINS

October 1, 2019

Gone are the days of the flimsy stool being thrown at the wall in the small Hellstern choir room. The days of drop kicking the baby doll for breathing between phrases are a distant memory. Now the greased handlebar mustache commands the room of E103 continuing to pursue excellence through music education. Clint Pianalto is r...

New band performance brings excitement

New band performance brings excitement

October 1, 2019

If a student were asked what the most fun parts of a football game would be, a lot of the responses wou...

ECSTACY IN EXODUS

ECSTACY IN EXODUS

May 25, 2019

For the first time in my life I seriously began to consider pitying the city and her loyalties. The jun...

Band students prep for All State

Matteo Campagnola, Reporter

January 22, 2019

Senior William Gay stepped foot into the All State tryout room, prepared to play his French horn audition music that he has been practicing for months. Over 40 Har-Ber Band students will travel to Conway to try out for All State band on Feb. 2. Gay, a french horn player for six years, plans to try out again after qualifying ...

Would you rather?

Would you rather?

January 22, 2019

On Jan. 8, 2019, millions of Americans tuned in to watch the Address to the Nation from the Oval Off...

Artists select concentration, theme for College Board

Matteo Campagnola, Reporter

January 22, 2019

AP Studio students throughout the school are working throughout the year to finish their concentrations. A concentration is a series of art pieces that relate to one central topic or theme that students in AP Studio are working on. These concentrations are due at the end of the year with their portfolio, which they submit to...

Choir hosts traditional night of holiday tunes

Bailey Hopkins, Reporter

December 21, 2018

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. The holiday spirit flows through every household as people prepare for festivities. While everyone is in preparation for the holiday season, the choirs are hard at work as well because as choir director Randy Erwin likes to say “everyone wants a choir at Christmas.” Every year...

A BRIEF INQUIRY INTO ONLINE RELATIONSHIPS

Jack Williams, Reporter

December 21, 2018

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