Taylor Swift fans frustrated with Ticketmaster

Brooklyn Nelson, Reporter December 28, 2022

On November 15, 2022 Taylor Swift sold two million tickets for her “Eras” concert. She broke a record for most tickets sold in a day according to npr.org, but Ticketmaster just couldn’t handle the...

Unsung heroes of choir program work behind scenes of Candlelight Night Fundraiser

Unsung heroes of choir program work behind scenes of Candlelight Night Fundraiser

Alli Flynt, Editor-in-Chief December 13, 2022

Parents, friends, supporters, and choir alumni alike gather around dimly candlelit tables as a plethora of voices surround them. As the audience becomes entranced by the Camerata and Bel Canto choirs’...

Students showcase their talent in front of their peers

Termina Lang, Reporter December 9, 2022

On Dec 9, the Student Council hosted a talent show in the auditorium, giving students an opportunity to showcase their talent in front of any student who was willing to pay the $3 entry fee. Performers...

Vargas work in tv production wins Emmy

Vargas’ work in tv production wins Emmy

Greer McAllister, A&E Section Editor November 20, 2022

Senior Alexej Vargas, one of two high school students invited to the event, was awarded a Mid American Emmy. “I've known about the award for a while,” Vargas said. “It's like one of the biggest...

McAllister, student director, prepares actors for competition

November 20, 2022

After countless practices starting in early October, senior Greer McAllister and Troupe 7262 get to perform their production in the One Act Festival.  The One Act Festival is a competition between...

Barbershop quartet wakes up crowd

Barbershop quartet wakes up crowd

Alli Flynt, Editor-in-Chief November 17, 2022

With his legs shaking out of control and his eyes focused solely on the microphone in front of him, unable to acknowledge the crowd ahead, senior Dutch Leidlich takes a deep breath and sings the first...

Students debate which Spiderman actor fills role best

Emma Pierce, Managing Editor January 12, 2022

According to NBC, the $587 million movie swept away the hearts of many Marvel fans, including students at Har-Ber. "Spiderman: No Way Home" has sparked much conversation about which version of Peter Parker...

Tiktok trend increases Hoover’s following

Emma Roach, Reporter January 5, 2022

Colleen Hoover is a New York Times bestselling author. With more than 11 books, she is taking the Young Adult book world by storm. This particular storm has recently hit the teenage female audience. You...

Choir students transform cafeteria into winter wonderland, fill with music

Greer McAllister, A&E Section Editor January 5, 2022

Doused in the light of hundreds of candles, the cafeteria wa ready for a night of singing and holiday cheer. With Christmas trees and other holiday decorations, the choir prepared the cafeteria for their...

Students debate best haunted house

Students debate best haunted house

Audrey Marvin, News Section Editor October 29, 2021

According to the National Retail Federation, 18% of American consumers plan to spend time at a haunted house this Halloween season. Although there are no haunted houses in Springdale, houses in the surrounding...

Theater troupe prepares student-directed one act production

Audrey Marvin, News Section Editor October 29, 2021

Every year the members of Troupe 7262 put on a one act production: a short performance that the cast then takes to a thespian festival to compete against other troupes. This year's one act is “Conversation...

Junior Jack Bockelman and sophomore Brant Stacy travel to Disney World in Orlando with family and friends Oct. 18 during fall break.

Fall break gives faculty, student mental repreive

Emma Pierce, Managing Editor October 25, 2021

Fall break is a time where students like senior Sophie Shepherd gather with friends and family for a long weekend and take a break from school. Although fall break is just two days, students and staff...

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