Seeing snow is like a ‘dream’

Gory George, Reporter

December 21, 2018

Filed under Features

Snow made its first appearance of the season in early November. Students jittered with excitement and anticipation as a light flutter fell. “When you walk outside the cold air hits you and the feeling of the snow and seeing it, let’s us know that the holiday season has just finally begun and I'm excited,” said Bon...

Bowman battles the elements in Toughest Mudder competition

John Toney and Graham Smith

December 21, 2018

Filed under Features, Top Stories

Atrocious mud, new obstacles, and intense body conditions, is what best describes the Toughest Mudder event. The race is one of the most extreme 24-hour obstacle course challenges on the planet. Britton Bowman, a senior, went to Atlanta Georgia to compete Nov. 10-11. “There’s things I did and did not do,” Bowm...

A cat’s story

Matteo Campagnola, Reporter

December 20, 2018

Filed under Features

  This past summer, as my family and I walked into my grandfather’s house in Rome, a bright orange cat cautiously stepped down the stairs and greeted us. This was Larry. My grandfather got Larry about a year ago, but earlier this summer my grandfather unfortunately passed away. Now that no one is at the house, no one ...

Bland new world

Matteo Campagnola, Reporter

November 1, 2018

Filed under Features

Junior Matteo Brindani walked out of the airport this Summer, seeing the US only for the second time in his life. “The US is a very huge place where people can live their dreams,” Brindani said. He is one of more than 691,000 students from around the world who travel to the United States each year with the opportuni...

New program focuses on developing life, work skills

Gory George, Reporter

October 30, 2018

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Har-Ber High School is 1 of 15 schools which have been selected for a new opportunity for students to be more prepared for the future. The new school-based work program will teach independent living skills, as well as provide some paid work experiences for them. The onsite work-based learning program focuses on work experie...

The William factor

The William factor

October 29, 2018

Student spends free time pursuing music and sharing his natural born talent with the world

Students enroll in AP courses for college credit

Matteo Campagnola, Reporter

October 11, 2018

Filed under Features

Junior Sam Lonneman walks into Travis Fink’s 8th hour AP Calculus class, Lonneman’s 5th AP class of the day. Over 4 million high school students in the United States take an AP class every year, spread out across 38 courses. At Har-Ber hundreds of students are enrolled across over 20 AP classes offered. Some students...

Singing lights out

Bailey Hopkins, Reporter

October 5, 2018

Filed under Features, Uncategorized

Every Monday afternoon, around 7:00 pm, sounds of melody and harmony can be heard slipping through the cracked door of room E101. This is when the choral elite and Har-ber’s finest singers gather weekly to rehearse for future performances, and congregate in a shared camaraderie based on a love of vocal music and excellence w...

The Alejandro Factor

The Alejandro Factor

March 5, 2018

A young 5th grade boy, sweaty and tired, was pulled aside by his coaches to be told how he had  the pot...

Boys Basketball Team Participates in Diversity Parade

Heidi Phanvongkham, Reporter

February 9, 2018

Filed under Features

Martin Luther King Jr. Day impacted not only the Springdale community, but  Fayetteville as well. Downtown Springdale recently hosted the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Parade & Unity Celebration on January 15th. Springdale celebrated his legacy by walking from Parsons Stadium (Rodeo of the Ozarks) to Emma Avenue and Luth...

The Frazier Factor

The Frazier Factor

February 5, 2018

Josh Frazier, who is a former Har-Ber high student, now plays as a defensive lineman for the Alabama Crimson...

Student finds love, acceptance in his community

Riley Neil, Features Editor

May 10, 2017

Filed under Features

Born biologically as a girl, junior Seth Wirtz was always considered a “tomboy” as a kid. He played with dinosaurs in the dirt, and never played with the Barbies that his sister did. Always wearing masculine clothes and keeping his hair short as he got older, he realized something was not right. Once puberty hit in sixth ...

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