Student uses Uber to get to school

MATTEO CAMPAGNOLA

October 1, 2019

Senior Ethan Graef opened the car door of the Uber that just pulled up to his house. It was raining, and he rushed to enter the vehicle. He could smell the fresh stench of the seats and the pungent odor of the man driving the 2008 Toyota Corolla. “I decided to take Uber because it was raining that day, and I didn’t want t...

Lights, camera, WOOF

HAILEY ROSS

October 1, 2019

Sophomore Alexis Smith holds her breath anxiously as she awaits the results of Archie’s performance. Did he have his four-legged walk perfected enough to clutch the first place title? Could he really walk the walk or just talk the talk? Archie, the German Shepherd mix was one of the five winners at the Washington County Fair Y...

The Dino Gang

The Dino Gang

October 1, 2019

Sitting in the bleachers, the entire student body sees Spanish teacher Leo Hernandez finish his dip and sip to Blanc...

The Ryleigh Factor

TAKAYLN FOWLER

October 1, 2019

Ryleigh Mullican is a member of the Silver Stars, on the debate team, and now the STUCO President. Mullican, a senior, was offered the position before the year started. Though this was not the position that she originally applied for, it is what she got. She applied to be vice-president and received that position in the beginning....

The Wade Factor

Jackson Williams, Reporter

May 1, 2019

The air is hot, Wade Wilson circles up to pray at Super Summer Arkansas 2017 to pray. He leaves the group with a newfound destiny; God has called on him to be a pastor. Robert Wade Wilson was born in Little Rock, Arkansas on March 7th 2001 to Robert and Misty Wilson. His family comes from a long line of physicians, leading...

Teacher of the year

Halle Roberts, Editor

May 1, 2019

Each year, a google form sheet is sent around the school asking for the teacher that deserves to claim the title of “Teacher of the Year". Students and faculty members alike, fill the form out suggesting the teacher that they believe has shown leadership in the classroom. This year, that teacher is the journalism teacher, Karl...

Sour Patch Kids advance to Nationals

Anareli Villanazul, Reporter

May 1, 2019

More than 4,500 students from more than 1,200 schools from across the country, U.S. territories, and select guest countries will come together for a week of rigorous competition to determine who will become national champions. The school’s team, self-proclaimed as the Sour Patch Kids, will be one of the hardworking teams th...

Potential aviation courses come to Har-Ber

Lauren Burgin, Reporter

May 1, 2019

In the upcoming years, new aviation courses could be implemented at Har-Ber. In a recent survey, 101 out of 387 students expressed a high amount of interest in taking a first-year aviation course. “A lot of people don’t realize just how many different businesses and corporations we have here that involve aviation,” Har...

Erwin leaves a lasting legacy

Katherine Carson, Online Editor

May 1, 2019

After 42 years of teaching, head choir director Randy Erwin steps down into retirement. Erwin began his career in Little Rock before moving to Springdale High School where he taught for twenty-three; however, when Har-ber opened he moved across town were has been staffed since. “I enjoyed my time at Springdale High, it...

Head over heels

Gory George, Reporter

May 1, 2019

Diana Castro is a senior who owns about 40 pairs of high heels has been collecting since he was 17 years old. She has been obsessed with shoes and was inspired by the Kardashians. The Kardashians are a family with seven women who has their own business they run with. Seeing their room and their closet full of different th...

Animals on the loose

Shailyn Conner, Reporter

May 1, 2019

On April 1st Har-Ber students and faculty got the best of both worlds, a school and a zoo in one. Monday morning, four chickens, two pigs, and a pair of turkeys appeared in the courtyard, some of which chased anyone who got near them. Students were asked to remain inside when changing classes in order to not cause any harm ...

The Luttrell factor

Kearstin Crumby, Reporter

March 28, 2019

After awarded the Broadcast On-Air Talent of the Year, junior Nick Luttrell realized what career he wanted to pursue. “I guess I first sort of realized was freshman year in my TV News class. But more so was last year at one our TV News competitions (ASPA), I was awarded "Broadcast On-Air Talent of the Year". As only a ...

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