Daniel Rodriguez

Gabriella Maestri, News Editor

October 20, 2015

Filed under Features

Leaving school at 11:50 a.m. is a daily normality for senior Daniel Rodriguez. Rodriguez attends the Hair Academy where he learns how to cut hair, perfect nails and perms, and master the how-to’s on every other skill essential to cosmetology. This is his first year at the Hair Academy, and while Rodriguez enjoys the hands-on e...

30 Day Art Challenge

Holland Primm, Editor

October 9, 2015

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Senior Kale Smith sits himself down, a blank page before him. Ideas race through his head as he attempts to decide what is inspiring him that day. All at once, his pencil hits the paper and he begins to transfer his thoughts into something tangible: art. The 30 Day Art Challenge is making its debut, an intensive task in which s...

Young Life

Gabriella Maestri, News Editor

October 9, 2015

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Filled to the brim with buzzing students, the rotunda was occupied on the first Tuesday club meeting by Young Life members playing one another in a game of “Dragon Farkle.” Excited hoops and hollers could be heard from around the school, leaving others to wonder exactly what the club Young Life is.   “Young Life is...

Suicide Awareness Month

Kacie Young, Review Editor

October 9, 2015

Filed under Features, Uncategorized

In 2013, 41,449 people in the United States died by suicide, according to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, or the AFSP. That means that someone took their own life every 12 minutes. Suicide prevention is becoming more and more necessary as the number of suicidal deaths rises. Not many people know that September is Suici...

Homecoming

Gabriella Maestri, News

October 7, 2015

Filed under Features

 The glittering diamond crown being broken into a number of pieces by Lindsay Lohan and tossed into a mass of popularity hungry girls. Come on Eileen by Dexys Midnight runners blaring in the gym as the school “misfits” dance and laugh in slow motion as if the moment they’re living in is infinite. Chuck bass voting for...

Profile: Reid Rogers

Jordan Setser, Opinon

September 22, 2015

Filed under Features

Along with the precision that the farrier contains, he has to be able to suspect danger quickly. The same strong legs that plow through clouds of dust and deep grasses can easily do the same thing to a human head or chest. “Once I tried to get a horse in the corral and it decided to kick me in the chest when I started wa...

Spring Break mission trips

Rachel Baker

April 22, 2015

Filed under Features

The long-awaited Spring Break looked different for every student at Har-Ber. As the week came to an end, students used social media to share their experiences. In particular, Instagram exploded with posts of students on mission trips. What would prompt a student to devote their entire week to working, one might ask? “Mission...

The Choirs are coming!

Rhiannon Fields

March 10, 2015

Filed under A&E, Features

This year, Har-Ber high school is playing host to over 100 schools and their choirs for this year’s Choral Performance Assessment, or CPA. This assessment is traded back and forth between Bentonville and Har-Ber high schools every other year, and this year it’s the Har-Ber’s turn. “We get all of the information near...

Spirit Week

Sarah Toney

February 24, 2015

Filed under Features

Beloved spirit week has struck again. The time that comes twice a year where it is socially acceptable to dress up and act like a completely different individual. Each day a new theme is brought forth, and this week has featured some pretty interesting ones ranging from Lumber Jack to Hunter vs. Hunted. Although it is meant...

The Village of Dogpatch

Kerrigan Reading, Features Editor

February 6, 2015

Filed under Features

  Before Silver Dollar City, there was Dogpatch USA, the beloved theme park that was created based off a comic strip by Al Capp featuring characters Li’l Abner and Daisy Mae, as well as others. The park will soon shed its hillbilly roots in favor of a more natural approach to a theme park. The park was recently...

The Wildcat Band takes All Region

Rachel Baker

February 6, 2015

Filed under A&E, Features

The All Region Band Clinic that took place Jan. 17-18 comprised of the best band members throughout the area. The clinic was held at Har-Ber, where the average band student was separated from the top musician who will take on competition at the state level. With 246 students making up the Wildcat Band, many Har-Ber band students...

Students deal with young children, ‘babysitter brain’ for a price

Jordan Setser, Reporter

February 5, 2015

Filed under Features

The noise was deafening, the smell was strong, and the questions ran out of mouths as fast as spooked bats fly out of caves. If you’re thinking that this is the sight of a fire or a school lunchroom, try again. This is simply looking through the eyes of almost every babysitter. Receiving $10-15 an hour, babysitters work...

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