TV Productions win six awards at VidCon

Sara Lachance, Features Editor

November 14, 2011

After waiting in anticipation for the VidCon awards ceremony, the time has finally arrived.  Senior Jordan Mcdowell waits for the speaker to announce the winner of the editing competition.  The speaker rolls through third and second place winners and Mcdowell's hopes rise in hope of taking first.  At last, the winner is announced. ...

Chemistry teachers fire up students for Halloween

Ethan WIlson, Reporter

November 3, 2011

On Friday, Chemistry students walked into their classrooms thinking it was going to just be the average day in chemistry, oblivious to what the lesson would be. “When we first got there, they said our teacher was busy and that she wasn’t going to be able to take roll that day,” said senior Jaime Garcia. Students...

Recent protest connects to students’ class

Stefani O'Barr, Reporter

November 3, 2011

Juniors in Mrs. Jessica Shelton’s English class have been learning about civil disobedience and successful protests. Recent protesters have marched upon Wall Street Sept. 17. The planning stages began July 2011, and thus the name “Occupy Wall Street” was coined. The protest started when the government decided...

Choir hosts third annual “Har-Ber’s Got Talent”

Choir hosts third annual “Har-Ber’s Got Talent”

November 2, 2011

The third annual Har-Ber’s Got Talent was held Oct. 20 in the school’s Performing Arts Center. Senior...

Students construct robot in new club

Ethan Wilson, Reporter

November 2, 2011

Among the many electives, AP classes, extracurricular activities, sports, and clubs that the school offers, a newcomer joins the roster: robotics. The robotics club is through EAST, and the main goal for the team is to create a machine that is capable of completing a set task, or a robot. “We have to build a robot to...

Former grad wins UCA homecoming queen

Former grad wins UCA homecoming queen

November 2, 2011

"While walking on the field so many things were going through my mind," said 2008 Har-Ber graduate Morgan...

Student creates masterpiece in courtyard

Student creates masterpiece in courtyard

November 1, 2011

Most people have seen art in the form of a painting, sculpture, or drawing.  But junior Joe Burns took...

Debate closes out at JBU

Alexiss Scott, News Editor

October 20, 2011

The debate team competed Oct. 15 at John Brown University against five other teams. These aren’t just five other teams though.  Not only were these teams some of the best in the circuit, but they were college teams as well.  The debate team faced teams from The University of Arkansas, Arkansas Tech, and The University of...

Band washes cars to raise money for Midwest trip

Kelsey Scroggins

October 19, 2011

On September 24th the band held their annual car wash at the K-Mart parking lot.  Band members volunteered their Saturday to wash cars.  Lots of money was raised to support a good cause.  The money will help band members pay for Midwest. “We did more than our fair share,” said Band Director Jeremy Ford.  There are always...

STUCO holds annual blood drive

Ethan Wilson, Reporter

October 19, 2011

It's that time of year again!  Students have signed up to go to the auxiliary gym and participate in donating their blood to be used to help save up to three lives per donation.  Twice a year the school and the Community Blood Center of the Ozarks team up to provide students (over 17 or with parental consent) the chance...

Snakes slither their way into school

Sara Lachance, Features Editor

October 19, 2011

They slither, they crawl, they bite, and now, they're in the school! On Oct. 6, a snake was found in the back doorway of agriculture teacher Patti Priest's classroom. The snake was fairly small and grey, but it sure spooked junior Megan Trammel when she almost stepped on it. "I ran away I was so scared," said Trammel....

Fashion club increases membership

Alexiss Scott, News Editor

October 19, 2011

The activity bell rings and students rush down the halls eagerly to get to their club meetings.  Many clubs have been added to the already long list of options, and now a Fashion Club makes the chart. The Fashion  Club was founded by 2011 senior Ramone Lewis. The club was started in the second semester of April 2011. ...

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