HBHS Unofficial

Anna Moore, Reporter

September 25, 2011

Recent tweets directed towards students and some faculty members have gotten most @HBHS_Unofficial followers rolling around dying with laughter. With the talk of pregnant teenagers or other scandals these posts have students, who have twitter accounts, wanting more. This even includes me. Some of the things posted by @HBHS_Unofficial...

Bible class should be offered

Becca Fletcher, Reporter

September 19, 2011

Although many people would say studying the Bible in school will violate seperation  of church and state, I believe the course will benefit students when taught as a history or literature course. School board member Jim Bradford is proposing a Bible course to be added to the cirriculum in Springdale Public Schools. People...

Teen mothers should shoulder burden of bad choices

Anna Moore, Reporter

September 16, 2011

When you see a pregnant girl walking down the hallway, you might think, “Aw, poor girl. She is going to have to raise a baby in high school.” Not me. I bet you would also think that her life is going to be so much harder now that she has to take care of a baby when she’s just a child herself. I don’t. The topic of...

Missouri’s Amy Hestir Student Protection Act goes too far

Sara Lachance, Reporter

September 14, 2011

Within the past decade, social media networks and websites have grown rapidly and continue to expand each day. It started with adolescents connecting with friends, getting the down low on who's dating whom, and sharing your life with the world. But now, parents, teachers, and even the elderly are using these seemingly innocent...

HBHS needs to offer child care for students, teachers

Stefani O'Barr, Reporter

September 14, 2011

According to familyplanning.com, over 1,000 teens in 2008 became pregnant and the number increases each year. Coming to school and finishing school would be so much easier on the teen and the parents if Har-Ber had a preschool or child care facility. The preschool would help them get caught back up in school. Normally...

Madden 12 goes hard

Tyler Hohenstein, Sports Editor

September 6, 2011

It's Sunday morning, the first games don't come on till noon, and your favorite team doesn't play until three.  Madden 12 debuted on August 30 and has been raved about by critics since. Only having played the game in two separate sessions, it's evident the user is more manage-capable in franchise mode and online gameplay...

Students distracted by influx of technology

Alexiss Scott, Reporter

August 26, 2011

The advancement of technology has not stopped when it comes to school. From the simplicities of the calculator, to mobile labs and other computers, technology is all around our school. Technology has a heavy impact on students' work habits. Cell phones take students' attention away from listening to their teacher. Rather...

‘It Gets Better’ helps teens

Elizabeth Hankins, Entertainment Editor

June 1, 2011

A new organization is promoting homosexual awareness, It Gets Better. This website is a safe haven for those who explain and support the decision to "come out of the closet". It targets high school students and tells them that although times may be hard now, it does get better. But why can't it be alright now? High school...

Dalton Galloway Senior Farewell Column

Dalton Galloway, Copy Editor

May 13, 2011

Dear Springdale School District and the community of Springdale, It's time to put our money where our mouth is.  It's time to giver our students here at Har-Ber the athletics facilities that they deserve. The Springdale School District has said that they want both Springdale and Har-Ber to be on par with other high schools...

Harry and Me till the end

Harry and Me till the end

May 12, 2011

For as long as I can remember Harry Potter has always been a part of my life. I spent my entire childhood...

Hanging out with Hannah

Hannah Blakely, Features Editor

May 12, 2011

Going into high school, I was scared.  I had seen so many movies about how bad high school is and I had heard so many people say how terrible their high school experience was.  This all primed me to expect the worst of the worst, and I was slightly surprised at what I got. High school did have its unpleasant qualities,...

How high school changed me

Ben Burns, Opinions Editor

May 12, 2011

As I look back on my high school years, I see a total transformation. I see myself going through so many major and minor changes that have come to define my whole existence. Entering the 9th grade I was a shy, self-concious, socially awkward kid. I didn’t know who I wanted to be or what I wanted to with my life. I remember...

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