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Club Spotlight: Amnesty Club

Club Spotlight: Amnesty Club

By Jordan Kleeger, Staff Writer December 6, 2023

Amnesty International is a non-governmental worldwide organization that focuses on campaigning for human rights while protecting individuals where freedom and justice are denied. Amnesty's mission is to...

Sara Kratzok is eager to begin this new journey with students, excited to mentor students through the college process. She loves seeing firsthand the relief and enthusiasm students have after they are aligned with the college meant for them.

New Faculty Spotlight: Mrs. Kratzok

By Evelynn Beaton, Staff Writer December 6, 2023

“It's a really fulfilling and satisfying process to help students meet their potential and take steps closer to realizing their dreams,” said Sara Kratzok, the newest member of Hackley’s college...

Junior Ava Maughan enjoys spending her free time watching Lupin. Many Lupin fans like Ava love being immersed in French culture. Even though I do not take French anymore, I love watching Lupin to feel involved with the language, she said.

Arsène Lupin: Taking the World and Soon Hackley by Storm

By Olivia Houck, Events Editor December 6, 2023

Millions from all over the world have begun to watch the television series Lupin: a retelling of the classic French story about Arsène Lupin, a master of disguise, and gentleman's thief. The three-part...

The Vinyl Revival

The Vinyl Revival

By Samantha Reyes, Opinion Editor December 1, 2023

These are some of the speakers that spoke at the round table. Everyone had a great time listening and learning about Hispanic Heritage month.

The Hispanic Heritage Roundtable

By Bella Edwards, Feature Editor of Arts November 29, 2023

¡Feliz mes de la Herencia Hispana! The first roundtable for Hispanic Heritage Month took place on October 11th and celebrated what it means to be a Latine. With plenty of delicious food like empanadas...

In the middle of Kyiv, Mr. Klimenko examines a captured Russian tank from the beginning of the conflict.

A Russian victory in Ukraine would destroy democracy

By Charlie Perlman, Features Editor November 28, 2023

If you look closely enough, you can see it. The prevalence of the Russia-Ukraine war is all around us. It is evident in our classrooms, our news, and our daily conversations. As I sat in my 20th Century...

Ashley Currie

IRP Update with Hackley’s Science Researchers

By Ashley Currie, Print Editor-in-Chief November 28, 2023

Hackley has a strong program geared towards science research, ranging from students examining Alzheimer’s Disease to trying to uncover a potential treatment for lymphoma to tracking disparities in the...

Senior Lulu Bednar, Junior Devyn OCallaghan, and Sophomore Fiona Pedraza celebrate their win. Field Hockey played Horace Mann at 2:30p.m. The girls won 2-1 in overtime.

Alumni Weekend and the Dave Allison Game

By Enya Walsh, Events Editor November 28, 2023

Every year Girls Varsity Soccer kicks off Alumni Weekend with the Dave Allison game, honoring a former teacher and coach who passed away due to breast cancer. The game is played under the lights on Pickert...

Brookhouses Karen campuss middle school that resembles a fairytale castle. Its pristine architecture fuels a great learning space for students. It also shocked delegates from around the world that a school so beautiful could exist, yet coming from Hackley we were used to such nice buildings.

Hackley students and faculty members take on the RSIC ‘23 in Nairobi, Kenya

By Fernanda Paz, Feature Editor of Community & Service November 28, 2023

Perhaps you noticed an absence of five students and three faculty members from the Hilltop. Were they sick? Were they cutting class? No, we were off exploring Rwanda and Kenya. For five days, we connected...

The rounds tables and couches on one side of the library are occupied by middle schoolers during different times of the day. They are often found reading, doing homework, and chatting with friends. Unfortunately, they can create some noise in the library, distracting the upper schoolers.

Students Search for a Quiet Place to do Work

By Giulia Sorvillo, Design Editor of Print November 21, 2023

It's second period and a junior is trying to finish their English essay, but sitting next to them in the library is a group of freshmen talking about an upcoming football game. With the implementation...

Calliope the sophomore plays court tennis. She travels to various places to compete in tournements like, Newport. Court tennis has limited courts which leads to all the travel.

Unordinary Sports: Calliope Yanuzzi Shares her Opinions on her Sport Court Tennis

By Evelynn Beaton, Staff Writer November 21, 2023

Clash went the sound of the racket against the ball; sophomore Calliope Yanuzzi had just won another point. “Court Tennis” is a unique sport that involves attributes from tennis (it is called “real...

My twin, Giulia, and I pose for a photo on a family vacation in Italy of August 2011. We are super close and enjoy all kinds of family vacations together, especially beach ones.

Are You Guys Twins?: A Personal Essay About Growing Up As A Twin

By Alessia Sorvillo, Design Editor of Online November 21, 2023

“Are you guys twins?” That question has followed my identical twin and I our whole lives. It has followed us so much that it has become predictable. We can tell by the stare or the look on a person’s...

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