Month: January 2013

Artist Inspires Students

  In second grade, Ling Chang’s mother came into Mrs. Lucille Pearce’s class and showed all of the students how to make Chinese characters, sharing with them the traditions of the Chinese New Year. With Ling’s visit to Mrs. Pearce’s special…

It’s Our Right To Know!

In the United States today, nearly 85% of corn, 91% of soybean, 88% of cotton, and 70% of processed foods contain GMOs. GMOs (genetically modified organisms) are genetically altered organisms that can cause numerous negative effects on the lives of…

Secret Garden Amazes Audience

Photos by Maria Schwarz “Convincing” is one of the first words coming to mind upon seeing the HHS Drama Club’s production of The Secret Garden. I was especially impressed with the casting of the show; each actor seemed well suited…

Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time

Robin Hood better watch out because another master thief is ready to steal the stage— literally!  Sly Cooper, who first appeared in the 2002 Sucker Punch game Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus, is finally back in his long awaited…