Senior Top Academics

Chayse Hurley, Staff Writer

June 9, 2014

Joanna Ciatti-  Ciatti not only plays French horn in band, she also takes time out to volunteer in the HHS green team.  She also does both swim and track,... READ MORE »»

Caption: This list represents the top GPAs for the graduating class of 2014.

Top Senior Artists

Tori Williams, Feature Writer

June 9, 2014

Charles Smith,  Dance Starting as young as 13 years old, Smith”a.k.a Chuck” started training to be a creative dancer. He has the ability to... READ MORE »»

Caption: Mrs. Dukes' room displays the different art classes offered at Harrison, and the talented students who take them.

Crupi Class

New Budget Proposals

Jordan Aranowski, News Writer

June 6, 2014

On August 6, 2013 an election was held hoping to pass a bond which would increase the school budget by $222 million. This sounds like a lot, but it would... READ MORE »»

Caption: Mrs. Crupi teaches a class that would be considered small to the new plan implementing a student to teacher ratio of 28:1.

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Whovians Prepare for Dr. Who Season 8!

Abbey McCormick and Liz Ho, Feature Writers

May 21, 2014

What are Whovians? They are fans of the hit show on BBC America called “Doctor Who,” a science fiction show about an alien who has multiple... READ MORE »»

Sexism In Sports

Chayse Hurley, Opinion Writer

May 15, 2014

Almost everyone is familiar with the age old battle between females and males. There are obvious physical differences between the two genders, primarily... READ MORE »»

Caption: Mariam Charles, 11, reads the Farmington Observer's sports section, where male sports take precedence.

News

Summer School Registration is Here

Nia Williams, News Writer

Summer school is just around the corner, and it will be in session Monday through Friday from July 7-July 30. Enrollment is limited, so students are scheduled on a first-come/first-serve... read story

June 12, 2014 • 0 comments

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Sports

Michigan State Crushes Michigan in Rivalry Game

Nick Patrick, Sports Writer

The Michigan State Spartans toppled the Michigan Wolverines with a score of 35-11 on Saturday in East Lansing. Michigan State came into the game the favorite and walked out... read story

October 29, 2014 • 0 comments

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Opinion

Sexism In Sports

Sexism In Sports

Chayse Hurley, Opinion Writer

Almost everyone is familiar with the age old battle between females and males. There are obvious physical differences between the two genders, primarily evident in their muscle... read story

May 15, 2014 • 0 comments

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Feature

Most Socially Accepted At Harrison ’14

Most Socially Accepted At Harrison ’14

Sydni' Henderson, Staff Writer

To find out what separated our social lives as Harrison students from other high schools, a survey was conducted around HHS to see what’s socially accepted by the students... read story

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A&E

I Know Why the Caged Bird Had to Leave

I Know Why the Caged Bird Had to Leave

Chayse Hurley, Staff Writer

On May 29, 2014, the world had to let go of one of the most renowned women of our time when Dr. Maya Angelou died peacefully at her home in North Carolina. Angelou was born... read story

June 12, 2014 • 0 comments

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