Verba Volant, Scripta Manent

The Hill News

Verba Volant, Scripta Manent

The Hill News

Verba Volant, Scripta Manent

The Hill News

Illustration by Angela Jin 24
The urge to liberalize China could prove costly for U.S.
By Jerry Li '22, Opinion Editor • September 20, 2021

As the tension between the United States and China always seems to grow, the world will be in danger if these two countries fail to address the...

Illustration by Aidan Ma ’23
Disadvantaged Colombians take the streets to protest corruption
By Andres Arevalo , Staff Writer • September 20, 2021

At the beginning of the spring of this year, outraged by the president’s new tax reform proposal, Colombians took over the streets with protests...

Illustration by Chloe Han ’22
It is time to acknowledge poverty and disparity in Philadelphia
By Jihwan Sung ’22, Staff Writer • September 20, 2021

The city of brotherly love: Philadelphia. Unfortunately, poverty has been embedded in Philly’s identity for a long time. According to the U.S....

Why I chose Hill
Why I chose Hill
By Avery Liggon , Staff Writer • May 23, 2021

I cannot believe that our time has already come to an end. It feels like just yesterday, I was stepping on campus for the first time as a scared...

This is a display of the Hill School Honor Pledge that is placed at the first floor of Ryan Library.
Honor Code is important to Hill culture
By Claire Wang '24, Staff Writer • September 20, 2021

The Honor Code system has been a long tradition at the Hill School, and its origin can be traced back to the school’s motto, “Whatsoever...

SAMH draws attention to students’ mental health in 2020
By Olivia Mofus ’22, Features Editor • May 23, 2021

As many of us know, this year has been a challenge for mental health, especially for young people. With...

Sixth formers reflect on a politically turbulent senior year
By Mofe Akinyanmi '21, Arts and Leisure Editor • May 23, 2021

Following a turbulent year, the end of the Class of 2021’s time at the Hill School quickly approaches.  The...

Economic systemic inequality explained by local NGOs
By Philippe Jin ’21, Local News Editor • May 20, 2021

Systemic inequality has been a deep infection in the U.S. economy for decades, stemming out of racial...

Satire: The Hill School rings in the return of the Chapel bells
By Melody Chen ’22 and Olivia Mofus ’22 May 20, 2021

As Edgar Allen Poe writes in his poem The Bells, “To the rolling of the bells— Of the bells, bells,...

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