The Hill News

2021-22 SGA Senatorial Candidate Statements
May 5, 2021

*Editor’s Note: On Monday, May 10, the annual Spring Student Government Form...

Hill students participate in Day of Silence
By Diemmy Dang ’24, Campus News Editor • May 4, 2021

On Thursday, April 29, students throughout the Hill community participated in...

Third formers settle in for a interesting year
By Gabe Moss '22, Staff Writer • April 28, 2021

This year has been far from normal with the pandemic going on. Starting...

2021-22 SGA Senatorial Candidate Statements
2021-22 SGA Senatorial Candidate Statements
May 5, 2021

*Editor’s Note: On Monday, May 10, the annual Spring Student Government Form Senate elections will commence for the incoming 4th, 5th, and...

Yoseph Kim ’22 and his teammates celebrate their gold medal win. Photo by Yoseph Kim
Yoseph Kim ’22 receives gold medal at 2020 international bioengineering competition
By Harry Zhu , Staff Writer • April 2, 2021

Being remote could not keep Yoseph Kim ’22 from exploring his academic interests. Last winter, he and his team KSA Korea participated in the...

Lunch with a side of American history: How century-old paintings have a home at Hill
By Anna Yao Carroll '23, Staff Writer • April 2, 2021

The Hill School is home to numerous pieces of history: one of the most notable being the collection of...

Screen time shifts as Hill students return to campus
By Ella Scott '22, Staff Writer • April 2, 2021

Coming out of a pandemic, with social contact being obsolete and discouraged for almost a year, it...

Hidden places: liminal spaces on Hill’s campus
By Carrie Shang ’23, Staff Writer • April 2, 2021

So, you think you know The Hill School campus. After all, you’ve walked around school for years,...

How do we return to campus after months of political unrest and record-breaking COVID-19 cases?
By Bella Basile ’21, Staff Writer • March 4, 2021

With great unrest in the world, there is no doubt that the last few months have made it more difficult...

“The Blues” gain recognition for plans to innovate transportation
By Andres Arevalo ’22, Staff Writer • March 4, 2021

Editor’s Note: The writer of this article is a member of “The Blues” team. Since 2018, the Pennsylvania...

Illustration by Aidan Ma
Sixth formers express mixed feelings about end-of-year send-off
By Izzy Feldman ’21, Staff Writer • April 6, 2021

Despite the challenges and uncertainty presented to the Hill community within the last year, the announcement Headmaster Zach Lehman made about...

Illustration by Tina Wang
The lack of affordable housing stems from single-family zoning
By Michael Soland '21 & Edward Deng '21, Staff Writer • April 2, 2021

One of the most significant challenges for today's youth is sky-high housing prices. According to, by December 2020, the median single-family...

Graphic by Portia Sockel
Gen-zines seize the market
By Portia Sockel '22, Social Media Manager • April 2, 2021

Upon entering your local gas station, coffee shop, or dentist’s office, you’ll almost always find yourself confronted with time to spare...

Graphic by Henry Chen
Evaluating H-term: pro or con?
By Sarah Wisneski '21 and Cassidy Beeding '21 March 11, 2021

A positive reflection on H-term By: Sarah Wisneski '21 I genuinely enjoyed taking the course “Recipes for Life” with Assistant Dean of...


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