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Hill’s admissions continues in the face of COVID-19, prepares for spring
By MoniYah Person-Henderson '23, Staff Writer • March 4, 2021

Temperature taken, hand sanitizer applied -- now you’re welcomed onto the...

Local Pottstown NGOs continue to adapt
By Jojo Zhu ’22, Staff Writer • March 4, 2021

The pandemic has reached all parts of society, including groups dedicated to...

Students return from quarantine around the world
By Sarah Jiang '22, Staff Writer • March 3, 2021

As it approaches a year since COVID-19 made its way across the world, the differences...

"Anhui" by Jasmine Wang
Students receive recognition for their artwork from the 2021 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards
By Carrie Shang ’23 March 4, 2021

The Scholastics Art and Writing Awards is the most prestigious and longest-running national recognition and scholarship program for young...

Photo by Ryann Holladay
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 to be physically separated as a school...

“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...

Hill welcomes new Capital Construction Project Manager Rich Bouher and bids Robin Rhoades farewell
By Anna Yao Carroll '23, Staff Writer • March 4, 2021

Hill is welcoming a new Capital Construction Project Manager, Rich Bouher, as the community says goodbye...

Twenty Hill students are honored at the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards
By Diemmy Dang ’24, Staff Writer • March 4, 2021

Each year, the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers recognizes students across the country for their...

Long journey back: how Hill Chinese students are returning to campus through various restrictions
By Jason Zhou '23, Staff Writer • February 14, 2021

*Editor's Note: The following is an account from Staff Writer Jason Zhou '23 as he travels to campus...

The Chinese Poetry Club celebrates the Spring Festival through Literature
By Harry Zhu '22 February 11, 2021

*Editor’s Note: The following is a club spotlight on the Chinese Poetry Club written by Harry Zhu ’22,...

Illustration by Tina Wang
Mental health must be higher on our priority lists
By Lauryn Fudala '21 March 4, 2021

I remember back to the first email I drafted to [email protected] during the beginning of my fifth form year at Hill. I was going through...

Illustration by Claire Hartemink
The case for cooperation
By Corbin Cartagine '23 March 4, 2021

In the words of the former national security advisor, Zbigniew Brzezinski, “A great deal of world politics is a fundamental struggle, but it...

Illustration by Claire Hartemink
The EU can’t stand for democracy until it stops sitting for China and Russia
By Edward Deng '21 and Michael Soland '21 March 4, 2021

The European Union claims to be a beacon of democracy and equality. EU members dominate the top 10 list in the democracy index (7 out of 10),...

All of my paperwork in order to get back to the U.S. (*Blurred for privacy)
Long journey back: how Hill Chinese students are returning to campus through various restrictions
By Jason Zhou '23, Staff Writer • February 14, 2021

*Editor's Note: The following is an account from Staff Writer Jason Zhou '23 as he travels to campus from his home Shanghai amidst the heavy...

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Issue 5