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Yoseph Kim ’22 and his teammates celebrate their gold medal win. Photo by Yoseph Kim '22.

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 Internationally Genetically Engineered Machine competition,...

The paintings above are a part of the collection of 17 donated by Michael Sweeney in the spring of 1923. Photos by Erick Sun '24.

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 original paintings that hang along the interior perimeter of the Dining Hall. The dark wood paneling,...

Graphic by Claire Hartemink '21.

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 makes sense that people now gravitate toward their devices. As we hopefully approach the tail end...

Chapel. Photo by Sarah Jiang '22.

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, explored every nook and cranny, and discovered every secret there is to find. Or, perhaps, you don’t...

Photo by Ryann Holladay '24

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 community. Between the Capitol insurrection, President Joe...

Photo sourced from the PENDOT Website

“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 Department of Transportation has been conducting a statewide competition for teams of high...

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