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Post-inauguration, student leaders continue to express the importance of discourse on campus

Issue 3 of The Hill News discussed the political climate at Hill before the impending election.
January 21, 2021

As political diverging opinions divide the nation even after the inauguration, the United States of America looks to the future in hopes of a country that not only has different opinions, as that is what...

Hill students celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day through Zoom events

Hill students celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day through Zoom events
January 18, 2021

Yesterday was the 35th Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the first celebration being on Jan. 20, 1986. The day officially became a national day of service in 1994 after its congressional approval. Usually,...

Athletes return to Hill under Low-Residency Program

With masks on, girls hockey is back on the ice.

Photo courtesy of Ari Baum and HillGHockey on Instagram
January 18, 2021

38After extensive and continued planning, The Hill School administration and staff have collectively made the decision to allow student-athletes to return to campus for the period of H-Term. The low-residency...

Hill’s frontline workers receive the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as winter athletes return to campus

Athletic Trainer Chris McGuigan receives his vaccine.

Photo courtesy of Nate  Yinger and Stephanie Schaldonat/Hill Athletics and Sports Performance
January 11, 2021

On Thursday, Jan. 7 two of Hill’s staff members got their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Jennifer Murphy, a medical chaperone, and Dr. Kristin Spencer, the medical director, received their first...

Political clubs react to Capitol riots

From left to right: Cooper Sugden '21 (YRC), Spencer Metz '22 (YDSA), Izzy Tabarrini '21 (YRC), Gavin Guerrette '21 (YSDA), William Dollhopf '21 (YDC), Nimala Sivakumar '23 (YDSA). Student headshots courtesy of the Headmaster's Office.
January 11, 2021

*Editor's Note: below are various reactions from the three major politically-affiliated clubs on campus, The Young Democratic Socialists of America, The Young Republicans, and Young Democrats. After reaching...

6th form SGA leaders react to Capitol riots

From left to right: Co-President Sasjha Mayfield '21, Co-President Andrew Chirieleison '21, Rep. Jamie Olson '21, Rep. Poppy Otten '21. Student headshots courtesy of The Headmaster's Office
January 11, 2021

*Editor’s Note: After the insurgences at the Capitol and subsequent coverage of the events led to significant social media uproar around the country and the world, The Hill News contacted SGA 6th form...

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