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Hillary Clinton: An impact on the fight for gender equality

Karin Scott, Lead Staff Writer

This article is a follow-up piece to Hillary Clinton: A milestone in the fight for gender equality. As Hillary Rodham Clinton continues to make history as the first offici...  Read More »

August 14, 2016

Hillary Clinton: A milestone in the fight for gender equality

July 27, 2016

On Tuesday, Hillary Clinton became the official presidential nominee of the Democratic Party. This is a groundbreaking moment in American history for one reason: Hillary Clinton is a woman. For the...  Read More »

Hudson Walker

May 3, 2016

   Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016 has been marked as a day of remembrance, as our community mourns the loss of Hudson Walker. Usually filled with chatter, the hallways at Harpeth Hall are as quiet as they have ...  Read More »

America’s Packed with PACs

April 24, 2016

This year, the media is running amok with the latest news on presidential candidates and their PACs. And I am not talking about Pac-Man. When politicians run for an elected office, they are usually...  Read More »

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Honey Bears Hit the Courtroom

Carrie Haynes, Staff Writer

“Objection your honor!” If these words made your heart race, then Mock Trial is sure to be your new favorite event. It is the perfect blend of law, rhetoric and actin...  Read More »

April 1, 2016

Cheat Sheet: Your Constitutional Rights

March 11, 2016

    Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion, Freedom of the Press, Right to Peacefully Assemble, Right t...  Read More »

Winter Formal: Winter Wonderland?

February 25, 2016

   Winter Formal. Those two words evoke images of lights, music, and snowflakes. In the week leading...  Read More »

New Spin on Service: Dr. Adams

January 29, 2016

1. What was service learning like when you were a student at Harpeth hall? We didn’t have a serv...  Read More »

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Back from the other side: Adele

Ava Boney, Arts and Entertainment Editor

“Hello”; that one word is all it took to shake the earth off of its axis and put it back into place again. After the airing of a promotion on British television during...  Read More »

January 29, 2016

Harry Potter at the Hall

January 29, 2016

While the last Harry Book may have come out almost ten years ago (2007), the world of Harry Potter continues to capture the imagination of people...  Read More »

Winter style: what’s in and what’s out

January 29, 2016

The start of winter marks a beginning and an end in terms of attire. While some people are reluctant to say farewell to their flip flops, there...  Read More »

Sugar Plum Fairies take Nashville

January 29, 2016

When you think of the holidays, what do you think of? Maybe scented candles, fuzzy socks or family? One answer for many would be Nashville’s...  Read More »

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Hulk takes on Harpeth Hall

January 29, 2016

Coach Jim Romero has long served as an important member of the Harpeth Hall faculty and a fixture in Harpeth Hall’s weight room, but what does the workout...  Read More »

An unsung Harpeth Hall hero

January 29, 2016

As the school day comes to a close at 3:10 p.m., Megan Gillespie’s day is just beginning. As Harpeth Hall’s athletic trainer, Gillespie works with...  Read More »

A Day in the Life of a Harpeth Hall dancer

January 29, 2016

Dance is an athletic art that plays a major role in the lives of certain Harpeth Hall students.  However, unlike in other sports and arts, not many other...  Read More »

Sports history: Ban on varsity teams

January 29, 2016

Sports have become an integral part of the 21st-century high school experience, and for many students at Harpeth Hall, sports mean everything. In fact,...  Read More »

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