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The Trump Appeal: How the Business Mogul Became Clinton’s Biggest Rival

Karin Scott and Claire Smith

September 20, 2016

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One afternoon during rush hour, a radio talk show was discussing Donald Trump and the dramatic upheaval of diplomacy his campaign has caused. The moderators listed his outrageous comments and scandalous behavior, exasperated as...

LogosNow Briefing: the Most Important Stories of Summer ‘16!

Millie Kirkland, Staff Writer

September 19, 2016

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This summer was filled with a constant influx of stories gripping the world’s attention. In today’s world, less than a week’s time can turn new news to old news. For those on vacation that may have missed some of these events,...

Hillary Clinton: An impact on the fight for gender equality

Karin Scott, Lead Staff Writer

August 14, 2016

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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 official female presidential nominee of a major party in the...

Hillary Clinton: A milestone in the fight for gender equality

Karin Scott, Lead Staff Writer

July 27, 2016

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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 first time in world history,...

HH’s Declassified Exam Survival Guide: Everything You Need to Get Through Exams

Karin Scott, Staff Writer

May 17, 2016

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  Each year, the start of May signals the long awaited end of the school year. Students at the Hall are dreamy-eyed as they walk toward class, thinking about the long summer days ahead.   But before we rea...

Hudson Walker

Karin Scott, Staff Writer

May 3, 2016

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   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 ever been. This loud ...

Is prom worth the cost?

Carrie Haynes and Karin Scott

April 29, 2016

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When April rolls around, the hallways fill with excitement and anxiety for one of the biggest events of the year: Prom. Harpeth Hall prom has never been a day of mediocrity and is known for its complete transformation of the ...

America’s Packed with PACs

Stella Vujic, Staff Writer

April 24, 2016

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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 backed by political action committees,...

Pep Rally or Propaganda?

Maya Misra, Staff Writer

April 24, 2016

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The first all-school pep rally was a great idea….in theory. The reality of trying to coordinate 600+ people cause the rally to fall flat. To be fair, it started well with an announcement of swimming championships and a...

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