Stories Written by Jenna Moses

Sophomores Annika Brakebill and Lizzy LeBleu (along with Jack Aylor) will be performing at this year's Rally Rumble.

HH students to perform at Rally Rumble for childhood cancer

Jenna Moses, Editor-in-Chief
March 3, 2013
Filed under News

On Mar. 9, teenage musicians in the Nashville area will be performing at the Rally Rumble Music and Arts Festival- an event held to raise awareness and funds for childhood cancer research. Rally Rumble is sponsored by the Rally Foundation, which is a non-profit organization whose goal is to... (more...)

Dissecting high school stereotypes

Jenna Moses, Editor-in-Chief
November 5, 2012
Filed under Features

From teachers’ pets to rambunctious rebels, Harpeth Hall students represent every classic high school stereotype. In a survey conducted, students claimed to be the most comfortable classifying themselves as “average joes,” closely followed by jocks, nerds, artists and rebels. Logos... (more...)

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Walking into the cosmopolitan Japanese restaurant, I felt like I had left the humble home of country music and entered a chic New York City eatery.

Classy but Cozy: Review of Kohana

Jenna Moses, Editor-in-Chief
September 18, 2012
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Restaurants

When word gets out about the delectable food at Kohana in Green Hills, it won’t be so easy to get a seat on a Friday night. Walking into the cosmopolitan Japanese restaurant, I felt like I had left the humble home of country music and entered a chic New York City eatery. I stuck out in my... (more...)

Swimstate

State swim meet shows HH spirit

Jenna Moses, Co-Opinions Editor
February 17, 2012
Filed under Opinions Archives

Dozens of Harpeth Hall students and faculty, decked out in spirited attire, arrived Saturday night at the Centennial Sportsplex to support the Bearacudas at the finals of the 2012 Swimming and Diving State Championship. Other than for big rivalry games, I have never seen so many students and... (more...)

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A picture is worth a thousand words

Jenna Moses, Opinions Editor
August 13, 2011
Filed under Opinions Archives

A graphic novel proves to be the perfect all-school read Skepticism was the reaction of many students to the announcement of the 2011-2012 summer all-school read. “The Odyssey,” a graphic novel by Gareth Hinds, was chosen as the all-school read. While at first the words “graphic novel”... (more...)

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Finding the balance: Life choices undergoes transformation

Jenna Moses, Opinions Editor
August 13, 2011
Filed under Opinions Archives

An interview with high school counselor Fran Maddox about the change from ‘Life Choices’ to ‘Life Balance’ Based on information they’ve learned in the yearly course, counselors Fran Maddox, Jennifer Adams and Kathleen Goodman have changed the curriculum and the name of the course... (more...)