Midterms: It’s Now or Never!

Izzy Miller, Arts and Leisure Editor

January 25, 2016

Filed under Community News

Freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and especially seniors, have you begun studying for the midterms yet? The midterms, which are dreaded by the student population every year, are quickly approaching. On Wednesday of this upcoming...

Mr. Gupta: Long-Term Math Substitute

Julia Mroz, Editor and Author

January 25, 2016

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Meet Julia Schwartz and Mr. Amit Gupta _    Julia Mroz ’16, Editor     For most of us, when we left for Winter Break, we knew we’d have time off from school or work to relax and spend time with ...

Onsite College Admission Day

Julia Mroz, Editor

December 21, 2015

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One of the worst things about applying to colleges is waiting to receive the decision after you submit your application. After writing the essays, sending in your transcript, and soliciting teachers to write letters of recomm...

Sophomore Day 2015: A Sophomore’s Perspective

Izzy Miller, Arts & Leisure Editor

December 21, 2015

Filed under Community News

At many schools, sophomores are often ignored. Various student-led organizations and administrations commonly focus initiatives on aiding freshmen in their adjustment to the new climate, juniors in their college search, and se...

Halloween Dance 2015 Recap

Julia Mroz, Editor

November 9, 2015

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HMHS students returned to school at 7:00 P.M. for the annual Fright Night Dance. Students gathered to celebrate Halloween and showed creativity with their costume choices. Kelly Piserchia, a junior, was especially impressed with...

Club Fair Draws Big Crowds

Ally McBryan, Staff Writer

October 5, 2015

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The club fair is an opportunity for students to explore and learn about the numerous clubs Haddonfield High School provides. The variety of unique and appealing clubs allow any student the chance to discover one they may enjoy b...

New Rain Garden Benefits Students, Environment

Monica McBryan, School and Local News Editor

October 2, 2015

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The construction near the circle may seem to be causing distress to students and teachers because of the limited parking, but the construction is creating something extremely beneficial for the environment. After all of the construct...

New English Curriculum Engages Students

Izzy Miller, Staff Writer

October 2, 2015

Filed under Community News, Top Stories

Current sophomores are the first HMHS students to experience the new English curriculum, which has been modified to align with the Common Core standards. Previously, students took American Literature in tenth grade, British Literature in eleventh grade, and World Literature in twelfth grade. Under the n...

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