By Jillian Drummy
Despite being out for over a month now, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
is still making its way through theaters throughout the country and the world. It has now had close to six weeks in the box office, and has been a commercial success- truly living up to the greatness of the first … Continue Reading ››
Out of all possible winter break activities, it is not hard to assume which one is most anticipated by the student body- sleeping. It’s understandable, of course, since after long, dragging weeks of classes and tests, nearly two weeks of snoring under warm blankets would sound tempting to anybody. But besides packing away the … Continue Reading ››
The Auditorium came alive on December 19 for the annual Hanover High School Winter Band Concert featuring Concert Band, Percussion Ensemble, Jazz Lab Band and Jazz Ensemble. All of these instrumental groups rehearsed during and after school in the months leading up to this concert.
Concert Band is Hanover High School’s traditional “school band” … Continue Reading ››
By: Andrea Bilton and Jillian Drummy
As 2014 rolls in, Student Council as a whole wraps up and preserves the remainder of it’s Christmas spirit for next year- secret santa, giving tree, gift giving and all, and then whips out the long awaited plans for a whole new year. Possible new dances coming up, conferences approaching, … Continue Reading ››
Math Team meets Tuesdays Nights and is always looking for new members!
By Kali Heffernan
It's the midway point of the NHL 2013-2014 season and the Boston Bruins are doing incredible. With a 28-12-2 record, they are first in the division and second in the conference. Lately, there has been an injury plague throughout the team, starting on an explosive game … Continue Reading ››
By Callie MacDonald
Going into this season, the Boston Celtics were left with many holes on their team. Losing players such as Kevin Garnet, Paul Pierce, Jason Terry, and DJ White, the team needed to fill several places on the court. Even with the loss of talent forgotten, the team still had a major loss of … Continue Reading ››
By Sean Meehan
When it comes to snow, myself, and the rest of the Senior class, for the first time in years, are all down on our knees praying,
that's right, PRAYING for as many snow days as possible. Why, you ask? Simple, the Senior class here at HHS is the one group of individuals in the entire … Continue Reading ››
By Cate Marchetti
Brightly wrapped gifts and packages with gold ribbons are a common sight around the holidays, but what about when the tag is signed only with the the mysterious name “Secret Santa”? Many a Hanover High School teacher experienced this thrill of mystery as the school’s student council once again organized … Continue Reading ››
By Anders Carlson
In today's gaming market, first and third person shooters reign supreme. In particular, two franchises; Call of Duty and Battlefield, make huge sales each year. And I'm here to decide which one is best, or maybe just list their positives and negatives.
Call of Duty: Call of Duty has received a bad … Continue Reading ››