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The Movies Celebrate Excellence

Rachel Oh, Contributing Writer

February 10, 2020

Hilltopper film critic Rachel Oh made her selections for the Oscars prior to the Academy Awards on February 9th. See how her picks aligned with the Academy’s! Movies are art. They are windows to other worlds that teach audiences...

Test Story

Indu Vaddiparti, Contributing Writer

March 21, 2017

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The Truth Behind Teatoxes

Isabella Grella, Contributing Writer

June 23, 2016

  With June just around the corner, people everywhere are doing what they can to be summer ready. Whether or not these efforts are healthy is debatable. With Instagram fitness gurus, Twitter hashtags like #motivationmonday...

The Internet’s Effect on the Music Industry

Ted Orbach, Contributing Writer

June 23, 2016

When someone asks what the most popular albums that have been released this year are, what comes to mind? Many of the candidates here could be Kanye West’s The Life of Pablo, Drake’s Views, Beyonce’s Lemonade, Radiohead...

Soundtrack for Summer

Soundtrack for Summer

June 23, 2016

Staycation Ideas!

Staycation Ideas!

June 23, 2016

Teachers Have Live Too!

Contributing Writer, Indu Vaddiparti

May 17, 2016

Each teacher has interests that you might not be aware of when you sit in his or her class. They all have a different and special ‘un’-teacher things to do when they are not teaching and at home. Ms. Molina, who teache...

Winning MayBe a Uniform-change Away

Argie Dabrowski, Contributing Writer

December 1, 2015

In video games, like Team Fortress 2 and the Halo Series, the red and blue teams hold much importance in the gameplay. Despite these teams being the same in every way except color, it seems universal that the red teams are always b...

Hair Care: How We’ve Been Doing It Wrong

Ashley Sysyn, Contributing Writer

November 10, 2015

Way back in the olden times (or 1908), hair care regimens were pretty lax. Women were advised to wash their hair no more than twice a month, with most people shampooing only once a month. Then, marketing campaigns began to push us t...

Make School Issues Your Issues

Shreyas Agnihotri, Copy Editor

November 3, 2015

School isn’t perfect. It’s something that many of us have come to accept as a fact over time. We love to complain about issues we have with school activities and events, or even ignore them entirely. But what if you learned...

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