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World Language Honor Society holds 2017 inductions

World Language Honor Society holds 2017 inductions

Alex Cole, Staff writer

On Thursday Jan. 12, the induction ceremony occurred for the World Language Honor Societies. The ceremony included current members, along with this year’s new inductees. In order to gain acceptance into the organizations, students nee...  Read More »

Jan 30

Students salty over cafeteria changes

Students salty over cafeteria changes

Alex Cole and Courtney Nielsen

For HHS students, lunchtime has always been an escape from the high-stress atmosphere of a school day.  However, with the start of the 2016-2017 school year came new restrictions in the cafeteria. Previously, salt and pepper...  Read More »

Jan 18

Homecoming Dance arrives late, but shines nevertheless

Homecoming Dance arrives late, but shines nevertheless

Eric Booth, Staff writer

The annual Homecoming dance, presented by HHS Student Council, occurred this weekend in the commons, after two months of delay. Working around different activities and scheduling conflicts, the dance that was originally scheduled...  Read More »

Dec 9

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Girls basketball looks to turn around season

Girls basketball looks to turn around season

Brooke McCormick, Staff Writer

Girls basketball is entering the second half of their season with a record of five wins and 13 losses. Victories came against Pennsauken, New Brunswick, Vernon, Montgomery, and Mount St. Mary. Unfortunately, the Lady Rai...  Read More »

Feb 2

Boys hoops takes lumps, but continues to compete

Boys hoops takes lumps, but continues to compete

Liz Reilly, Staff writer

The boys basketball team is working hard to maintain an impressive record. In conference, they are currently 4-6 and the team is continuing to improve their overall 6-12 record. On Jan. 19, Hillsborough beat Franklin with...  Read More »

Feb 2

Girls swim team led by experienced seniors

Girls swim team led by experienced seniors

Matthew Patrizio, Staff writer

As we dive deeper into the winter season, many of the high school’s best sports teams are actually coming out of hibernation. Hillsborough’s girls swim team, for example, is back and as ready as ever to take on the ne...  Read More »

Jan 5

  • Girls basketball hopes to turn season around December 21, 2016
  • XC season earns more accolades for teams and individuals December 16, 2016
  • Wrestling team opens season Dec. 16 at Scotch Plains December 8, 2016
  • Football ends season 6-3 November 28, 2016
  • Football team ends season after playoff loss to Old Bridge November 17, 2016

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Trump’s Muslim ban met with protests

Trump’s Muslim ban met with protests

Liz Reilly, Staff writer

Over the weekend, President Donald Trump stunned the country by suspending entry of all refugees for 120 days and banning those fleeing from Syria indefinitely. For seven Muslim-majority countries, citi...  Read More »

Feb 2

Women’s March offers response to Trump presidency

Women’s March offers response to Trump presidency

Courtney Nielsen, Staff writer

Jan. 21st marked one of the largest protests in U.S. history, thanks to the estimated 2.9 million men and women who participated in the Women’s March throughout the country. Taking place just one day a...  Read More »

Feb 2

President Trump begins term as 45th President

President Trump begins term as 45th President

February 1, 2017

The Greatest Show on Earth to close for good

The Greatest Show on Earth to close for good

January 30, 2017

Fort Lauderdale attacker kills five and wounds eight

Fort Lauderdale attacker kills five and wounds eight

January 9, 2017

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Oscar nominations honor top films of 2016

Oscar nominations honor top films of 2016

Brooke McCormick, Staff Writer

Now that the Golden Globes have aired, award season is in full swing and soon to culminate with the quickly approaching Oscars. The nominations were announced Jan. 24, which i...  Read More »

Feb 6

M. Night Shyamalan’s latest, “Split,” is a unique horror success

M. Night Shyamalan’s latest, “Split,” is a unique horror success

Grant Gibbs, Staff writer

In the psychological horror flick, Split, directed by M. Night Shyamalan and starring James McAvoy, a man with 23 different personalities kidnaps three teenagers, holding...  Read More »

Feb 3

“La La Land” dominates at 2017 Golden Globe Awards

“La La Land” dominates at 2017 Golden Globe Awards

Matthew Patrizio, Staff writer

This past Sunday, all of Hollywood’s best stars came together at the Beverly Hilton Hotel as Jimmy Fallon hosted the 74th annual Golden Globe Awards. For the 20 differen...  Read More »

Jan 13

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Jeff Cowen and Elena Wei

Dear Editor: The Voice's Alex Cole recently wrote an article, "Why America Should not Take in Syrian Refugees", advocating for the US to halt its acceptance of Syrian and Ir...  Read More »

Nov 25

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