For her junior year, Remy Hill, a Harriton senior, had the amazing opportunity to study abroad in India. The year-long program, YES Abroad, is sponsored by the US State Department and sends American high schoolers to countries with a large Muslim population. Her time in the small city of Anand, Gujarat,... READ MORE »»
The one-acts are this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and they have 4 wonderful shows in the span of less than two hours. The shows - Sure Thing, This Is A Test, The Universal Language and How To Survive the Zombie Apocalypse - are being directed by HTC seniors Desire Bennett, Jon Duska, Natalie St... READ MORE »»
The One-Acts are sold out but you can still get overflow seating!
Beyoncé’s silhouette backed by gigantic pink font reading “Feminist”. Patricia Arquette rallying equal pay for women in Hollywood in her Oscar speech. Jennifer Lawrence penning an essay expounding on the issue of salary, both in show business and far beyond.
Feminism in America is upon a... READ MORE »»
Joel Danilewitz argues that the voices of male feminists should not be silenced.
With the age of modern technology among us, social media is at its peak. There are infinite ways to communicate and express yourself. Out of the thousands of apps available, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat are by far the most popular social media apps used by the Harriton community on a daily basis.... READ MORE »»
As Harriton’s football team prepares for next season, there’s a question begging for an answer, a question that has been prevalent ever since scientists and doctors first began to discover. Does our culture make it more difficult for medical staff to diagnose and therefore treat concussions?
First,... READ MORE »»