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(Don Cormier for the LA Times/UCLA Library/CC BY 4.0 DEED). OJ Simpson speaks with the press in 1968 following the Rose Bowl game.  Simpson scored two touchdowns and earned Player of the Game as USC won 13-3.

OJ Simpson dies at 76

Natalie Colarossi, Editor-in-Chief April 12, 2024

Infamous football star, actor, broadcaster, and criminal, Orenthal James Simpson passed away at age 76 on April 10th, 2024 following his battle with prostate cancer.  Simpson was born on July 9th, 1947...

The Lunar Connection: How Muslims Use the Moon for Eid Timing

Allison Acosta, Personality Profile Editor April 12, 2024

As Ramadan is coming to an end, many Muslims are eager to hear news about when Eid Al-Fitr is.  Eid is the holiday after Ramadan celebrating a month of fasting, charity, and self improvement. Even...

Is cutting trees always a bad thing?

Kamalini Nagarajan March 22, 2024

https://youtu.be/tT-FR41GMIc When companies harvest wood, they select an area of land and cut down every single tree within that region, and destroy the habitat for years to come. However, harvesting...

Editorial: Banning Books Needs To Come To An End

Tayen Parke, Reporter March 18, 2024

Did you know that Pennsylvania has been named the 3rd highest state with the most banned books? Just in the past few months, Pennsylvania has seen over 56 attempts by school districts to ban books or change...

Listicle: Influential Women in Journalism

Lucy Ferns, Reporter March 5, 2024

Women have been essential in changing the face of journalism throughout history, breaking stereotypes, and elevating the voices of the unheard. This week, as we honor their valuable contributions, it is...

American Supreme Courts Need to Stop Playing “Doctor”: Editorial

Tayen Parke, Reporter March 4, 2024

The Alabama Supreme Court officially classified frozen embryos as “children” under state law in a 7-2 ruling on February 16th, 2024. The decision came soon after three couples filed a lawsuit against...

Journalism Now Vox Pop – The Impact of Journalism

Eva Johnson and Grace Quillen March 1, 2024

https://youtu.be/8EStUfRDMBQ HHS Students and teachers talked about how journalism today impacts their lives daily. Due to the influence of journalism we learn how they receive their news, the best...

Four great Scholastic Journalism Projects of the Past

Kamalini Nagarajan February 23, 2024

Many students explore their interests during school, be it through electives, clubs, or sports. Student journalism is an excellent way for teens to connect with their community and explore another possible...

Journalism now: Five environmental journalists to look out for

Ashley Bu February 23, 2024

  Today, environmental journalists play an important role in conveying the magnitudes of changes within the Earth and helping victims receive aid. These five journalists advocate for climate...

Vox Pop: Effects of AI on Journalism’s Future

Leah Wilhelm and Jessica Wang February 23, 2024

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LlAYFDRONvc We asked HHS students about AI and the future of journalism.

Editorial: Importance of Scholastic Journalism

Gwen Cysyk, Reporter February 21, 2024

In an era of deceit and political tension, people are often fed misrepresentations of the truth. Journalism is one of the key components to a functioning society due to its influence on perception and...

Journalism Then: The Inception of Journalism Tools

Allison Acosta and Ishmarika Adhikari February 21, 2024

In celebration of Scholastic Journalism Week, we have compiled a list of tools that contributed to the current state of journalism.

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