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The End of an Era?

The End of an Era?

Alexander Glanville, Humble Staff Reporter '16

September 28, 2015


Filed under Features, Op/Ed

Beginning way back in 1997, there has been one man who has stood out over everyone in the game of golf. That man is none other than Tiger Woods. From the late 90’s to the late 2000’s Tiger had been nothing less than dominant. Winning over 70 PGA Tour events including 14 majors Woods’ resume was...

Fantasy Sports Produce Unreal Numbers

Fantasy Sports Produce Unreal Numbers

Matthew Antil, Features Editor

September 28, 2015


Filed under Features, Op/Ed

It's fall and that means Fantasy Sports are all the rage nowadays and that means fantasy. Fantasy sports now encompass nearly every sport from football, baseball, hockey, basketball, and even golf and beyond. Fantasy sports have become such a big time event for your average fan watching from their house...

Field Hockey Haunts Holyoke

Field Hockey Haunts Holyoke

Siobhan Brennan, Staff Reporter '18

September 24, 2015


Filed under Features, Holyoke High Sports, Showcase

Holyoke High School’s field hockey team is having spook-tacular fundraiser. For $25, you can get four friendly ghosts to come "haunt" your house for the day. This fundraiser is a different take on the Purple Flamingos (or “flocking”) the team had last year and the ghosts are already a hit. The ...

A Student’s Take on Receivership

A Student’s Take on Receivership

Melanie Kos, Editor in Chief '16

May 11, 2015


Filed under Archives, Features, Op/Ed

As Holyoke residents weigh the pros and cons of receivership and look toward the future, The Herald's editor-in-chief shares her thoughts.

The Winter That Never Ends

The Winter That Never Ends

Matthew Antil, Features Editor '16

April 17, 2015


Filed under Archives, Features, Op/Ed

Matt Antil recaps this past year's crazy weather, giving a RIP to Winter, November 2014-April 2015 (hopefully).

How to Fix the Colleen Contest in 1,591 Words

How to Fix the Colleen Contest in 1,591 Words

Matthew McAndrew, Staff Reporter '15

March 17, 2015


Filed under Archives, Features, Op/Ed

Matt McAndrew shares his opinions on the good and bad of the Holyoke Colleen contest and what needs to be done to remedy it.

An Interesting Piece of Irish History

An Interesting Piece of Irish History

Aiden Moriarty, Staff Reporter '15

March 16, 2015


Filed under Archives, Features

The tale of the Fenian Raids, an often overlooked piece of history detailing the invasion of Canada by Irishmen is explained by Aiden Moriarty.

Holyoke Track to Take Road Race by Storm

Holyoke Track to Take Road Race by Storm

Alexander Glanville, Staff Reporter '16

March 16, 2015


Filed under Archives, Features, Holyoke High Sports

Plan on seeing the faces of many dominant members of Holyoke High's track team at this year's St. Patrick's Day Road Race.

New England Tradition on Hold Due to Weather

New England Tradition on Hold Due to Weather

Matthew Antil, Features Editor '16

March 12, 2015


Filed under Archives, Features

The Herald gets a little "sappy" - might this winter's cold spell mean trouble for one of our favorite breakfast condiments?

Wicked: A Story Before Oz

Wicked: A Story Before Oz

Carissa Costanza, Staff Reporter '15

March 9, 2015


Filed under Archives, Features

Before Holyoke High hosts this year's musical extravaganza The Wizard of Oz, read our review of the prequel to the classic story: Broadway's Wicked.

Not Your Average Fairytale

Not Your Average Fairytale

Carissa Costanza, Staff Writer

February 23, 2015


Filed under Archives, Features

Carissa Costanza reviews the latest Disney movie, Into the Woods.

Go Set a Watchman: Much Anticipated Sequel to Beloved Classic

Go Set a Watchman: Much Anticipated Sequel to Beloved Classic

Sara Morin, News Editor

February 12, 2015


Filed under Archives, Entertainment, Features

Sara Morin gives us the scoop on To Kill A Mockingbird's sequel, Go Set a Watchman.

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