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Robot Runs for Mayor

Robot Runs for Mayor

September 20, 2019

Robot Runs For Mayor In Japan, a robot was nominated to run for mayor pledging that “artificial intelligence will change the city” according to japanese news website Qtaquest, in an attempt to make things fair for everyone the robot would analyse petitions put forward to the council and break...

The Evils of Vaping

The Evils of Vaping

Alexis Welch

September 18, 2019

  The Evils of Vaping   In Public Schools, we have a problem with teens vaping in and outside of school. Some people don’t really think about what vaping can do to you, and some people think it's better than cigarettes. This is not entirely true since vape still contains nicotine just ...

Victoria Secret Introduces First Transgender Model

Victoria Secret Introduces First Transgender Model

September 12, 2019

By Ili Alvarez   The Victoria’s Secret brand is one of the prominent modeling groups in the industry today, yet it has often received criticism for hiring only “traditionally beautiful” models. However, the brand has finally casted an openly transgender model, 22 year old Brazilian ...

Shattered Sight

Shattered Sight

September 12, 2019

By Nyari Garrett   As human beings we have lived in a reality of poisonous souls that  live among many whose souls are of poison, who do everything in their power to put those who are being their authentic selves into their demise disagree with their worldview in a lower position. Surviv...

Holyoke High Herald celebrates 121 Years of Publication

Holyoke High Herald celebrates 121 Years of Publication

Megan McGuinness, Digital Editor

April 27, 2019

In celebration of our 121st anniversary, The Herald takes it back to the 1940s and 1950s to compare how our newspaper and Holyoke life has changed through the years.

Holyoke High Students Partner with Power Development International & the HG&E

Holyoke High Students Partner with Power Development International & the HG&E

Lauren Ryan, Finance Manager

March 6, 2019

The students taking part in this independent study will have opportunities to go into the field, interview actual engineers both from PDI and HG&E, work with 3D printers and get an inside look at what they’ll be doing after they graduate college.

Holyoke Crowns Lauren Dulude as the 2019 Grand Colleen!

Holyoke Crowns Lauren Dulude as the 2019 Grand Colleen!

Sadie Pecia'19, Editor In Chief

February 25, 2019

The results from the 2019 colleen contest are in, and Lauren Dulude is announced the 2019 Grand Colleen!

2019 Colleen Finalists Announced

2019 Colleen Finalists Announced

Sadie Pecia, Editor-in-Chief

January 7, 2019

On Saturday January 5th, Holyoke said farewell to their 2018 Colleens and said hello to a new group of six proud young Irish women chosen to represent their city as the 2019 Holyoke Colleens.

Two New Schools – Two New Buildings

Two New Schools – Two New Buildings

Brandon McKenna, Staff Reporter

December 11, 2018

This plan will support more team teaching, hands-on project learning, STEM, arts, and access to technology.

HHS Herald College Corner

Sadie Pecia, Editor- in- Chief

November 5, 2018

Welcome to the Holyoke High Herald College Corner! Each week college visits, application deadlines, meeting times, and all things college related  information will be posted to help make the application process a little less stressful. In addition to visits and application information, scholarshi...

Holyoke Shows Up Big for First Ever Holyoke Athletic Hall of Fame Induction

Holyoke Shows Up Big for First Ever Holyoke Athletic Hall of Fame Induction

Finn Lubold, Sports Editor

November 5, 2018

On October 27, 2018, the community held the first ever Holyoke Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.

Gun Violence in Our Schools; How Do We Stop It?

Gun Violence in Our Schools; How Do We Stop It?

Megan McGuinness, Staff Reporter '19

May 1, 2018

Megan McGuinness discusses her thoughts on the issue of gun violence and how it should be dealt with in schools.

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