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String Art, Spirolaterals and Scheme Theory: The Link Between Math and Art

String Art, Spirolaterals and Scheme Theory: The Link Between Math and Art

Charlie Brunette, Staff Reporter

April 24, 2019

When you walk into a local library, you might find that a book on abstract algebra is aisles apart from the art theory section, but does that mean that Art and Math are mutually exclusive?

Places to go in Holyoke: Spring Edition

Places to go in Holyoke: Spring Edition

April 10, 2019

Spring is just around the corner, and after blizzards and very cold days, it seems that the weather will improve. Although, sometimes, the weather in Massachusetts can't make up its mind. It's hot for a moment and then cold... but not actually cold, and then suddenly it gets humid. Spring is a good mo...

Did the Addams Family Musical have Charles Addams rolling in his grave?

Did the Addams Family Musical have Charles Addams rolling in his grave?

Charlie Brunette, Staff Reporter

April 8, 2019

All in all, The Addams Family was a smash hit for Holyoke High with a fun vibe and set, talented actors, and fast paced comedy. It sets a new bar for musicals in the future on our auditorium stage.

Should the Five Paragraph Essay Still be a Thing?

Raymond Lora Pena, Staff Reporter

March 26, 2019

The question is, do we really need to follow that format?

Review: Disney Channel’s Original Movie “The Luck of the Irish”

Review: Disney Channel’s Original Movie “The Luck of the Irish”

March 13, 2019

In 2001, Disney Channel released “The Luck of the Irish” direct to TV. The movie was largely unsuccessful, there were no breakout performances in the cast or spin-off series. However, “The Luck of the Irish” gained a cult following for being absurd, entertaining, and existing in a Holiday sl...

The Herald’s Podcast Recommendations

The Herald’s Podcast Recommendations

Charlie Brunette, Staff Reporter

February 27, 2019

Podcasts: from their humble beginnings in the early 2000’s to the radio toppling titans they are today, there are thousands of quirky, intriguing and fun titles to listen to. From your friends here at The Herald, here are our top picks!

Valentine’s Day is Here

Valentine’s Day is Here

Aztiney Caudle, Staff Reporter

February 14, 2019

February 14th is here, and people don't know what to get their loved ones.

Should All People of America Be Required to Stand for the National Anthem in a Public Place?

Should All People of America Be Required to Stand for the National Anthem in a Public Place?

Jeremiah Gomez, Staff Reporter

February 12, 2019

Is this the way to protest peacefully, or does it create a whole other problem?

Hydro Flasks are Hydro Wack

Hydro Flasks are Hydro Wack

John Shea, Staff Reporter

February 7, 2019

If you’re going on an international trek, adventuring through Appalachians, searching the Sahara, or navigating the Nile, a Hydro Flask is an investment for you.

TEDxTalks: How are Speakers and Topics Chosen?

TEDxTalks: How are Speakers and Topics Chosen?

Charlie Brunette, Staff Reporter

February 4, 2019

The TED conference database is continuing to grow exponentially, with over hundreds of TED talks given daily. It's impossible to anticipate who's going to be the next speaker and what they're going to talk about. Maybe it’s one of us?

Traditional Media vs. Digital Media

Raymond Lora Pena, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2019

As time passes, there are more and more innovations in the technological field.

If You’re Feeling Like This, Listen to This…

If You’re Feeling Like This, Listen to This…

Zianializ Casiano, Staff Reporter

January 18, 2019

Junior Staffer, Zia Casiano, produces her latest song review with commentary on twenty one pilots' "My Blood."

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