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Bueno Holyoke Live Stream

Bueno Holyoke Live Stream

Herald Staff

November 18, 2019

Click below to watch North Campus' morning announcements live! The Herald presents Bueno Holyoke Live Stream, streaming the North Campus' morning announcements, which will soon feature guests, on-locations and everything happening on campus.  Watch live daily or anytime on demand on The Herald's...

Reviving A Broken Soul

Reviving A Broken Soul

Nyari Garrett, Staff Writer

November 18, 2019

Today’s youth are dealing with the pressure to put on a mask and pretend that their pain is non-existent. Suicide has become more prominent among the youth because they have been drained of their hope. Suicides rates in youth have recently reached an all time high in two decades. In 2017 there were...

Kayne West: “Jesus Is King”

Kayne West: “Jesus Is King”

Ishani Morales, Staff Writer

November 8, 2019

From “Jesus Walks” to last years "Ye." West has been all about God. It is very present in his ninth album “Jesus is King” that has recently dropped Friday Oct, 25. West has been reaching high with this album while missing deadlines to fix and perfect each and every song on the album. After West...

Juul Facing Big Lawsuits and Investigations

Juul Facing Big Lawsuits and Investigations

Ishani Morales, Staff Reporter

November 7, 2019

Everyone one has heard of it, one of the highest and fastest growing e-cigarettes on the market: Juul. In 2018, Juul generated a whopping $1 billion in revenue. It was expected earlier this year to go and about triple that amount, but the billionaire founders now have to face Congressional investiga...

Roundtable With Dr. Mahoney: Getting Personal With Our Executive Principal

Roundtable With Dr. Mahoney: Getting Personal With Our Executive Principal

The Herald News Department Staff

October 30, 2019

The Herald’s Roundtable with Dr. Mahoney is a student-lead look into our school every two weeks with our Executive Principal, Dr. Mahoney.  The Herald will be posting a new Roundtable twice a month right here on HHSHerald.com, giving all students a closer look into everything happening on both th...

Rolling Through Holyoke: Residents Asked to be Cautious With Increased Amtrak Service

Rolling Through Holyoke: Residents Asked to be Cautious With Increased Amtrak Service

Zachary Baru, Faculty Advisor

October 29, 2019

For the first time in nearly half a century, Holyoke once again is connected to a busy passenger rail corridor linking to New York and Washington, D.C.  But with this increased access to transportation comes a major safety concern: ensuring that everyone knows six passenger trains a day are now rolling th...

Holyoke High at the 11th Annual High School Quiz Bowl

Holyoke High at the 11th Annual High School Quiz Bowl

Jack Shea

October 29, 2019

Holyoke High at the 11th Annual High School Quiz Bowl On Sunday, October 20th, members of Holyoke High’s trivia team attended the 11th Annual High School Quiz Bowl out in Boston, Massachusetts. The event is a preliminary in the High School Quiz Show competition, which features some of the brightest...

14-1 Holyoke Girls Volleyball Hosts Central Tonight in Rematch of Top Two Teams

14-1 Holyoke Girls Volleyball Hosts Central Tonight in Rematch of Top Two Teams

October 23, 2019

Herald Sports Staff Today is a big day for Holyoke High Girls Volleyball. They are facing off against Central, who are responsible for Holyoke’s only loss.   A large crowd is predicted tonight where these two two teams face-off in the much anticipated rematch.  Holyoke's strong net pr...

How We Can Change the School Food Ecosystem

How We Can Change the School Food Ecosystem

October 18, 2019

By Nyari Garrett and Ili Alvarez   While Sodexo has offered many healthy options for breakfast in the classrooms, the food choices students are choosing are still lacking nutritional value. Students are offered healthy choices such as fruits and bagels, but often only take sugary foods such as cereals...

The Hat Policy

The Hat Policy

Andrew Valle

October 16, 2019

Andrew Valle September 17, 2019 Holyoke High Hat Policy This debate that had been going for years within schools across the country. The debate on whether or not students should be able to wear hats, bandanas, hoodies, etc during school hours. For as long as I can remember personally the students...

Six Flags: Fright Fest

Six Flags: Fright Fest

Alexis Welch

October 16, 2019

Six Flag Fright Fest This fall, Six Flags New England is yet again holding their annual Fright Fest from September 21 - October 27. The festival is rather family friendly during the day, but the more traditional Halloween tricks and scares start after 6 pm. This year, the Snickers-sponsored event...

The Big E

The Big E

Alexis Welch

October 7, 2019

The Big E On Wednesday Holyoke High participated in “Holyoke Day” at the Big E. Students received yellow tickets for free entrance to the Big E, and were able to participate in the fair without paying the price of admission. When I went to the Big E with my mom, dad, and niece, it was so big; we...

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