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  • After ADL: What Comes Next?

    Kids from your classes. Your close friends. Trickling up to the microphone, more and more people, until the facilitators had to stop the trickle in the interest of time.
  • Robert Smith conducts the Orchestra and Concert Choir in their Music of Winter Concert performance of Handel’s “Hallelujah Chorus.”

    Battell Chapel Hosts Hopkins Music Ensembles

    Katherine Takoudes ’20, Assistant Arts Editor and Lily Meyers ’20, Assistant Arts Editor
    On Tuesday, December 12, the Hopkins Orchestra and Concert Choir gathered at Yale University’s Battell Chapel to perform their annual Winter Concert. Both instrumental groups have worked since September to put together a diverse and spirited set list of songs.
  • Saloni Jain ‘19 contemplates self-respect.

    Embracing Self-Respect

    Saloni Jain ’19, Voices Editor
    Everyone always says, “Treat others the way you want to be treated,” so people focus their efforts outwardly, trying to spread positivity around them. But what about the other way around?
  • Brian Seiter ’19 and Kenly Burton ’19 advertise their club, Hopkins Cancer Awareness, at the fall Community Service Fair.

    Hilltoppers for Humanity: Community Service on The Hill

    Jeffrey Gu '18, Features Editor
    Hopkins and Community Service. You must be thinking Canned Food Drive, right?
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Hopkins Views

The Question of the Month
Live Poll

  • What is the best part about winter?

    • Snow days
    • Hot chocolate
    • Winter break
    • Warm sweaters
    • Winter athletics
    • Winter holidays
  • What is the best part about winter?

    • Snow days (25.00%, 3 Responses, 12 Total)
    • Hot chocolate (0%, 0 Responses, 12 Total)
    • Winter break (58.33%, 7 Responses, 12 Total)
    • Warm sweaters (0%, 0 Responses, 12 Total)
    • Winter athletics (0%, 0 Responses, 12 Total)
    • Winter holidays (16.67%, 2 Responses, 12 Total)

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  • Holiday Classics

    1. Love Actually
    2. Polar Express
    3. Elf
    4. Home Alone
    5. A Christmas Story
    6. Eight Crazy Nights
  • Songs of the Issue

    1. “Havana” - Camilla Cabello
    2. “All I Want for Christmas” - Ma- riah Carey
    3. “Perfect” - Ed Sheeran
    4. “Let Me Go” - Hailee Steinfeld
    5. “Mistletoe” - Justin Bieber 

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  • Cozy Foodie Favorites

    1. Peppermint Bark
    2. Salted Caramel Hot Choc- olate
    3. Apple Cider
    4. Mint Creams
    5. Gingerbread Cookies
    6. Candy Canes 

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  • Winter Necessities

    1. Fuzzy Socks
    2. Chap Stick
    3. Ear Muffs
    4. Windshield Snow Scrapers
    5. Hand Warmers 

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Editor in Chief 
Helena Lyng-Olsen

Managing Editor 
Lilly Tipton

Kristina Yarovinsky
Theo Tellides
Izzy Lopez-Kalapir
Saira Munshani
Sarah Roberts
Zander Blitzer
Jeffrey Gu
Olivia Capasso
Ellie Doolittle
Veronica Yarovinsky

Emilia Cottignoli
Katie Broun
Lily Meyers
Katherine Takoudes
Collette Mourier
Connor Pignatello
Connor Hartigan

Audrey Braun
Alex Hughes
Spencer Lockhart
JR Stauff
Noah Schmeisser
Saloni Jain
Sarah Chung
Elena Savas
Alexandra Sokol

George Kosinski
Samantha Phelan
Ziggy Gleason
Cartoon Artist
Melody Parker

Nina Barandiaran
Arushi Srivastava

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Faculty Advisers
Canny Cahn
Elizabeth Gleason
Jennifer Nicolelli
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