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Tower Hill Presidential Elections of 2017

Georgia Kollias ’17

It seems like yesterday we started the first day of the 2015-2016 year with President Spencer Johnson leading the entire school.  But his term is shortly coming to an end, and with that we will be having a new student executive from the Class of 2017. In light of this upcoming THS presidential election, we at The Rubble decided it would be a good idea to get to know some of the upcoming candidates. What an election it will be! This year there are ten–yes, ten–candidates running for the opportunity to lead the new and improved SFC and bring forth change and reform for the entire student body. Continue reading “Tower Hill Presidential Elections of 2017”

Girl’s Soccer Update

Simi Olurin ’19

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“The beautiful game” has begun. Girl’s soccer is off to an incredible start with a record of 6-0, but a challenging away game against Caravel threatens this winning streak. The Buccaneers have been the Division II State Champions for two years; a win against Caravel would be the first for girl’s soccer in four years. However, the pressure does not affect the Hillers because soccer simply remains “the beautiful game.” Continue reading “Girl’s Soccer Update”

Australian Students Interview

Matt Santos 17′ and Louise Conaty ’17

This Spring over Spring Break, Lauren Formanski, Julia Smith, and Allison P. Smith participated in an exchange program with Australian students.  In April, they, along with Natalie Hobbs, hosted three girls. Overall, the exchange proved to be extremely successful. We sat down with the Australians to talk about their visit. Continue reading “Australian Students Interview”

THS Baseball Team Goes Green! Can the State?

Ben Crain, ’16

Did you know that islands of discarded plastic products float in all of the world’s oceans? Experts estimate that these masses of plastic pollution range in area from as small as Texas to as large as the United States. According to Green Peace International, the Great Pacific Garbage Patch in the North Pacific slowly swirls clockwise, choking the fish, marine mammals and birds that get trapped inside of it.

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