Hubbard Varsity Swim Team Breaks Records

Lilly Hetson, Co-Editor-in-Chief
March 18, 2013

The 2012-2013 season was the best on record for the Hubbard Varsity Swim Team. Under a new coaching staff of Michael Barringer and Andrew Mitchell, the team thrived, qualifying for many events and meets that were thought impossible at the beginning of the year. The team had nine qualifiers for the District... Read more »

December Rotary Students of the Month

Dominique Cupp, Fiction and Art Editor
January 31, 2013

Ryan Angelo is a senior at Hubbard and one of the four Rotary students of the month. Ryan is the son of Jim and Arlene Angelo.  Ryan has an older brother, Branden, who graduated from Hubbard and a younger sister, Jordan, who still attends Hubbard. Ryan participates in many extracurricular activities... Read more »

Jane “The Blair Witch” Shea

Dillon Marx, Junior Staff Writer
December 12, 2012

If you are to stare into the HHS student section at any sporting event, you may take notice of a sociable, yet comical young woman: Jane Shea. At the moment, Shea is the only “Jane” in our school. Although very protective of her somewhat unique name, Jane is commonly known as “Blair,”... Read more »

Gamers Rejoice: The Release of Halo 4 and Black Ops II

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Mark Feigert, Junior Staff Writer
December 11, 2012

The hottest new games of the season have arrived.   Halo 4 and Call of Duty: Black Ops II debuted on Nov. 8 and Nov. 13, respectively. They were some of the most anticipated games of 2012, and fans have not been let down. Halo 4 is the seventh installment of the Halo series and has set new records... Read more »

November Rotary Students

Jessica Roller, Senior Staff Writer
November 30, 2012

Rachel McConnell is the daughter of Paul and Renee McConnell. She has two sisters, Leah and Emily. Rachel is an active student at Hubbard High School, participating in National Honors Society, Honors Band, and Hubbard Varsity Swimming and Diving, in which she lettered in all four years. Rachel is also... Read more »

Foreign Exchange Students

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Jessica Roller, Photography Editor
November 18, 2012

Brazil: Camila Zamboni is from Caxias do Sul-RS (Rio Grande do Sul), Brazil. As a foreign exchange student, she recognizes a big difference between Brazil and America. The largest factor is the food! The portions and the types of food are very different.  Camila states that she had never tried corn... Read more »

HUB Students Attend Fall Press Day

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Hayly Stein, Junior Staff Writer
October 19, 2012

On September 24th, the HUB news site staff attended YSU’s fall training Press Day.  The staff participated in a variety of workshops such as photography, online design, multi-media productions and writing and copy editing sessions.  The morning kicked off with what was supposed to be a point-counterpoint... Read more »

A Global Exchange: Students Study at HHS

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Alexandra Bancroft, Junior/writer
October 15, 2012

As the world expands more and more beyond each country’s geographical boundary, Hubbard High School expands its opportunity to service more and more exchange students. This year, four students have traveled to spend a year of study here at HHS.  Let’s meet two of them today: Selena Amya:... Read more »

Despite Bad Luck, Hubbard Band Marches On

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Danielle Bucci, Junior Staff Writer
September 19, 2012

Every year around the third week in July, the band season starts with a week of “summer band”, and then a week of camp at Thiel College. It’s a busy time for all members of the band – learning the music, the show, the band dance.  However, band camp is many teens’ favorite... Read more »

History Day Highlights

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Lilly Hetson, Jr. Staff Editor
April 11, 2012

On the eve of February 29th, students in the sophomore and junior classes were scurrying to put last minute touches on their National History Day projects. What is National History Day (NHD)?  This is a nationwide competition that give high school students the opportunity to research and construct... Read more »

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