HILL FALL SPORTS PREVIEW

May 3, 2006

By; Mike Mauger, Doug Bean, and Brandon Jacobs

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NEW HOCKEY RINK

May 3, 2006

By Allie DiRico

The Hill School plays host to several traditions.  As many people known, one winter tradition at Hill is the student’s attendance at the ice hockey games played at the Edward T. Hall Rink, our infamous outdoor patch of ice situated between The Dell and the field house.  With the times changing, much like the weather, many are eagerly awaiting the plans for a new and improved ice hockey arena. 

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LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT: FIRST HILL SCHOOL COUPLE

May 3, 2006

By: Sami Jones

It happened on that cold, icy day back in Febraury of 2000.  Chapel had just ended, and Jeff Neese began the trek back to his dormitory.  He was walking along minding his own business when he very casually slipped on a patch of ice and fell to the ground.  Walking directly behind him, Courtney Steltz noticed him lying on the ground, and she broke down hysterically laughing.  Completely embarrassed, Jeff stood up and ran off.  After that day, “we started IMing,” Mrs. Neese said after retelling the accident.  The rest is history.

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BOYS OR GIRLS? TIES OR PANTYHOSE? WHICH IS WORSE?

May 3, 2006

By: Christine Wieand

For almost a decade boys of the Hill have been complaining about how relaxed the girls’ dress code is compared to their own.   Having to wear ties and button the top button are both requirements of the boys’ dress code, neither of which are found as requirements on the girls’ dress code.  These factors are the usual complaints of the male population at the Hill.   However, a very large percent of these boys have never worn a pair of pantyhose.  Even if they have I’m sure they don’t want to share why.  

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THINK TWICE BEFORE CHANGING THE AGE

May 3, 2006

By:Whitney Gilmore

Teenage driving is an issue that has attracted all sorts of attention. All states have different laws regarding driving permit and license ages. The topic has been brought to the attention of state governments, and many now say the age for permits should be at least 18. There are several angles at which to view this issue.

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NEW GRILLE USED TO SELF-MONITOR STUDENTS

May 3, 2006

When I first came to school this year for preseason, I of course stopped by the grille.  To my amazement I saw the sweet new set-up which includes a nice long counter top with chairs, high tables, Green Mountain Coffee, and newly upholstered booths.   I said to myself, this is pretty nice, but how long will it take before it turns into what it used to be, a mess.

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