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Political poster wars at Hayfield

Political poster wars at Hayfield

Ava Saunders, Staff Writer March 31, 2023

In recent weeks, the Young Democrats and Young Republicans clubs at Hayfield have sparked much attention in relation to their seemingly related posters concerning the topic of abortion rights. After the...

Bryston Johnson makes history

Bryston Johnson makes history

Kiara Repuyan, Staff Writer March 1, 2023

Senior Bryston Johnson pushes headphones over his ear, scanning through his phone, hoping to find a song mesmerizing enough to soften the buzz of the hundreds of people sitting on bleachers around him....

How to avoid Valentines Day blues

How to avoid Valentine’s Day blues

Rania Baamrani and Neia Anne Javier Dizon February 27, 2023

Tis the time of heart-boxed chocolates, obscenely large teddy bears, and social media stories filled with young couples in love. Hayfield’s halls are scattered with students confessing their profound...

A guide to electives in 2023

A guide to electives in 2023

Katerina Floros, Staff Writer February 21, 2023

It’s everyone's favorite time of year, course selection! As you walk around the halls, so many electives are fighting for your attention. Courses have a minimum amount of students enrolled to be offered,...

Gymnastics team on the podium after winning National District. Photo by Marin Blaya

Gymnastics team wins district 6 times in a row

Marin Blaya and Julianne Jouve February 8, 2023

The Hayfield gymnastics team has won districts for the sixth time in a row, in a meet they have been training for all winter. It was a great way for the three seniors Cassidy Mazyck, Adrianys Margary,...

The return of swim and dive

The return of swim and dive

Katerina Floros, Staff Writer January 25, 2023

It’s Friday night and you’ve decided to join the swim team at their weekly dual meet. The atmosphere is great, students cheering for their teammates and swimmers giving it their all. The feeling of...

World Cup takes over Hayfield classrooms

Neia Anne Javier Dizon and Rania Baamrani January 23, 2023

  From the relapse of Stranger Things addictions to the explosions of BeReal and Wordle, the past year has proven to be one for the books. Waving goodbye to 2022, the year was capped with one...

Hayfield photographers share their stories

Hayfield photographers share their stories

Andrew Banocy, Editor-in-Chief January 23, 2023

In recent years, there has been an explosion of photography into the high school scene. From budding amateurs to shutter-seasoned veterans, a multitude of students have taken up the hobby as a creative...

Hayfields Confessions Page

Hayfield’s Confessions Page

Chelsea Asante, Staff Writer January 4, 2023

Hayfield students have always found a way to express themselves authentically. Whether it was through their clothing choice, their activism, or their interests. A crucial part of self expression is having...

The Future of AP at Hayfield

Ava Saunders, Staff Writer December 6, 2022

    The Advanced Placement program has expanded rapidly within the last couple of decades, giving students the chance to earn college credit while taking more challenging courses. AP tests are administered...

Behind the scenes of Spamalot

Behind the scenes of Spamalot

Julianne Jouve, Staff Writer December 6, 2022

It’s the end of October in Hayfield’s auditorium and the actors just finished their fall performance. They say farewell to the public as the curtains are closing, the lights come on and it is time...

Alex Francisco Photo by Andrew Banocy

Fall athlete spotlight

Evan Sussin and Micah Dargan-Coley December 6, 2022

Alex Francisco (Golf): Q: What do you love most about your sport? A: "It's a self paced game. I get to meet new people which is great too. But what I love most is that you can’t blame anyone else...

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