Philanthropy and Thanksgiving

Philanthropy and Thanksgiving

Will Peters, Staff Writer

With Thanksgiving break around the corner, students at HIES are eager for the chance to get together with family and friends to celebrate and give thanks for all that they have. The enthusiasm felt by students at HIES seems paralleled by most of the city; however, many...  Read More »

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Looking Back on Thanksgiving Traditions

Looking Back on Thanksgiving Traditions

Sarah Schmidt, Staff Writer

While Thanksgiving is a time of family and joy, for some people it would be nothing without the wonderful recipes and traditional dishes made within families. The very thought...  Read More »

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Enneagram: Discover the Real You

Enneagram: Discover the Real You

Sarah Kallis, Staff Writer

Enneagram is the study of  nine personality types and how they interact with each other. This study not only helps us learn more about ourselves, but also how to understand...  Read More »

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Gay Straight Alliance – Making HI a Safe Space

Gay Straight Alliance – Making HI a Safe Space

Lela Johnson, Editor in Chief

For years, Holy Innocents' has been one of few schools in the Atlanta area lacking a Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) Club. While in past...  Read More »

6 Thanksgiving Activities the Whole Family Can Enjoy

6 Thanksgiving Activities the Whole Family Can Enjoy

Grace Sizemore and Katherine Watson

Thanksgiving is one of the few times a year when all worries are set aside, and the purpose of your day is to share laughs and food with your family. Cooking delicious dishes...  Read More »

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Photo Of The Week

Claire Simmel, Kaylee Correll, and Anna Carr Hanks

Studious sophomores, Benjamin Maitski, Amanda Gibson, Virginia Pittman, and Avery Pingpank, collaborate on their chemistry work while sporting their festive Winterfest attire.

The New Streaming Era

The New Streaming Era

Anna Carr Hanks, Kaylee Correll, and Carly Reifenberger

Whether it’s in your car, or at home relaxing, almost everybody listens to music sometime during the day. While listening to music is extremely common,...  Read More »

Small Stories, Big Ideas

Small Stories, Big Ideas

Lela Johnson, Editor in Chief

"Everybody's story matters," said Mr. Michelsen, opening the HIES 4th annual speaker series with the idea...  Read More »

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Beyond the Pictures

The HIES Campus offers a wide variety of art, and one...  Read More »

The crew and cast coming out for a round of applause after the 2013 fall play, Curtains.

Who’s Really Behind the Scenes

Every year, the HIES...  Read More »

A HIES production, The Drowsy Chaperone, runs from November 13th until November 15th.

Into the Limelight: HIES Theatre Program

Fall at HIES means many exciting things: the beginning...  Read More »

The Bearettes attend a morning practice in order to prepare for their performance in chapel.

Tuning into the Bearettes

In a thriving music community like that of Holy Innocents’,...  Read More »

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Taking on the World One Continent at a Time

Taking on the World One Continent at a Time

Sarah Schmidt, Staff Writer

When you walk through the halls of HIES, do you know everyone’s name? Can you go further and associate a story about his or her true self? Truth is,...  Read More »

HIES All Around the World: A Look Back at Summer Mission Trips

HIES All Around the World: A Look Back at Summer Mission Trips

Ellie Epperson and Gracen Betts

Mission trips are a great way for students to experience new cultures, languages, and people. Students use these trips as a chance to broaden their horizons...  Read More »

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