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Many people do not treat anxiety as something that people can suffer from. Since people cannot see it, often times they do not believe it is there. To state it simply, the website Bustle explains it as, “...an anxiety disorder isn’t a personality trait — it’s a medical condition”. Mental illnesses like anxiety, depression, etcetera, are overlooked and set to blame for the habits of our generation. If adults paid attention to the teenage perspective of anxiety, a better understanding of the situation could hopefully arise.
Come support our school during this years robotics competition! Hosted by FIRST, the First Relic Recovery competition will take place in just two months. Due to the increase of members in the club this year, we now have the freshman, sophomore and upper classmen teams. On January 7th, our school will be competing with other schools from around the state in the first qualifier. Located at Lynbrook High School, here teams fight for first place. Following this the second qualifier which is on the 14th, will place at Center Moriches High School. Here, teams get a second chance to win and there the official winners will be announced.
Happy Halloween HF! Walking around on Halloween, the creativeness and originality that our students possess is very prominent, shown through elaborate and unique costumes. From cute group costumes like aliens and the Seven Dwarves, to funny costumes like Bernie Sanders and The Pope, the participation is what makes this holiday so much fun.
If you’re addicted to social media, you’re not alone. These social media networks are designed to be as addictive as they are. Most people check, browse and interact on these networks constantly throughout the day, and they don’t even realize how much time it adds up to. If you are addicted, the problem is going to get worse. These apps are constantly changing and updating to become more and more hard to resist.
Telegraph and Fox both reported that a new British study concluded that frying fatty foods creates clouds which leads to rain. Which if you think about it, it makes sense, a British study about why it rains so much there. I mean, what else do they have to do over there?
The Harborfields Football team took Suffolk County by storm after reaching a record of 6-2 in this 2017 season. The team, led by quarterback PJ Clementi, is finding great success on all sides of the ball and the guys surely hit the ground running as they are aiming to secure a top seed in the playoffs in order to obtain “home field” advantage.
Welcome to Kevin’s Rad Picks, a (hopefully) weekly article where I pick my picks for the week in the NFL. Yes, I know it's already week 11, but I’m only just starting to care now as we start to get a sense of who's actually good. Also, I am a perfect 0-0 on predictions this year so you can definitely trust me.
The Harborfields Varsity Cheerleading team is undergoing major changes within the program since receiving the first invitation to Nationals in Harborfields history last year. With uncertainty looming amongst the program, one thing that’s certain is the team’s positive outlook towards having another successful season
It seems that one of the most common injuries that is occurring in high school and college athletes is ACL tears. ACL stands for Anterior Cruciate Ligament and is the ligament that connects the .. There are some theories that have been explored as to why this is occurring but none of them have been proven to be true 100% of the time. It is concerning that young athletes have such a high frequency of this injury, which can be seen in the Harborfields population.
Already locked into a playoff spot, the Lady Tornadoes took on the Kings Park Falcons in their final home game of the season. Not only were the Lady Tornadoes looking to send off their seniors, but to hopefully improve their seed in the Suffolk County playoffs.
As the spring sports teams are entering into the second half of their seasons, there are many people to look out for. There are a few athletes that should be followed through the rest of their seasons, having started out on the right foot. Hopefully, these athletes will continue to prosper as the teams make their mark in playoffs this year.