Music of the Night

Music of the Night

October 29, 2018

Big Sonia

Camille Manary

October 5, 2018

Columbia Public Schools Foundation in partnership with Ragtag Film has provided a free showing to watch the film Big Sonia in the Hickman auditorium during fourth block. Columbia Public Schools is also allowing the community to come...


Anna Spell and Shakira Cross

March 15, 2018

On March 14, 2018, at 10 am, Hickman students began filing out of the building and onto the North Lawn to peacefully protest recent gun violence in schools. At exactly a month since the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas...

Thank you, P&G

Emma Moloney and Anna Spell

March 12, 2018

Over the years, Hickman’s school newspaper has constantly evolved. Previously known by names such as The Legacy, the paper has also been available in numerous different formats. A few years ago, Hickman made the transition from...


Kieran Malloy

March 12, 2018

The Hickman we know now is one of the most diverse and culturally unique schools in the state. In fact, the word “Diversity” is scribed over the archways leading into our traditions lobby, though these archways did not always...

We Too, Are America

Shakira Cross

March 12, 2018

We often hear the quotes of Martin Luther King’s “I have a dream” speech and Rosa Parks famous quote of “no” in refusing to give up her seat. We often hear the story of Malcolm X fighting for civil rights by “any means...


Lexi Davis, Silvia Stambaugh, and Ella Boyt

March 12, 2018

The odds of a flag being half-staff for a school shooting this year are 50-50. While school shootings are disheartening, it seems the nation is becoming numb to the violence. According to a poll by NPR, 68% of Americans report...


Ja'Licia Gainer

March 12, 2018

Sitting down, flipping and gazing at the photo album pages filled with photos, she’s had a great childhood growing up. But there was something that deeply affected her emotionally. “I was in so much pain. But I didn’t...

Hoping to Fly

Hoping to Fly

March 5, 2018

The Woman in Charge

Shakira Cross and Kieran Malloy

March 5, 2018

When you walk into the main office for your homecoming tickets, questions about the school, or to pick up a bouquet of roses from a special someone on Valentines the first person you may see or talk to is Sharon Dothage. You ...