It’s getting colder outside and winter is on its way! Find out how well you know this freezing season by taking the quiz below!
By: Zoe Ermatinger DISCLAIMER: THIS ARTICLE IS SUPPOSED TO HELP YOU UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU ARE GOING THROUGH AND FIND WAYS TO COPE. THIS IS NOT AN EXCUSE TO SELF DIAGNOSE OR SELF MEDICATE. Seasonal affective depression (SAD), or seasonal depression, is a type of depression that is related to seasonal change. In more often cases, … More What is Seasonal Depression and How Can You Handle It?
By: Molly Singer Scorpios are born from October 23 to November 21. Here are some facts about them!
By: Brooke Mirabella What grades are you in? Both: “11.” How long have you known each other? Evan: “Since SK, kindergarten.” Dan: “Yeah, kindergarten at Holy Blossom.” How did you become friends? Dan: “Our cubbies in our kindergarten class were next to each other because our last names are close together so we started talking … More Humans of FHCI (Best Friend Edition): Dan Isenberg and Evan Kerzner
By: Dani Zeiler With Halloween coming up, friends and family are making plans to celebrate. Many people are trick or treating, decorating their house, and going to (socially distanced) parties. It is quite cold though, and a popular alternative to going out is watching a horror or thriller movie for Halloween. For all the people … More Top five not-scary movies for Halloween
By: Molly Singer Have fun finding the words in this spooky word search!
By: Gefen Selchen The holiday we now know as Halloween has quite an interesting history. Its origins date back to the 9th and 10th centuries when a festival called Samhain was commonly celebrated in the area that is now Ireland, the United Kingdom, and northern France. Samhain is believed to have Celtic pagan origins and … More The History of Halloween
By: Molly Singer Spooky season is around the corner, and the best way to celebrate is with some not-so-scary treats! Here are some recipes you can try: Pumpkin Bars Spooky Chocolate Cookies Peanut Butter Spider Cookies Halloween Macarons Chocolate Chip Sprinkle Brownies Skeleton Sugar Cookies Mummy Pumpkin Hand Pies Coffin Sandwich Cookies Hats and Bats … More Top 10 Halloween Baking Recipes
By: Emily Lindzon Minutes into his new Netflix special, The Closer, Dave Chapelle follows an antisemitic joke with the words “it’s gonna get worse than that.” Oh boy, did it get worse than that. After sitting through a confusing hour of hateful ‘comedy’, I feel the need to break down some especially problematic aspects of … More OPINION: Punching Down: Why Dave Chappelle’s The Closer is Worse Than You Think
Drawings by: Raj Uxa, grade 10
By: Daria Draskovic On Tuesday, April 20, Derek Chauvin, the Minneapolis police officer arrested for George Floyd’s death, was found guilty of all charges, which included second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. In May of 2020, 46 year-old George Floyd was arrested by Chauvin for allegedly trying to use a fake 20 dollar … More Derek Chauvin Found Guilty Of All Charges
By: Sonika Humar On April 12th, 2021, a leaked video catching flashing, triangle-shaped objects flying around a US warship has been confirmed to be authentic, as said in an official statement made by the Pentagon. They also confirmed that the video was taken by US Navy personnel, although they declined to officially label the objects … More Leaked Footage of ‘Pyramid-Shaped’ UFOs is Real, Pentagon Says
FHCI’s first ever virtual coffee house will be taking place soon and the Music Directorate invites YOU to join and show your school spirit. This is a perfect opportunity to get a glimpse into the musical talent at our school. It will be taking place on Thursday, May 6th, 2021 at 4:00 pm on Zoom. … More Virtual Coffee House!!
The Falcon’s Nest is the newest way to be in the know about everything happening at FHCI, brought to you by members of the student council! April Broadcast: March Broadcast:
The grade 9s and 11s of FHCI have made some amazing artwork! Check it out below! Grade 9 Art Grade 11 IDC
By: Daria Draskovic Volunteering is a great way to give back to the community and help others, all while strengthening important skills and meeting new people. These opportunities can be hard to find right now, but there are a number of virtual volunteering opportunities that are available for high school students! Check out some of … More Virtual Volunteering Opportunities in April