Isabella Hillman
Isabella Hillman

Isabella Hillman is a member of the Phillips Exeter Academy Class of 2019.

Articles

Declining Bee Population
Lauren Leatham | Safa Firas | Isabella Hillman November 27, 2016

The first thing people think of when they think of bees, is how annoying they are. They buzz around and when you get to close to one, it stings you. Some even believe that the dec

Food Waste and Sustainability in Exeter’s Dining Halls
Isabella Hillman March 29, 2017

Exeter always tries to implement new ways of reducing our food footprint into our dining halls to benefit the environment. Through the student-led “Zero Waste initiative”, Exeter

The Environmental Aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico
Isabella Hillman January 7, 2018

On September 16th, just two weeks after Hurricane Irma, tropical storm Maria began to develop in the Atlantic. The tropical storm transformed into a Category 5 hurricane and swep

The Environmental Aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico
Isabella Hillman January 14, 2018

On September 16th, just two weeks after Hurricane Irma, tropical storm Maria began to develop in the Atlantic. The tropical storm transformed into a Category 5 hurricane and swep