By: Jordan Martin When I first started writing articles for Heritage Herald, I told myself that I did not want to write about COVID at all. I was honestly tired of seeing it everywhere I looked, and I just did … Continue reading Epic Burnout: Part I
I don’t care what Schweickert says. I’m not taking an easy route in writing this week. I thought this out, nice and in order; My Top 10 Favorite Songs. It’s a mix of everything, and I think it’s pretty solid. … Continue reading Songs That Make My Brainwaves Go WOOOOOO
By: Jordan Martin Fast fashion is an industry that attempts to produce the most amount of clothing for the lowest price possible. In 2021, trends cycle exceptionally quickly and need to be kept up with by not only consumers, but … Continue reading Fast Fashion: The Inconvenient Truth
By: Ellis Keipper Slasher movies are a subgenre of horror movies that were largely popularized in the 70s and 80s. They often featured a deranged killer who picked off their victims one by one in an orderly fashion. For this … Continue reading My Top 10 Favorite Slasher Flicks
This spooky season is promising. October is seeing us through the release of two new slasher films. Candyman has already dropped and is currently claiming millions in the box office, but fans of knife-wielding, psychotic serial killers can also look … Continue reading ‘Tis The Season: Spooky Slashers Ranked
As a member of the service industry, Ellis Keipper explores the hardships servers face from an unexpected source–their customers… Continue reading The Customer Is Not Always Right
Seniors, your salvation is here. Lia Hudgins breaks down everything you need for a successful college application. Continue reading The Seniors’ Guide to College Applications
By Liela Hafshejani Cultural Appropriation cul·tur·al ap·pro·pri·a·tion noun the unacknowledged or inappropriate adoption of the customs, practices, ideas, etc. of one people or society by members of another and typically more dominant people or society It is a controversial topic … Continue reading Cultural Appropriation
Without Elvis becoming the trendsetter for controversial music and free-thinking in the 60’s, we may never have evolved to appreciate comedy, or Berries and Cream, as we do today. Continue reading Historical Domino: The King of Rock Led Directly to Berries and Cream?
By: Jordan Martin Misogyny is deeply rooted into many parts of our culture. Many women and young girls are afraid to admit to liking things that are traditionally considered feminine such as the color pink, glittery items, makeup, and more because … Continue reading Misogyny in the Music Industry
My views on bureaucracy, school, friends, food, dance, language, and just about any category of thought in my brain can in some way be attributed to one culture or the other, and the two are often so diverse that walking a middle line is impossible. Continue reading Caught Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Being that this past Saturday was the 20th anniversary of 9/11, many people were more focused on the wrong thing. Instead of mourning the loss of so many innocent lives of the people in the towers, the planes, the Pentagon, … Continue reading do better.
By Ellis Keipper I went to a secular private school most of my life. Due to the geography of the school and the demographics of students that attended it, many of the values of the students and teachers that went … Continue reading Atheism and Tolerance
Lia Hudgins and Ellis Keipper go head-to-head over the Great Heritage “Tea Party” Debate to find out who’s king of the hill in the canned tea game Continue reading AriZona>Peace Tea? The Great Tea Debate…
New staffer, Jordan Martin, opens eyes around the issue of performative activism with her sharp insight into something that has become a part of our daily landscape… Continue reading The Complications of Performative Activism