The Herald’s own Jazlyn Moock talks to us about the possible downfall of the infamous standardized test, the SAT, and how recent findings of bias may lead to it’s demise. Continue reading So Long SAT?
Harry Potter. Star Wars. The Lion King. All of these iconic stories have one thing in common: the Hero’s Journey. What is it, and can you tell a story without it? Continue reading Can You Tell A Story without the Hero’s Journey?
Craving an old fashioned movie night? This week Gabrielle London has got you covered with this 80s and 90s classics. Continue reading Greatest of All Time? The Best 80s and 90s Movies, Ranked.
Adrian Duah-Mensah takes us all on a journey through our childhood with this Bratz Vs. Monster High Vs. Barbie’s inspired article. Continue reading Monster High vs. Bratz vs Barbies
Hopeless Romantic Jazlyn Moock gives us her take on the phenomenon of “manic pixie dream girls.” Continue reading Manic Pixie Dream Girl Mania
This Week Darius Thornton decided to give us an honest review of Judas and The Black Messiah. Continue reading Judas and the Black Messiah Review
This week A’Breya Young gives us a sneak peek into Demi Lovato’s upcoming documentary: “Dancing With The Devil. Continue reading Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil
This week Nicole Chedraoui goes through a timeline of Billie Eillish’s new hit documentary, “The World’s a Little Blurry.” Continue reading Diving into “The World’s A Little Blurry”
The Herald’s own Gabrielle London gives us a new perspective on all things Avatar. Continue reading Avatar: A New Perspective
The Herald’s own JoAnn Snavely takes us on a journey through The Regrettes album “Feel Your Feelings Fool!” Continue reading Feel Your Feelings Fool! A New Era of Punk Rock
JoAnn discusses the gut-wrenching events of the hit Marvel Disney+ series WandaVision. Continue reading How WandaVision Emotionally Destroyed Me
Jazlyn gives a crash cource in the actual lore behind the magical creatures most commonly associated with Saint Patrick’s Day. Continue reading Irish Fairy Folklore
About Me Hello there, my name is Jazlyn Moock and I am a senior at Heritage. My grandfather named me Jazlyn because he used to be a saxophonist in a jazz band. He, along with the rest of my family, calls me Jazzy for short. I think that is the perfect word to describe my personality: jazzy. While some would refer to my style as tacky or quirky in a not-so-good way, I take pride in my most spunky, flamboyant attributes. Do some make me seem a little out there? Perhaps. But, do I love them all the same? Absolutely. … Continue reading Jazlyn Moock
Its no secret that 2020 was a crazy year for everyone, and it is important that we all do our part to social distance and keep everyone safe. Well today Adrian Duah-Menash speaks on some of the ways some people may not be doing their part–the shortcoming of Covid. Continue reading THE COVID SHORTCOMING