By: Halie Holland As most of you have heard before, the Amazon rainforest was engulfed in flames. It took days before it even gained media attention. When a fire tore through Notre-Dame cathedral earlier this year, donations poured in excessively … Continue reading Do you care about the Amazon Rainforest?
By: Vivian Shillingsburg I bet a lot of you didn’t even know that we had a girl’s golf team here at Heritage. I know it’s not the most popular sport, but you would be surprised. Girls golf has grown 13 … Continue reading Getting to Know Our Girl’s Golf Team
By: A’Breya Young The land of the free and the home of the brave. Sounds intriguing, right? Do not let this fool you. Hundreds to thousands of immigrants are deported every day. Many parents have to leave their kids to care … Continue reading This is America: Throwing Migrants Away When There are Places To Stay
By: Adam Perkinson Introduction Minecraft is one of the best selling video games of all time. Actually, as of May 2019, it is *the* best selling videogame of all time. Across its multiple-platform releases, starting with PC in 2009 and … Continue reading The Chronicles of Minecraft
By: Twumasi Duah-Mensah These days, if you hang around high-achieving students at any American high school, you might hear accounts of panic attacks and mental breakdowns. No need to be alarmed: if you’re there long enough, the stories will become … Continue reading How an HHS Teacher Plans to Combat Student Stress
By: Darius Thornton “With great power, comes great responsibility.” These words are synonymous with one of the most well-known fictional characters in history, Spider-Man. He’s literally everywhere, movies, games, cereal boxes, pizza boxes, Coke bottles, children’s birthday parties, action figures … Continue reading Spider-versy?
By: Nick Swafford Phones. Phones everywhere. You can’t escape them. Even when we try to leave them behind, they always seem to end up right back into your hand. And that is the problem with teenage phone usage. We can’t … Continue reading Teenage Reliance on Phones
Howdy! I’m Nicole Chedraoui! If you’re looking at my last name and think that my dog ran across my keyboard you’d be incorrect, my last name does indeed have every single vowel (except sometimes y), and is most of the … Continue reading About Nicole
By: Aiden Holczer The best time of the year is almost upon us. The 100th season of the National Football League (NFL) is set to kick off Thursday, September 5th with the Green Bay Packers taking on the Chicago Bears … Continue reading NFL Season Predictions
By: Aiden Holczer My name is Aiden Holczer, I’m currently a Junior at Heritage Highschool. I was born and raised in New Jersey until 2010 when my family decided to move from the place they lived in all their life … Continue reading About Aiden
By: Halie Holland Hello! In case you didn’t know, I’m Halie Holland. I am eighteen years old and was born on April 30th, 2001 in Warrenton, VA. I am currently a senior at Heritage High School. I come from a … Continue reading All About Halie Holland
By: Twumasi Duah-Mensah It’s pronounced /choo-MAH-see-DOO-uh-MEN-suh/. The foreign name comes from my parents who immigrated from the West African country of Ghana twenty years ago. I’ve been there twice and went just this summer. As we drove through forests of … Continue reading Who Is Twumasi Duah-Mensah?