In another edition of ‘Spotlight on Rising Stars’, staffer JoAnn Snavely introduces the Herald readers to Housing Co. and fanclubwallet, exclusive audio interview included! Continue reading Spotlight on Rising Stars: Housing Co.
In another edition of ‘Spotlight on Rising Stars’, staffer JoAnn Snavely introduces the Herald readers to Housing Co. and fanclubwallet! Continue reading Spotlight on Rising Stars: fanclubwallet
Movies that feel like the very beauty of life itself, scenes that are stunningly touching, and art that transcends boundaries all describe Studio Ghibli movies. Dive into the world of Ghibli with Gabrielle’s article this week! Continue reading For the Love of Ghibli
This article talks about depression. If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts, call 988 or text 741-741. If you would like to speak with an LGBTQ+ specific line, text 678-678 or call 1-866-488-7386. You deserve to be here. Have a wonderful … Continue reading Is It Senioritis, Depression, or Burnout?
Marlee Billiter uncovers the punk scene in a nutshell, describing one of her favorite concerts she’s recently attended: Show Me the Body. Continue reading Show Me the Body: World War Tour
Anna Cox explores the accusations against Nickelodeon’s most successful producer, Dan Schneider. Continue reading The Dark Side of Your Favorite Nickelodeon Shows
When catastrophe struck the small village of East Palestine on February 3rd, the media imploded. Today staffer Nicole Chedraoui talks logistics and gives her take on the emerging environmental crisis. Continue reading Let’s Talk: The Ohio Environmental Crisis
In a new edition of Spotlight on Rising Stars, Herald staffer JoAnn Snavely executed interviews featuring: The Backfires and Sorry Snowman (with audio) Continue reading Spotlight on Rising Stars: Sorry Snowman
In a new edition of Spotlight on Rising Stars, Herald staffer JoAnn Snavely executed interviews featuring: The Backfires and Sorry Snowman. Continue reading Spotlight on Rising Stars: The Backfires
By: Ruby Garff 2023 continues to be a year plagued by gun violence. It seems that every time we look at our phones or turn on the news, we see reports of a new devastating attack. We’ve reached an inevitable … Continue reading The Michigan State University Shooting, “How Many More?”
In this article Heritage Herald staffer Phoenix Robertson discusses her personal connection to The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and how the show does a good job of demonstrating that identity is a spectrum and there is more than one way to be black. Continue reading The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and the Spectrum of Black Identities
Marlee Billiter gives her thoughts on the worst music genre–pop country. Continue reading The Worst Music Genre