By: Vivian Shillingsburg It’s such a stressful time, trying to prepare yourself for a test that can make or break your grade. It’s hard to keep your mind on anything but these tests that seem to decide your fate. It … Continue reading Stress: Causes, Effects, and Solutions
The first and more humorous of our couple of former teacher tributes this week. This one goes out to former Heritage English teacher Mr. Matt Sellek. Continue reading The Downfall After Sellek
We’re all going through quite a bit of change right now. Halie gives us a good way to look at it. Continue reading Is It Good for a Person to Change?
There are some fashion bandwagons everyone wants to hop onto. These, trends on the other hand, make us lose faith in humanity. Continue reading Top 5 Most Hideous Fashion Trends for 2020: I’m Scared
Vivian discusses something much of the student body suffers through: an introvert’s dilemma. Continue reading The Difference Between Social and Talkative: An Introvert’s Dilemma
Need help getting started on your homework? Read this. Continue reading Procrastination: I’ll Finish This Later…
Operation Wisdom has a very important campaign they need you to support. What’s it about? Continue reading Operation Wisdom’s One Seat Campaign, Explained
By: Halie Holland Before I get into equity issues at Heritage, I must disclose something. This isn’t bashing the school system for equity problems in any way, shape, or form. The sole purpose is to highlight evident issues at schools … Continue reading Equity Gaps In Schools
By: Nicole Chedraoui Calling all teenagers! Are you or someone you know part of the 20% of teens that struggle with a mental illness? Have you ever felt overwhelmed, stressed or anxious due to school, extracurriculars, or even current events … Continue reading The Thin Line between Mental Health and Mental Hazard: Do You Need a Break?
By: A’Breya Young Tag! You’re it! Ready or not, here I come! These are the sounds of childhood—when looking on the sunny side of the rainbow. Lingering on the dark side are twisters of diminishment coming to tear down the … Continue reading Enduring The Pain: One Insult at a Time
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
Everywhere you look… there’s a college scam… Continue reading College Cheating Scandal