By: Darius Thornton Picture this: you have a movie you’ve been wanting to see for months. Whether the trailers intrigued you, an actor you like stars in the film, whatever the case, you wanted to go to the theater to … Continue reading The Disconnect Between Audiences and Critics in Modern Cinema
By: A’Breya Young Lights… camera…. prison. For the ladies of Litchfield Correctional Facility, the daily struggle of sleeping on concrete slabs, eating slop, working hard labor, and searching for a lawyer are all in front of the spotlight. It leaves … Continue reading Acting To Change Lives
By: Aiden Holczer College sports, one of America’s most popular pastimes, and a multi-billion dollar industry. Since its infancy, one thing has remained constant: the schools have profited immensely while the athletes have received no recognized financial compensation outside of … Continue reading NCAA vs. Pay-to-Play
By: Aiden Holczer “Your honor, the government calls Daniel Hernandez”. At that moment, Brooklyn native and rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine, was about to become the most famous rat in recent memory. Ratting, snitching, complying, it has many names. Personally, I believe … Continue reading Tekashi 6ix9ine: New York City’s Second-Worst Rat Problem
By: Vivian Shillingsburg A parent’s job is to shape their child and to help them along the path of finding who they want to be. Children are a reflection of their parents. A huge factor of that is a child’s … Continue reading How Do Parents Influence Their Kids’ Political Views?
By: Nicole Chedraoui Stop right here! Have you finished watching Stranger Things 3? If your answer is no, just be warned that this is spoiler central, so read at your own risk! If you’re anything like me, when Stranger Things … Continue reading Stranger Things 4: We’re Not in Hawkins Anymore?
By: Nicole Chedraoui After months of memes and anticipation, the date of the Area 51 raid finally came, and the outcome of it was nothing like we expected. On the morning of September 20th, people of all ages poured into … Continue reading A Look Back at the Area 51 Raid: Here’s What “Went” Down
By: Vivian Shillingsburg As a teenager myself, I know that life can be really stressful. Balancing school, sports, friends, and time to yourself can be extremely difficult. It seems to be impossible, however, I’ve noticed that everyday when my dog … Continue reading The Benefits of Pets for Teenage Mental Health
By: Darius Thornton The idea of freedom of speech has long been synonymous with the United States and democracy as a whole. The right to express ourselves as we please is something we often take for granted, considering it is … Continue reading The Reality of Free Speech
By: Aiden Holczer The United Fighting Alliance, more commonly known as the UFC, is the premiere fighting organization in the ever expanding world of mixed martial arts (MMA). The UFC has been given the difficult task of advertising an inherently … Continue reading Israel Adesanya: The UFC’s Next Cash Cow
By: Adam Perkinson If you’ve had any connection to the internet in the last month, then you’ve probably heard of the new iPhone…well, more like iPhones. There are 3 different models this year: the regular 11, the 11 Pro, and … Continue reading Want to Overpay for a Laptop? Buy a MacBook.
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