This article discusses substance use, mental disorders, and suicide. If you or someone you know is struggling with a substance use disorder, visit SAMHSA’s National Helpline Website or call 1-800-662-HELP (4357.) If you or someone you know is experiencing suicidal … Continue reading The Long-Lived Maze of Substance Use Treatment
By: Eli Duah-Mensah Picture a rapper. Who is the first one who comes to mind? If you are more old school, you may think of Ice Cube, OutKast, Jay-Z, Snoop Dog, or Method Man. Or perhaps you are more of a modern person who prefers artists like Kendrick Lamar, Pusha T, J. Cole, or Big Sean. But maybe you just don’t like rap at all; maybe you are a pop-punk fan. You like the Blink-182s, the Paramores, the Green Days, The All-American Rejects. Okay, do you have your picture now? Did you think of Machine Gun Kelly? Maybe you did, … Continue reading Raise Your Hand if You Stan MGK
What is Substance Use? This article discusses substance use, and mental disorders. If you or someone you know is struggling with a substance use disorder, visit SAMHSA’s National Helpline Website or call 1-800-662-HELP (4357.) If you or someone you know is experiencing suicidal thoughts, or just need to talk to someone, call 988, text HOME to 741-741, or visit the 988 Suicide Lifeline Website. You can purchase Naloxone (Narcan) at CVS without a prescription, and the CDC provides online training for administration. You deserve to be here. Have a wonderful day. This article is a two-part series on addiction; this … Continue reading What is Substance Use?
Heritage High School’s favorite lunch spot is only gonna be around for another two weeks… Continue reading Rolesville Bojangles to Close 4/15!
Growing up in the 2000s, every little girl went to Claire’s. Many went there to get their ears pierced and to buy the newest jewelry you could split with your best friend. Now, they have something for older kids! Read to find out! Continue reading Claire’s Body Modifications
Ellis Keipper bids farewell to one of Heritage High School’s most beloved teachers. Continue reading Requiem For A King
It was decided that on March 7th, 2022, Wake County students will no longer be required to wear masks inside the school building. Continue reading Mask Mandates to End in Wake County Schools
By: Nicole Chedraoui and JoAnn Snavely The Big Issue No matter which corner of the world you live in, one thing rings true: poverty is plaguing the world. Although this is an extremely widespread issue, Raleigh is hit hard yearly … Continue reading Tackling the Many Faces of Poverty: How Local FCCLA Members Are Making It Count
Hailey ❤ Three of my best friends have boyfriends, one of them is always talking to someone who’s a real hoot, another-about to get engaged. I absolutely love love! Valentine’s Day, best holiday ever. Celebrating love and the people we … Continue reading They May Be Fictional, but My Love Is Real
Being LGBTQ+ is seemingly–once again–a taboo. The “Don’t Say Gay” bill, a motion proposed by Gov. DeSantis, has just advanced past the senate in Florida’s legislature and is now in the judiciary committee. Despite protests and critique from LGBTQ+ rights … Continue reading “Don’t Say Gay”- A Short Response to DeSantis
By Liela Hafshejani The day is January 13th, 1996. The city is Arlington, Texas. Little Amber Hagerman, age nine, was riding her bike to the local grocery store. That’s when tragedy struck. Jimmie Kevil, a local, saw a man in … Continue reading The History Behind the AMBER Alert
Kara Haselton discusses how there is a common trend of apathy in society, and why that’s a bad thing. Continue reading We Need to Care