Yet Another Farewell Address: A Senior Editorial

Yet Another Farewell Address: A Senior Editorial

Listen, it’s not you; it’s me By Garrett Bell Over the course of my high school years I have opened up an infinitesimal amount of documents in Microsoft Word. As a disclaimer, I have never been able to put down the right words in the right... READ MORE »»

Goodbye Class of 2014: A Senior Editorial

Goodbye Class of 2014: A Senior Editorial

So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, goodbye By Sarah Coyle High school has been long. I think everyone can agree on that. For the past four years, our lives have been dominated by a nine-to-four schedule. Heritage High School has used a one-size-fits-all... READ MORE »»

Goodbye High School, Hello Real World: A Senior Editorial

Goodbye High School, Hello Real World: A Senior Editorial

As one chapter ends, another begins By Morgan Flanders As graduation draws close, thoughts of the future begin to plague our minds. We begin to ask questions like, “Will I ever see these people again?”, and “What am I going to do with... READ MORE »»

Graduation and Time and How I’m Weird: A Senior Editorial

Graduation and Time and How I’m Weird: A Senior Editorial

Graduation and Time and How I’m Weird An extremely pretentious rambling on graduation and its implications By Aiden Orr A friend who took AP Psych once told me that time passes quicker the older you get because each year becomes a much smaller... READ MORE »»

SCA Senior Spotlights

SCA Senior Spotlights

The inside scoop from SCA seniors By Luz Ulloa The Student Council Association (SCA) at Heritage is a goal-oriented club and class that tries their very best to get as many things done with the school and for the students. For the seniors in... READ MORE »»

From Heritage to Hopkins

From Heritage to Hopkins

Jasmine Malhi’s future looks bright By Kenzie Scanlon Hard working and dedicated senior Jasmine Malhi is finishing up her days in the halls of Heritage and preparing to continue her success into the halls of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore,... READ MORE »»

Duty Calls

Duty Calls

Senior Hudson Pruss plans to serve his nation By Haille Giannini Heritage High School’s very own senior, Hudson Pruss, has decided to go into the Army after he finishes up his final days of high school. Pruss will be following in the footsteps... READ MORE »»

The Final Farewell

The Final Farewell

Seniors prepare for graduation By Taylor Fraser As the Heritage seniors say goodbye to the place that has become their home for the last four years and the people who have become their family, they are learning to be independent and preparing... READ MORE »»

There’s No Place Like Home

There’s No Place Like Home

Two seniors who believe staying in Virginia is the right choice By Katie Aylward Although many seniors want to get out of Virginia and attend an out of state college, there are many others who have decided to stay within Virginia borders. Not... READ MORE »»

Caps and Gowns - It’s That Time of the Year

Caps and Gowns – It’s That Time of the Year

Senior graduation is just around the corner By Bella Adzemovic The school year is coming to an end and most students will be moving up a grade level although one fourth of the student body will be leaving this place for good. There are two completely... READ MORE »»

News

To Legalize or Criminalize, That is the Question

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A map detailing the status of marijuana in different states.

To Legalize or Criminalize, That is the Question

The nation and states debate on the correct legal status for Cannabis By Garrett Bell In the midst of a public debate over cannabis, 18 members of Congress have sent a letter to... Read more »

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Sports

The Long Road to Recovery

The Long Road to Recovery

How injuries have affected student athletes and the long road back By Taylor Fraser “Every year High school athletes account for an estimated 2 million injuries and 500,000... Read more »

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Editorials

Yet Another Farewell Address: A Senior Editorial

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Calvin and Hobbes contains words to live by.

Yet Another Farewell Address: A Senior Editorial

Listen, it’s not you; it’s me By Garrett Bell Over the course of my high school years I have opened up an infinitesimal amount of documents in Microsoft Word. As a disclaimer,... Read more »

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Features

The Trip of a Lifetime

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While in Cuba, Ms. Biggers poses for a picture with her bus driver and tour guide.

The Trip of a Lifetime

Over the summer Ms. Biggers visited Cuba through a cultural school program By Lorraine Orlowsky On July 6th, Ms. Maria Biggers, one of the Spanish teachers at Heritage High School,... Read more »

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School Features

Run, Boys, Run!

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Al Capp’s homely young Sadie Hawkins and her father hatch a plan to get her a husband, the origin for the infamous dance.

Run, Boys, Run!

Every high school student has heard of a Sadie Hawkins dance, when the gender expectations are reversed and, for once, girls ask boys while boys silently worry. For all the stress... Read more »

Opinions

National Security Agency or Nosey Snooping Agency?

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A political cartoon describing the methods of the NSA

National Security Agency or Nosey Snooping Agency?

Why barricading your parents out of your bedroom is no longer enough By Garrett Bell Since its invention by Al Gore sometime in the late 1970’s, the Internet has served as a... Read more »

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