Kobe Bryant’s Return

Kobe Bryant’s Return

Fans wait to see how Kobe Bryant will perform this season By AJ Gray April 12, 2013 was the day some people thought Kobe Bryant’s career would be changed forever.  As Bryant limped to the sidelines, it was clear he had suffered a devastating... READ MORE »»

Varsity Football Takes On James Wood

The Varsity football team looks for momentum during the season in the win against James Wood By Joshua Gray On Friday, August 29, the Varsity football team took on their opponent, James Wood. Being the first game of the season and the weekend... READ MORE »»

Closer than Ever

Closer than Ever

A deeper look into Heritage’s new addition: Pride Time By Olivia Okoebor School is obviously a place for learning; however, it should also be an environment in which you can feel comfortable about voicing your opinions. Heritage has a new... READ MORE »»

Heritage’s Fall Sporting Events

Heritage’s Fall Sporting Events

A brief review of the top five fall sporting events at Heritage By Spencer DuPuis Heritage’s fall sports season is now winding down, so here are the top five games and performances for their sports teams. Golf:   Heritage golf beat Loudoun... READ MORE »»

Democracy or Communism?

Democracy or Communism?

Hong Kong’s people fight for democracy By Andrea Dogbo Democracy by definition is a form of government in which the people choose leaders by voting. 46% of the world nations are democratic. In 1997 when the United Kingdom gave Hong Kong back... READ MORE »»

Glowgolf: A Hole-in-One For Students?

Glowgolf: A Hole-in-One For Students?

Village at Leesburg’s newest attraction is garnering mixed reactions from students By Zach Benson Glowgolf, a glow-in-the-dark miniature golf experience, has opened its doors for the Loudoun community to enjoy 18 unique and colorful holes.... READ MORE »»

Is Bigger Better?

Is Bigger Better?

Apple comes back to battle with the release of two hit devices By Karmine Malhi On September 19, 2014, world-popular technology corporation Apple launched its new and highly anticipated devices- the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. These two new phones... READ MORE »»

Autumn Activities

Autumn Activities

An overview of the events taking place in Loudoun this fall By Amanda Kovalyak Fall is debatably one of the most beautiful seasons, especially in a place with the charm of Loudoun County. Not only is autumn full of color, but with all of the... READ MORE »»

Was It Worth the Wait?

Was It Worth the Wait?

Millions of people waited in line for the revolutionary new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus By Alexis Yu On September 19, 2014, the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were released. Over that weekend, Apple sold over 10 million iPhone 6s and iPhone 6... READ MORE »»

The White House Stands Up to Sexual Assault

The White House Stands Up to Sexual Assault

President Obama announced the launch of the It’s On Us initiative By Mary Sullivan It’s on us. Those three little words embody the Obama Administration’s strategy to take down sexual assault on college campuses. This short and catchy slogan... READ MORE »»

News

Democracy or Communism?

Student protesters chanting on the streets of Hong Kong. Source: nbc.com

Democracy or Communism?

Hong Kong’s people fight for democracy By Andrea Dogbo Democracy by definition is a form of government in which the people choose leaders by voting. 46% of the world nations... Read more »

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Sports

Kobe Bryant’s Return

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April 12, 2013, Kobe Bryant winces in pain as he has just suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon that would sideline him for months. Source: Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE via Getty Images

Kobe Bryant’s Return

Fans wait to see how Kobe Bryant will perform this season By AJ Gray April 12, 2013 was the day some people thought Kobe Bryant’s career would be changed forever.  As Bryant... 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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