Yet Another Farewell Address: A Senior Editorial

Yet Another Farewell Address: A Senior Editorial

June 15, 2014 • Garrett Bell, Editor-In-Chief  
Filed under Editorials, School Related Features, Senior Supplement 2014, Top Stories

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 order before and although preferably an exception will be... Read more »

Goodbye Class of 2014: A Senior Editorial

Goodbye Class of 2014: A Senior Editorial

June 15, 2014 • Sarah Coyle, Copy Editor  
Filed under Editorials, School Related Features, Senior Supplement 2014, Top Stories

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 system to teach us individuality.  We’ve had... Read more »

Goodbye High School, Hello Real World: A Senior Editorial

Goodbye High School, Hello Real World: A Senior Editorial

June 15, 2014 • Morgan Flanders, Reporter  
Filed under Editorials, School Related Features, Senior Supplement 2014, Top Stories

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 my life?” As much as we want the answers to these questions... Read more »

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

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

June 15, 2014 • Aiden Orr, Features Editor  
Filed under Editorials, School Related Features, Senior Supplement 2014, Top Stories

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 part of the fraction of your life. In the context of graduating... Read more »

Playing the Blame Game, Congressional Style

Playing the Blame Game, Congressional Style

October 23, 2013 • Garrett Bell, Editor-in-Chief  
Filed under Editorials, Opinions

 It’s obviously not your fault the government shutdown! By Garrett Bell In the wake of the federal government shutdown, one question has been on every American’s mind: who should I blame and how? It is extremely important to establish fault before taking steps to remedy the problem, especially when... Read more »