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Students react to updated AP exams

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, College Board announced in April that AP exams would be administered virtually with some changes. The change had warranted many mixed emotions among students, however. … Keep Reading

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Olympics put on hold in until 2021

For the fourth time in history, the Olympic Committee postponed the Summer Olympic Games for one year. The Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Back released news March 17 that the opening Olympic ceremony … Keep Reading

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COVID-19 claims 2020 senior festivities

The COVID-19 crisis continues its worldwide plunder, but seniors feel the effects on an extra-personal level. High school principal Mrs. Elise Blum sent a video update to the Class of 2020 Friday, April 10, in which she broke some news … Keep Reading

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Give admits more time to decide

Typically, admitted students will visit campus with their families or attend “admitted student days” on the physical campus while getting to know current students and other admits. However, considering the current coronavirus pandemic has temporarily shut down most college campuses, … Keep Reading

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Where to buy cheaper books

These five online retailers not only continue business during quarantine, they also provide books (including those from the summer reading list) at a significantly discounted price. … Keep Reading

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How to help in a needing time

As COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc globally, the quarantine mandate continues to remain in effect. Check out these different organizations to see how you can volunteer during a time that can use all the help it can get. … Keep Reading

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Mr. Rovere’s road to Heritage

Tucked away in the math competition room of the 2000 building is Mr. Richard Rovere, math director of Mu Alpha Theta, Heritage’s math competition team. Having started the math competition team around 16 years ago, Mr. Rovere, with the help … Keep Reading

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Flip or Flop: Junior year

Junior year offered everything my beloved upperclassmen warned me about and more. I cried, failed and questioned myself more than I had in perhaps all of elementary and middle school years combined. Yet, past that cloud of doubt, I learned, … Keep Reading

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Taking on a new form of television

As kids grow up and develop their own tastes in entertainment, they find themselves leaving some of their childhood interests behind. With the increase in technology across all ages, a lot of the content that once interested kids is no … Keep Reading

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Same Style, New Artists

Music tends to reflect the style of that particular era, with 60s classic rock transforming into 70s and 80s discos and so on throughout the decades. Recently, however, artists broke the bounds of time and brought back old styles in … Keep Reading

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