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February 28, 2018

Photo: Joanne Haner

Student talents cater to the Fine Arts Festival

In a day dedicated to the Arts, the Fine Arts Festival and Spring Fling exhibited student talents with a variety of performances and artwork while clubs also raised money for a variety of causes. The Fine Arts Festival was held in the 3000 and Spring Fling on the back field and basketball courts behind the 3000, due to the current construction of the new building on the basketball courts located on the left of the 3000, from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Keep Reading

Photos submitted by Lee Friedman and Madison Paez
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Patriot pre-professionals

Students at American Heritage have endless opportunities to discover their passions. In the case of these three seniors, the internships they have participated in through their respective pre-professional programs have taught them invaluable lessons and brought irreplaceable memories.   Pre-Med: Senior Lee Friedman Since Friedman was born, his parents have encouraged him to become a doctor instead of lawyers like them. Upon breaking his wrist in eighth grade while playing football, Friedman grew fascinated with the x-ray images of his… Keep Reading

Photo: Kalya Rubenstein
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Creativity for a cause

Together with National Honor Society, National English Honor Society, National Art Honor Society, Rho Kappa History Honor Society, Key Club, Tikkun Olam, and AHS Dance Company and Fine Arts Department, junior Mikhal Ben-Joseph works to promote genocide recognition through her organization, The Butterfly Project. Keep Reading

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