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March 2019

Features

What to do over Spring Break

These are just a few potential possibilities that may enhance this year’s break. Regardless of if you are going on vacation or remaining at home, there are an abundance of ways to ensure a successful spring break. Keep Reading

Opinion

Play it safe

As the crime rate continues to rise, schools should emphasize the preventative nature of self-defense classes to ensure the safety of their students and prepare them for whatever challenges they may face. Keep Reading

Features

When dimes mean more than dollars

When sophomore Joshua Hoffman gave his first speech at 4 years old, his mom wrote him just one line to say. But don’t let that deceive you. By the time he was 7, the March of Dimes selected Hoffman as a national ambassador, traveling to 20 states and more than 60 cities to speak in front of thousands of people to raise awareness about premature births. Keep Reading

Sports

Built to win: Heritage’s long-lasting tradition

At this point in the school year, Heritage has once again succeeded in establishing itself as a dominant force in high school athletics, no matter the sport. Though the varsity football team fell short of winning another championship, Heritage showcased its winning culture as the girls and boys varsity soccer teams, the girls varsity basketball team and the girls golf team all earned state titles. Keep Reading

Opinion

Subject Tests: Not Worth the Time

As my junior year is coming to a close and senior year begins creeping up, I think about college and begin to ask myself, “Where should I apply and what is required for me to get accepted?” Of course, I am on top of my junior year grades and am currently studying for the ACT and have already taken the SAT. However, I and many of my friends are now grappling with SAT Subject Tests, a gray area of the college admissions process that is always a question whether to take them. it. Keep Reading

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