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Angela Lin has 31 articles published.

Angela Lin is a senior at American Heritage School. This is her fourth year on staff, and she is Co-Editor of The Patriot Post with Amber Bhutta, her better half. Graphic design is her passion, and she plans to pursue it in college. In addition to being Co-Editor-in-Chief, she is also the historian for NHS. When she’s not working on the news magazine, she enjoys taking pictures, eating ethnic sandwiches, painting, and playing piano. Angela runs her own photography company. You can visit her website at alinphoto.wix.com/home to purchase photos or schedule a photo shoot.
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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

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Pre-Law members party for a great cause

The Pre-Law Society hosted its third annual Party with a Purpose at Sparez Bowling Alley Nov. 10 to benefit multiple foster programs that Kids in Distress sponsors. Kids in Distress is a charity that focuses on the prevention of child abuse, preservation of the family and treatment of abused and neglected children. Keep Reading

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Heritage hosts a freshman tailgate and welcome tailgate for new students and families

It’s not always a thrilling experience to attend a new school. To ease the atmosphere between new students and families, freshman class advisor Mrs. Jessica Burns, Student Government Association (SGA) and the Parent-Teacher Association (PTO) hosted a freshman tailgate to welcome new students and a welcome tailgate for their families before last Friday’s football game as it was moved from September 15 because of Hurricane Irma. Keep Reading

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