Home of the American Heritage student newspaper


Kayla Rubenstein

Kayla Rubenstein has 42 articles published.

As a sophomore, Kayla spends her second year on staff as Assistant Online Editor in Chief and Business Manager of iPatriot Post and the Patriot Post, respectively. Her world consists of reading as many books as she can get her hands on, binge watching Grey’s Anatomy, Supernatural and anything Marvel, sleeping in until noon during the summer and on weekends, baking until no more counter space in her kitchen exists and writing for her favorite news outlet, the Patriot Post.

Avengers: Endgame Movie Review

When Marvel released “Avengers: Infinity War” last year, I thought the movie studio fully destroyed any hopes I had that it would show mercy on its beloved characters. My theory, to my chagrin, proved correct, as “Avengers: Endgame,” the final movie in the 10-year, 22-movie series, proved itself as a movie filled with tears, pain and even more heartbreaking scenes than its predecessor. Keep Reading


Kayla in Sports: Batter (not) up!

Sports may not come to me easily, but “borrowing” things from my younger brother, Dylan, comes like second nature. Dressed in his white stirrups (baseball pants that come up to the knee) and practice jersey (unbeknown to him at the time), I attempted to participate in a baseball practice. Baseball has played a significant role in my life for as long as I can remember. My 13-year-old brother began playing as a toddler, and I have cheered him on since.… Keep Reading


To Save or Not to Save College Emails

Everyday, 10 or so emails from colleges flood my inbox, some from well-known colleges, others from schools I learned about from said emails. The neat-freak part of myself itches to delete all these emails and clean out my otherwise organized inbox, but I somehow felt like saving these emails would prove worthwhile in the long run. This daily dilemma prompted me to research more about the topic and get to the bottom of this debate. Keep Reading

1 2 3 9
Go to Top