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Who Wants to be a Mathematician?

Twenty Heritage students sat down Sept. 12 to take the first round of the Who Wants to be a Mathematician (WWTBAM) competition. The test, hosted by the American Mathematical Society, consists of 10 questions, and students who answer at least seven correctly advanced to the second qualifying round. Keep Reading


Mix and mingle

While new students may be apprehensive about entering a new environment, the mixer provides a way for students feel more comfortable with their ninth grade counterparts. Keep Reading


Class of 2019 makes National Merit history

Part of approximately 16,000 honorees across the country, 70 seniors received the title of 2019 National Merit Semifinalist this past week, the highest number the school has ever had. In addition, 21 students qualified as National Merit Commended Scholars, giving the school a total of 91 nationally recognized students. Keep Reading


Raucous confirmation hearing wraps up

Friday marked the end of a weeklong confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Over the course of the hearing, the Senate floor repeatedly dissolved into partisan disputes, with Kavanaugh himself sometimes forgotten amid arguments from both sides of the aisle. Keep Reading

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