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COVID Protocols

As the Omicron variant of COVID-19 spreads like wildfire, schools must adapt to what we will once again call the new normal. Dec. 31, Dr. Laurie issued an email saying that Heritage will be continuing all of its previous policies, … Keep Reading

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Coronavirus + Flu = Flurona

Picture this: the annual flu season that infects between five and 20 percent of the United States each year, combined with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic that has killed 5,481,302 people as of Jan. 6, 2022. This phenomenon has become a … Keep Reading

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Holiday Bazaar

This year’s Holiday Bazaar, held in the student center, boasted a variety of local businesses and realtors. (Photo/Kayra Dayi) … Keep Reading

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Hall-Mark or Hall-Miss

I have to admit that Hallmark movies, while delightfully romantic and sweet, can be a little exaggerated and predictable. Regardless of the criticism, I stand by my choice that Hallmark movies are an iconic holiday tradition. (Photo/Hallmark) … Keep Reading

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Parents should get longer maternity leave

In the United States, mothers are allotted 12 weeks of unpaid maternity leave if they meet the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) criteria, which includes “[having] worked for their employer at least 12 months, at least 1,250 hours over … Keep Reading

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Mrs. Sydney Herman

Mrs. Sydney Herman, academic advisor, loves to spend her time helping kids. With two kids of her own, whom she describes as her “inspiration and motivation in life,” Mrs. Herman chose a career in academic advising in order to help … Keep Reading

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Student Owned Small Business to Check Out

Stuck at home during the pandemic, students had lots of time on their hands to bury themselves in social media, stalk celebrities’ accounts and scroll on TikTok all day long. Freshman Kangana Modi took advantage of this extra time … Keep Reading

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COVID Protocols

As the Omicron variant of COVID-19 spreads like wildfire, schools must adapt to what we will once again call the new normal. Dec. 31, Dr. Laurie issued an email saying that Heritage will be continuing all of its previous policies, … Keep Reading

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Work hard, think hard

Engaging in physical activity makes it easier for the brain to retain information by making original brain cells sharper and producing new cells, thus improving students’ academic performance. So, to prepare for that math test, students might benefit from running … Keep Reading

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Classical music in the world

Mozart. Beethoven. Bach. Liszt. While these men lived and died centuries ago, their names are immortalized in the classical music they composed. Originating in Western Europe, classical music spans more than a millennium and was traditionally classified into six distinct … Keep Reading

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A Movie Review: Spider-Man No Way Home

Spider-Man No Way Home follows our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man as he takes on the multiverse while also trying to cope with the bombshell of the previous movie when his secret identity is revealed to the world. Before I start this … Keep Reading

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