May, 2014


Heritage alumnus wins Pulitzer Prize

Starting off in these Heritage hallways as a writer for The Pioneer, Eli Saslow moved on to become the 2014 Pulitzer Prize winner for his series in the Washington Post on the challenges that people face while living on food stamps. The Pulitzer Prize is an award given out thirteen times per year for American Journalism, music, or literature.

Latin Club dominates convention

The Heritage High School Latin Club is one of the smaller clubs at Heritage, but the club’s involvement is one of the greatest.

Quote of the Month

Men’s Fashion Guide – SS14

Spring is here, which means it’s time to put away the mittens and corduroys and put on cool, light summer clothes. Guys: fashion is not just for women, and there are a few key styles this spring that anyone can pull off.

Through the A.P. Lens: Senioritis

The final comic of the year.

HHS helps young leaders

” The spring of 2014 has proved to be a busy season for the students of Heritage High School’s Student Government as they put on their first-ever leadership conference for elementary school students at Wilder Elementary on April 18.”

Rioters plan to protest police brutality every month
On the fifth day of every month, the organization called Occupy Denver and the group Anonymous rally to stage a protest against police brutality.

No bake cookies delight

Jiffy Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies:

These cookies are my Grandma’s homemade recipe and are easy to make in a hurry.