April, 2017


Denver Women March for Rights

On January 21, 2017, thousands of women and men assembled to celebrate feminism and womanhood in Downtown Denver. After the massive march in Washington D.C., women’s rights activists organized a wave of marches across the country and world wide.

Signing Day Boasts Skilled Athletes

On Wednesday, February 1, National Signing Day took place at high schools all over the country. This day allows many high school athletes who are continuing to be involved in their sport at the next level to formally sign to their university of choice.

Later start dates stress AP students

Every April, AP students and teachers alike feel the pressure of the ever-approaching, oh-so dreaded test days. This year, however, the April “Crunch Time” took on a whole new meaning.

Webassign acts as busy work for students

As a students who has used Webassign for three of my five science classes, I think that I can easily say that instead of wasting my time googling answers to questions I haven’t even read, my time would be better spent looking at a study guide and spending time on things I actually need to know and asking questions.

MAD Week Kicks Off

This year’s MAD Week takes place the week of April 17. Members of Community Relations gave the student body themes to vote from, which included medical aid, poverty aid and education aid.

A Cure for Weirdness

The first thought that popped into my head after watching A Cure For Wellness was ¨what the heck did I just watch?¨I first wanted to see the film directed by Gore Verbinski after I finished binge watching Shutter Island and The Babadook. I wanted something that would send chills up my spine but wasn’t so demonic that I wouldn’t be able to sleep for the next week.

Heritage Introduces Boys’ Volleyball

New year, new coach, new sport. Heritage High volleyball hired a new head volleyball coach and to make an impact on the Heritage community, Hannah Eberle, started a boys’ volleyball team.