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.
“In a galaxy powered by the current, everyone has a gift.” Carve the Mark is Veronica Roth’s newest YA novel, her first since the controversial final installment of the New York Times best-selling Divergent series. Boldly marketed as being the perfect read for “fans of Divergent and Star Wars,” it’s safe to say that Roth’s newest novel has a lot to live up to.
Nostalgia, hard-hitting lyrics and a classic punk-rock rage fuel Green Day’s newest album Revolution Radio to new, yet oddly familiar heights.
After a week of dress-up days, football games, carnival booths, class cheers and–of course–ceiling-shaking screams, the halls of Heritage are starting to quiet down as the “Rock of the Ages” Homecoming Week comes to a close. Although there’s no shortage of activities for students during the week, one event in particular remains the student favorite: the infamous pep assembly that wraps up the week’s “Battle of the Classes.” “By far my favorite thing about Homecoming Week is the pep assembly! Although the competition is tough, win or lose everyone alwaysRead More