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Bean Bribery

November 19, 2013 Jackson Buckner 0

It happens to the best of us, running into fifth hour late, the teacher gives you that dreaded “tardy” look. All you did was get lunch, how were you supposed to know it wasn’t an advisory day?

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Football season comes to a close

November 5, 2013 Spencer Goldstein 0

The Heritage eagles football season has come to an end and they finished with the record of 5-5. The team clinched the playoffs yet again this year but fell to Mountain Range in a dramatic loss, losing by only 4 points (24-20).

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Mystery Inc. unmasks best costumes

November 5, 2013 Devan Walsh 0

When they walked in on Thursday, the hallways lit up. Mystery Inc. was one of the many groups that dressed up for Halloween, but what makes them special is that they have been planning this for weeks.

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Helping the hungry

November 5, 2013 Brendan Allen 0

Walking out of the Student Center, it is hard to miss the stacked cans of food in the display case directly across the hallway. But these cans of food are more than meets the eye, or mouth rather.

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A new love for BMX

November 5, 2013 Ronnie Peltz 0

Connor Spaulding ’17 has been riding BMX for almost five years.“It’s been about 4 years since I’ve started but I have been riding competitively for only a year now,” says Spaulding.

BMX, the competitive motor bike sport, is something that was introduced to Spaulding by a friend.

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Cultural school differences

November 5, 2013 mmai 0

Students from North America to Australia to China have varied times, months, and frequency of when they come to school.

From about seven until two, Heritage students are at school where they learn from multiple teachers. The teaching lasts five days a week constantly until the weather changes and holiday breaks give students a time to refresh themselves. In America, this is the average school life for every child. In some countries, this time is considered too early and some Heritage students agree.

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One-Way to disaster

November 5, 2013 Brendan Allen 0

Getting a feel for navigating the labyrinth of hallways and staircases is an imperative part of high school, and one that is visibly bewildering to the inexperienced freshman class.