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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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Privacy Lost

November 5, 2013 Natalie Cozart 0

Airline passengers’ bodies are now protected virtually, but are subjected to more intensive pat-downs.

On October 4, 2013, the Transportation Security Administration oversaw a change in security regulations for passengers discouraged by the invasive security checks.

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“North Colorado” proposes problems

October 3, 2013 Natalie Cozart 0


Copious rural counties in Colorado will vote in November on whether or not succession is the next step to proclaim their discontent on gun, energy, livestock and oil regulation laws.

Ten Colorado counties including Cheyenne, Kit Carson, Lincoln, Logan, Morgan, Phillips, Sedgwick, Washington, Weld and Yuma have agreed to the proposition of succeeding along with two Kansas counties and parts of west Nebraska. If the vote is passed by Congress, then the counties will form the fifty-first state of America called “North Colorado.”

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Chuck Hagel confirmed as Secretary of Defense

March 4, 2013 Erika Davidoff 0

The United States’ new Secretary of Defense is a decorated war veteran and recipient of two Purple Hearts. He’s a former investment banker, a former CEO and a former senator. As a young man, he was a community organizer for Ronald Reagan’s presidential campaign. He’s a professor at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, and he heads the Atlantic Council, a think tank that strives to strengthen trade and economic bonds between the U.S. and the nations of the Eurasian continent. Chuck Hagel, if nothing else, is a highly accomplished man.

“I am very optimistic about Hagel as secretary, and think he is very qualified,” says Kaylene Wright ’13. “He is a veteran, he has voluntarily opted out of the ‘safer’ option, and works hard for veterans and their families now.”

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Diving off the fiscal cliff

February 11, 2013 Audrey Moylan 0

The phrase “fiscal cliff” has been spreading like wildfire through newspapers, books, magazines, blogs, websites, economics classes and discussions around the world. The Council on Foreign Relations explains that “fiscal cliff” refers to a time when, if there are no changes made to the nation’s financial laws, taxes increase, government spending decreases and its deficit slowly reduces. The most immediate effect involves increasing the income tax and stopping the tax breaks.

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An inconvenient truth now a reality

January 23, 2013 Ronnie Peltz 0

The world’s animal population is rapidly declining everyday due to climate change. The polar bear is one of the many species in danger in part due to its melting habitat. In the last century, the earth has warmed approximately 1 degree Fahrenheit. These changes taking place in the climate are putting animals such as the polar bear in great danger.

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Moving Zoe out of Town

January 17, 2013 Taylor Lanning 0

Zoe Van De Voorde, Heritage graduate of 2010, evacuated her NYU dorm room because of a storm named Sandy.

“The night Sandy blew in, she knocked out my power and water. My roommates and I had a peanut butter and jelly party for dinner. We watched “Magic Mike” and slept through the worst part if the storm,” says Van De Voorde.

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