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Uniforms benefit students

December 17, 2015 Eva Doherty 0

My opinion that we should have school uniforms in school is an unpopular one, and yet when speaking with my cousin I cannot help but notice the beneficial impact that it has had on her education. She doesn’t need to worry about looking good for school, and isn’t distracted by the flashy outfits by her peers.

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You are what you eat

May 13, 2015 Gianna Beasley 0

The saying “you are what you eat” isn’t taken as seriously as it should be. Everything that enters the body either hurts it or helps it; there’s no in between.

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Silencing journalism

May 12, 2015 Brendan Allen 0

Having been a reporter and an online editor for the school newspaper, I have had to deal with a variety of obstacles, from hitting deadlines to setting up interviews. However, the one thing that looms over my head every time I publish an article is not the anxiety of reaching a word count, but the fear that my voice will be silenced or defamed.

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American Sniper under fire

April 4, 2015 Grayson Liggett 0

On January 16th, the movie American Sniper was released to the general public. On the surface this movie seemed like just another war movie showing how “bad” the people we were fighting, and it’s easy to understand how this misrepresentation of the movie is understood. But something commonly overlooked is the movie was based on true events.

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Advisories need advice

March 31, 2015 Nicholas Kaemerer 0

There is an epidemic in Heritage—the epidemic of boring advisories. You can identify these sad happenings by certain characteristics that bad advisories always have.

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