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  • Rock Springs, Wyoming by William Brashier
    01/07/2014

    Rock Springs, Wyoming, 2006

    We in our trailer, one mile out of town.

    Two bedrooms with holes in walls.

    Memories in the carpet

    Old family pictures on the wall.

    Home.

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  • THE DATE by Victoria Sandoval
    01/06/2014

     

     

    Marcus’s dirty grubby fingers better not touch that popcorn. We were at the movies watching The Internship, Marcus was on my left and Anthony was on my right. I honestly [...]

  • ART OR ENTERTAINMENT by Camper Ruybal
    12/03/2013

     

    For years the gaming community has enjoyed the constant feed of new games with better graphics or that new map. It just seems like there is always something completely new in [...]

  • DAISY by McKenzie Walker
    11/15/2013

    Image courtesy Hailey Owens

    Mom had that look in her eyes again Like an absence of reality. She sent me away for another cab ride around town, She told me for only [...]

  • REPLACED by Alicia Pfaff
    11/01/2013

    Image courtesy Jessi Proulx

    We had matching lockets,

    Gold with engraved words,

    Best Friends on the front.

    The [...]

  • PUBLIC SPEAKING by Gage Thomas
    10/21/2013

    Image by Camper Ruybal

     

    So there I was in front of the class, my turn to present next. Of all days to give a presentation for a final project, it had [...]

  • INCOMING HOMECOMING
    10/21/2013

    HOMECOMING HOWL staff photographers Jessi Proulx, George Stokes, Camper Ruybal & Marcus Hendrickson delivered the goods!

    You can order prints through Flickr for only 9 cents each! Or print them out on your own photo [...]

  • PERFORMER vs. AUDIENCE
    10/04/2013

     Performer:

    In all honesty, no one really understands what we performers go through. They see us put on our performance one time. They think it’s as easy as 1-2-3. [...]

  • PROJECT 11 by Marcus Hendrickson
    10/01/2013

    Images by Marcus Hendrickson

     

    With the Heritage wolf pack surrounding the stands and a crisp cool air giving a warning of the rain to come, Heritage Football walked [...]

  • SENIORITIS by Julia Garcia
    04/17/2013

    We start out three feet tall in elementary school. We gain a few feet in middle school, puberty leads us into high school. Before we know it, we’re putting on our caps and gowns at [...]

  • The RANT ::: HELMET HEAD
    04/15/2013

    Transportation says a lot about a person—and four wheels are so old school. Not only are they bold and exciting, motorcycles are pretty practical. Generally, motorcycles cost less in terms of repairs and parts. Motorcycle insurance is also cheaper, and less expensive than insuring an entire car. The average cost of motorcycle insurance is nearly ¼ the price of auto insurance. They have better gas mileage, which saves time and money. In terms of road tax, the motorcyclist also pays lesser road tax because the motorcycle occupies lesser road space. Also they take up less space and it’s easier to find a parking spot. “Motorcycles turn a wimp into a man,” says HHS senior, Lika Zinchenko [...]

  • IT GETS BETTER
    03/29/2013

    I first started thinking about my sexual orientation on a field trip in middle school. We were going swimming. I saw my friend changing clothes and realized I was looking at them differently. That was [...]

  • IT GETS BETTER
    03/29/2013

    I first started thinking about my sexual orientation on a field trip in middle school. We were going swimming. I saw my friend changing clothes and realized I was looking at them differently. That was [...]

  • REALSCHULE
    03/28/2013

    On March 18-19 eighteen students from Bavaria, Germany came to Heritage to get a taste of American high school for three weeks. One of the students, Svenja, has enjoyed many of her new [...]

  • PI DAY!
    03/14/2013

    March 14 (3/14) is Pi Day, a celebration of the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter — one of the most beautiful and confounding numbers in mathematics. It’s technically written as [...]

  • Dakota Clevidence wins WIAA Athlete Award
    03/14/2013

    Each week throughout the school year, the Washington Interscholastic Athletic Administration recognizes varsity athletes who exhibited an outstanding performance for the previous week.

    One of this weeks winners is HHS baseball’s own [...]

  • GO BRITNI
    03/08/2013

    Britni Atwell had to find gym time wherever, whenever it was available.

    For much of a six-year stretch, she coached herself, doing anything for gymnastics.

    “It’s more than just a sport. It’s everything,” [...]

  • THE BURNS
    03/06/2013

     

     

    Alright guys, bros, boys and men. It’s time to talk toilets.

    We see this all the time; it’s in almost every guys’ bathroom in this school: The burns on the [...]

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PERSPECTIVES by Dmitriy Ivanchuk

HHS junior Dmitriy Ivanchuk took photos inspired by the poem Perspectives, by Bassel Almasalmeh. He then mixed the photos and the spoken-aloud poem and what’s created is a meditation on city life.

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BARK AT THE MOON

Night owls that were awake at 2:30 AM on Tuesday were treated to a double fisted astronomical anomaly, a “Blood moon” and a lunar eclipse. HHS’s Camper Ruybal & Tristan Walz were two students up at that hour.

 

Photos by Camper Ruybal & Tristan Walz

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ART by George Stokes

George Stokes on the power of Art as self expression, self empowerment, self improvement, and Art as survival. Just in time for Confidence Week.

CONFIDENCE

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STAR SPANGLED HEART by Liz Vuziy

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“During World War II, Men in America left to fight, while the women remained at home. Propaganda played a big role for all women. Women were encouraged to take the men’s places and were encouraged to do their very best to contribute to the war effort. This series focuses on the contributions that women made  and how their sacrifices helped shape America into what it is today.”

PHOTOS and WORDS by Liz Vuziy
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