The Paw Print

The Paw Print

The Paw Print

Longest Playoff Drought Broken After 21 years

Cole Broyhill, staff writer October 3, 2022

It was a 3-2 count to Cal Raleigh the Oakland A's and Seattle Mariners tied 1-1 bottom of the 9th 2 outs. Cal Raleigh could be the game winning runner or another out to go to extra innings. As the pitch...

Rory Kaplan speaks during the walkout at Heritage

Heritage Walkout Protests Proposed Restrictions on Transgender Students

Tristan Hasseman; Emma Sihavong, Editors in Chief September 29, 2022

 At 2 pm on Tuesday September 27th, students at Heritage High School walked out of class in a peaceful protest against Governor Glenn Youngkin's recently proposed bill concerning school policies for transgender...

Student Walkout- A Disruption to the Learning Process or an Impetus to Thinking?

Amna Farooq, Staff Writer September 28, 2022

On September 27, 2022, students from all over Virginia participated in a state-wide walkout in protest against Governor Glenn Youngkin's policies regarding LGBTQ students. This was a protest known as...

Duke University Offering Courses for Aspiring Social Media Influencers

Duke University Offering Courses for Aspiring Social Media Influencers

Lucy Tiokeng, Staff Writer July 18, 2022

As time goes by and technology continues to develop, new jobs have started to emerge. Social media outlets like Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok have become resourceful occupational outlets for people who...

Journalists in Ukraine

Taegan Wilczynski, Staff Writer May 10, 2022

Journalists in Ukraine are risking their lives to document these important events in history. The images and videos that these journalists capture are helping to share with the world the truth about what...

The Affect of Covid on Heritage

The Affect of Covid on Heritage

Mason Lamb, Staff Writer May 6, 2022

The Covid-19 pandemic changed a lot of things for everybody, higher prices for everything, masks have to be on whenever indoors, but the one thing that was affected the most was schools. The online year...

Is Our Recycling Actually Recycled?

Is Our Recycling Actually Recycled?

Tristan Hasseman and Maddie Scassa April 6, 2022

Our recycling actually gets recycled right? That's not a question most people debate due to the seeming obviousness of the answer.  However, in recent years global recycling has struggled: in 2017 ,only...

Club Highlight- AASA

Club Highlight- AASA

Emma Sihavong, Editor March 8, 2022

AASA, also known as the Asian American Student Association, was started this year by senior Kenny Nguyen. The club was started to bring Asian students in the Heritage High School community together, as...

Gender Equality in Sports

Gender Equality in Sports

Kayla Douglas, Staff Writer February 14, 2022

Gender equality is a big issue we have struggled with for a long time in all aspects of society, even in sports.  It wasn't until the 19th century that women were able to participate in sports, but even...

A coal fired power plant on the Ohio River just West of Cincinnati

The Hot Truth About Climate Change

Mason Lamb, Staff Writer February 14, 2022

Climate change is an international problem that, if not stopped, could harm the earth significantly more than it already does. Human actions are mainly responsible for the steady rise of climate change....

HHS Teachers Thoughts on the Grading Policy

HHS Teachers Thoughts on the Grading Policy

Mason Lamb, Staff Writer January 12, 2022

The Loudoun County Public Schools grading policies is a hot topic. The introduction of the new grading policy was introduced to schools in the 2021-22 school year. There are positive and negative points...

Astroworld TRAVISty

Astroworld TRAVISty

Erica Ellison, Staff Writer January 1, 2022

Friday, November 5, 2021 marked a very tragic day for many families. About 50,000 people went to attend Travis Scott's Astroworld Festival which was completely sold out. 1o lives were taken during this...

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