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  • SERVING UP STATE

    SERVING UP STATE

    Vinson Veal, Sports Editor

    May 23, 2018

    Both the girl’s and boy’s tennis teams have had great seasons this year. Each team has suffered a few losses, but that didn’t stop them winning the region 6AAAA tournament. The region tournament was hosted at Lakeshore Park in Dalton. Heritage was seeded number one for both the girl’s and boy...

    V. Veal

    V. Veal

  • A SAD DAY FOR ANIMATION

    A SAD DAY FOR ANIMATION

    Alyssa Craig, News Writer

    May 23, 2018

    On April 5th, while most were happily enjoying their spring break, I was crushed to find that one of my favorite writers/directors had passed away earlier that day. He wasn’t just a talented creator, however; he was a lot more. He shaped me with his films. I don’t think I would be the same perso...

    A. Craig

    A. Craig

  • THE R&B GODDESS

    THE R&B GODDESS

    Grace James, Entertainment Writer

    May 23, 2018

    When it comes to listening to good music, you have probably heard the name SZA mentioned before. SZA is the real goddess of R&B music and no one begs to differ. Her recent album “CTRL” is deeply personal on modern romance, which give all the songs endless life. The album’s opening track,“...

    G. James

    G. James

  • STATE SKILLS

    STATE SKILLS

    Alyssa Craig, News Writer

    May 23, 2018

    On March 22, students from the SkillsUSA organization traveled to Atlanta to compete in different state level competitions. Some students competed individually, and some worked together in teams. There was a wide variety of competitions offered there. From carpentry to animation, from firefighting to...

    C. Buckler

    C. Buckler

  • A NECESSARY EVIL?

    A NECESSARY EVIL?

    Emily Smith, News Writer

    May 23, 2018

    Road trips are probably the death of me. Sure it is fun to go out and see a new scenery and hang out with your family or friends, but sitting in a car for hours and hours is pretty boring. I also hate it when you know how long it will take to get to your destination without interruptions, but when you hav...

    E. Smith

    E. Smith

  • A CHILDHOOD FAVORITE

    A CHILDHOOD FAVORITE

    Makaela Patten, Entertainment Writer

    May 23, 2018

    Almost ten years ago my all time, and childhood, favorite movie hit theaters. Walt Disney’s “Ponyo” had its box office debut on April 14, 2009. The movie follows a friendship between five-year-old Sosuke and Ponyo, the daughter of the king of the sea. Ponyo is originally a goldfish, but no ordinar...

    M. Patten

    M. Patten

  • ART OR ARTIST?

    ART OR ARTIST?

    Alyssa Craig, News Writer

    May 23, 2018

    In light of all the recent celebrity scandals and news that once beloved creators and performers may have some dubious moral stances, a question has emerged. While in a lot of these cases the person is undoubtedly terrible and blacklisted, should their work be seen as terrible and be blacklisted wit...

    A. Craig

    A. Craig

  • FALLIN’ FOR YOU

    FALLIN’ FOR YOU

    Grace James, Entertainment Writer

    May 23, 2018

    Summertime beholds a lot of new movies people are dying to see. One in particularly is the remake of 1987 hit “Overboard.” Producers of the remake stated that it was a “fresh take on the ironic comedy.” But it is a remake, so the plot is a little different than the original movie. In the orig...

    G. James

    G. James

  • BACK IN BLACK (AGAIN)

    BACK IN BLACK (AGAIN)

    Shane Morehead, Entertainment Editor

    May 23, 2018

    Sony Pictures has been making some serious progress on their planned(but still untitled) spin-off on the “Men In Black” series. The first two movies went well but lost steam with the third installment. As with many series that showcase a different world, it’s a natural move. We’ve seen that kind of...

    S. Morehead

    S. Morehead

  • LITTLE MEMORIES OF HORRORS

    LITTLE MEMORIES OF HORRORS

    Alyssa Craig, News Writer

    May 23, 2018

    I suppose saying that a 2003 revival musical of a 1960’s cult movie about a man-eating plant voiced by Michael-Leon Wooley really affected my life is kind of weird. It’s true, however. When I was younger⏤I have no clue how young, but young enough⏤and living up north, I went with my friend an...

    A. Craig

    A. Craig

SERVING UP STATE
DID HE DESERVE IT?
THE FINAL FOUR 2018
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STATE SKILLS
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Jhené Aiko

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THE R&B GODDESS

THE R&B GODDESS

May 23, 2018

A CHILDHOOD FAVORITE

A CHILDHOOD FAVORITE

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