The student news site of Midlothian Heritage High School

The Roar

The student news site of Midlothian Heritage High School

The Roar

The student news site of Midlothian Heritage High School

The Roar

The historic Respect for Marriage Act is now in effect and federally protecting all forms of marriage. After being passed incredibly quickly in the House of Representatives, the current president, Joseph Biden signed it in December.

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Equality, Whether In Sickness Or In Health

Mac Fleming IV, Newspaper Managing-Editor
January 3, 2023
In the past, NAEP testing has happened to show  what direction education is going in. Now that the new test scores have come out, figures in education are reeling at the results. Well, I don’t think it’s very [good] because that’s the future, so it probably won’t get much better if it’s starting that low in 4th grade,” Nathaniel Linkous (11) said.

The Nation’s Failing Report Card

Mac Fleming IV, Newspaper Managing-Editor
January 3, 2023
The Times is now back to regularly scheduled coverage with the contract negotiations coming to a close. However, weeks ago, the New York Times staff brought attention to their wants and needs from the owners of the newspaper through a one day strike.

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Strike at the New York Times

Mac Fleming IV, Newspaper Managing-Editor
January 3, 2023
The new social app, Gas, has put everyones notifications on blast. Those that have downloaded the app have many upset reviews and rumors.

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New App Hits The Gas

Avery Myers, Newspaper Editor-in-Chief
November 9, 2022
After COVID-era waivers expire school lunch is no longer free.

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Hungry for Change

Delaney Williamson, Writer
October 21, 2022
There are protests still going strong in Iran. After the death of Iranian woman, Mahsa Amini, civil unrest was sparked across the Islamic Republic.

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Wrapped Up in Unrest

Mac Fleming IV, Newspaper Managing-Editor
October 18, 2022
Student debt repayment was slowed and stopped during the pandemic by the Biden administration. Now that the aid from last year has ceased, a new student debt plan has been put forward.

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Temporary Debt to Education

Mac Fleming IV, Newspaper Managing-Editor
October 14, 2022
On a display in the library, many previously banned books are set out for any students to see. The collection was created by Stephenson in honor of Banned Book week. People have a lot of questions about it, so really that’s the big thing that we’re doing, Stephenson said. It’s just fielding conversations about whats been banned in the past, why they’ve been banned, and talking about why we want to try to protect books even if we dont necessarily agree with their contents.”

Banned Books Closing Forever

Avery Myers, Newspaper Editor-in-Chief
October 14, 2022
Testing A New Form Of SAT

Testing A New Form Of SAT

Mac Fleming IV, Newspaper Managing-Editor
March 1, 2022
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