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

Natalya Shelton

Natalya Shelton, Writer

Hi! My name is Natalya Shelton, but most people call me Nat. The first thing you would notice about me is that I’m 6 feet tall, and I can assure you, the weather up here is great. I am a military child and all of the different cultures I’ve experienced at the ripe old age of 16 have fueled my love for stories which is what drew me to journalism. I moved to Texas in October of 2021 and despite what people say, things are actually pretty normal sized. I love all things basketball (except for people who think Lebron is the GOAT), and have a huge passion for sports in general. When I’m not sweating bullets in basketball practice or buried under a mountain of schoolwork, you can find me listening to music (70% rap, 30% Billie Eilish), reading, writing, and hanging out with friends. I look forward to beginning my newspaper journey!

All content by Natalya Shelton
Senior Jerzie Bryant has officially committed to Oklahoma City University. She took her official visit in early September and immediately felt at home. “When I stepped on campus I had that gut feeling like yeah this is the one,” Bryant said.

Becoming A Star

November 22, 2022
In recent years Giannis Antetokounmpo has been on the receiving end of a lot of unwarranted hate. Despite this, Giannis is still one of the most skilled players in the NBA.

Freakishly Skilled

November 22, 2022
The 2022 WNBA finals took place between the Las Vegas Aces and Connecticut Sun. After many highlights and memorable moments, the Aces came out victorious.

- Made in Canvas

The Keys to Victory

October 14, 2022
Many students and coaches are questioning the rising amount of student-athletes quitting the sports they once loved. Jerzie Bryant (12) reflected on how this has affected both the teams themselves and the friendships involved. I’m disappointed actually, because they could’ve done a lot for us this year, Bryant said. [And] we don’t talk to them as much off the court, so the friendship may have been a little bit lost.

- Image from Canva

Quitting Fever

October 6, 2022
During the passing period, students walk to A Lunch. Because of the recent TASSEL changes, the halls have been less crowded.

Hassle of New TASSEL

September 19, 2022
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