Time to Get to Work!

Eric Jacobs

May 25, 2017

Filed under Features, Most Recent, News

Summers here and so are jobs! Young scholars across Indy are looking for jobs for the summer in all sorts of places. The percent of high school students employed in America is 12.4%, and employment options for teens vary widely....

The Final Word on the Class of 2017

Makalah Davis

May 25, 2017

Filed under Features, Most Recent, News, Student Life

The seniors will be officially leaving Herron High School on May 17th and they will venture out into the world to do good and change lives. They are throwing their hats in the air and getting the diplomas required to become official...

Circadian Rhythms and Teens: a Love/Hate Relationship

Enrique Arnold

May 25, 2017

Filed under Features, Most Recent, Student Life

Circadian Rhythm: most people probably rarely ever come across this term, although it has a large effect on our day-to-day lives. As a matter of fact, probably everyone has experienced it if they've traveled to a different time...

Making Change One Step at a Time: Amnesty Community Engagement (ACE)

Kyndal Webb, News Editor

March 23, 2017

Filed under Features, Most Recent, News

Amnesty Community Engagement club addresses human rights issues happening around the world, as well as in Indianapolis. The members give back to the community through community service. Amnesty was founded in 2015 by two students...

Ethics Bowl Rockets to National Finals

Arat Palacios-Suarez, Photo Journalism

March 23, 2017

Filed under Features, Most Recent, News

The Herron Ethics Bowl team is on tight schedule preparing for their next big competition: national finals. In early April, the team will journey to North Carolina to compete in the National High School Ethics Bowl at Chapel Hill....

Top Favorite Candies

Top Favorite Candies

October 18, 2016

North Dakota Pipeline

Dominic Lowry, Features

October 18, 2016

Filed under Features, Interviews, Most Recent

The fall air carries a scent of despair. Flags flail in the wind of the camp-in. Shouting and chanting disrupts the peaceful hum of passing cars. Suddenly, a scream pierces the air louder than the rest. The grass begins to whip ...

Cosplays: Fab or Flop?

Cosplays: Fab or Flop?

October 18, 2016

Mrs. Elise Tegegne

Dominic Lowery, Features

September 16, 2016

Filed under Features

Making my way up the stairs to the second floor of Russell, I can feel the excitement pulsing through me. Cautiously, I slowly creep into the French teacher’s room. A few students are already there, probably for office hour...

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