Hunger Games

Hunger Games

Raynie Sewell, Co-Editor
May 24, 2012

Most people do not stay up until four o’clock when they know they will have to get up at six for school the following morning. The ones who will have obviously read Suzanne Collins’s Hunger Games. After reading the books and watching the movie I have decided that going to the midnight premier... Read more »

Do Not Fret Freshman Year

Breagan Adams, Staff Writer
May 24, 2012

 You walk into the humongous school for the first time, and suddenly everything overwhelms you. The kids who look like adults, the teachers in the halls with eyes like hawks, the large hallways with never ending classrooms, the rumors you have heard about RHHS, all of these things contribute to the... Read more »

Creative Karma Controls the Theatre

Chiara Timbone, Staff Writer
May 24, 2012

She is compassionate, she is creative, and she manages to give her students an understanding of the amazing world of theatre every day. There is no limit to the knowledge and practice that Kristin Dodgen, head of Heath’s theatre department, is able to give to her students, or rather thespians, for... Read more »

Good-Bye to the Guru

May 24, 2012

After a long term as a key figure in the art department, art teacher Peggy Hopper is retiring. She has spent years nurturing students’ artistic abilities, but that is by no means her most important contribution to the campus. Under her tutelage, hundreds of students have become more responsible,... Read more »

Stuck during Summer

Sonja Avramov, Staff Writer
May 24, 2012

Students are counting down the days and waiting for that final bell to ring. The weeks are winding down, summer is setting in, and the last thing any student wants to hear are those two dreadful words: summer school. While most students cannot wait to have fun in the sun, a select few are headed to summer... Read more »

The Journey Ahead

Kaylee Griffin, Staff Writer
May 24, 2012

The school year is almost over, and that means summer is near! It was a long hard school year for many of us, and now is the time to take a break and make memories with the people that we love. Some students plan on giving to others by going on mission trips, some plan to visit family that they do not... Read more »

A Mission for Life

Cassidy Roth, Staff Writer
May 24, 2012

Students have the chance to change lives all over the world! More students are travelling to foreign countries, spending time with less fortunate people, and devoting their summer to these trips. The rapid spread of mission trips among students is an extremely popular (and beneficial) trend. There are... Read more »

Her Full Ride Achieved

Tatianna Valenitne, Staff Writter
May 24, 2012

The ball is spiked. The crowd excitement sound a unanimous “Oooooooohhhhh.” The spilker , sophomore volleyball star, Regina Tillis practices volleyball for two to three hours per day, for a club team and at RHHS.  Focused and ready to go Tillis stays in her on zone ready to play. Whether Tilllis... Read more »

Your Texas Rangers

Logan Wilson, Staff Writer
May 24, 2012

The Texas Rangers are off to an amazing start this year. With Josh Hamilton hitting over .400 and hitting six home runs against the Baltimore Orioles in a three game series and four in one game, he is off to his best start ever. The rangers are in first right now in the American League West with a ... Read more »

He is Graceful and Poised…

Katie Cook, Staff Writer
May 24, 2012

He is talented and handsome, intelligent and charming, he has the most unique disposition; he is the Heath Man of the Year. The year of 2012 has marked a fantastic year for the annual pageant. The boys have worked hard and long and have put on the show of their lives but only one can win the scholarship... Read more »

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