The Student News Site of Columbia Heights High School

The Heights Herald

The Student News Site of Columbia Heights High School

The Heights Herald

The Student News Site of Columbia Heights High School

The Heights Herald

Lydia Kennedy (11) arranged the widely supported petition to extend the CHPS Winter Break for a wide variety of reasons.
Winter break petition resonates with many in Heights
Story by Renee Demars Dehn, Co-Editor-in-Chief • December 21, 2021
The No More Stolen Sisters movement, identifiable by the red handprint they often have covering their mouths, sheds important light on the high rate of missing and murdered Indigenous women.
Indigenous women spark needed movement
Story by Fartun Ahmed, Opinion Editor • November 15, 2021
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The members of ONEUS pose on stage while performing.
K-pop band proves multifaceted in new mini-album
Story by Destiny McDowell, Contributor • December 21, 2021
Michael Myers makes his 12th return in the new Halloween Kills, an addition to the expansive and iconic series.
New franchise installment carries on spooky legacy
Story by Ava Gregorich, A&E Editor • November 15, 2021
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Girls basketball team travels to University of Minnesota, seeks inspiration
Girls basketball team travels to University of Minnesota, seeks inspiration
Story by Fartun Ahmed, Opinion Editor • December 21, 2021
Jonathon Hackett (12), one of the Hylanders most prominent football stars, has been recognized by Minnesotas most notable newspaper, The Star Tribune.
Major publication showcases Heights football captain
Story by Rae Lawrence, Feature Editor, Lead Photographer • November 15, 2021
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During a school year where most students returned back to in-person school, some students prefer to complete coursework online while also benefiting from some learning in the classroom.
New program makes way for alternative learning in CHHS
Story by Makagbe Sanoe, Staff Writer • January 5, 2022
Teachers like (from top left to bottom right) Dan Shuck, Don Kitzmann, Dan Luehrs, Carol Behning, Dan Tschida and Sarah Honeywell are considered experts in their field.
Loyal staff offer advice, reflection on years at CHHS
Story by Safiya Ahmed, Staff Writer • November 15, 2021
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The scrumptious egg rolls are sure to leave you longing for more at Jasmine Thai.
Esteemed Thai eatery impresses customers
Story by Ilma Ntambwe, Staff Writer • December 21, 2021
These homemade Dalgona cookies were the heart of this challenge.
"Squid Game" cookie challenge proves difficult for staff
Story by Buthaina Asamarai, Taste Editor • November 15, 2021
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Too many people take from cultures that are not theirs for their own entertainment. Staff writer Haley Vogel urges all to consider others when planning events and costumes.
Rampant cultural appropriation insults marginalized peoples
Story by Haley Vogel, Staff Writer • November 16, 2021
The overflowing menstrual product cubby in Mr. Hardmans office is representative of how periods are seen within the public school system -- an afterthought.
Period poverty brought to forefront with newly free menstrual products
Story by Amina Jama, News Editor • October 29, 2021
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