My favorite book that I read in ninth grade English was The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie. It is the story of a young Native…
by Wendy Li Students and faculty gathered in the auditorium as winners of the 60th annual M. Ronald Heintzelman Memorial Awards took turns reading their creative pieces aloud Thursday, May…
by Amanda Hills
This year, the English department changed the annual Martin Luther King, Jr., sophomore essay contest into a speech contest.
by Peter Diamond
Winners of the 56th Annual M. Roland Heintzelman Memorial Awards read original pieces aloud E-block yesterday in the auditorium.
The Annual M. Roland Heintzelman Memorial Awards recognizes outstanding writers from this school and South, according to English department head Melissa Dilworth.
Imagine that all you read are picture books with big fonts, colorful illustrations and simple text. Now imagine trying to read Macbeth, one of this schools’ curriculum-required books. Comprehending and digesting a play like Macbeth would be incredibly difficult.