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Fall Beverages

September 12, 2020 11:33pm | Ella Ray

                  Pumpkin White Hot Chocolate                                                                Ingredients: […]

The Umbrella Academy Intrigues

September 10, 2020 2:24pm | Mahee Bhatt

The Umbrella Academy is an action filled humorous show that was first released two years ago in 2019. With its second season releasing just a month ago, viewers have been binging the show. Having an audience ranging from teenagers to adults, it has been featured […]

Your Guide to Becoming an Instagram Influencer

March 31, 2020 11:22pm | Gabby Andino

Whether it’s a free trip to a foreign destination or charging for a promotion on social media, Instagram has become a remunerative way to be your own boss while making money as well.  Influencers are content creators across the media who build communities based on […]

Shows to Watch in Quarantine

March 28, 2020 7:30pm | Mahee Bhatt

These days, due to the quarantine, there is not really much to do. Normally it would be a waste of time to binge shows but now we have all of this time- so why not bundle up and watch some fan-favorite shows, both old and […]

Life on Quarantine- Things to do During Self Isolation and Self Quarantine

March 25, 2020 8:42pm | Vanessa Caceres

As businesses are shutting down and schools are closing, many roads are left empty and untouched by many who travel. While everyone is scrambling to get home and buying their last-minute groceries due to the virus spreading among the community and nationwide, the best option […]

The Korean Wave Meets the Wild West: NCT 127 at the Houston Rodeo

March 25, 2020 6:06pm | Caroline Hoffmann

Hundreds of people clad in neon green populate the massive hollowness that is the NRG Stadium in Houston on March 10. The arena is infused with the smell of fried foods, hour-long lines for merchandise and the excited chatter of the fans awaiting to see […]

Theatre Flies into UIL Competition with Defying Gravity

March 6, 2020 3:51pm | Rachel Bregnard

In the center of the ebony stage, a pale chair rests beside a nightstand. A radio, shrilly announcing details of this morning’s tragic accident, and a plate of untouched food are the only items on the table. The right side of the stage displays a […]

Where to Get Fashionable Clothes For Low-cost

March 6, 2020 3:35pm | Nicole Ruopp

A teenager excitedly walks into a new boutique in town that people have been raving about. She walks around and sees an array of trendy shirts, skirts, dresses and accessories. After a few minutes her arms are full with articles of clothing. On her way […]

Jump into Spring Break

February 19, 2020 3:28pm | Brianna Plake

     During Spring Break many students tend to get bored of just sitting around the house day-in- and-day-out, so here are some easy to plan spring break ideas for teenagers and their friends. Picnic with friends: As a fun way to hang out with friends, […]

Fine Arts Department assemble for MasterWorks Concert

February 13, 2020 3:41pm |

As the stage lights turn on, the stage is set with dedication and passion with the beautiful voices blending in along with the symphonies of the violin, and the mellowing notes of the flute. Choir Director Christin Reinartz, Head Band Director Stephen Bond, and Head […]