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Craft Photos in the Camera Association

October 10, 2019 2:32pm | Ella Hummeldorf

A group of 20 or so people meet after school, bringing their cameras and scrapbooks of photographs. Club creator, senior Huy Hathuc, calls for everyone’s attention. Today the group will be showcasing their work to one another to prepare for the UIL Festival in the […]

Shaffer Joins Family at Texas Tech

October 10, 2019 2:25pm | Nicole Ruopp

An 18-year-old pulls into his driveway after a long four months away at college. As he closes his car door, the university logo dangling from his mirror swings back and forth over the dashboard. As he walks toward the door, he passes another car in […]

Fighting Her Way Through Senior Year- A Student Boxer

September 26, 2019 3:06pm | Anna Berry

It is a typical Tuesday morning for senior Rufina Michael. At 4:00 in the morning, her alarm rings, and she, like any teenager, reluctantly gets up. Between the stress of homework and AP courses, she did not get much sleep, and where most of her […]

Managing Life on the Clock

September 26, 2019 2:42pm | Vanessa Caceres

Every day is a new day of seven class periods and different subjects to learn from. Once the day ends, stacks of study guides, homework and projects are on the desk ready to be worked on. The time is ticking while stress levels are on […]

Being TikTok Famous

September 26, 2019 2:35pm | Vaishnavi Bhat

Sophomore Matheus Guia props his phone upon his windowsill, selects music and records himself. He proceeds to make hilarious and engaging videos, some of which have gained over a million views. Not only does Guia have over 59-thousand fans and 1.6 million hearts on his […]

Making Music: A High School Student Breaks Barriers

September 25, 2019 3:06pm | Nicole Ruopp

After spending seven hours at school reading, writing, learning and taking assessments; most students take time to relax after school. They watch TV, take a nap, or do any number of activities to destress. However, one student is not done working for his future after […]

Cornell Trains for Local Beauty Pagent

September 25, 2019 2:45pm | Rachel Bregnard

The sight before junior Taryn Cornell was a familiar one. Judges crowded around an ebony stage, stacks of lined paper firmly balled in the palm of their hand. Onlookers eagerly watched from their sea of velvet chairs, their necks outstretched in an attempt to catch […]

Teaching For the First Time

September 12, 2019 2:55pm | Sebastian McNamara

Not everyone can say that they chose to become a teacher in order to make a difference. Fortunately, Lacey Campbell strives everyday to be able to make this a reality and it all started with a few short words from one of her teachers. These […]

Quarterback Jalen Milroe Commits To Texas

September 11, 2019 2:56pm | Diego Martin

Word spread quickly throughout about junior Jalen Milroe. Milroe had been recently recruited by The University of Texas to perform on their Division 1 football team. Milroe is trying to finish school early to receive his career in professional football, and has always dreamed of […]

Sea of Learning, Aquatic Science

September 10, 2019 2:57pm | Jack Simpson

Senior Jack Balog hurries to get to his class. He enters and pulls out his notebook and pencil ready to learn. His teacher, Brian Lindsey, gets ready to begin the class when the rest of his students filter in. Once the final bell rings the […]