A Project for Better Journalism chapter
Column

Features

Features Subcolumns

Theatre holds God Spell Musical

January 22, 2021 3:20pm | Mahee Bhatt

It is after school and after a tiring day the theater crew meets in the PAC to rehearse their musical. They may feel ready for opening day but practice makes perfect and the crew must continue to rehearse. “We’ve been working on it for two […]

Katy Celebrates Black History Month

January 21, 2021 3:31pm | Rachel Bregnard

Feb. 1 marks the beginning of Black History Month, a national celebration to honor the achievements of past and present African Americans. For decades Black History Month was only recognized in select cities however, in recent years the holiday’s increased prevalence has created an abundance […]

March into State

January 21, 2021 3:22pm | Emma Vergara

Ending the previous silence, cheers filled the large stadium as the group on the field found their way to their beginning placements. Some were pushing large equipment, rushing in order to make it to their spot on time, and some were making their way slowly […]

Model UN Rises Again

December 8, 2020 10:22pm | Tristan Beech

The Model United Nations club has students simulate delegates to the United Nations and its committees, typically holding conferences. The entire club would debate certain world topics, such as poverty, world hunger, education, and more. Regular debates in conferences consist of several global issues, from […]

Bone Marrow Donations Can Save Lives

December 8, 2020 4:53pm | Alkhatab Mizyed

Sophomore Sanajna Perungulam, has created a program where one donates blood marrow to patients that need it. Bone marrow is spongy tissues that are inside the bones, they contain blood cells which carry oxygen from the lungs to the body.     “So bone marrow is basically […]

Jalen Milroe Trains for College

December 8, 2020 4:03pm | Rachel Bregnard

Aluminum bleachers, brimming with devoted onlookers, towered above the stadium’s evergreen field. A cluster of drum majors bellowed the school’s alma mater as an assembly of dancers swayed to the beat. On the sidelines football players were  gathered together, some engrossed with the last minute […]

Rodeo Art Competition Helps Students Gain Experience

December 8, 2020 3:24pm | Ella Ray

Sweat drips down her forehead against the prominent worry lines as sophomore Nikita Jayaraj finishes shading the picture of her glistening cowboy boots for the upcoming School Art competition included in the annual Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo during March 15-19. Jayaraj eases her mind […]

The Leetcoders Club

November 18, 2020 4:05pm | Tristan Beach

Clubs are a great way for students to meet new people and build new skills they would like or never knew they could hold. If adventuring in the field of computer science sounds interesting, the Leetcoders Club is the right club. The club is open […]

The Holidays during COVID 19 : How it will look Different this year

November 18, 2020 3:16pm | Vanessa Caceres

As the holidays draw near, stores are now starting to put up holiday decorations. Christmas trees, ornaments and stockings are just of the many being put out for customers to buy. The true spirit of the holidays has awakened. However, this holiday season will look […]

Tompkins FFA Northwest District LDE Results

November 9, 2020 3:53pm | Contributed

For the first time in FFA history the event was held virtually, which is very difficult especially when you are trying to speak clearly through face masks, Zoom, and still carry out a strong presentation.  FFA members continue to amaze the Ag teachers and are […]