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How to Feed a Football Player

October 26, 2018 3:42pm | Lindsay Haney

Football, one of the hungry inducing sports. Players require lots of food to gather all the energy needed to complete long hours of training, countless body aching practices and many weightlifting sessions just to play in one game. They then have to repeat this about […]

The Nestline Raffles: Astroworld

October 25, 2018 2:58pm | Tyler Olmo

https://goo.gl/forms/QlYUwNQdDXRKd4KB3 RAFFLE ENDS: November 2, 2018

Fine Arts Performances

October 24, 2018 2:45pm | Olivia Garrett

Tankersley Learns the Ropes of Modeling

October 23, 2018 2:35pm | Olivia Garrett

With the sudden rise of social media modeling, more girls and guys alike have the opportunity to give the business a go. Rather than having to travel to meet with agents and go to castings, models are found quickly on Instagram and Twitter. These sites […]

Tompkins FFA Leadership Development Event Results

October 22, 2018 3:08pm | Contributed

Tompkins FFA traveled to the Sealy FFA Invitational Leadership Development Event on Oct. 20 and made Tompkins proud with their students’ achievements. Below are the results. Senior Chapter Conducting – 5th place: Lauren Bickford Braden Boeker Danielle Jawad Lauren Mauney llyson Reavis Megan Schooler Nicholas […]

Homecoming 2018

October 22, 2018 2:50pm | Tyler Olmo

Photos by: Nick O’Brian

Varsity Tennis Wins District

October 22, 2018 2:47pm | Samyuta Rajagopalan

Tompkins varsity tennis had their hard work pay off when they won District on Oct. 2. Varsity boys coach Joshua Martinez and varsity girls coach Craig Mason have coached the tennis team to success, resulting in their district win. The team started preparing during the […]

Tompkins TSA Takes Off

October 22, 2018 2:47pm | Sneha Raghavan

Tompkins students have banded together to introduce a new chapter of the Technology Student Association. TSA is a national organization centered around competition in various fields, including design, construction and other computer-aided projects. “TSA is geared toward anyone who wants to learn anything,” said sophomore […]

Father and Son Take on High School Together

October 22, 2018 2:34pm | Tyler Olmo

High school is a tough time for everyone involved. There are newfound stressors for the students and for the parents of the students. It is a time of radical social changes for students, and parents oftentimes struggle with helping their children in a time that […]

Guide to a Spooktacular Halloween Costume

October 9, 2018 2:40pm | Gabby Andino

Still undecided on a Halloween costume this year? Do not worry, The Nestline has you covered. Halloween, the one night of the year where people of all ages get to dress up and party or stroll through neighborhoods taking more than one piece of candy […]