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Opinions

Alesso’s single mistake

Alesso’s single mistake

Rhapsody Kilgore, Staff Reporter

It’s ironic how the first single dropped by disc jockey and music artist Alesso is named ‘Cool’, when it’s the complete opposite of that. Alessandro Lindblad, or...  Read More »

April 6, 2015

Beautiful Disaster packs powerful punch

Beautiful Disaster packs powerful punch

Kayla Corley

A fresh start, a bad boy, a Vegas mob, and an enduring love. Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire has it all, and is by far one of the most compelling novels I have had the...  Read More »

March 31, 2015

Rixton reveal \\ Upcoming British boy band, Rixton, has topped charts internationally after releasing their first album March 3.

The Rixton in remarkable review

March 31, 2015

Healthy not harmful

March 17, 2015

Medicated: Fighting the stigma of mental illness

February 19, 2015

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Features

Caravan Fuzz is all the buzz

Caravan Fuzz is all the buzz

Kathlyn Rogers, Contributor

The lights dim, the room is silent, suddenly the sound of drum sticks counting off echoes. The strum of a guitar plays and vocals of one front man call out.  It’s...  Read More »

April 17, 2015

Who will be the Big Man on Campus?

Caroline Witty, Staff Reporter

ITS hosts first male beauty pageant This year the school’s chapter of the International Thespian Society is hosting the first ever Big Man On Campus...  Read More »

April 17, 2015

Wylie Show and Sale brings in record profits

Congratulations to FFA members competing in the Wylie Show and Sale held April 8-11. “Wylie Show and Sale had a great year for our FFA kids,” FFA advisor Tracy...  Read More »

April 17, 2015

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Announcements

Transportation to state game
Lady Raider’s soccer is going to state, again! They play Thursday at 9:30 a.m. in Georgetown. If they win, two student buses will transport 80 students and eight sponsors to the game Saturday. Each student must pay $30 to ride the bus. Any student who was assigned to ISS or OSS for disciplinary reasons in the past is not allowed to ride the bus. At least 30 students must reserve a spot for the first bus to go to the game. For the second bus, another 30 students must sign up for it to travel to Georgetown. The students are required to complete a transportation request form signed by parents before they travel on the bus, and are required to make the round trip. No riding back with a friend. Students must pay the $30 to Rhonda Hall in the front office and return a completed permission form Friday, April 17. No money will be taken the morning of the trip.

ACT testing
An ACT test will be administered at the school April 18 with a check-in time of 7 a.m.

Advanced theatre auditions May 5
Students interested in advanced theatre can try out from 4:30-6 p.m. May 5 in the auditorium. All students must have completed a Theatre I course or have proof of advanced theatrical knowledge, to be eligible to audition. For more information or to pick up the paperwork, visit theatre teacher Andrea Farnham in room 508.

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