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Proper attire \\ During the pandemic, students should get a more relaxed dress code. If given the chance, students will not abuse a more lax dress code opportunity.

Dress code should be least of students’ concerns

writer: Anne Stone, journalism student contributor
October 14, 2020
Mask with a task \\ Governor Greg Abbott’s mandate requiring face coverings seems to have no end in sight; however, masks have benefits such as allowing students to return to school and covering up those unwanted blemishes.

Hidden smile

writer: Katie Borchetta, Staff Reporter
October 1, 2020
Doggie days \\ Elle, my 5-year-old black labrador mix, stops her playing in the backyard to take a picture with me, while in quarantine April 24. She is the life of this family. Being stuck at home has definitely made me realize her importance.

Love your Labrador 

writer: Katie Borchetta, Staff Reporter
April 24, 2020
Hair it is \\ Like many students, freshman Hannah Hansen is able to break dress code and dye her hair an

Beauty is in the dye of the beholder

writer: Hannah Hansen, Staff Reporter
April 17, 2020
Quarantine causes mixed feelings

Quarantine causes mixed feelings

writer: Madison Marley, guest columnist
March 20, 2020
Give back choice // California is considering a new law that would force their citizens to vote.  Although several countries already do this, from North Korea to Australia, that does not mean the law is a good idea. The law should not be passed, and would only worsen the voting situation in California. Instead, they should make the voting there more fair. Give their citizens a choice again.

California should not force their citizens to vote

writer: Heath Hadley, Editor in Chief
February 14, 2020
Call off the critics \ Journalism student Blake Henderson says the latest Call of Duty installment isn't too violent, as critics of the released trailer say, but exactly what should be expected from such a game.

Buy Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 

writer: Blake Henderson, journalism student
November 4, 2019
Standing on the sidelines  \\ Senior varsity cheerleader Karaline Klakamp watches the football players play as she thinks about the next cheer to encourage the boys Sept. 27 at a game against West Mesquite. No matter their grade, all cheerleaders should have a shot at being on the varsity team.

Varsity’s void

writer: Mya Jones, yearbook staff
May 9, 2019
In loving memory

In loving memory

writer: Eden Stegall, Staff Reporter
March 28, 2019
Conning concern // Deception caused for personal gain will only have negative effects, even if it is momentarily successful.

A crime for a crime

writer: Haley Ford, Staff Reporter
March 18, 2019
Straight out of context \\ Suffering from clinical depression is a real and serious issue. About 20 percent of teens in school suffer from depression and most people today use the term as a slang word. It can greatly affect someone else's life. Depression is no joke.

Depression is no joke

writer: Mallory Hatch, journalism student
March 10, 2019
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