Blue Print

Mint condition

Alexis Stewart, Staffer

January 17, 2012

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Search for the best Peppermint Mocha drink this holiday season Peppermint Mocha has always been a favorite of mine, especially when the holiday season rolls around. Saxby’s “Grasshopper” (Peppermint Mocha) drink isn’t the best drin...

Schoolyard Pick

Alexis Stewart, Staffer

January 4, 2012

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Trainers choose football over everything else. High school football in Texas is a huge deal. Everyone gets pumped up for Friday Night Football, the drill team dances, and the cheerleaders cheer, the band plays the fight song t...

Above the influence, but sees the benefits

Ana Meraz, Web Editor

December 6, 2011

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Three hundred thousand deaths. No this wasn’t from World War II or the Civil War. This is the number of people, both innocent and guilty, who have died because of the drug wars going on in Mexico. Although this is not happening...

Making the grade

Abigail Reynolds, Staff Writer

November 2, 2011

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Low grades just got lower very unexpectedly. In the past, the lowest grade a student could earn for a six weeks grade was a 50, no matter what. Now, that 50 point cap has been removed and all students are awarded what they truly...

Students, teachers are Facebook friends

Ashley Braun, Opinion Editor

November 1, 2011

Filed under Editorials, Opinions

Communication tool should not be banned Who doesn’t love Facebook?  Teenagers are not the only ones using Facebook.  Not all teachers are going to take advantage of this opportunity of communication.  Some states are ...

How old is too old?

Caitlyn Bogart, Co-Editor In Chief

October 25, 2011

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  Should high school students trick-or-treat? Halloween is just around the corner and the teenagers are picking out costumes and routes for the night of tricksters and rewarding treats. Should the Halloween festivities on t...

Set the example

Caitlyn Bogart, Co-Editor In Chief

September 27, 2011

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Upperclassmen need to lead by example The graduation year of WEHS seniors is here and already the student body is full of self-entitled, self-empowered seniors. “Stupid freshmen” is now a usual phrase to use in the hallways...

Pack ‘em in parking

Ashley Braun, Opinion Editor

September 9, 2011

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Parking lot overcrowded by students, teacher and parents The first year having a fully fledged high school, has its positive and negative aspects to the direction they take this upcoming year.  Parking, entering and exiting the ...

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