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With immigration comes difficulties: racism, rude comments and stereotypes

Andrea Coca, Staff Reporter

May 27, 2015

Filed under Blogs, Opinions, Worldwide

Imagine moving to a country where you have no idea how to speak its language at all. You leave your family behind for the chance at a better life. Being poor in America does not compare to the poverty-stricken people in other...

Pick your poison

Ash Thomas, Staff Reporter

March 23, 2015

Filed under Features, Student Life, Student Life

He never thought that one of his best friends would be the one to eliminate him. He thought he was safe, out enjoying lunch on a nice day, but when he was informed that he had just ingested poison, he knew it was all over. Senior...

Healthy not harmful

Kristin Gooch, Staff Reporter

March 17, 2015

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There is nothing shady about healthy relationships In homeroom we have recently discussed healthy relationships, how to maintain them and be trustworthy to the people you love. As teenagers, we are accustomed and subjected to...

Grand gestures

October 24, 2014

Filed under Features, Student Life, Student Life, Top Stories

Students go all out for hoco proposals Crosstown proposal between junior, senior By Kristin Gooch Marching at the Crosstown Showdown game, she was prepared to go on the field; like any other game. Suddenly, unlike any other gam...

Written in Stone

Courtney Hersley, Contributor

January 9, 2014

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Actually written in blood, but just as permanent. And while it many seem like a good idea now, I can’t help but feel most teenagers will regret their inked decisions later in life. I have several friends that are all saying...

Beautiful bodies

Kristin Gooch, Contributor

January 6, 2014

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Body Modifications do not mean danger In my eyes, your body is a canvas, waiting to be colored, dazzled and recreated. We only have one body, so if you want tattoos, get tattoos! Albeit, there is a small problem in the long run....

Stranger danger: Part 3

Ash Thomas

January 6, 2014

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Tips to keep safe from abduction The scariest thing about kidnapping is that it never stops, it’s a never ending offense. Unlike the more frequent types of kidnapping, family-related and non-family (which is when the victim k...

Football is not only activity to be celebrated

Kristin Gooch, Contributor

December 18, 2013

Filed under Blogs, Student Life

Here in “The South” football is the unofficial center of high school. Ages five to 75 get excited about high school games. Football is prideful, and with pride comes spirit. Our spirit days are centered on football. Sports...

Stranger danger: Part 1

Ash Thomas

October 29, 2013

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Tips to keep safe from abduction *This blog won a second place Individual Achievement Award from UIL's Interscholastic League Press Conference. The scariest thing about kidnapping is that it never stops, it’s a never en...

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