Blue Print

Spot the difference \\ The image to the left is a piece entitled “Baked to Perfection” created by junior Vivian Nguyen and to the right is the Manga-AI-converted version of the piece. “The hands and facial features are gone and everything is so blurred,” Nguyen said. “Even though it was only inspired by my work, not an exact copy, the AI version isn’t even a quality piece.”

Artist Animosity

writer: Gloria Olajimi, Copy Editor
February 6, 2023
Grade school gunmen?

Grade school gunmen?

writer: Hannah Hansen, Editor-in-Chief
January 20, 2023
Real Raiders wear pink \\ Participating in the Pink Out game against North Garland, Nicole Soto interacts with the crowd as Rowdy the Raider. “I think that people should be more open to the idea of the cheerleaders and the mascot and join in on chants whenever they can, especially the easier ones, because our football players feed off of the crowd’s energy,” Soto said. The Raiders beat North Garland 47-26 Oct. 21.

Getting Rowdy

writer: Maggie Volpi, Staff reporter
January 5, 2023
Winner, winner, chicken dinner \\ Calculus students Connor Nance, Caleb Beauchamp, Luke Orr, and Matthew Myers celebrate their first place win in The Quest

Quizzical questing

writer: Hannah Hansen, Editor-in-Chief
December 12, 2022
Apocalyptic Amateur \\ Self-proclaimed investigative journalist Graham Hancocks new Netflix docuseries is problematic and spreads dangerous misinformation.

Absurd apocalypse assumptions

writer: Hannah Hansen, Editor-in-Chief
December 9, 2022
Strike a pose \\ After weeks of auditioning, the 2022-2023 Wylie East Dance Company performs at their first showcase Dec 3. We perform a wide area of styles from modern, jazz, and ballet to hip-hop, junior Jade Banks (center) said.

Show them what you got

writer: Gloria Olajimi, Copy Editor
December 8, 2022
To hell and back \\ Watching over the Humanities II sixth period student’s project, a life-size depiction of Satan towers over the ninth circle of hell. In Dante’s interpretation of hell, Satan has three heads and is half-way stuck in ice.

Into the Inferno

writer: Maggie Volpi, Staff reporter
December 1, 2022
Dance the night away \\ Performing out to the audience, soloist Eliana Wade dances around the band with her GoPro on. I think my favorite part was watching the video afterwards and hearing everything just like I would if I were actually on the field, Wade said. It was a super fun experience and Im so glad I got to do it!

An inside perspective

writer: Jaylee Paredes, Staff Reporter
November 3, 2022
Standing tall // Looking tough, the schools security team poses for a picture on Oct.5. Having new rules this year has made it where the team has better communication than any year before, Ernest Nelson said.

New Security

writer: Morgan Gore, Staff reporter
October 7, 2022
Get Creative // Painting a rock with a positive message, junior Angel Rojas participates in this year’s Wylie Way Day activity in Education teacher Mrs. Hill’s class. Mrs. Hill’s class offered healthy coping skills for when life gets tough. “The objective of our idea was to provide students with real-world, hands-on experiences that they need to be productive, healthy adults,” said Hill. “There is a call for this type of curriculum from parents and community members, and what better way to provide these types of experiences than in CTE!”

A change in Wylie Way

writer: Jaylee Paredes, Staff Reporter
October 5, 2022
Raider Research //
Working hard, junior Alexis Babb starts to work on her physics work on Sep. 26th. I love physics. I thought I wasnt going to because of other people in past grades, but I do, Babb said.

Junior Year

writer: Morgan Gore, Staff reporter
October 3, 2022
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