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  • Let’s get crackin’
    Entertainment

    Let’s get crackin’

    Story by Emily McMaster, staff writer

    The audience crowds into the historic theater anxiously waiting for the curtains to swing open for the annual Texarkana Community Ballet’s production of "The Nutcracker." As the lights dim, people scurry to find their seats. The music begins as the... READ MORE »»

  • Programming the future
    News

    Programming the future

    Story by Anna Cannon, editor in chief

    In recent years, new software has taken gaming to a whole new level. Video game design teacher Abraham Onare knew that his class needed a leg up in order to prepare his students for careers in game development, so he wrote a grant for Unity 3D design tec... READ MORE »»

    Mr. Onare wrote the grant so his students would have more to work with. The grant provides $90,000 worth of programming software.

    Photo by Auryeal Parker

  • Awfully laughable
    Entertainment

    Awfully laughable

    Story by Anna Cannon, editor in chief

    There are different types of bad movies: the boring ones, the confusing ones, the ones with enough plot holes to be a block of Swiss cheese, and the one’s that are so bad they’re hilarious when they don’t mean to be. There’s something rivetin... READ MORE »»

    Graphic by Anna Cannon

An equation for success

An equation for success

Story by Joseph Rodgers, staff writer

Mathematics honor society Mu Alpha Theta hosted its annual induction ceremony to honor its new inductees on Nov. 15. “We have 37 new inductees this year,” said Mu Alpha The...  Read More »

Nov 20 • No Comments

Pomp and pageantry

Pomp and pageantry

Story by Madison Brown and Victoria Van

The curtains open and 12 young ladies clad in 1920s flapper girl costumes start the night off with their opening dance number to “A Little Party Never Killed Nobody” by...  Read More »

Nov 15 • No Comments

College night offers opportunities for insight

College night offers opportunities for insight

Story by Victoria Van, staff writer

Students buzz around the cafeteria while representatives from various colleges speak excitedly with prospective students. College Night gives students from across Texarkana the oppor...  Read More »

Nov 14 • No Comments

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Tigersharks take first in TISCA meet

Photo by Auryeal Parker

Freshman Haley Wood competes in the breaststroke. The TISCA swim meet was held at Texarkana College on Nov. 19.

Tigersharks take first in TISCA meet

Story by Eleanor Schroeder, news editor

The Tigersharks got an impressive win at the Northeast Texas TISCA Championship on Nov. 19. Texas High hosted the meet with 26 different schools and 424 participants in attendance. “It was bigger than any meet I'd ever been to, and certainly the biggest m...  Read More »

Nov 29 • No Comments

Swimming toward Olympic success

Photo by Rachael Sizemore

Freshman Haley Wood poses with the medals she won at the Junior Olympics.

Swimming toward Olympic success

Story by Joseph Rodgers, staff writer

Butterflies fly in her stomach as she prepares to start the event. She gasps for air as she maneuvers her way through the water, emerging confident in her victory. Freshman Haley Wood enters her first year of her Tiger Shark career with extraordinar...  Read More »

Nov 26 • No Comments

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Burn it

Burn it

Story by Colton Johnson, feature editor

She tears the ink stained page from her journal and holds it to her face. Look at the words. See that they are real. Understand that this happened. Burn it. She holds the ...  Read More »

Nov 16 • No Comments

Service is key

Service is key

Story by Ali Richter, copy editor

Joggers hustle passed as they continue down the course toward the finish line. They dream of being the first to cross the line and look forward to the drinks provided at the e...  Read More »

Nov 5 • No Comments

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