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Imprinting the arts

October 27, 2019

On Oct. 25, Art Club traveled downtown to the Texarkana Regional Arts and Humanities Council to learn about the process of printmaking. Artist Neal Harrington informed the students on how he creates his...

Alphabet soup

October 18, 2019

October is awareness month. From breast cancer to pasta, this time of year is jam packed with causes to celebrate fundraise, and research. With so many events in only 31 days, it’s easy for things to...

Thrills of the Perot

October 18, 2019

The Perot Theatre will be hosting ghost tours and screening classic Halloween movies this upcoming weekend. On Oct. 18, people can purchase tickets through the perot website for a haunted tour featuring...

When in Rome, get sick?
Painting away the pain

Painting away the pain

October 31, 2019

He plugs in his earbuds and the world around him seems to disappear. His pencil runs across the page, new ideas flow from his mind onto the paper. When he draws, he feels like he’s sharing a part of...

Behind the scene team

Behind the scene team

October 31, 2019

On the sideline at every game. Waiting to give players water. The first ones on the field when a player gets hurt. These people are our sports medicine students and athletic trainers.  Sports medicine...

Tigers return to playoffs
Owen Likins

Owen Likins

November 7, 2019

When did you start running? What in your life made you start cross country and track? I got into running in elementary school. I did the “Kids Run the Line” event and enjoyed it. So then I signed...

Playoffs or bust

Playoffs or bust

November 6, 2019

Six games. Seven teams. Four spots. The UIL Football State Playoffs is the ultimate standard to which any high school football team hopes to be able to hold themselves to. However, the Tigers didn’t...

Haunted tales of a hotel

The empty streets leave silence lurking across Jefferson, Texas. Old, abandoned buildings creek in the depth of the night. China dolls glare at you through the glass of rundown flea markets. Jefferson is one of the few places where its history can be seen by simply walking through the city. Horse carriages continue to stroll down the cobblestone streets fitting with the visuals, such as an array of...

Texas High v. Sherman football

Little HighStepper pregame performance

Senior night
Fall Senior Video 2019
A blast from the past
Shows you liked as a kid that you still like now
Drawing in the scares
Copy cat
Blue collar stigma in a white collar society
There’s no place like home
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