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A student eats his lunch while socially distancing at the table. Texas High decided to add an additional fourth lunch to decrease the amount of people in the cafeteria at once.
May the fourth be with us
Story by Peyton Sims, editor in chief, and Cate Rounds September 17, 2020

As the coronavirus pandemic rages on, students and teachers continue to adjust to this alternative school environment. With the first six weeks coming to a close and many online students returning to campus, administrators are having to further adapt...

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Teens are disregarding COVID-19 more than ever— here’s why I don’t
Story by Maria Rangel, staff writer • September 14, 2020

Today’s youth have responded to the pandemic in a variety of ways, the most popular being a complete disregard for it. This disregard manifests itself mainly in public social settings like bored teens regularly attending large house parties throughout...

Reach Out
Suicide impacts family, prompts more prevention awareness
Story by Macy Maynard, staff writer • September 11, 2020

She knows the date her life changed forever. It was Aug. 16, 2019. That’s the day her brother died by suicide. That’s the day Lauren Maynard lost part of herself and became aware of the importance of suicide prevention. “I was at a place...

A moving resignation
A moving resignation
Story by Peyton Sims, Editor in chief • July 22, 2020

It’s no surprise that resigning positions comes with the burden of saying farewell to the campus you once called home. However, along with all of the packing and goodbyes comes an abundance of new opportunities. On June 17, Paul Norton was chosen...

The art of retirement
Behind the mask

Behind the mask

May 25, 2020

In these trying times, it’s no secret that heroes are walking the hospital halls day and night. However, their safety would be far more at risk without the helping hands of community members that...

10 people, 10 paths

10 people, 10 paths

May 22, 2020

One question can go a long way. With hundreds of students passing through the halls, class after class, no one gets to hear their story. Students’ ambitions portray the character of an individual more...

New season on the horizon
New season on the horizon
Story by Caden Rainwater, sports editor • September 11, 2020

Both the JV and varsity tennis teams began their fall season on Tuesday against the Pine Tree High School Pirates. The Tigers proved that their superiority has not faded as...

Let the games begin
Let the games begin
Story by Caden Rainwater, sports editor • September 3, 2020

Tiger fans, after being delayed by UIL, football games have been permitted to begin. As the season approaches, here is everything you need to know to know about your access...

Putting in the work
So who gets the axe?
August 25, 2020
Graci Henard, Janie Rounds and Owen Likins are among the many seniors who were unable to complete their season.  However, they
After hours
June 4, 2020
Growing up too fast
Modifying the mask
Social media showdown
Warning of the invisible beast
Traveling and terrorism
The shows that built me
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