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Dancing for the world

Dancing for the world

April 25, 2018

Music flows from the speakers as he begins to take the stage. His body flings and twist into rhythmic moves, each perfectly synced together. Through his dancing, he is able to get the crowd pumped while also demonstrating his emotions and talent visually. This is what he’s meant to do.   ...

Ways to go zero waste

Ways to go zero waste

April 23, 2018

Seventy five million trees could be saved if the daily New York Times were recycled. Over 1 million plastic bottles are floating in the ocean. These numbers are a testament to how we’ve been treating our planet. In honor of yesterday's Earth Day, pave the way for a waste-free and eco-friendly environme...

Learning music “for dummies”

Learning music “for dummies”

April 20, 2018

“Is that note flat or sharp?” “What measure are we on?” “What count do we come in on?” “Check the time signature and the key.” “What type of ancient language is that?” Many people just look at instruments musicians play and give up, but it’s not as hard as you ...

Mentally ill about the mentally ill

Mentally ill about the mentally ill

April 17, 2018

Nikolas Cruz entered Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and fatally shot 17 people on Feb. 14. In light of recent events, more speculation on the rights of the mentally unstable has increased. The stigma that all mentally ill people are dangerous is slowly growing, especially due to recent event...

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A different perspective on love

April 4, 2018

Funny, charismatic and relatable are all words that can be ascribed to the new movie “Love, Simon,” a movie based on the book “Simon vs. The Homosapien Agenda.” Starring Nick Robinson as the protagonist Simon Spier, the movie follows his coming out story along with his developing romantic interest...

The scandals of JFK

The scandals of JFK

April 2, 2018

Probably the most popular president in both life and death, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was elected president in early 1961 after a tight race against vice president Richard Nixon. Armed with his charismatic personality and an aura that exuded patriotism, Kennedy was and continues to be an American fan-favorite....

Huddling together

Huddling together

March 27, 2018

Thanks to the developers of Huddle Labs Inc., people are able to associate with their preferred community, whether it’s based on sexual orientation, comedic view or any type of disorder support group. On this app, you can express your feelings or talk about the troubles you are going through. “Lif...

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The face of music

March 23, 2018

The 20th century was a wild time for music. Rock ‘n’ roll was born. The Beatles and The Rolling Stones became famous when a British music craze swept America. Chicago and The Eagles thrived with soft rock. Hip hop was created along with disco. Over the past 100 years, music has changed and changed u...

Junior Victoria Van paints a  dog in vivid colors to be donated to the local animal shelter.

Spreading paw-sitivity

March 21, 2018

Art Club has been actively creating artworks to donate throughout the year and this month’s pieces are being donated to the Animal Care and Adoption Center. Teacher Shea Phillip’s class has been working on paintings of animals for a few weeks and will donate the art in early April. “We’re ...

Editors, staff and advisors of yearbook and newspaper gather for a picture at the steps of Columbia University after winning gold across the board. Submitted photo

Publications wins awards in New York City

March 20, 2018

Over spring break, a group of 40 representatives from THS Publications traveled to New York City to attend the Columbia Scholastic Press Association's 94th annual Spring Convention held at Columbia University. On the final day of the convention, most of the senior editors of both yearbook and n...

Not-so-honest Abe

Not-so-honest Abe

March 20, 2018

Perhaps the most well-known and revered president is arguably the most mysterious and beloved. From obscurity, Abraham Lincoln rose to the highest office in the land through dedication, hard work and honesty. He endured vicious slander and harsh opposition, yet he still maintained the Union and abolis...

Sophomore Alfonso Vargas strikes the ball across the field from the goal box. The Tigers play in Mount Pleasant on Friday, March 9.

Wildcats trounce Tigers

March 7, 2018

The Texas High Tigers boys’ soccer team faced off against Sulphur Springs on Tuesday, March 6. The game began fast, with the ball going back and forth across both sides only to be denied from a net. The Tigers held their defense until 22 minutes left in the first half, when Sulphur Springs scored o...

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