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Celebrities are canceled for the things they say or do everyday. This form of protest has become common in todays technology reliant society.

Compulsive cancellation

Story by Blaise Larry-Cox, Staff Writer March 21, 2023

“Being Canceled”, the fear ubiquitously shared in the modern era. The fear of being canceled has impacted what people feel comfortable doing, saying, and participating in. Even a slight chance of public...

Senior Makenzie Loudermilk cheers after a touchdown is made in a close game. This marks the end of her senior season as a cheerleader.

Cheer on

Story by Haley Waddell, Staff Writer March 7, 2023

Is cheer a sport? This is a very controversial topic. Many believe that cheer is not a sport, but I think it is.  The definition of a sport is an activity involving physical strain or exercise and...

Due to COVID-19, college applications dropped greatly as students made decisions to take gap years.

Abandoning admissions?

Story by Sophie Keller, Webmaster February 7, 2023

College enrollment rates have been declining in recent years. This is in part due to the still lingering effects of COVID-19; however, there is more to this problem. “The pandemic saw lots of kids...

Running from the cameras

Running from the cameras

Story by Anna Bell Lee, Staff Writer February 7, 2023

Walking to your car you see nothing but flashes surrounded by people asking you questions, who fail to realize that you too have boundaries and the need for personal space. You feel congested, like you...

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, 10.4 percent of American households experienced hunger in 2021, Texas being one of the states with the highest percentage.

Behind closed cabinets

Story by Joseph Haynes-Stewart, Editor In Chief January 31, 2023

The flickering fluorescent bulb casts a forlorn glow as the door creaks open, illuminating the desolate, bleached-white room. Once a bustling canvas of vivid red apples and lush greens, the space now lies...

Junior Carrington Grant checks in leaders from the other schools in the district. High school students in the Leader In Me program volunteered to run the event.

A leader’s luncheon

Story by Lourdes Quijas, Staff writer January 26, 2023

 Every month, two students from all TISD campuses gather at the PAC and celebrate what they have accomplished. All those students and their families come to the PAC, play games, get their awards and have...

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