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T-high car culture

T-high car culture

Story by Joseph Haynes-Stewart, News Editor April 26, 2022

From slammed cars to lifted trucks, the vehicle culture at Texas is diverse. To find out more, we take a look at these people and their rides.

Darbys dancers

Darby’s dancers

Story by Liberty Maldonado Cowan, Staff Writer April 26, 2022

Everyone is different and unique, so it is important for everyone to have an outlet where they feel safe and like they can be themselves but most importantly do the things that they love.  Darby’s...

Far-right fervor

Far-right fervor

Story by Joseph Haynes-Stewart, News Editor April 20, 2022

Alt-right Extremism has become an ever more present topic and ideology in today’s political climate. Seemingly average Americans, and even people we thought we knew well, have become members of this...

Defining Generations

Defining Generations

Story by Zoe Rushing, Design Editor April 20, 2022

People will always find a way to dislike each other. There will always be something that can be used as false justification for hatred and one of those ways that’s been done is age. More specifically,...

The SARM shortcut

The SARM shortcut

Story by Doug Kyles, Editor-in-Chief March 7, 2022

If you’re a teen boy, and have spent relatively any amount of time on social media like TikTok or Instagram, you’ll quickly find those with the most clout on their pictures and videos look nothing...

Time ticks on

Time ticks on

Story by Kailyn Williams, Staff writer March 1, 2022

Throughout life, we are all destined to lose a loved one. It’s an awful, unavoidable rite of passage. Whether it be a distant relative you didn’t even know you had, or a grandparent, feeling the loss...

Advanced artisans

Advanced artisans

Story by Kamryn Jean, Staff writer February 28, 2022

There often comes a group of talented students who flourish in the art studio. They are praised for being visionaries and commended for their astonishing ability to create what they have learned and what...

At her shop, The Mustard Seed, 2012 graduate Darynn Gay stands before the display of spices. The Mustard Seed carries over 400 types of spices, jams, oils, vinegars, coffee beans, loose-leaf teas and kitchenware. The store is located at 4701 Texas Blvd.

Through the eyes of alumni

Story by Nashita Kalam, Staff writer February 19, 2022

After 13 years of education, students turn their tassels from right to left and are suddenly free from all the responsibilities high school brings. The new graduates continue to discover who they are and...

Driving to victory

Driving to victory

Story by Sophie Keller, Staff writer February 18, 2022

The sounds of motors whirring and metal clashing against metal fill the room. People crowd around the fields, straining to see the metal contraptions fighting over plastic goals. Everyone watching is filled...

New class takes flight

New class takes flight

Story by Kamryn Jean, Staff writer February 17, 2022

Aviation students will be introduced to yet another opportunity to further their aeronautic education. The Tango flight program will provide students the chance to build a plane and will be offered next...

The College Board recently announced that the format for the SAT will be shorter and entirely online beginning in 2024.

Putting it to the test

Story by Nashita Kalam, Staff writer February 16, 2022

After constantly writing personal essays, submitting transcripts and counting up community service hours, there is only one more component left to complete the college application process: submitting a...

Officially offensive

Officially offensive

Story by Sophie Keller, Staff writer December 17, 2021

When students come into the library, librarian Brooke Ferguson hopes they’ll see something offensive on the shelves. This way she knows there’s something for everyone in her library. However, there...

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