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A dummies guide to changing a tire
Story by Reese Langdon, staff writer • May 4, 2021

Sadly, AAA, Onstar and your parents can’t always be there for you every time you need a tire change. Learning to change a tire is not just a convenient skill to have, but...

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Spring has sprung
Story by Katey Pappas, staff writer • April 20, 2021

All of the four seasons are wonderful in their own ways. In the summertime, one can spend time lounging by the pool and traveling the world. In the fall, people get to experience...

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Sometimes, the key to happiness is looking for joy in the little things; from a cup of tea to a walk, it
Ways to be happier
Story by Katey Pappas, staff writer • April 18, 2021

If there’s one thing all teenagers can agree on, it's that some days the best thing to do is go home, kick off your shoes and forget about your homework and everything else...

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PAC pond goose Watson had many opinions to share once he was approached for an interview.
On the goose chase
Story by Stephanie Jumper, feature editor • April 1, 2021

From shaking hands with taxidermists to discovering the intense world of female powerlifting, the Tiger Times have interviewed a variety of people all across campus and beyond,...

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Joining journalism
Story by Stephanie Jumper, feature editor • March 23, 2021

The time is coming. The time when devoted members of every club across campus parade through the halls advertising their interests. Students will try to entrance you with...

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King vs. God
Story by Logan Diggs , managing editor • March 12, 2021

Teeth grind as an abnormally large gorilla punches a monstrous lizard in the face, nails are bitten as the lizard breathes fire, and white knuckles grip pocketbooks as those...

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About a week ago
Story by Logan Diggs, managing editor • March 11, 2021

Ackquille Jean Pollard (better known as Bobby Shmurda) was born in Miami, FL on August 4, 1994. Bobby's path to stardom was a very fast and unexpected one, considering that...

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After critiquing some of the worst books she
These books do not stink
Story by Emma Allen, staff writer • March 9, 2021

Since I was but a wee tot, I’ve loved books and reading. Though there is little time for that anymore if it’s not assigned for school (and we all know those usually aren’t...

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A senior points at his constellation during a starry night. There
What’s to come
Story by Zoe Rushing, staff writer • March 5, 2021

It was Dec. 31, 2020 and the clock was ticking down the seconds to tell the new year. Midnight marked the end of 2020 and the beginning of 2021. As the year was almost here,...

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submitted photos. While the snow trapped students inside, their furry friends couldn
Four-legged friends have fun in winter weather
Story by Graci Henard, staff writer • March 2, 2021

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Seniors Malley Wallace and Endsley Norman sled down a snowy hill on Feb. 15. While the cold weather has proved to be fun, some people struggle with knowing how to properly tackle the snow.
The cold never bothered us anyway
Story by Cate Rounds, editor in chief • February 17, 2021

Ah, Texas. When people think of Texas weather, they usually think of intense heat, unbearable humidity and drastic changes in weather that leave the locals unsure of wearing...

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Many single people may truly feel content about not having an “other half,” but they must admit that the feeling of solitariness grows when Valentine’s Day is near. There’s no shame in longing for the touch of another person on this passionate holiday, but being single doesn’t mean you can’t still have a romantic, candle-lit night in.
Will “I” be my Valentine?
Story by Maria Rangel, staff writer • February 14, 2021

Many single people may truly feel content about not having an “other half,” but they must admit that the feeling of solitariness grows when Valentine’s Day is near....

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While Valentines is a common holiday loved by many, it
What’s not to love
Story by Zoe Rushing, staff writer • February 13, 2021

Cupid, red roses and cards with sweet little notes have all become common symbols of Valentine’s Day, but how and where did this holiday even come from? Well, here are some...

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Oversized and simple, these are featured items of this year
Overrated fashion in 2020
Story by Katey Pappas, staff writer • February 12, 2021

2020 had many new fashion trends. Some were outrageous, some were boring, and some were beautiful. This story is focusing on trends that aren’t necessarily bad or ugly,...

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Like a car wreck, some movies are so bad that it
Terrible, weirdly popular movies
Story by Katey Pappas, staff writer • February 2, 2021

Not all movies are created equal. Some movies are basically flawless and have 100% on Rotten Tomatoes. Others, however, have a very low rating. And they deserve it. Even though...

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