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Up in the hair

Up in the hair

Story by Margaret Debenport, opinion editor March 14, 2020

Pollen has started to fall, the little flowers that sprinkle the ground are sprouting and afternoon thunderstorms are beginning to roll in. It’s early spring, and with the cold weather rolling out,...

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Battling burnout

Story by Doug Kyles, staff writer March 13, 2020

The “King of YouTube” PewDiePie, vlog-star Elle Mills and parody creator Alex Wassabi are all wildly successful in their own right. Between them, millions of fans check in every time they upload on...

New kid on the walk

New kid on the walk

Story by Doug Kyles, staff writer March 12, 2020

“Is it any good?”, “How’s the staff?”, “Is it really worth the hype?” These questions and more are asked among every community amidst the opening of any new restaurant, as the establishment...

Teens browse through signed copies of books at  the North Texas Teen Book Festival in Irving, Texas.

A trip for the books

Story by Peyton Sims and Andrea Loredo March 11, 2020

On Saturday, March 7, The Texas High Library Club had the opportunity to attend the North Texas Teen Book Festival in Irving, Texas.The students that attended had the opportunity to buy books, meet authors...

Real price of beauty

Real price of beauty

Story by Ruth Heinemann, staff writer March 6, 2020

Over the last few years, the beauty industry has been growing continuously thanks to influencer brands and corporations like Kylie Cosmetics, Morphe, and Anastasia Beverly Hills. When influencers like...

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The future of fashion

Story by Margaret Debenport, opinion editor February 27, 2020

Models strut down the runway, making history as they debut the fashions of the future. Like most things in high fashion that simply don’t make sense, collections that debut in the fall are meant to be...

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Evolution of artists and fans

Story by Joseph Asher, staff writer February 26, 2020

Every move, decision or mistake that a celebrity makes the world knows about or discovers within seconds. Many fans have slowly but surely developed an unhealthy obsession with the pop culture world, wanting...


TikTok tunes

Story by Stephanie Jumper, staff writer February 26, 2020

“Hot Girl Bummer.” “Sweet But Psycho.” “GOMF.” Three songs part of an ever growing category the internet has claimed as its own. These titles might not ring a bell, but each tune is recognizable...

THS alumnus Jerry Mitchell will speak to students Feb. 28 about his new book.

Comfort the afflicted, afflict the comfortable

Story by Grey Johnson, staff writer February 20, 2020

An open secret is the worst kind, and there has never been a more offensive open secret than the hate crimes committed during the Civil Rights Era. Hate, violence, and murder were all ignored, covered...

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Money moves

Story by Brooklyn Watson, staff writer February 14, 2020

Winning the lottery is a big deal for many adults. Scratching six numbers, hoping every number will match. If they win the jackpot, they can receive an abundance of money. However, it is very rare for...

Everything you can learn from watching “Love Island”

Everything you can learn from watching “Love Island”

Story by Margaret Debenport, opinion editor February 12, 2020

Have you ever wondered what would happen if you put a bunch of twenty somethings looking for love in a dream house on a beautiful island with no connection to the outside world? Well, of course you haven't,...


Confronting conflict with comedy

Story by Doug Kyles and Makenzie Hofert February 11, 2020

One of the most perilous times for a country’s citizens are the hours following an act of war. Looking back historically, the aftermath of the tense situations that might pull the country into a war...

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