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Distance makes the heart grow fonder
Distance makes the heart grow fonder
Story by Mikayla Zverina, culture editor • April 16, 2021

It is no secret that this year has had its trials, especially with the notorious strains the coronavirus has put on individuals. One person’s family in particular has been...

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Mayowa Onare writes his name on the white board in his classroom. Despite Onare
Say my name
Story by Peyton Sims, editor in chief • April 8, 2021

Ota Ibayomi Sugbon Oluwa Mayowa Abraham Onare. These seven words are not the mere jumbling of letters that many perceive them as. They represent a culture. They’re an...

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New year, new fears
New year, new fears
Story by Macy Maynard, staff writer • March 11, 2021

2020 is regarded by the media and students alike as the most infamous year of the 21st century so far. From an extended spring break to school going virtual, the past 11 months...

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Junior Jeremy Creek performs as the only male character in the One Act Play put on by the Tiger Theatre Company. The five actors competed along with their tech crew at Sulphur Springs, advancing in the UIL competition.
The sky is the limit
Story by Doug Kyles, news story • March 10, 2021

On Thursday afternoon at Sulfur Springs High School, the curtains closed on the Tiger Theater’s company’s district performance of Silent Sky, a modern historical play...

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Senior Assad Malik shoots a clip for a news package video. Malik has won numerous awards for his videography work.
Following the heart with the mind 
Story by Logan Diggs, Managing editor • March 4, 2021

As the lens is focused and the recording button is pushed, what happens in front of a camera has the capability of affecting masses in different ways. Cameras have enabled...

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This year, the Olveras had to face many obstacles all circling back to one issue: COVID-19. Because of ongoing safety hazards, the Mexican border has been closed on and off. 
Borderline precautions
Story by Graci Henard, staff writer • February 25, 2021

Every December, senior Alan Olvera and his family pack up and head south, excited to see family and friends from their town, San Miguel de Allende. Their trailer is bulging...

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submitted photo. Keely Johnson receives her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Many debate whether or not the shot is worth their safety.
Worth the shot
Story by Macy Maynard, staff writer • February 19, 2021

A simple poke can save your life, or will it? The COVID-19 vaccine has been called into question whether it’s worth it or not. Keely Johnson had no concerns as to getting...

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Growing up in a society that believes in these ideals for people can take a toll on kids growing up. This is the case for junior Alex Hines, who has grown up being body shamed for being too skinny.
Body positivity
Story by Aislyn Echols, opinion editor • February 18, 2021

Hourglass figure, weighs under 120 pounds, no acne, no stretch marks and hairless like a newborn. These are some of the requirements of the perfect woman in societys’ eyes....

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What once was solely a hobby to Donald W. Trumble has since transformed into a business that gives him a purpose behind the start of his day. Arkansas Wildlife Taxidermy is one of the most well known locations for the craft across the city.
Preserving the passion
Story by Peyton Sims, editor in chief • February 11, 2021

As you turn down a desolate path in Texarkana, Arkansas, an arrow that reads “TAXIDERMIST” assures you that you’re heading in the right direction. From sunrise to sunset,...

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In today
Raising their voices
Story by Taylor Bayonne, staff writer • February 10, 2021

As the Black Lives Matter movement and the recent presidential election are some of our nation’s biggest focal points at the moment, many people take a look at our country’s...

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Senior Fezeka Barnes explains the importance of changing this terminology.
Proposition for change
Story by Caden Rainwater, sports editor • February 1, 2021

It’s time. Time for a change. Time for overdue respect. Time for equality.  It’s not hard to find someone in this country not fighting for a cause; people are on edge...

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Due to the unfortunate chain of events that occurred in 2020, many students have found themselves having to rethink their future careers.
Careers, college and COVID
Story by Maria Rangel, staff writer • January 18, 2021

Before March 2020, Americans were unaware that the coming year would become a living nightmare. The pandemic threw 22 million people out of work in the spring, with unemployment...

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Across the campus, many teachers found their passion while sitting in the same desks that their students sit in now.
From teens to teachers
Story by Stephanie Jumper, feature editor • January 13, 2021

Four long, grueling years of memorizing textbooks cover to cover, navigating social settings and tirelessly clawing at the top class rank. All for a printed sheet of paper...

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Everyone has a name. It is one of the many things that connects all humans.
Behind the name
Story by Emma Allen, staff writer • January 7, 2021

Everyone has a name. It is one of the many things that connects all humans. What do people do when they get attached to something? Be it an animal or an inanimate object,...

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Students are finding the act of keeping up with online school mentally draining. While many students have been told that they don
The mental impact of being remote 
Story by Margaret Mutoke, staff writer • December 21, 2020

It's 11:59 P.M., the computer reads “12 MISSING ASSIGNMENTS” while you frantically try to turn them all in. Your heart races and your breathing becomes louder as the thoughts...

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