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Pinky ring

Pinky ring

Story by Logan Diggs, news editor

November 19, 2019

Many things in this world will simply never go away, no matter how much effort is put into avoiding or preventing them. One of these things is competition. Competition is the driving force behind progress and has brought human beings to astonishing accomplishments. This idea of competition is largely ...

An inclination for acceleration

An inclination for acceleration

Story by Stephanie Jumper, staff writer

November 19, 2019

Despite sophomore Sebastian Nichols’ infatuation with sports, he is seldom found on the basketball or tennis courts. Instead, his passion lies on the race track. Nichols is devoted to cycling, a hobby that has granted him experiences, opportunities and a lifetime of knowledge.    When did yo...

An upset for the books

An upset for the books

Story by Caden Rainwater and Anna Grace Jones

November 17, 2019

They were simply a team with a three-game losing streak. A team looking for a chance, desperately clinging to the hope of qualifying for playoffs. However, on Friday, Oct. 18th, the players walked off the field with a different look. They walked off the field with smiles on their faces, helmets raised ...

Tigers dunk on the Leopards

Tigers dunk on the Leopards

Story by Peyton Sims, culture editor

November 15, 2019

Ten seconds remain on the board. It’s a tied game until Texas High drains in a final layup followed by a free throw shot. On Nov. 15, the Tigers and Leopards battled it out on the court with a final score of 46-43, the Tigers taking the win....

A Wrinkle In Time

A Wrinkle In Time

Story by Mikayla Zverina, staff writer

November 15, 2019

Space-time travel, mystical beasts and hot chocolate are just a few of the things that made “A Wrinkle in Time” an instant classic. Now Texarkana College, partnered with TexRep, is taking on this ambitious world.  Joining the cast is teacher Amy Kemp as Mrs. Who.  “The play is more set...

For better or for worse

For better or for worse

Story by Joseph Asher, staff writer

November 15, 2019

It’s close to the end of the 4th quarter, shouting and screaming begins as the tuba songs starts off. Everyone gets close and starts chanting a student section chant to the beat. Getting louder and louder, before long all of student section is up and chanting.  Times like these are why the student section...

It’s not your fault

It’s not your fault

Story by Peyton Sims and Kate Morgan

November 15, 2019

Ashlee * knew something was wrong. The cursing and screaming. The slamming doors. The fighting that never seemed to end. The blaring music from her headphones couldn’t block out the sounds of a marriage falling apart. Yet it still came as a shock to Ashlee when she overheard her father shout that ...

A sudden inkling

A sudden inkling

Story by Stephanie Jumper, staff writer

November 15, 2019

She glances down at her mind’s latest creation: a simple yet stunning black peace sign. It’s a symbol that speaks volumes with so few words, preaching love and acceptance while contained within a few centimeters of surface area. Although minimal in size and structure, it is an art in its own right....

Q&A with Catt Dahman

Q&A with Catt Dahman

Story by Andrea Loredo, staff writer

November 14, 2019

The Library Club had the opportunity to meet native Texan and published author Catt Dahman. Dahman is a horror writer whose books range from extreme and mainstream horror to historical horror. Dahman talked to club members about what it takes to be a writer and how it’s not as easy as it seems. She...

The long awaited return

The long awaited return

Story by Caden Rainwater, sports editor

November 14, 2019

A season distinguished by huge wins, shared tears and new-found excitement. A season turned around from loss. A season that brought together hope and unity to formulate a winning team. The Texas High Tigers, bouncing back from their 0-3 start in district play, hold their helmets higher than ever ...

When in Rome, get sick?

When in Rome, get sick?

Story by Joseph Asher, staff writer

November 13, 2019

A dream vacation, two weeks spent in Rome and Croatia sightseeing the beautiful scenery and roaming around on Croatian islands. Her days were spent shopping and hunting for items through store windows. Her nights led her to exquisite restaurants and roaming the streets. A week on the beautiful, blue C...

Copy cat

Copy cat

Story by Peyton Sims, culture editor

November 13, 2019

Photographers worldwide are trapped in a never ending cycle in which they must endure the pain of copyright infringement. Whether a photo you took on Instagram is reposted without your consent, or you encounter what happened in my personal experience, your photo being used by a celebrity in a YouTub...

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