The School Newspaper of Texas High School

Tiger Times

The School Newspaper of Texas High School

Tiger Times

The School Newspaper of Texas High School

Tiger Times

A price to pay

A price to pay

Story by Doug Kyles, News Editor April 14, 2021

When Capital One asked a thousand adults about the most significant stressors in their lives, 77% of adults cited their worries with money as the challenge that stands out above all else. Since there’s...

Some of the most recognizable careers don’t require a college degree at all. In fact, students do not need to get a college degree in order to have a profitable career that also makes them happy.

Dreaming beyond the degree

Story by Cate Rounds, editor in chief April 5, 2021

One of the most common questions adults ask children is, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Despite being only a few years into their lives, these kids seem to have very clear visions of their...

In todays age, young love is shared more behind a phone screen rather than a  dinner table.

Rethinking romance

Story by Peyton Sims , editor in chief February 14, 2021

The candle lit dinners. The endless bouquets of roses. The showering of kisses. All are likely expectations of your dream date but are rarely seen outside of a Hallmark movie. In today’s age, relationships...

For the first ten weeks of school, students who arrived early were allowed to remain in their cars; however, administrators are now in full-throttle to prevent students from staying in the parking lot before the first bell.

Parking problems

Story by Graci Henard, staff writer November 5, 2020

There’s a saying that a few bad apples ruin the whole bunch. That’s what has happened with students sitting in their vehicles before school starts. For the first ten weeks of school, students who arrived...

photo illustration.

Facts over feelings

Story by Braden McKinnon and Reese Langdon November 3, 2020

Without a doubt, this election has many controversies associated with it. Major political events that have been emphasized this year are racial rights, justice issues, tax fraud, more recently, the death...

Warning of the invisible beast

Warning of the invisible beast

September 10, 2020

Suicidal tendencies in people all over the United States have risen in recent years. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, suicide has become the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S....

Graphic by Margaret Debenport

Fuel for change

September 26, 2019

The principal comes over the intercom. This is just a drill. We hide in the darkest corners of rooms, away from doors and windows and under desks. One or two laughs might be heard to break through the...

graphic by Victoria Van

Thinking elementally

Story by Grey Johnson, culture editor March 14, 2019

Mental health plays an integral part in every student’s academic career, directly affecting their ability to conduct themselves in everyday situations, classroom environments, and professional settings....

graphic by Victoria Van

Subject to the jurisdiction of prejudice

December 21, 2018

Every six weeks is like a routine. The newspaper staff goes through our usual process. Sit down. Discuss current events. Decide what issue the students care about. Write and publish a story. And like all...

This school year, administration makes changes to benefit students in a positive way. Photo illustration by Victoria Van

A positive outlook

Story by Tiger Times staff November 4, 2018

As we walk through the hallways, students sense a different setting around them. There is loud chatter among students; laughter erupts from them. There’s something distinct about this year. It’s more...

Students are expected to live up to high standards academically but suffer when it comes to being prepared in the real world— the future of ones career.

The future of your career

Story by Tiger Times staff October 16, 2018

High school is the intersection of a large number of social constructs: cooperative socialization, child development  and professional development, among others. Society has come to a consensus that education...

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Look ahead to safety

Story by Tiger Times Staff April 12, 2018

Since 2013, there have been more than 300 school shootings in America. There have been at least 17 shootings in 2018 alone, averaging more than once a week. Students don’t think it will ever happen to...

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