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Tiger Times

The School Newspaper of Texas High School

Tiger Times

T-high car culture
T-high car culture
Story by Joseph Haynes-Stewart, News Editor • April 26, 2022

From slammed cars to lifted trucks, the vehicle culture at Texas is diverse. To find out more, we take a look at these people and their rides.

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Harry Styles Performs On NBCs Today at Rockefeller Plaza on Feb. 26, 2020, in New York. (Arturo Holmes/Getty Images/TNS)
The Harry Hype
Story by Gracie Tucker, Staff Writer • April 14, 2022

Harry Styles broke the internet when he released the first single to his new album. The song “As It Was” had 43.8 million streams when the song debuted, becoming the best...

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Trading your trash for cash
Story by Reese Langdon, Feature Editor • March 29, 2022

Swiping your card for a new t-shirt that you secretly know you won’t wear more than once. Minus $30. Handing in a wad of cash to get your daily after school Sonic drink....

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Hands grab at a plate of cookies. Senior Aislyn Echols investigated the legitimacy of the placebo effect through a taste test.
Distrustful tastebuds
Story by Aislyn Echols, Opinion Editor • March 10, 2022

The placebo effect is a psychological theory in which a patient with a non-viral or bacterial alignment is told they are being given a drug to cure them when in actuality...

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Our relations to different colors effect our mood. Red often invokes feelings of anger, whereas green commonly promotes tranquility.
Color on the brain
Story by Iya Jackson, Staff Writer • March 2, 2022

On a daily basis, we are surrounded by a vivid arrangement of colors such as pink, vermillion, shagreen, yellow, orange and the list goes on. For a millennium, scientists...

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The online game Wordle rises in popularity for those striving to train their brains.
Spell it out
Story by Gracie Tucker, Staff Writer • March 1, 2022

A new word game called Wordle has gained popularity among countless people across the world recently, with the game’s sole purpose being to try and get the Wordle word for...

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Love is in the air
Love is in the air
February 14, 2022

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Winter weather blues
Winter weather blues
Story by Melissa Singleton, Staff writer • February 10, 2022

It’s winter time and it’s freezing. You walk into class and see people shaking from the dropping temperature. Texas citizens are affected by the cold months because we...

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A variety of books common in secondary English curriculums stand in a row. Many assigned readings are notoriously boring, but others catch students attention.
Obligatory books
Story by Stephanie Jumper, Editor-In-Chief • January 31, 2022

The sound of wind swooshing around paper as each page is flipped from cover to cover. The grainy texture of a lightly torn paperback that’s been sitting in the back of the...

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Five Below and Dollar Tree reside at 3327 Mall Dr. and 3922 Summerhill Rd. respectively. Both offer a variety of goods for shoppers on a budget.
The dollar debate
Story by Melissa Singleton, Staff Writer • January 24, 2022

Everyone loves saving money. Being able to buy things you want and need for a dollar is the peak of saving money. But are all these saving money stores the same quality for...

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Many famous books have been adapted as films, but they often dont hold up to the original source material.
Beautiful book to bad blockbuster
Story by Gracie Tucker, Staff Writer • January 11, 2022

“That movie was so good,” all the time this is what we hear, but most of the time those who say this have never read the book. Little do they know the movie destroyed...

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Texarkana Community Ballets The Nutcracker opens tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the Perot Theatre. Senior Rylee McDuffie plays the role of Clara in the show.
Nutcracker returns to Perot Theatre
Story by Sophie Keller, Staff Writer • December 3, 2021

Young dancers in sparkling costumes and pale pink shoes glide across the stage, receiving applause from each eager-eyed audience member. Performances like these are exciting...

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Buy, wear, trash, repeat
Buy, wear, trash, repeat
Story by Zoe Rushing, Advertising Editor • November 23, 2021

What is fast fashion? Fast fashion is a marketing and production method that focuses on producing mass amounts of cheap, trendy clothes that are made to resemble catwalk clothes...

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The logo for the internet challenge Inktober, which THS Art Club participated in this year
Ready, set, ink
Story by Zoe Rushing, Advertising editor • November 19, 2021

On the first day of October, people from across the globe gather their pens and ink to begin drawing and posting their work for others to see. Over the course of a month,...

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A viral sensation
A viral sensation
Story by Gracie Tucker, Staff Writer • November 18, 2021

Today is a bones day. If you are not a TikTok addict you might not know about the pug named Noodle ruling the screen. Take a minute and visualize a 13-year-old pug. Of...

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