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Aislyn Echols

Aislyn Echols, opinion editor

Junior Aislyn Echols is both ecstatic and terrified about her junior year in high school. Being the new opinion editor, she is ready to work with the new staff writers to make amazing stories. With her being in mostly AP and DC classes, her fear of failure drives her through this year. To escape her stress-filled school life, she likes to unwind with a good book or create a new art project. Aislyn would most likely be found watching either the “Harry Potter” or “Hunger Games” series for the millionth time alone in her room. She enjoys her alone time but cherishes time with people who share her interests and ideas.

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The four years leading up to this election were, for many Americans, the most traumatic and stressful years of their lives. So many emotions ran through their body and soul as this administration controlled their country.

After the coup

March 9, 2021
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

February 18, 2021
Santa Claus is one of the most widely known holiday figures in the media.

Locking up Claus

December 25, 2020
ASL Honor Society and Leader-In-Me are spearheading the Christmas Service Project.

Offering holiday help

December 4, 2020
Two teens sit on the bed of a truck while star gazing. Zodiac signs play an important role in many  peoples' lives.

Look to the stars

November 9, 2020
There are a multitude of dangerous and life threatening challenges that people have performed on the internet.

Challenged to the limit

November 7, 2020
A TISD teacher eyes the computer before her that currently acts as a virtual classroom for her online students. Teachers rearranged their curriculum in order to comply with the at-home learners.

Pandemic vs. teachers

October 22, 2020
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Blissfully solitary

December 18, 2019
Photo Illustration. Students from each grade level represent their respective era of the high school experience and the emotions that accompany it.

Four years of turmoil

December 4, 2019
Graphic by Aislyn Echols

Drawing in the scares

November 3, 2019
Graphic by Peyton Sims. The Halloween and Costume Association has launched a petition to change the date from October 31st to the last Saturday in October. The association and some parents say that having Halloween on a Saturday might make it so that parents can accompany their kids to festivities easier.

Date on Scares

October 31, 2019
Submitted photo. The Gamble family faces challenges unknown to families with only a couple children.

The more the merrier

October 31, 2019
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Fear behind the phobia

October 15, 2019
Graphic by Aislyn Echols

When Cultures Commingle

October 15, 2019
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Book Upgrade

October 15, 2019
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A bark for help

September 30, 2019
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