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Cameron Murry

Cameron Murry, staff writer, photographer

Cameron Murry is a staff photographer and staff writer for the Tiger Times. Her hobbies include writing, baking, listening to country music, and watching the sunset over Broken Bow Lake. Her Southern belle attitude and accent make her a source of amusement amongst the newspaper staff. She can often be found hiding out in room 50A, avoiding the impending reality of graduation and laughing at every joke she hears. She has a habit of stressing out too much over her schoolwork, explaining why she can typically be found sporting an oversized T-shirt and pink Crocs. Cameron has a passion for trying new things and living life to its fullest potential. Her philosophy on life is this: There will be one moment in each day that makes you look forward to tomorrow. Her heart is bigger than it seems, which is why she plans on devoting her future to helping others through nursing. When she isn’t in Texarkana, Murry can be found in the great state of Oklahoma, lifting canoes and living her best life.

All content by Cameron Murry
Social disservice

Social disservice

April 3, 2019
With six AP classes on his belt, senior Carson McCarver continues to strive academically in his last year of high school. McCarvers been involved in a NASA exploration program along with being in orchestra.

Driven to succeed

March 18, 2019
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A historical injustice

February 18, 2019
A senior fills out an application detailing the planned college of attendance. Seniors faced countless applications in the fall for scholarships and college admissions.

Applying some pressure

February 1, 2019
Learning to forgive

Learning to forgive

January 24, 2019
Since all end of course exams are now being taken on computer, the Texas Education Agency offers tutorials and practice tests designed to provide opportunities for students and staff to familiarize themselves with the online testing environment and embedded tools.

[Photo] Going digital

December 25, 2018
Dancers featured in “Thr Nutcracker” practice during dress rehearsal. Participants practiced for months for the show.

Nutcracker excitement

November 30, 2018
Graphic by Cameron Murry

Necessity of vaccinations

November 29, 2018
Students ability to drive to school affects their high school experience. Access to a vehicle prompts a higher social status than students who do not have this privilege.

[Photo] Cruise control

November 16, 2018
Graphic by Jasmine Geyer

Pigment of imagination

November 1, 2018
Illustration by Victoria Van

Quitters can win too

October 29, 2018
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[Photo] Lions maul Tigers

September 28, 2018
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[Photo] Making it work

September 28, 2018
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[Photo] Frying the bacon

September 8, 2018
Hope Chests, which are usually used for marriage preparation, are becoming increasingly more popular for a variety of uses.

A hopeful tradition

September 2, 2018
Birth control is one of many aspects that is not covered in abstinence-only education. According to Planned Parenthood, only 18 states have legislation that require educators to share information about birth control.

A safer sex ed

August 25, 2018
Senior Cole Jean takes advantage of the schools new cell phone policy. The 2018-19 school year will allow phones to be used at lunch.

Food out, phones out

August 16, 2018
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