The School Newspaper of Texas High School

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The School Newspaper of Texas High School

Tiger Times

The School Newspaper of Texas High School

Tiger Times

Emma Allen

Emma Allen, Arts Editor

Emma Allen, for her second year on the publications staff, has managed to evade working as an editor on any of the previously existing sections. She chose instead to create a new section, literary arts, now approved for publication. She has made the decision to juggle not only school but band, color guard, newspaper, a job, and college applications. On top of that, she decided to revive the school’s literary magazine that has not been published for the past few years. She is excited to be on both the rifle and sabre line in the color guard for this year’s marching show, though the bruises from catching incorrectly are sure to be numerous. In her final year of high school, she plans to keep both her grades and sanity from slipping.

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Senior Katarina Jordan places a round of chess during her enrichment. Jordan is the only girl competitor in class.

Queen of the board

April 29, 2021
Out of millions of books, theres bound to be a couple that may be unworthy of reading.

These books stink

January 24, 2021
Everyone has a name. It is one of the many things that connects all humans.

Behind the name

January 7, 2021
Music is considered to be a universal language. Different genres appeal to different people, but whether they realize it or not, most people have a song that’s important to them.

An important playlist

December 28, 2020
I tried every food available to me at a typical Christmas dinner.

A delicious(?) Christmas

December 14, 2020
Life long hours of  practice and weekends of tryouts help form how band teachers impact students lives.

The ins and outs of DCI

November 30, 2020
Senior Aaron Montano practices for All-region through the computer screen. This year, All-region is planned for Dec. 9.

Choir and COVID-19

November 20, 2020
 A group of friends gathers in an old barn to watch a classic horror film on a projector. This year, teenagers celebrated Halloween in numerous creative ways due to COVID-19 restrictions.

A quarantined Halloween

November 4, 2020
photo illustration.

Suck on this

October 6, 2020
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