Tiger Times

Joseph Asher

Joseph Asher, staff writer

This year Joseph Asher is a senior, finally. A returning member to the staff, Joseph is eager to write more stories and support publications. His days are usually taken up by homework or working at Schlotzsky's. On the weekends, he can usually be found hanging out with friends, driving around and jammin' to music. This year he is captain of the dive team and a member of Leadership, StuCo, and other school clubs. He is a hard worker but is easily found stressed out about everything and is juggling the maintenance of good grades and his busy schedule. He is excited about graduating and ready to embark on his next journey: college.

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Graphic by Brooke Knight.

Keep it to yourself

April 13, 2020
Bobbichrystena Hatchett discusses strategies to involve more students in school activities and organizations.

Speak your mind

January 16, 2020
Ending the nicotine

Ending the nicotine

December 18, 2019
Senior Mya Bowers cheers for the Texas High Tigers as they play against Liberty Eylau. This was the first home game of the season for Texas High.

For better or for worse

November 15, 2019
Submitted photo. Junior Emma McMillen poses with her mother, Lacy, on their vacation in Europe.

When in Rome, get sick?

November 13, 2019
Photo Illustration

Got milk?

September 26, 2019
Senior Kemper York serves as the goalie on the Boys Varsity Soccer Team. Kemper transferred to Texas High at the beginning of this year.

Kicking it

March 7, 2019
Graphic by Margaret Debenport

The cycle of addiction

January 25, 2019
Dont bet on it

Don’t bet on it

January 18, 2019
Invisible pain

Invisible pain

December 28, 2018
As of Sept. 1, fraternities across the country have issued a ban on hard alchohol. This decision was made after the numerous death incidents of students  participating in hazing and overconsumption.

Take a shot

November 13, 2018


November 7, 2018
Join the TEAMS

Join the TEAMS

September 26, 2018
Fearing the future

Fearing the future

April 9, 2018
file photo

Swimming upstream

February 8, 2018
Freshman Makenzie Hoferts father was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis, a severe condition that slowly runs its course through the bodys respiratory system. Makenzie refuses to stop hoping that her father will heal; she shares a special bond with him. Submitted photo

Hanging onto hope

February 2, 2018
Graphic by Langley Leverett

Coming to a crash

January 22, 2018
Losing the drive

Losing the drive

December 19, 2017
The worry that consumes

The worry that consumes

December 5, 2017
Re-building relationships

Re-building relationships

November 17, 2017
A step ahead

A step ahead

October 4, 2017
Against all odds

Against all odds

August 24, 2017
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