The School Newspaper of Texas High School

Tiger Times

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The School Newspaper of Texas High School

Tiger Times

The School Newspaper of Texas High School

Tiger Times

Joseph Haynes-Stewart

Joseph Haynes-Stewart, Editor-In-Chief

Joseph Haynes Stewart, more commonly known as Joe, is an Editor in Chief for the Tiger Times newspaper. He is involved in 11 clubs on campus being in a leadership role in nine of them. During his time last year, he developed a love for writing that he had no clue he would’ve possessed and is grateful for it. His inner desire to find out more about the world still burns strong and is the fuel for him to do his best as an editor.

All content by Joseph Haynes-Stewart
According to the CDC, 48,830 people died from gun-related injuries in the US during 2021.

Bugs not bullets

Story by Joseph Haynes-Stewart, Editor In Chief
April 18, 2023
photo illustration

University v. Diversity

Story by Joseph Haynes-Stewart, Editor In Chief
April 11, 2023

Story by Joseph Haynes-Stewart, Editor in Chief
February 16, 2023
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, 10.4 percent of American households experienced hunger in 2021, Texas being one of the states with the highest percentage.

Behind closed cabinets

Story by Joseph Haynes-Stewart, Editor In Chief
January 31, 2023

[Video] Stanley Cups

January 26, 2023

[Video] Cancel Culture

January 23, 2023
Freshman Julian Lindley Jr. stands with Texas High student council and his family as they celebrate his wish finally being granted. This is moment he will never forget.

A wish granted

Story by Joseph Haynes-Stewart, Editor in Chief
January 18, 2023
People play instruments in order to express themselves. Music can be created by anyone for a million different reasons.

Why instruments makes a difference

Story by Joseph Haynes-Stewart, Editor in Chief
January 11, 2023
Junior Raul Azimov is a foreign exchange student at Texas High. Hes traveled from Georgia to see what life in the US has to offer for a year.

Happy to be across the sea

Story by Joseph Haynes-Stewart, Editor-In-Chief
December 13, 2022
Photo Illustration: Beto ORouke and Governor Greg Abbott face off in the November election of 2022. (Bryan Cahn/Zuma Press/TNS & Lynda M. Gonzalez/TNS/Dallas Morning News)

Voting for dummies

Story by Joseph Haynes-Stewart, Editor in Chief
November 7, 2022
Yosra Nseirat stands in front of the Palestine flag proud to be Middle Eastern.

Protect Palestine

Story by Joseph Haynes-Stewart, Editor-In-Chief
September 26, 2022
T-high car culture

T-high car culture

Story by Joseph Haynes-Stewart, News Editor
April 26, 2022
Far-right fervor

Far-right fervor

Story by Joseph Haynes-Stewart, News Editor
April 20, 2022
Members of TISD cheer as the orange ribbon is cut, signifying the opening of the new welcome center.

A warm welcome

Story by Joseph Haynes-Stewart, News Editor
March 11, 2022
A panhandler sits at an intersection with a sign seeking work.

Part 3: A Panhandler’s Tale

Story by Joseph Haynes-Stewart, News Editor
January 27, 2022

Abortion Debate

Story by Doug Kyles and Joseph Haynes-Stewart
December 15, 2021
Mayor Bob Bruggeman encourages those who want to help with the homeless situation in Texarkana donate to organizations that offer assistance to the homeless.

Part 2: Organized Efforts

Story by Joseph Haynes-Stewart, Staff Writer
December 10, 2021
Part 1: Michael and Chief

Part 1: Michael and Chief

Story by Joseph Haynes-Stewart, Staff Writer
December 1, 2021
Junior Joseph Haynes-Stewart comments upon the inaction and disappointing policies of the current Democratic Party.

A Democrat on Democrats

Story by Joseph Haynes-Stewart, Staff Writer
September 24, 2021
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