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Langley Leverett

Langley Leverett, editor in chief

Online editor in chief, dancer of 15 years and a profound lover of small animals, senior Langley Leverett is just a girl in an overwhelming world. She has no idea what college she is attending yet, and honestly no clue as to what career she plans to pursue. You can find her with her nose in a book and earbuds in her ears, and if by chance someone mentions the word “debate,” you can bet she will be interested. While she is on the road to self discovery, she has faith that God is not going to let her stray too far from home. Life is an unstable ride, but hey, she’s not backing down anytime soon. [email protected]

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Write it all down

March 7, 2018
graphic by Langley Leverett

Read between the lines

January 30, 2018
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Hold them tight

October 26, 2017
Senior Morgan Cook receives her crown as the 2017 homecoming queen. Texas High played Mt. Pleasant at Tiger Stadium on Friday, Oct. 20.

Grace in her heart

October 20, 2017
graphic by Langley Leverett

PSAT to be held on Oct. 11

September 17, 2017
Positive Post-It Notes line the walls of the English hallway as a way to show support to the student body.

All things work for good

September 12, 2017
Senior english students are writing inspiring words to counteract the adversities that the Texas High community has faced.
Submitted photo

We rise by lifting others

September 5, 2017
Junior Macheala McAdams is pursuing a career in computer science and mathematics. She is passionate about technology and wants to encourage other young women to chase their ambitions.

Shifting gears

May 19, 2017
Tammy and Racheal Sizemore look at old pictures. Tammy was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in spring 2016 after previously recovering from breast cancer.

Keep the faith

December 3, 2016
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Heart of a lion

October 20, 2016
Senior Peyton Smith smiles as she helps set up for the Walk to End Alzheimers. This charity race took place at Texas A&M University-Texarkana on Saturday.

A walk to remember

October 6, 2016
Tips from a traveler

Tips from a traveler

August 19, 2016
New year, new me? No

New year, new me? No

January 20, 2016
Sophomore Kyzia Johnson writes her name on the board during class. I really dont feel like the word disabled, Johnson said. I feel its not a very nice word to label someone or yourself.

Can’t slow her down

December 25, 2015
Cherish the moments

Cherish the moments

October 29, 2015
Keeping the momentum

Keeping the momentum

October 18, 2015
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