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Phoebe Neff

Phoebe Neff, copy editor

Phoebe Neff returns to Room 50B, this time, as a fierce copy editor. She underwent many changes since the last time she had to write a bio for herself, one of the biggest being that she quit band this year. While her trumpet, bandmates and competition memories will always hold a special place in her heart, quitting was an important and necessary part of her story arc. No longer a band kid, Phoebe finds herself with much more time on her hands than she is used to, and immerses herself in her love for reptiles, amphibians, academics and decoration. Another big change that occurred within her was that she learned the difference between active and passive voice in writing. With her newfound time, energy and grammar proficiency, she is committed to being the strongest copy editor to ever correct the Tiger Times, even if she has to do it from home for a little while.

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The demand for a coronavirus vaccine has been here since March, yet now when we are in the early stages of the vaccine being released to the public, many turn their head in fear or suspicion.

Rumor has it

December 15, 2020
Math teacher Cathryn Diaz sits behind her desk surrounded by disinfectants. Diaz recently battled COVID-19 while also fighting cancer.

On the frontlines

December 14, 2020
photo illustration. Submitted photos by Emily Roberts and Clint Laidlaw

Peculiar pets

November 13, 2020
photo illustration

Pet showcase

May 13, 2020
Photos courtesy of Mrs. Crane

Circus of dreams

February 22, 2020
Junior Armani Griffie dances with her flag during halftime at Tiger Stadium. Color Guard performed alongside the Marching Band at football games during the 2019 season.

Last time, best time

December 6, 2019
Photo illustration. Senior Kayla Teague poses for a photo acting as if she is in an interview.

Landing the job

October 31, 2019
Junior Lia Graham leads the guitar club in a

Strumming a new chord

September 18, 2019
Dog sits in isolation waiting  to be adopted at the Texarkana Animal Shelter. Only dogs with good temperament can be moved to the adoption floor of the shelter.

Adopt, don’t shop

September 10, 2019
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