Tiger Times

Zoe Rushing

Zoe Rushing, staff writer

Zoe Rushing is a sophomore and a first-year staff writer for Tiger Times. She strives to accomplish the goals she has set for herself, but this often leads to overstressing way too much. She is hoping to get more involved with the school and join the Art Club. When she’s not at school working, she’s either drawing in the sketchbook she takes everywhere or reading a new fantasy or mystery book. She also holds a strong love for comics, animation and her siblings most of the time, and is ready to get going in this new school year and her first year as part of the newspaper staff.

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No explanation

May 15, 2021
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The misunderstood

May 12, 2021
A senior points at his constellation during a starry night. There's many events to look forward to in 2021, including a few meteor showers.

What’s to come

March 5, 2021
While Valentines is a common holiday loved by many, it's likely they don't know its origin.

What’s not to love

February 13, 2021
Many students across the campus have always considered art as nothing more than an extracurricular. However, if was a required core subject, there would be many benefits.

Paint it

January 21, 2021
There is no one that will argue that 2020 has been unfavorable with a worldwide pandemic, locust swarms, wildfires and more on the ever growing list. These negative events make it difficult to see a sliver of light this year, but maybe there are positive aspects within this unreal time.

A light in the tunnel

December 17, 2020
English teacher Jordan High poses in her new classroom. High began her teaching career this August alongside being a Radio DJ, dance teacher, an author and a mother.

Let’s begin

November 11, 2020
Mrs. Ochoa lectures Reach students about life lessons on Oct. 8,2020. The talk enlightened students in the class and served as an eye opener to the real world.

Chickening out 

November 1, 2020
Halloween is  speculated to be a useless holiday that doesn’t need to be celebrated. However, I believe Halloween should be celebrated and given more appreciation for all that it brings. 

Cause this is thriller

October 30, 2020
Seniors Mason Smallwood and Zane Johnston rehearse for the upcoming fall play

Places for scene two

October 29, 2020
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Growing up too fast

September 15, 2020
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