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The School Newspaper of Texas High School

Tiger Times

The School Newspaper of Texas High School

Tiger Times

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University v. Diversity

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

The Supreme Court is the law of the land in the United States. It is arguable that there is no other institution that comes even close to matching the Court’s influence over American society to this...

Texas High students celebrate their unique cultures by participating in a fashion show featuring traditional attire. This is the multicultural clubs second year putting on this event.

Embracing ethnicities

Story by Nashita Kalam, News/Feature Editor February 25, 2023

Dozens of students dressed in their colorful traditional attire crowd in the math and science building waiting to be announced. Their name is called, and they make their way down the stairs with a smile...

Delores Caamano is a Senior Director of Partner Development for Equal Opportunity Schools. She works with the organization to encourage more diversity in advanced high school curriculums.

Minority mission

Story by Stephanie Jumper, Editor-In-Chief May 20, 2022

Her skin smelled of ashes. Her pockets were drained of change. And the beginning of her life was rife with misfortune. Just the smoke stench of her clothes was evidence enough that Dolores Caamano was...

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Bobbichrystena Hatchett discusses strategies to involve more students in school activities and organizations.

Speak your mind

Story by Joseph Asher, staff writer January 16, 2020

Before, she was quiet, missing that push to stop being a follower and start being a leader. The opportunity came when sophomore Bobbichrystena Hatchett was asked to join a new program for Texas High, Leader...

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More than just entertainment

Story by Molly Kyles, staff writer April 24, 2018

When one goes to see a horror movie, they never expect to be awed. Screams and laughter seem to be the response elicited by most modern thrillers, and while some may bring tears, the chances that the film...

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A show to die for

Story by Addison Cross, Staff Writer February 16, 2018

The 1988 cult classic film, “Heathers” was created to showcase the way society elevates the privileged, represented by three beautiful, rich white girls who form a clique excluding those who don’t...

Open your heart

Open your heart

Story by Kaitlyn Gordon, staff writer November 9, 2017

She’s wearing a Women’s March t-shirt with pride. He’s white and young standing boastfully in his “Make America Great Again” t-shirt. She’s black with large curly hair and a voice so loud no...

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