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Junior Khuslen Ganbat reflects on his time spent as a foreign exchange student. He spent the year in America from his home country of Mongolia.

Q&A with Khuslen Ganbat

Story by Nashita Kalam, Staff Writer May 5, 2022

What were some major differences you noticed when you first landed in America? [The first things I noticed] would be the people and the whole environment. Mongolia is a really cold country. The temperature...

Junior Celia Moreno Gonzales, freshman Kynlee Flippen and alumnus Willis Green stand with pride. Gonzales is a foreign exchange student from Spain, Flippen shared a memorable experience with her father and Green was a high school student during the era of educational integration.

Three stories. 300 words.

Reporters were asked to write stories with only 300 words. This proves that it is not the quantity of words on a page that makes a story captivating but the quality of words. Every perfect stranger has...

Junior Beniamino Soffietti wanders the hallways with a friend. Beniamino is getting used to life in the United States as opposed to Italy.

Across the globe

Story by Sara Havel, Staff Writer October 5, 2021

Junior year of high school should be a breeze with freshman and sophomore year life lessons under his belt, except when it’s a new school in a totally different country. High school is hard enough...

Photo illustration. Junior and foreign exchange student Ruth Heinemann poses for a photo.

There’s no place like home

Story by Ruth Heinemann, staff writer October 31, 2019

When someone says “I’m homesick,” most people don’t take the concern seriously. A reason for that might be that many people perceive this feeling as something only children struggle with. But homesickness...

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The many roads to Texas High

Story by Doug Kyles, staff writer September 30, 2019

An overcrowded hallway or a chaotic cafeteria can make anyone anxious. And while true, to those coming from a school other than Texas Middle School these challenges are more difficult. Leaving from a school...

A cultural conquest

A cultural conquest

Story by Charli Hueter, staff writer September 16, 2018

Laia Boter has only been to the United States once before, and it was to visit Lady Liberty two years ago. A vast shift of American perspective took place when she arrived in  the Sun Belt territory....

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