Tiger Times

Graphic by Kaitlyn Rogers. On Oct. 18 and 19, the Perot Theatre will be hosting ghost tours and screening classic Halloween movies.

Thrills of the Perot

Story by Peyton Sims, culture editor October 18, 2019

The Perot Theatre will be hosting ghost tours and screening classic Halloween movies this upcoming weekend. On Oct. 18, people can purchase tickets through the perot website for a haunted tour featuring...

Graphic by Holland Rainwater

The time machine

Story by Charli Hueter, staff writer January 31, 2019

There is a corridor that I have walked many times – a hallway that leads me to the past. The walls are covered by a timeless coating of memories printed upon monochrome pages. With every step, I advance...

The Ace of Clubs house still remains downtown. The home had the first colored television set in Texarkana.

History found downtown

Story by Ashlyn Winters, staff writer October 16, 2018
Forgotten history is revived along the streets of Downtown Texarkana
A piece of history

A piece of history

Story by Joseph Rodgers, editor in chief June 5, 2018

Black words on a page seemed like no more than black words as they fancifully described the French Revolution. European History AP students had read this all year, well familiar with Napoleon Bonaparte....

The students enrolled in the Holocaust and Human Rights class traveled in spring 2017 to the Little Rock Nine Monument to relive the infamous day when 1,200 members of the U.S. Armys 101st Airborne Division from Fort Campbell, Kentucky,escorted nine African-American students into Central High School in Little Rock, AR, on Sept. 24, 1957. Submitted photo

Knowledge is power

Story by Joseph Rodgers, news editor March 12, 2018

Lay your foot on Little Rock Central High School, where American soldiers escorted nine African-American students into an all-white high school as a test of Brown v. Board of Education in 1957. Meet one...

A day to dread

A day to dread

Story by Grey Johnson, staff writer October 13, 2017

Few days will ever reach the status of superstition and fear that Friday the 13th has acquired. Friday the 13th is seen as unlucky and in some cases, a day to dread. Having a Friday the 13th is exciting...

AP Art History teacher, Debbie Nicholas explains perspective to her students.

Historical changes

Story by Anna Cannon, feature editor November 2, 2015

The College Board has made drastic revisions to the AP Art History test and curriculum. Formerly known as one of the most difficult AP tests, the Art History exam could have included any piece of art in...

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