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The dark web is often intriguing, but computer science teacher Mark Ahrens warns students against trying to access it.

Playing in the dark

Story by Stephanie Jumper, Editor-In-Chief November 25, 2021

When finding this article, most people will turn to their preferred search engine and type in a term that interests them. They may have stumbled across this article through a few mindless Googles or Bing...

Senior Christian Cole works with a robot at a robotics practice. The T-Bots robotics team built all new robots for the upcoming competition season.

Get in gear

Story by Sophie Keller, Staff Writer November 10, 2021

Two teams from the robotics club attended their first competition of the season at Lovejoy High School in Lucas, Texas, on Oct. 30. They competed against 55 other teams from across Texas for qualifiers. Both...

The classes are harder, you’re in a different environment and this is probably the first time you have been completely independent.

Breaking the code

Story by Cate Rounds, editor in chief April 21, 2021

When going off to college, everything is new and terrifying. The classes are harder, you’re in a different environment and this is probably the first time you have been completely independent. The one...

Photo illustration. Adults are quick to blame technology or material greed for teen’s lack of enthusiasm with Christmas. Far too often, the surreal Christmas experience fades away with childhood and teenagers are left in the holiday season reminiscing on their childhood experiences.

Rekindle Christmas

Story by Doug Kyles, staff writer December 16, 2019

Far too often, the surreal Christmas experience fades away with childhood and teenagers are left in the holiday season reminiscing on their childhood experiences. As we age, it’s easy to see how Christmas...

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Book Upgrade

Story by Aislyn Echols, staff writer October 15, 2019

Reading has gone through a long and exhausting evolution. It has gone from some people not being able to read, to reading being for a narrow demographic, and now, even with all of our new technologies...

graphic by Victoria Van

Harder, better, faster, stronger

Story by Joseph Rodgers, editor in chief February 25, 2019

A new arms race has begun. However, it is not really an arms race, but rather it is the race for the next generation of Internet connectivity, and the country to obtain it first may be the world’s next...

Illustration by Holland Rainwater

Teens and technology

Story by Maddie Anderson, opinion editor November 28, 2018

They smile at each other as they walk down the hallways of the school. Her hand resting on her growing belly, his hand wrapped around her waist. Junior Nicole Kennedy and her boyfriend of nearly four years...

Female students from the state of Texas attend the award ceremony for the National Center for Women and Information Technology. Junior Kaitlyn Gordon and senior Macheala McAdams both received the 2018 DFW Affiliate Winner of the NCWIT Award for aspirations in computing. submitted photo

Computing success

Story by Celeste Anderson, editor in chief May 17, 2018

Senior Macheala McAdams and junior Kaitlyn Gordon attended an award ceremony for the National Center for Women and Information Technology on March 28 where they were honored with the 2018 DFW Affiliate...

Addicted to the screen

Addicted to the screen

Story by Emma Anderson, staff writer May 8, 2018

In recent years, the use of technology has increased. Multiple innovations and new features added to different devices have helped contribute to the phenomenon called Technology Addiction or Internet Use...

Touching on new dimensions

Touching on new dimensions

Story by Eleanor Schroeder, staff writer November 9, 2015

"Anything you can imagine is possible." This quote usually provides personal motivation to achieve one’s potential. However, a certain company named after a fruit found deeper inspiration. Thinner?...

Screenshot taken of winning Tigervision PSA.

Tigervision places third with PSA

Story by Kristin McCasland, viewpoint editor March 18, 2015

Tigervision recently placed third out of 16 schools in a regional competition hosted by the Texas Department of Transportation. Seniors Austin Ryden and Matthew Crawford and junior Connor Williams created...

Photo from official Apple website at http://www.apple.com/watch/apple-watch/

Watch the watch

Story by Matthew Francis, staff writer January 12, 2015

How do I make my watch better than that person’s? This is a question that has been secretly on people’s minds for many years. But with recent technology advancements, we did the impossible. We turned...

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