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Students Date On a Budget

Students Date On a Budget

Anthony Wyatt, Video/Photo Editor

April 16, 2018


Filed under A&E, Features, Showcase, Student Life

The rain hammers against the side of the window as the world outside is consumed by the oncoming storm, music drifting down the hallway in the shadow of a single dancing candle flame just before she races towards the kitchen. The stove is boiling over and the oven is crisping a loaf of freshly purchased gar...

Stressful Misconceptions

Stressful Misconceptions

Ronak Desai, Copy Editor

April 10, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Staff Blogs, Student Life

According to the Foundation for Economic Education, millennials are members of America’s most stressed generation, and whether it’s because of parents, internal motivation or external pressure, school often magnifies rather than alleviates this stress. In fact, there are several misconceptions regarding...

I’m All Booked Up

I’m All Booked Up

Carter Colvin, Staff Writer

March 26, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase, Student Life

She rushes into her room after a long day at school, throws her backpack on the ground and sits down at her desk. As she grabs her notebook, her head is bursting with thoughts on the new plot twist she imagined in her head at school that day. Writing feverishly, Colleen Starkey tries to remember every...

Sneak Attack

Sneak Attack

Colleen Starkey, Staff Writer

March 22, 2018


Filed under Features, Student Life

As she travels through the halls, she can not help but notice just how many people are wearing sneakers. Three people on her left are wearing sneaker of all different sizes and colors. To her right, five people are wearing sneakers. When she leaves her next class, she realizes that most of the peopl...

Making Her Voice Heard

Making Her Voice Heard

Adrienne Parks, Social Coordinator

March 1, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase, Student Life

Hundreds of people wait in long, winding lines, anxiously anticipating their chance at gaining an experience unlike any other. The enchanting sounds of angelic voices harmonizing and guitar strings being plucked fill the air as a young lady soaks in the scene before her. As a feeling of uneasiness slowly...

Out of the Wazoo

Out of the Wazoo

Bailey Spencer, Staff Writer

February 12, 2018


Filed under Features, Student Life, Video

After a long and mentally exhausting day shuffling through heaps of assignments, students return to the comfort of their homes. Some students may bask in the glow of their television. Some may take delight in books. Others may embrace fur cuddles and slobbery kisses. Then, there are those who welcome the...

Senior Teaches Art Class

Senior Teaches Art Class

Caleb Smithee, Staff Writer

January 25, 2018


Filed under A&E, Student Life

Senior Audry Nilson will begin teaching an art class to kids between the ages of 8 and 10 in the near future. It will be held at the art studio that she has been attending since seventh grade. “Audry has incredible patience, knowledge and a great deal of focus,” art studio owner Maureen Killa...

Featured Faces: Sophie Taylor

Featured Faces: Sophie Taylor

Sydney Smith, Editor-In-Chief

January 25, 2018


Filed under Featured Faces, Student Life

The lights flicker back to life as the switch is flipped and the projector broadcasts ‘the end’ in big red letters on the screen. She crosses her hands in front of her on the table, calling everyone to attention to begin the discussion. Her voice is full of vibrancy as she bounces ideas off her fe...

Audio/Video Class Members Submit Films to UIL [Part 2]

Audio/Video Class Members Submit Films to UIL [Part 2]

NLM

January 18, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life, Video

Members of the advanced audio/visual class recently finished two documentaries and have submitted them to the UIL Young Filmmakers competition. "I am so proud of all the work these students put into the projects," audio/video teacher Neda Morrow said.  "It took many hours of preparation, filming,...

Audio Visual Class Prepares for Documentary [Part 1]

Audio Visual Class Prepares for Documentary [Part 1]

Kaylee Rodriquez, Social Media and Design Editor

January 10, 2018


Filed under CTE (Career and Tech), Features, Showcase, Student Life, Video

They set up the cameras and test the sound. Everything is running smoothly, and they are preparing for the final shot. The director calls “action” and they begin rolling. Students in the advanced Audio Visual Production program are making documentaries for the University Interscholastic League fil...

Sleepless in School

Sleepless in School

Ronak Desai, Copy Editor

January 9, 2018


Filed under Features, Student Life, Video

Hours of high-flying stunts, tight synchronization and powerful tumbling exhaust her before church. When finally home, tormented eyes and lethargic movement highlight her physical and mental fatigue as she sits down to begin an essay due the next day. Suddenly, she realizes she also needs to study for tes...

Sophomores Host Trunk Show for Teachers

Sophomores Host Trunk Show for Teachers

Colleen Starkey, Staff Writer

January 3, 2018


Filed under News, Student Life

Recently, sophomores Emma Grace Cox and Andrea Willoughby hosted a Sseko trunk show at the high school. Sseko is a fashion company that is based in Uganda, and it is run by Ugandan women to help them raise funds for women's education. “When the girls initially approached me, my first reaction was th...

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