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PSAT Team Works Toward National Merit Scholars

PSAT Team Works Toward National Merit Scholars

Sara Gerges, Staff Writer
February 11, 2016 • 7 views
Filed under Clubs & Organizations, News, Recent Stories

Junior Alyssa Crosby anxiously sat in her desk waiting for the cue to start her PSAT practice test in front of her. As she grasped her pencil in her palm as the timer was being set, she recalled all the new test-taking tactics she had learned so she may apply them to her test. As the cue to begin the... Read more »

Varsity Baseball Hits The Field

Varsity Baseball Hits The Field

Ashley Richardson, Sports Editor
February 10, 2016 • 230 views
Filed under Recent Stories, Sports Stories

Senior Cooper Keeney focuses on his offensive ability during his final season as a Bronco baseball player. With this being his senior year, Keeney has one goal in mind to end his career on a high note, State. Throughout off season, Keeney participated in multiple drills that helped improve his offensiv... Read more »

Love and Judgement

Love and Judgement

Hannah Garcia, Features Editor
February 10, 2016 • 230 views
Filed under Blogs, Recent Stories

Two teens in puppy-love wander the halls of an empty high school. Forced to hide their relationship, dodging everyone in sight. Constantly hearing words of negativity on how they shouldn’t love one another, “It’s wrong. It’s not right. You’re disgusting. Why don’t you just leave?” The ... Read more »

Nathan Haslam

Nathan Haslam

Kendra Washington, Staff Writer
February 10, 2016 • 251 views
Filed under Personalities, Recent Stories

Then seventh grader, Nathan Haslam walks into Tate Springs Baptist Church, the only person in his family to have stepped foot in a church in many years. Haslam was invited by a friend and had accepted with the hope and expectation of free food. Although Haslam did not get food that evening, but he was... Read more »

5 Interesting Inventions

5 Interesting Inventions

Phillip Smith, Staff Writer
February 8, 2016 • 624 views
Filed under Recent Stories, Weekly List

As the twenty-first century progresses, inventors will emphasize that shortening time, enhancing safety and improving efficiency make up the foundation of the next big products. This list will reveal the early stages of futuristic inventions and cutting-edge technology. TAO Chair The TAO Chair takes lounging t... Read more »

Review: Making a Murderer

Review: Making a Murderer

Ashley Richardson, Sports Editor
February 5, 2016 • 977 views
Filed under Entertainment, Recent Stories

Lately, the Netflix industry has been booming with new hit series, but the most recent set of episodes, Making a Murderer, stole the show. With the intense storyline of Steven Avery’s life, giving detail into the work of lawyers and allowing the people to take a look into how the court system works, t... Read more »

My Role Model, Taylor Swift

My Role Model, Taylor Swift

Katherine Powell, Staff Writer
February 4, 2016 • 1,304 views
Filed under Blogs, Recent Stories

Taylor Swift has made her way to be one of the most well-known artists today. Whether you like her or not, you know at least one of her songs that constantly plays on the radio. She has just wrapped up her 1989 World Tour and just released her tour live on Apple Music on Dec. 20, 2015. I have loved ... Read more »

6 Things To Do: February 2016

6 Things To Do: February 2016

Monica Salazar, Entertainment Editor
February 2, 2016 • 1,135 views
Filed under Recent Stories, Weekly List

February consists of different emotions for different people, depending on relationship status. Use this list to find events to spend with your significant other, or just to spend with friends whom you love just as much, maybe more. The Addams Family This year’s musical will be held at the MISD Center for Performing Arts f... Read more »

Softball Seniors Prepare for Final Season

Softball Seniors Prepare for Final Season

Jacob Friedberg, Staff Writer
February 1, 2016 • 463 views
Filed under Recent Stories, Sports Stories

Senior Lisa Hart heads to after school open field practice. When she gets there, she works on her hitting and throwing to prepare for the upcoming softball tryouts. Hart's final year of tryouts went as planned by making the varsity team.  “I’ve been with softball throughout all of high school... Read more »

Reasons to Go to Open House

Reasons to Go to Open House

Jake Stacks, Staff Writer
February 1, 2016 • 514 views
Filed under Recent Stories, Weekly List

Open House: the annual showcase of all that a school does. But who really wants to go to school when you could be at home, the weight room, with your friends or almost anywhere else? We have compiled a list of reasons that could change your mind about attending this event. New Teachers New semester, new te... Read more »