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12 Questions with Catherine Burgess

January 22, 2014


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Senior Catherine Burgess is the yearbook ad manager,  an all district volleyball player, and a member of the Lady Hawks basketball team. But what you may not know is she is very funny, a Netflix obsessor, and a Razorback fan. We sat her down and asked a few questions....

Boring Christmas? Here’s something different

Boring Christmas? Here’s something different

Ashlyn Hurst, Editor

December 12, 2013


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Stockings hung from the fireplace. Presents tucked under a brightly-lit tree. A plate of cookies waiting for Santa. Tired of the traditional Christmas celebration? Here are a few suggestions to spice your holidays this year. 1) Tired of peppermint? Order some bacon or gravy candy canes to decorate...

Batteries not included: Robotics class offers creative outlet

Batteries not included: Robotics class offers creative outlet

Emily Engstrom, Reporter

October 18, 2013


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Deep in the darkness of the 200 hall, behind the catacombs of chemistry, a group of students are working to save humanity from a toxic waste catastrophe. Actually, it’s not humanity, but a group of Lego figures posing as people. And the task is just a part of a new class, Robotics, offered...

Holidays With A Twist

Holidays With A Twist

Naveed Haque, Online Editor

December 3, 2012


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For the general population in America Christmas is celebrated just the way we see it in Home Alone, without actually being left home alone. The basic Thanksgiving dinner, but with ham instead of turkey. Presents, family, and maybe snow if you’re lucky. However, what is Christmas like for those not ...

A Life Changed by Love

A Life Changed by Love

Jordan Hearn, Reporter

September 30, 2012


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I’m on my knees holding him close to me, looking into his deep brown eyes, and I hear him say it. In English. “I love you.” I feel my eyes getting hot and watery. I can’t believe he said it. I stammer out “I love you too, Joshua.” I know its true. I stand up and take one last picture with...

Ascension

Ascension

Ashlyn Hurst, Reporter

September 12, 2012


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Ten in your math class. Five in English. Across campus, the number of students in each class has grown due to the surge of freshman and new student enrollment. But this expansion hasn’t stopped advanced art teacher, Nicole Brisco, from creating artwork for her show this fall. “Some art teachers might use it [in...

Generation Q’s

Generation Q’s

Mark Northam, Reporter

April 24, 2012


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Boys Will Be Boy… Scouts

Boys Will Be Boy… Scouts

Mark Northam, Reporter

February 16, 2012


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Sitting next to the fire, sophomore Logan Young was beginning to sleep when he was jolted awake by screams. He rose from his spot and spun around in an attempt to see what was the mater. Logan noticed that his head was hot, very hot. A scream tore out of his mouth as he realized his hair was on fire. “I...

Not Your Average Sport

Not Your Average Sport

Josh Whitt, Sports Editor

February 15, 2012


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He’s German. He has a different sense of style. And is sometimes known as the “good” soccer player. But students may not know that junior Malte Prietz is known back home as a ping-pong player. He takes ping-pong from just a casual game to a real sport. “People think it’s not very hard,”...

Choices, Choices!

Choices, Choices!

Ashlyn Hurst, Mark Northam, , Kenzie Floyd, and Naveed Haque, Reporter, Reporter, News Editor, Online Editor

January 28, 2012


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Ron Paul was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA. He is a graduate of Gettysburg College and the Duke University School of Medicine, and he served as a flight surgeon in the U.S. Air Force during the 1960s. Paul and his wife Carol moved to Texas in 1968, where he started his medical practice in Brazo...

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