Published on Wednesday, April 27, 2011 by Marisa Lindeman
Today, most people who go to the salon to get a haircut are there for reasons of vanity, but for some people it’s all about giving back. A national program named Locks of Love (LOL), allows people of all ages to snip away their hair to give children who suffer from hair loss self-confidence and pride while battling through multifarious diseases and disorders.
Published on Tuesday, April 26, 2011 by Emily Nash
We all know the story of Little Red Riding Hood, the tale of a girl in a red cloak who was to take a basket to her grandmother, but ended up being a nice snack for a hungry wolf. This year, a new and slightly twisted version of Little Red Riding Hood came out in theatres.
Published on Thursday, April 21, 2011 by Stephani Whisenant
Published on Tuesday, April 19, 2011 by John Fuller
Published on Wednesday, April 13, 2011 by Emma Raleigh
Teaching takes a lot of heart, and in Chad Cryer’s case, that statement has an even deeper meaning. The AP United States and IB 20th Century History teacher recently underwent open-heart surgery in the fall of 2010. After seven years of teaching at Bryan High, it was an adjustment to return to the classroom after such an experience.
Published on Monday, April 11, 2011 by Jamie Berthold
Published on Friday, April 8, 2011 by John Fuller
A high school diploma grants each student incredible opportunity. Yet many don’t explore the depth and extent of this opportunity in considering potential careers after high school.
One of the most overlooked job paths for high school students is in working for the city, and, as the city undergoes rapid expansion and growth, these jobs are increasingly important.
Published on Wednesday, April 6, 2011 by Emily Nash
In high school, being involved in different extra-curricular activities while maintaining good grades isn’t always a simple task. While balancing choir, softball and her schoolwork, senior Emily Peirce is a good example of what it takes to succeed in each of these areas.
Published on Wednesday, April 6, 2011 by Emma Raleigh
In the past, a high school student might go home after school and read a book for fun. Now, it’s common to find American teenagers sitting in front of the television set, mindlessly watching programs with no educational value. Though there are many ways to learn new things about the world around us, the desire to learn in adolescents is almost nonexistent.
Published on Monday, April 4, 2011 by Eduardo Alvarado
Academic Decathlon (AcaDec) is a yearly competition that tests students’ knowledge in multiple categories including art, mathematics and science to name a few. Students compete individually and as a team to advance through the competition.
Published on Friday, April 1, 2011 by Jamie Berthold
In the vibrant celebration of music and dance, students from diverse backgrounds join together to form Vikingoteo, which promotes leadership, community and friendship while incorporating fun.
Sponsor Alejandro Morales has developed the band based on different cultures and languages.