Senior earns national recognition for PSAT scores

Senior Nathan Phillips was recognized as a National Merit Commended Student earlier this year for his PSAT scores during his junior year. More than 1.6 million students took the PSAT last year, placing Nathan in the top 50,000 students in the nation.

Struggling to gain acceptance, approval proves exhausting

Having to prove myself over and over again is exhausting and takes part of my soul every time I do it. This comes into play with new managers at work, new co-workers, new teachers, and even friends’ parents.

Volume 48 Number 1

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First and goal: NFL superior to college football with talent, entertainment

I don’t understand why college football has so many more fans than the NFL. Even though college football has a huge fan base, I like the NFL more.

Coalition Day schedule for Nov. 16

The Coalition is a diverse group of more than 140 distinguished colleges and universities that is committed to making college a reality for all high school students through a set of free online college planning tools. So it’s comparable to ApplyTexas or the Common Application except that it comes with resources that help students start […]

Swim team wins double dual meet

The swim team hosted a double dual meet against Huntsville and Tomball High School earlier this month. The Viking boys beat Huntsville 138-61 and Tomball 129-110. Individual winners included James Coppernoll in the 100 and 200 free, Ayden Ayers in the 50 Butterfly, Alfonso Bautista-Mendez in the 50 back, and Hayden Moreno in 1 meter […]

Book tackles difficult subject matter: Unexpected ending leaves readers in tears

Me Before You, an amazing book written by Jojo Moyes, makes readers feel a series of different emotions while reading. As a drama/romance with a page count of 480, it’s suitable for a more mature audience as a younger audience wouldn’t be able to comprehend what’s actually going on. There is a movie based on the book, which I have seen, but it pales in comparison by leaving out all the details that make the book so good.

Korean film keeps audiences on edge of seats with suspense, intrigue

I’m going to be honest, Train to Busan had me crying non-stop in the final scenes of the movie. While I’m not going to spoil what happened for those who haven’t seen this movie yet, I would recommend watching it.