New student fills top leadership position in student council

When most people move schools, they are nervous about what type of first impression they are going to make on their teachers and fellow classmates. This was a similar experience for senior Ashton Edwards when she moved to Bryan High School from Granbury, Texas during her junior year.

Season of Giving, Season of Hope

Men and women standing outside of stores ringing bells, children’s names hanging on Christmas trees, piles of canned goods stacked at the local food bank – all symbols of goodwill that seems to pour out during the holiday season. With lights, trees, gifts, food, and family, the holiday season is considered the greatest time of the year. But unfortunately, some cannot have a joyful holiday without a helping hand.

Student council hosts food drive to benefit local families

The student council is hosting a food drive to benefit the KBTX Food for Families Food Drive which is held on Wednesday, Dec. 5. Students are encouraged to drop food donations off in the silver cafeteria before school or during their lunch time. The 4th period class donating the most food will win a free […]

Cross-Town Showdown hamburger tailgate set for Friday

The Student Council will host a Tailgate Burger Dinner before the game at Kyle Field on Friday. Tickets are $6 and can be purchased in the silver front office. Tickets include a hamburger with all the fixings, chips and Chicken Express tea. Dinner is served from 5-7 pm on the visitors side gate at Kyle […]

Helping students find inner beauty

Do you ever have those days when you wake up, look in the mirror and want to cry? Maybe your hair is a little frizzy, you’re breaking out, or you’ve got dark circles under your eyes from staying up late studying.

Sophomore Class meetings held on Wednesdays

The Sophomore Class Council, which plans and hosts the Sadie Hawkins dance, will meet each Wednesday after school in room 2223 from 3:45 to 4:05 after school. The Class of 2014 will also plan associated fundraisers to prepare for Sadie Hawkins, and can address other concerns that the Sophomore Class may have.

Eyes on the road: Raising awareness about dangers of texting, driving

“Crash!” Shattered windows, a mangled car, blood splattered everywhere, people crowd around the accident, and soon hear sirens from a distance.

Was that text message really worth your life or the life of others?

Red Ribbon Week to raise awareness of substance abuse

Red Ribbon Week, which aims to help students remain drug-free, is the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the country. Red Ribbon week will be hosted on campus October 17-21, with Student Council sponsoring activities throughout the week.

Annual tailgate to be held for Crosstown Showdown

As the Viking-Tiger rivalry reaches its peak, there’s no doubt that the Crosstown Showdown against A&M Consolidated is this week. In support and spirit of the big game, Student Council hosts an annual tailgate party outside of Kyle Field from 5:00-7:00.

Student, Class Councils Officers Announced

After elections over the past two weeks, new officers assumed their duties within the Student Body, Junior and Senior Class Councils.

Student Council, Class Council Meetings

The Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior and Senior Class Councils will be meeting on Wednesdays immediately after school in Room 1200. The Student Council will meet following the Class Council meetings at 4:00 on Wednesday afternoons in room 1200.

‘Tackle for a Cure’ promotes cancer awareness

Thirty years ago, people affected by breast cancer had a less than twenty-five percent chance of surviving. Those chances have now increased to over seventy-five percent, but researchers are still striving to push the survival rate even higher.

Student council is trying to aid in that process by selling pink t-shirts in support of breast cancer research. The “Pink Out” game will be held on October 22 when the Vikings play Harker Heights.