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From book to big screen

Callie Bollinger, Assistant editor October 28, 2022

SPOILERS AHEAD!! The film Where The Crawdads Sing is based on the book of the same name by Delia Owens, which made its debut in theaters this past July. After only a couple of months in theaters, it became...

Foreign exchange student explores culture, becomes part of host family

Callie Bollinger, Assistant editor October 7, 2022

Wide-open spaces, starry-night skies, and big city lights are synonymous with the Texas experience, and people from other countries usually have a lot of preconceived notions about what it is like to live...

Drama takes movie goers on emotion rollercoaster, culminating with twist ending

Callie Bollinger April 19, 2022

SPOILERS AHEAD!!! Remember Me, is a romantic drama film set in New York during the summer of 2001 where two people suffer grief, death, and strained family relationships. The main characters, Tyler...

Junior advances to regional competition in FCCLA

Callie Bollinger March 29, 2022

Junior Tori Chambers placed 3rd at the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) competition and will advance to the region competition in April. The organization is made for students who...

Lunch ‘n’ Learn

Callie Bollinger January 14, 2022

Learning and discovering has been a concept pursued throughout history, and the desire to know more about the universe has propelled humanity through time and space. Whether it be about the molecular...

Sports, activities help students with ADHD find focus

Callie Bollinger December 1, 2021

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)  affects 9.4% of children and adolescents (6.1 million). Not only does ADHD affect cognitive issues, but it also affects behavior and mood. ADHD can be...

District works to create schedule to meet the needs of all students, staff

Callie Bollinger October 19, 2021

After instating a type of block schedule for the 2020-2021 school year to help with safety guidelines during COVID, downtown administration made the decision to continue with a different sort of hybrid...

Oppressed by Taliban: One step forward, 20 years back

Callie Bollinger September 15, 2021

The unalienable rights, Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness are said to be the rights nobody can take away, and considered the base level of  humanity.  Regrettably, the Afghan citizens...

Fashion, hair, style dominated by 80s influence, outspoken nature

Callie Bollinger May 19, 2021

The 80s, an enthralling time of fashion and big hair that ultimately defined a generation while it continues to influence current and future generations. Pop culture, specifically music, heavily influenced...

Viking prom closet blesses senior through community support

Callie Bollinger May 13, 2021

When the district announced that prom would take place this year for seniors, many were concerned about the expenses of the event given the financial crisis caused by COVID-19. Senior English teacher...

Art students participate in scholarship program through local gallery

Callie Bollinger February 3, 2021

Last year, the DEGA International Art association launched a scholarship program to offer free art workshops and classes to talented students. Sophomore Macario DeLeon and junior Danielle MacCarthy were...

Underappreciated: Teenagers should value mothers more

Callie Bollinger January 8, 2021

I know some people do not have good relationships with their mothers and some mothers really don’t “know best”. For those people, they hopefully have another person in their lives to fill that hole,...

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