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Freshman places third at state tennis tournament

Valeria Arriaga May 19, 2015

On May 13 and 14, freshman Jacy Smith competed in the state tennis tournament at Texas A&M. After rain delay on May 13, and rounds being pushed into May 14, Smith placed third overall. In the first...

Track team upholds value, importance of veterans, newcomers

Valeria Arriaga May 11, 2015

The baton of leadership is passed down to the next generation of the track team. The veterans accept it, with intentions of endorsing what is expected of members and serve as role models. The veterans...

Technology advances, discourages willingness to interact

Valeria Arriaga April 7, 2015

Technology is, inevitably, a part of our everyday lives. There are infinite privileges to living in a technologically advanced time, like the ease of communication across the globe. Technology is undoubtedly...

Taking a stand against society: British band introduces real world problems through concept album

Valeria Arriaga February 20, 2015

The Gorillaz are distinguished for many reasons. They are a virtual band, meaning real people record the songs while cartoons are used for all the media, such as their music videos and posters. This group...

Student steers to success: Freshman finds purpose, passion in ag organization

Valeria Arriaga February 4, 2015

When agriculture classes are introduced to students, the initial thought may be that it teaches how to farm, but opposed to that common belief, many ag classes offer much more, from giving students an...

Marching band creates own type of family

Valeria Arriaga January 22, 2015

Speed walking around a football field and blowing through some weird instrument is considered stupid by many people. Although many may say marching band members are insane for wanting to make a bunch of...

Speaking for the youth: Artist Mary Lambert teaches acceptance through music

Valeria Arriaga December 5, 2014

Based in Seattle, singer, songwriter, and spoken word artist Mary Lambert has created a name for herself by appealing to youth who struggle with acceptance for being different through her own stories and...

There’s no ‘I’ in team: Cross country member impacts team unity

Valeria Arriaga November 12, 2014

After crossing the finish line to earn first place at the Nacogdoches meet, freshman cross country member Samantha Hernandez ran half the race again. JV member sophomore Brooke Weaver suffered from a hip...

Racing for time: Student leads in sport, organization on campus

Valeria Arriaga October 27, 2014

The pressures of school, cross country practices, and being senior class president, are only the beginning of senior Seanna Rodriguez’s neverending agenda. While she struggles for the time to commit...

Shane Koyczan attacks abuse with ‘Remembrance Year’

Valeria Arriaga October 7, 2014

The dark, underground coffee shops. A stool upon a stage. A mic and a speaker with a paper in hand, reciting poems that paint vivid images and pluck at the heartstrings of the listeners. This experience...

Pec’you’liar trends: Oxfords walk into spotlight

Valeria Arriaga September 22, 2014

Shoes have become just about as irrelevant as the splattered mosquitoes that get wiped and smeared off to the sides of windshields, and that is unacceptable. Shoes are why we can climb mountains without...

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