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Choir Performs Pre UIL Concert

Choir Performs Pre UIL Concert

 

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Fincke Cup for Rattlers

Fincke Cup for Rattlers

The 6th Annual Fincke Cup is a game in remembrance of Ian Fincke, a student who played soccer at  Reagan and attended Johnson in its first year, who passed away at the age of 16. The winner is decided by the aggregate score of both the boys’ and girls’ varsity games. Previously this season, the […]

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Shattered Dreams Becomes Reality in Simulation

Shattered Dreams Becomes Reality in Simulation

The Student Council simulated a drunk driving car crash as part of the national Shattered Dreams program to encourage seniors and juniors to make good decisions throughout Spring Break and the rest of their lives. An announcement led seniors and juniors to the site of the crash in the Orange Lot, and as they arrived, firetrucks, police cars, […]

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Rattler Sports

Rattlers Lose Lead Late

Rattlers Lose Lead Late

The Rattlers took on the Johnson Jaguars in the first of two meetings this season in soccer district. After a trying preseason, the Rattlers had started well with a victory over Roosevelt, and were now hoping to continue on against Johnson. The Rattlers, with a few mishaps on defense, and Johnson’s attack coming on strong, […]

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Rattlers Reflect on Rocket’s Victory

Rattlers Reflect on Rocket’s Victory

As the clock is winding down, the scene is coming to an end. Judson players are already celebrating, starting senior safety Garrett Strauss is red in the face from yelling at the defense, and quarterback Kellen Mond sits with ice on his knee, head down. The tears are starting to form in some players eyes, and […]

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Reagan Football Quarterfinals Preview

Reagan Football Quarterfinals Preview

In the fourth round of the playoffs, the Rattlers will play the Judson Rockets at Judson Stadium on Friday. With starting quarterback Kellen Mond injured and back up quarterback Cade Bormet with a broken thumb, it is unclear who will be playing this week. However, with both teams fairly evenly matched on both sides of […]

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Arts & Entertainment

The DUFF Review

The DUFF Review

There’s a new cliche high school movie in theaters, The DUFF.  We follow Bianca as she learns to overcome her insecurities and accepts being the D.U.F.F  (Designated Ugly Fat Friend) between her friends. But before hand, she deals with a series of changes within herself so she can eliminate the title of being the DUFF. […]

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The Instagram Feed Trend

The Instagram Feed Trend

Instagram is usually filled with millions of selfies and pictures of events. The upgrade of phones and new editing apps have drastically changed the Instagram standards. People are beginning to get creative by making their Instagram’s have themes. Instagramers are now gaining followers outside of their family and friend bubble by creating accounts that do […]

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Familiar Sound, Different Face

Familiar Sound, Different Face

Dylan Gardener is a seventeen year old from Pasadena, California, a self taught musician who just released his debut album “Adventures in Real Time.” Growing up in the time of Youtube, Gardener was able to achieve a following by posting videos to his channel. Like other musicians his age, he has attained a certain amount of […]

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Podcasts

For What It’s Worth, Episode 2

For What It’s Worth, Episode 2

Jaymi Morris and Ben Santos discuss the five best events of Fiesta, and more importantly, Dog King in episode dos.

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For What It’s Worth Pilot Episode

For What It’s Worth Pilot Episode

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Morning Announcements 10/18

Morning Announcements 10/18

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Features

Make A Wish

Make A Wish

  PALS HS helps raise money for the Make A Wish foundation.  Their goal is too raise $3000 and donations will continue until the first week of March.  

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Hannah Blair, Student YouTuber

Hannah Blair, Student YouTuber

Hannah Blair may seem like a typical freshman at Reagan High School. However, behind the computer screen, she is a beauty guru with 98,000 subscribers on YouTube.

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Unmasqueing Student Council

Unmasqueing Student Council

A look at the faces behind homecoming.

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Views

To What is Ahead

To What is Ahead

Choices are a part of life. They appear everywhere, whether it be ordering food to shopping to picking courses for the new school year. Sometimes they may seem meaningless, things to just toss about after using them only once or twice. But in other situations, they are the deciding factors of life. Usually, when one […]

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Keeping It Together

Keeping It Together

Emotions are funny things. Sometimes they are confusing, or other times they’ll be as clear as day. They are the ones that cause mood swings and fights and hugs; everything, wrapped up with a certain feeling. But there are times when they can get out of hand: words come out the wrong way, or violent […]

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For the Fleeting Taste of Glory

For the Fleeting Taste of Glory

There has always been an ongoing debate: dream big and fail, or be realistic and succeed. Neither one sounds especially appealing–after all, nobody wants to suffer from rejection nor limit themselves from their full potential. But sometimes in order to reach the highest cliffs, we need to fall down first. Obviously, it’s important to set […]

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In Other News

March of Dimes

March of Dimes

| March 25, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Reagan ROTC program is lending a helping hand by raising money to assist with the March of Dimes organization.

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DECA Seniors Advance to State

DECA Seniors Advance to State

| March 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

Seniors Alec Mire, Chris Taylor, and Dalton Lett recently competed in the DECA state competition, where they placed first in their categories and advanced to internationals.

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