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PSAT Aftermath

PSAT Aftermath

Wednesday, October 15, sophomores and juniors were sent to their advisory class to take the PSAT.

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It’s Not Too Late to M-Ask Your Date

It’s Not Too Late to M-Ask Your Date

Homecoming is quickly approaching. There are less than two weeks until the dance but it is never too late to ask your date.

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The Great Debaters

The Great Debaters

The debate team has a consistent history of winning, and it doesn’t come easily. Members like Melissa Gayton and Andrew Xiang have to give their time, energy, and focus to keep up their award-winning record.

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Rattler Sports

Rattlers End The Chargers Streak

Rattlers End The Chargers Streak

The Rattlers took on the Churchill Chargers on homecoming week and quite possibly the most important game of the season thus far. The Chargers being undefeated had everything to lose, due to the fact whoever won would have the top record in the district. The Rattlers have been on a roll winning their last 5 [...]

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Rattlers Roll Through Roughriders

Rattlers Roll Through Roughriders

The Rattlers played the Roughriders this week hoping to extended their winning streak to four games. In the district opener, Kellen Mond lead the Rattlers to a 47-13 victory only allowing Roosevelt to score in the fourth quarter. Mond threw to three touchdowns and rushed for 63 yards. Mond threw two touchdowns to senior Luke [...]

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Boys and Girls Golf Teams Advance to State Tournament

Boys and Girls Golf Teams Advance to State Tournament

The boys and girls varsity golf teams headed to the UIL State tournament Sunday after both teams placed well at the Regional Tournament in mid April. They will be playing at Onion Creek Golf Club in Austin, Texas, on April 28 and 29. “This week the kids have practiced harder than they have all year to [...]

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Arts & Entertainment

The Fault In Our Stars Review

The Fault In Our Stars Review

Instant blockbuster ‘The Fault In Our Stars’ had everyone in tears, including me. Like myself, for fans of the novel by John Green, this film was far from being a disappointment.

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Hallway Tunes For School Blues

Hallway Tunes For School Blues

A playlist of songs to get you through the school day.

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Review: Parade of Lights

Review: Parade of Lights

The new band Parade of Lights has released their new EP Golden on March 15th with four songs showing their musical talents and abilities. The sound is a combination of the trendy upbeat synth sounds of indie rock bands, with a Disney Channel star thrown in as the vocalist.  Containing similar roots as early M83 [...]

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Chalk It Up

Chalk It Up

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Dance, Cheer Season Ends with Spring Show

Dance, Cheer Season Ends with Spring Show

Spirit organization presents  ”Simply the Best” featuring the Silver Stars, Diamond Dancers, Cheerleaders and Charmers in the 2014 Spring Show.

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Photo Story: School Days

Photo Story: School Days

Photojournalist Mitchell Grimm visually documents the everyday activities of the average Reagan student. [nggallery id=163]

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Features

Unmasqueing Student Council

Unmasqueing Student Council

A look at the faces behind homecoming.

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A New Page In Pageants

A New Page In Pageants

The pageant game is no joking matter. From entry costs, pageant outfits, makeup, to preparation, the stress can really stack up. However, one Reagan student is stepping up to the challenge, and taking on the pageant world.

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Watt’s Up Mrs. Watts?

Watt’s Up Mrs. Watts?

New year, New teachers. Get to know Reagan’s new math teacher, Mrs. Watts!

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School Clinics Should Have More Treatment Options

School Clinics Should Have More Treatment Options

Students should be able to receive medicine for minor ailments while on campus

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House Bill 5 Changes the Way Students Plan Their Future

House Bill 5 Changes the Way Students Plan Their Future

House Bill 5 takes effective in the 2014-2015 school year, and it works towards giving students more options after graduating, whether they choose to further their education or go straight into the workforce. Also included is a decrease in the number of STAAR tests taken at the end of every year, going from a required [...]

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Big Decisions Leaves Gaps in Knowledge

Big Decisions Leaves Gaps in Knowledge

Big Decisions is the abstinence and sex education course taught at NEISD high schools, along with other districts along the country. It teaches various contraceptive tools that can be used, with a focus on making teens realize that abstinence is the best course of action. The Big Decision’s curriculum includes a lessons that the district [...]

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In Other News

Orchestra’s Fall Concert

Orchestra’s Fall Concert

| October 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

This fall, the Orchestra hosted their annual Fall concert directed by Sixto Elizondo IV.

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JROTC Organizes Blood Drive

JROTC Organizes Blood Drive

| October 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

The blood drive was in need for volunteers. The JROTC program had been organizing the blood drive for some time now, but the only missing elements were the eligible donors. “It’s completely promoted by the ROTC program.” said Glenn Harrold, one of the major planners of this drive. “Right now, the main focus is trying [...]

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