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Senior prank leaves students sliding to conclusions
Elly Beauchamp | staff writer Since the 2013 Texas flag prank, senior pranks have not aged well. Unlike the painted flag on top of the cafeteria building, this year’s prank included spilling bottles of baby oil onto the floor at the in the second (More)
National stress Awareness Month is here to give students a breather
by Elly Beauchamp | staff writer With 35 days left of this school year, it’s that time of year again to cram for finals. Senior Doug Robison is feeling the pressure of passing classes, getting accepted into college, and handling piles of stress. H (More)
Seniors prevail in annual powder puff game
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Goodbye winter, hello late college applications
staff writer | Lauren Loveless Spring brings the last minute manic senior search for college applications, but for students like Lawrence Belai, applications aren’t an issue. Instead, he chooses to take a year to acclimate to adult life before goi (More)
The show won't go on : no plans for senior talent show
by Lauryn Hughes | staff writer This year because of the one day testing schedule, administration has chosen to forgo the talent show, and instead take the seniors on a field trip to Alamo Drafthouse. According to senior class sponsor Megan Cobb, (More)
Second semester means seniors can see the light
What To Know About Voter Registration
by David Kent | staff writer Every school year, in an attempt to encourage students to be involved voters, two days are set aside in government classes to register seniors to vote. “We’ve got a group of volunteers that comes in and helps us get (More)
What every senior should know before going to college
by Caitlin Blackmon | feature editor Embarking on the college journey is an invigorating and nerve-wracking thought that’s quickly approaching reality for second semester seniors. But just because you’re young and dumb and have limited experience (More)
Upperclassman gear up for powderpuff game
by Ryan Polk | staff writer On Saturday, May 21, students will be rushing onto the football field to play a game of football. While this may seem like an obvious thing to point out at first, this “Powderpuff” game has its own unique set of rules (More)
Graduation setbacks: things that can keep seniors from crossing the stage
by Lauren Holzmann | arts and entertainment editor There are several different things that could play a factor this late in the year for reasons seniors won’t be able to graduate. Anything from outstanding fees to behavioral issues can keep you f (More)
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