By Alexandra Gutierrez | “Valentine’s Day” director, Garry Marshall is back with another holiday-themed romantic comedy. “New Year’s Eve” casts A-list stars such as Michelle Pfeiffer, Robert DeNiro, Halle Berry, Hilary Swank, and many more.
By Alexandra Gutierrez | This year’s pre-season has included five wins and eleven losses, including tournament games. But the pre-season turnout hasn’t gotten to anyone’s head. The team and coaches are still focused on what it will take to do well in district.
By Richard Hernandez | Photo by JayJay Gonzalez
After a 0-3 start, an exciting overtime victory over Judson, and a run into the State Semifinals, the team looks to simply enjoy the underdog story that was the their season.
By Samantha Sanburn | Photo Courtesy Gretchen Barrera |
Last week, PALS teamed up with the Make-A-Wish Foundation to give children with terminal cancer their last wish by sponsoring the “Kiss A Pig” event.
By Victoria Guerrero | Photo by Shayna Fernico |
The holiday concerts were like visions of sugar plums dancing in our heads as Orchestra kicked off the season with their annual winter concert on Dec. 6 before the winter break.
By Victoria Guerrero |
Warning: If you’re one of the many people in America that hate public speaking, Leadership Development Events are not for the faint of heart.
On Dec. 3 and 4, the FFA chapter competed at Sam Houston State University.
By Alexandra Gutierrez | Every movie has its flaws that make it boring, or uninteresting, and sometimes even unbearable, but the imperfections of this movie are what make it so perfect.
By Alexandra Gutierrez | Photo by JayJay Gonzalez
Hours before the game started, Harlingen fans began to flood the stadium, before the Mavs’ arrival even. But the opponents’ massive crowd, booing the players as they warmed up, in no way discouraged them.
By Richard Hernandez | Photo by JayJay Gonzalez |
With the fourth game in playoffs approaching this Friday, many have seen the Mavs has the Cinderella story of this season’s playoffs.
By Alexandra Gutierrez | Photo by Shelby Royer |
Girls varsity won four of the five games they played and placed third in the gold bracket, the highest ranking bracket at the tournament.