September 2014

A Moment in the Spotlight

By Mackenzie Wallace Solo singers and dance duos accounted for only a few acts out of the varied assortment of students featured in the PAC last Thursday, along with bands, rappers, and comedians. Thanks to…


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Arguing to the Top

By Jissele Wright Entering their fourth tournament this weekend, the Speech and Debate team continue to  collect points toward Texas Forensic Association State Qualification. These points aid the team in reaching their goal of Nationals this summer….


More Than Rap: Education

By Danielle Cramberg Young people desperately seeking someone who understands them often turn to music to feel accepted. School causes genuine distress for many students enrolled, a concept Propaganda addresses in his song Bored of…



Recognizing Excellence

By Mackenzie Wallace Polished floor tiles and immaculate table surfaces shine brightly with the pride of the work that goes into getting them that way. Although the wear and tear brought on by students moving…


More Than Rap: Police Brutality

By Danielle Cramberg The Game wrote a song titled ‘Don’t Shoot’ that covered a topic that really hit home for many listeners: police brutality. Police brutality is a common theme throughout rap, but this new…


World News

By Jissele Wright Harvard recently discovered that 60% of teens pay little attention to daily news. People, especially young people, often find news depressing or boring. As a student, teachers recommend watching more world news,…



Serving Up Brahmas

By Travis Saucedo  With a final point scored, the volleyball team took home their first district win against MacArthur on September 12. The team was very happy about the win but they weren’t too pleased…



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