October 2014

Help is Just a Click Away

By Mackenzie Wallace In the whirlwind of school work and activities, with future college and career plans looming ahead, many students remain unsure of where to start. However, an abundance of resources lies a few…


Men of Tradition

By Natalie Bair The Horsemen, a unique and enthusiastic organization, band together to pump up the crowd and add a bit of excitement to football. “The horsemen have a few different duties. They’ve got to…


Homecoming Pep Rally Kicks Off the Weekend

By Mackenzie Wallace Preceded by a week of themed dress up days, the homecoming pep rally hosted by Student Council last Thursday evening set the tone for the homecoming football game and dance that took…


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More Than Rap: Gay Rights

By Danielle Cramberg Rapper Macklemore wrote a song titled “Same Love” that advocates for his audience that is either gay or supportive of gay rights. “If I was gay, I would think hip-hop hates me…..


Madison Lends a Vein

By Ethan Martinez The gift of charity comes once again to the campus with the annual blood drive hosted by the ROTC department. Students at the age of sixteen and older are eligible to donate…


Veins of Orange and Blue

By Travis Saucedo With the start of a chant, the student section was born. Many believed it couldn’t be made, but the game against Smithson Valley proved critics wrong. “At the beginning of the game…


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Doing Something With Your Life

By Michale Llanas & Mikaela Arce New school year, new beginnings. Perhaps it’s time to find something to do after school, start doing things that look good on college resumes, or maybe find something fun…


Shut Up and Read

By Noemi Rodriguez A song title revealed by a series of pictures uploaded through Walk the Moon’s Instagram account announced their new single. In addition, an email disclosed the new tour dates. Prior to today’s…


Healthy Hygiene: Back to the Basics

By Noemi Rodriguez Though frequently overlooked, simply washing hands serves as the best protection against illness. “A lot of the books and the common things that you utilize in school whether it be notebooks or…


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