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Inside Scoop On “The Outsiders”

Inside Scoop On “The Outsiders”

Jada East, Staff Writer
May 25, 2017
Filed under FEATURES, Showcase

The vocalist sings softly into the microphone while strumming his fingers over a guitar. He hears the bass start to strum, and the vibrations of the guitar fill the room. The drums pick up after the bass, and soon everyone hears the auxiliary join the mix. Suddenly the room is made up of sounds and lyrics...

Svannah Nguyen

Svannah Nguyen

September 26, 2014
Filed under Uncategorized

I find writing a biography one of the most difficult tasks to do. I never know what to say, what I should tell the reader or what they would want to know about me. Well, I guess in a biography I’m supposed to answer the usual questions: Name? Hobbies? Favorite color, food and musical artist? And of...

Sanah Jivani

Sanah Jivani

September 24, 2014
Filed under Uncategorized

My name is Sanah and I’m so happy to be this year’s print editor-in-chief. I could start listing facts about myself and use smooth transitions to make it all fit together, but I’ll make this a little more interesting. I’ll tell you a story. I love ice cream more than I love most things. The...

Anna Ta

Anna Ta

September 18, 2014
Filed under Uncategorized

Students staying busy

Students staying busy

Bridget McGeagh, Sports Editor
March 19, 2014
Filed under NEWS, Showcase

Bird watching, stamp collecting, reading, writing and running. Hobbies that provide a fun way to break down a daily routine are beneficial to students because they free the body and mind of stress and aid in maintaining a healthy mental balance.  Senior Noah Rorick, who regularly rock climbs, is ecs...

It’s A Great Big World

It’s A Great Big World

Jordan Harley, Staff Writer
March 4, 2014
Filed under Uncategorized

After hearing "Say Something" on the radio back in December, I was urged to pre-order the rest of "Is Anybody Out There?", the latest album of "A Great Big World." Just as I was about to go to sleep on Monday, I saw that nine new songs had been added to my iTunes library. I was so excited that I stayed...

The Glyph Headset: best thing since hieroglyphics

The Glyph Headset: best thing since hieroglyphics

Jordan Harley, Staff Writer
February 26, 2014
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Scheduled to be released this year, the Glyph Headset promises to not only play music, but to also use a set of two million microscopic mirrors to project 3D video in to the user's eyes. "Users would play the video content on their mobile or entertainment device, but watch it on the Glyph instead...

Listening to music in school

Listening to music in school

Larissa Torres, Features Editor
February 25, 2014
Filed under OPINIONS

"Portable music systems are not to be brought on the school bus or school campus during schools hours unless they are used as a part of a classroom project." - KISD High School Handbook This policy does not take into consideration the benefits of listening to music. By listening to music while...

Dreams come true

Dreams come true

Amy Thomas, Staff Writer
February 4, 2014
Filed under OPINIONS

From the time a person is very young, they are asked about what they want to be when they grow up. I have experienced this several times, especially now that I am a senior in high school. When asked this as a young child, a few of the standard answers are rock star, actor and president. Although many...

‘Frozen’ is worth melting for

‘Frozen’ is worth melting for

Karlie Rushing, Staff Writer
January 31, 2014
Filed under Featured A&E, Showcase

In the recently developed Disney movie “Frozen,” a king, queen and their two daughters rule the kingdom of Arendelle. Everything is normal and merry within the kingdom, until an icy secret is revealed that the oldest princess, Elsa, has the mystical power to create ice. It was a fun ability until...

The man behind the mic

The man behind the mic

Svannah Nguyen, Online Editor
December 27, 2013
Filed under FEATURES, Showcase, Student Life

“Excellence without compromise. It’s who we are, it’s what we do.” Every morning during the announcements, a familiar voice fills the classrooms from the PA system that guides students through the pledges and reminds them what is expected. “For the most part, my job is to coordinate the...

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