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From Costumes to Cameras

From Costumes to Cameras

Malarie Ohrabka, Copy Editor
March 29, 2017
Filed under FEATURES, Showcase

He stares out into the darkness before him, singing with passion and dancing with rhythm. The crowd erupts in a roar upon seeing his performance, and he knows in that moment that he is meant to perform for the rest of his life. Senior William Hahn is in theater arts and participates in school and...

Kaylee Vickers

Kaylee Vickers

September 16, 2014
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Voluntary house arrest

Voluntary house arrest

Noah Sanchez, Staff Writer
March 19, 2014
Filed under OPINIONS

It was the morning of March 8. The sun was brightly shining down, displaying its raw beauty and heat as my hand slowly reached out of the dark corner of my front porch. There was a burning and tingling sensation at first, but it eventually passed. I slowly stepped out of the shade, letting the sun bathe...

Goal-oriented senior manages busy schedule

Goal-oriented senior manages busy schedule

Amy Thomas, Staff Writer
March 17, 2014
Filed under FEATURES, Showcase

Senior Penelope Revelo seems to juggle it all. She is an ambassador and host for foreign exchange students, a costume designer for school musicals and a girl scout. In addition to that, she has received the Spring Cypress Junior Scholarship and has been accepted to the University of Texas to study costume...

Research shows teens ‘waste’ free time

Research shows teens ‘waste’ free time

Megan Parman, Editor-in-Chief
March 13, 2014
Filed under NEWS, Showcase

An hour to get ready. Seven hours in school. Four hours of homework and, if you're lucky, six hours to sleep. Now take time out for meals and normal hygienic practices and you're down to roughly three hours left in a day to spend as you wish. An argument that has gained prominence in the eyes of...

Teens turn to using E-Cigarettes

Teens turn to using E-Cigarettes

Jordan Harley, Staff Writer
January 22, 2014
Filed under NEWS, Showcase

Originally developed by a pharmacist in China, E-cigarettes have become a worldwide phenomenon. E-cigarettes introduce the body to many toxins that negatively affect health in a number of ways. According to Medical News Today, a report from Greek researchers found that using E-cigarettes increased...

Natalia Alamdari

Natalia Alamdari

April 27, 2013
Filed under Uncategorized

Natalia cannot dance but she tries to anyways. She tends to obsess over things like TV shows and bands. She loves to sing and can watch Doctor Who all day.

Television Influential in Teens’ Perspective

Television Influential in Teens’ Perspective

May 15, 2012
Filed under OPINIONS

Every television show has underlying messages hidden within them. The messages shown through TV require a persuasive actor or actress and a gullible audience to take the bait. Unfortunately, teenagers get the worst of this wrath because they are easily swayed to do whatever to be considered “popular.”...

SOPA Sparks Online Uprising

SOPA Sparks Online Uprising

February 14, 2012
Filed under OPINIONS

House Judiciary committee Chair Lamar Smith introduced the Stop Online Piracy Act on Oct. 26 of last year. SOPA aimed to protect companies from copyright infringement on the Internet by giving the government the power to shut down infringing websites. When the Internet community caught wind of this,...

Website Simplifies Blogging, Offers Entertainment

Website Simplifies Blogging, Offers Entertainment

October 2, 2011
Filed under OPINIONS

It is 11 o’clock on a Tuesday night. A half written English essay sits atop a stack of papers, an array of math problems sit waiting for answers and my history book lies on the floor  with my unfinished notes. My laptop hums with electricity as my Internet browser opens up. After a few clicks, I am...

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