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A Night On The Paper Town

A Night On The Paper Town

Emma Bittner, Co Editor-in-Chief

August 6, 2015


Filed under Student Life

The highly awaited “Paper Towns” movie based off the best selling novel by John Green was released July 24. The anticipation for this movie had been growing since the announcement of the adaptation of the book coming to the big screen. Copies of the book were flying off the shelves and the buzz of...

The Final “Ha!”

The Final “Ha!”

Aliyah Machahilas, Reporter

January 23, 2015


Filed under Student Life

While some may be too cool for school and its high school traditions, a tradition that is almost never overlooked is a solid senior prank. It's a last chance to leave behind a mark, a legacy, for a graduating class. Among other traditions such as the Senior bonfire and the Senior Prom, a Senior prank...

Into the Woods

Deborah E. Bartruff, Reporter

January 16, 2015


Filed under Student Life

On December twenty-fifth, 2014 the new movie Into the Woods came out spinning a new twist on a few of the beloved fairytales that we all know. The movie, with a colorful cast including Chris Pine, Anna Kendrick, and Meryl Streep, ties fairytales such as; Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and the Beanstalk,...

New Netflix Releases

New Netflix Releases

Kelsey Mansfield and Kierstin Scheck

January 14, 2015


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After the world known phenomenon Netflix was created, many have enjoyed its worldwide entertainment. However, lately they have received many hated reviews on their limited selection. With the start of the new year 2015 and subscribers getting their voices heard, Netflix gave them a wider range of...

New Year’s Resolution

Alyssa Harmon and Jennifer Goon

January 13, 2015


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Around 4,000 years ago, the Babylonians celebrated New Year’s with the eleven-day Akitu festival in March with each day holding a different game. By 46 B.C., Julius Caesar made January 1 the first day of the year in honor of Janus, the Roman god of beginnings, as well as to get the calendar back i...

Trivia Crack Madness

Brandon Anderson and Isaac Joanidis

January 13, 2015


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WARNING Trivia Crack is dangerously addicting.

Upcoming Music of 2015

Upcoming Music of 2015

Cristine Espinosa, Reporter

January 9, 2015


Filed under Student Life

  A new year has begun, which means there will be plenty of new album releases, debut albums, and comebacks to look forward to. After 2014's hits like "Shake It Off" by Taylor Swift and Maroon 5's "Maps," it will be difficult for 2015 to follow. However, with new artists like Fifth Harmony...

The History of Letter Jackets

The History of Letter Jackets

Kayla McCullough and Allie Bockler

January 9, 2015


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In the fall and winter months, it is not uncommon to see dozens of people sporting their letter jackets in the hallways and in class. These wool and leather jackets have become a cultural norm, but not many people know how they originated. Letter jackets, also known as “lettermans,” first came about in 1865 w...

Lightsaber Haters

Lightsaber Haters

Joe Rupprecht and Jordan Whittle

January 8, 2015


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With the recent release of the Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens teaser trailer, fans have been swarming over the graphics and ideas of the film. Disney, after buying the franchise from George Lucas, has huge shoes to fill as they continue to build on one of the most popular movie series ever...

Time to Unplug

Daija Macahilas, Reporter

January 7, 2015


Filed under Student Life

What gives our technology the name “smart”; could it be how it makes us addicted? What we really do not realize is the amount of time we spend on our oh-so-smart devices. Recently Android has developed "BreakFree (The Mobile Addiction App)" to tell us the amount of time we spend on apps, how much time you spend making phone calls, how many times y...

Pink on the Rink

Pink on the Rink

Jonathan Luke, Editor in Chief

August 12, 2014


Filed under Student Life

This fall, Teens for the Cure will open up a new branch in Frisco. North Texas teens know the disastrous effects that Breast Cancer can have on families, Teens for the Cure equips teens with the information necessary to increase the awareness of this devastating disease. On August 5, Teens for the...

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