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Ruth B: Self-made Singer Enters Music World with “Lost Boy” EP

Ruth B: Self-made Singer Enters Music World with “Lost Boy” EP

Brynne Herzfeld, Voice Editor
March 7, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Voice

The combination of soft piano melodies and her simple vocals prevent the songs’ messages from getting lost among the music. With her smooth, melodic voice, Ruth B’s songs could be equally beautiful without any instruments. She brings the narrative songs of Adele and the gentle melodies of Regina Spektor together to create uniquely beautiful songs and messages.

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The Chip Deficiency

Marina Long, Staff Writer
March 1, 2016
Filed under Voice

      As a teenager, there is a certain amount of time that you can go without a little snack. By the time your lunch period comes along, that time is just about up. Waiting in the lunch line, you eye down the rack of any kind of junk food you wish for. There is always the typical meal given, a hambu...

Naptime

Marina Long, staff writer
January 29, 2016
Filed under Voice

       Remember the time you dreaded the hour your teacher would turn the lights off and tell you to take a nap? Yeah, those were the days. You would grab your towel, crawl under some little desk and pretend to fall asleep. You would crack your eyes open just a smidge to see what was going on, even ...

Second Semester Cartoon

Second Semester Cartoon

Brynne Herzfeld, Voice Editor
January 15, 2016
Filed under Cartoons, Voice

“My All-American”: More than just another sports movie

“My All-American”: More than just another sports movie

Brynne Herzfeld, Voice Editor
December 2, 2015
Filed under Entertainment, The Media Room, Voice

All in all, “My All-American” is enjoyable and bittersweet, regardless of viewers’ college allegiance or interest in football. It stands above other sports movie with its remarkable faithfulness to Freddie’s story, to college life and to Texas football.

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Windows 10: The wait is over

Windows 10: The wait is over

Brynne Herzfeld, Voice Editor
October 5, 2015
Filed under Voice

As of July 29, Windows 7 and Windows 8 users can upgrade to Windows 10 for free. Microsoft’s newest operating system boasts their new internet browser, Microsoft Edge, originally codenamed Spartan. Though it’s separate from Internet Explorer, Edge still retains the style and layout of IE, but ...

Heart of gold

Heart of gold

Meherina Khan, Staff Writer
March 25, 2015
Filed under Voice

When the world discovered that organ transplants could be accomplished to potentially save the lives of millions, scientists and medical professionals alike were thrilled. Such a breakthrough would revolutionize medicine forever, and could potentially be the saving grace for the people with incurable...

Freeing myself from hate

Dominique Bai, Design Editor
March 20, 2015
Filed under Voice

Hate was the defining characteristic in our relationship for a long time. However, at one point in my life, I knew him. Once upon a time, I genuinely cared for him, and I respected him as a person, and at one point, he viewed me as someone he trusted. That is the reason why I forgave him. I forgave him...

My computer ate my homework

My computer ate my homework

Eryn Lyle, Staff Writer
March 17, 2015
Filed under Voice

As our school and many others begin moving toward a more web-based homework system, it is becoming apparent that there are several issues that need to be resolved.

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No vaccination for Senioritis

No vaccination for Senioritis

Dominique Bai, Design Editor
February 3, 2015
Filed under Voice

I sit there staring at my calculus homework, hoping it disappears, but it still lies there waiting for me to solve its problems. Every time I lift up my hand, it just drops back down like a dead fish, and I resort back to the Internet and put the seemingly evil Calculus homework off to the side. I’ll do ...

Checking the future

Snovia Moiz, Co-Editor-in-Chief
December 22, 2014
Filed under Voice

I recently came across a dilemma while filling out my college applications. I knew from articles and what seemed like common knowledge that putting down Asian, my legal ethnicity, might be a disadvantage. It’s a fact that most colleges have enough Asians. And while the idea of leaving the ethnicity...

Taking the Top

Taking the Top

Dominique Bai, Design Editor
December 14, 2014
Filed under Voice

The “seven percent” rule has caused much controversy among the student body. Originally in the summer of 2010, the top ten percent of the student body had automatic acceptance to the Texas state schools. Four years later, the number has now dropped to seven percent. Colleges want to pick the most...

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