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Satire: School declares dress code epidemic

Satire: School declares dress code epidemic

Snovia Moiz and Emily Burleson
October 15, 2014
Filed under Top Stories, Voice

Grade level principals across the board declared a state of learning emergency yesterday in response to a rising “Dress Code Epidemic” sweeping the school. Witnesses described the hallways as scenes of “pure horror and chaos” as lines of dress coded students stretched around the Rotunda. More...

Confessions of a germaphobe

Snovia Moiz, Managing Voice Editor
September 9, 2014
Filed under Voice

I wash my hands four times every morning. Once after using the toilet, once before brushing my teeth, once after brushing my teeth, and finally after doing my makeup. As I sit here typing this with strep throat, I will tell you without shame that I am the person who least deserves to be sick. I follow...

Today is Memorial Day

Today is Memorial Day

Rachel Childress, Digital Media Editor
May 26, 2014
Filed under Voice

Chalk the dust the fingers of those who solemnly pay their respect in room 2506. Katy ISD made the decision to take back the previously scheduled holiday Memorial Day, so Global Vine adviser and first year teacher Micheal Marrie chose to celebrate the day in class. On the  wall on the side of...

Tangled up in testing

Snovia Moiz, Voice Editor
May 9, 2014
Filed under Voice

Between Advanced Placement (AP) Exams, End of Course Exams (EOCs), District Level Assessments (DLAs) and  the State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness (STAAR), more than a few students are feeling the pressure of the last few weeks of school. It is time to question if students are testing more ...

Push to educate about domestic violence

Push to educate about domestic violence

Shiva Mirzahaidar, Co-Editor in Chief
April 15, 2014
Filed under Voice

Every nine seconds in the United States, a woman is assaulted or beaten, according to domesticviolencestatistics.org. Domestic violence cannot be stopped, but warning signs and escape plans can be taught to women. The root of the problem is the abusers, though, and that’s why there needs t...

My demons hide

Sofia Guevara, Features Editor
April 15, 2014
Filed under Voice

I wasn’t sure how my greatest virtue could now be my demise.

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Cutting it short: Women’s wage gap

Cutting it short: Women’s wage gap

Snovia Moiz, Voice Editor
April 11, 2014
Filed under Top Stories, Voice

The modern woman balances both work and home, balancing two lives daily. She drops the kids off at school, spends a day in the office and still makes sure something is ready for dinner. She works equally as hard as her male counterpart, if not harder. But according to a study conducted in ...

Student plea for a defined dress code

Maura Rowell, Entertainment Editor
April 2, 2014
Filed under Voice

When it comes to dress code it seems that the key phrase is “administrative discretion”, making the 6 A.M. debate between jeans and the ever-alluring comfort of Nike shorts rather exhausting. Students and faculty deserve to have a better understanding of the dress code. Based upon the increasing...

Equality: it’s out there, somewhere

Equality: it’s out there, somewhere

Maura Rowell, Entertainment Editor
February 18, 2014
Filed under Voice

Let us journey back to the 1800's. Oh, the dazzling dresses! The decadent soirees! The blatant oppression of women! What a picturesque time, so full of parties, so full of patriarchy. Now look at today. We might be sporting t-shirts and the questionable trend of skinny jeans instead of corsets and puffy...

Rebellion finds new home

Snovia Moiz, Voice Editor
February 17, 2014
Filed under Voice

In our day and age with one click of a mouse or clack of a keyboard, someone’s world can change. Twitter. Facebook. Tumblr. Instagram. The list goes on and on. We have instant and easy access to a whole different world. The ability to connect with others thousands of miles away. The ability to...

Lost in Translation

Snovia Moiz, Voice Editor
December 17, 2013
Filed under Voice

There was a time when education was a privilege meant only for the elite. Tutors were hired for children of wealthy families, teaching two to three languages,  while the rest of the population could not even write their names. Today, education is a requirement for kids between the ages of six and 18...

Bond’s failure leads to successes

December 17, 2013
Filed under Voice

The failure of the $99 million dollar bond, which requested for a new stadium, agriculture facility and science center, proved to be a step forward in the right direction. With the districts rapid expansion, money should be spent more responsibly and wisely. There needs to be plans for new schools...

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