In true Cinco style

In true Cinco style

Sara Saavedra, staff writer
April 11, 2014
Filed under Clubs, Features

Fashion. One word with infinite possibilities. It channels the phases throughout life and serves as a way to express personalities. Most people follow the trends, yet there are few that take them to a whole different level and strive to inspire others. Although fairly new, the Cinco Fashion Club has... Read more »

The Introvert Extrovert Debate

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

The Matter of It All  Grey and white has quite literally become the new black. Grey and white matter in the brain that is. “You have to remember that everybody has differences in their brains,” school psychologist Dr. Courtney Alison said. “The brain... Read more »

CRHS fine arts department presents: ‘Spamalot’

Sofia Guevara, Features Editor
December 18, 2013
Filed under Features

Costumes Junior Stephanie Huisman is costume crew head this production. As crew head, Huisman receives orders from directors and oversees a team of seven people. They research costumes and designs, and then order or make them. “I’m... Read more »

Sophomore follows dream to become racecar driver, continues kart racing

Sophomore follows dream to become racecar driver, continues kart racing

Molly Wade, Co-Web Editor
April 12, 2013
Filed under Features

The engines start and the roar is deafening. When he speeds out of the pits, the wind snaps in his face as he whips around the corners. It takes all of his concentration and control to finish the race. This is what karting is to sophomore Connor Beique. Go-kart racing is a motor racing sport that... Read more »

Student victim to hate crime

Molly Wade, Co-Web Editor
February 19, 2013
Filed under Features

Sophomore Iris Cho remembers the day her dad told her that her family would be moving, remembers the day she left South Korea, remembers the day she arrived in America. But most of all, she remembers the taunts that she experienced at a young age. Questions and statements like ‘go back to [your]... Read more »

Gags, guffaws, giggles: Comedy Sportz enters tenth season of high school improv

Gags, guffaws, giggles: Comedy Sportz enters tenth season of high school improv

Snovia Moiz, Staff Writer
February 15, 2013
Filed under Clubs, Features

It is fast paced and funny. It requires acting without thinking. It is Comedy Sportz. “Comedy Sportz is an improvisation comedy show that is set up with a match based competition style,” Theatre Tech teacher Stephen Brown said. “Acthletes, as they are called, perform in special games using... Read more »

Shatter the Silence: Students raise awareness to fight sexual slavery

Shatter the Silence: Students raise awareness to fight sexual slavery

Elizabeth Hale, Staff writer
April 5, 2012
Filed under Features

    Human trafficking, or the act of recruiting, transporting, or receiving a person against their will for the purpose of exploiting them, has affected the United States and other countries throughout the world, and has had devastating consequences, according to the UN Global Initiative to Fight... Read more »

Unrest in Africa hits home

Elizabeth Hale, staff writer
December 9, 2011
Filed under Features

Moving from the suburbs of Houston to the deserts of Africa could be a challenge by itself, but imagine living over 6,000 miles away from home, with the country’s people rebelling against their leader. Sophomore Sarah Webster was nervous when she was told she would have to move with her family to... Read more »

Club’s holiday traditions

Camryn Fuller, staff writer
December 9, 2011
Filed under Clubs, Features

 Everyone has their own holiday traditions; some sing carols, some eat food. Well, clubs have traditions too. These traditions make the clubs unique. The Cougar Star dance team holds an event on Dec. 1 and 2 called Progressive Dinner, where the girls sit on a hay ride in... Read more »

Seniors lead squad into playoffs

Seniors lead squad into playoffs

Camryn Fuller, staff writer and Shaun Lal, Sports Editor
November 3, 2011
Filed under Football, Sports

From the 99 boys sharing one sideline, 75 are now preparing to part as men. The seniors on the varsity football team have dedicated their time, energy, and health to the back-breaking pressures of the game they love, but as their final season approaches its closing whistle, the seniors look up to the... Read more »