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Meme Review 3: Dog Duel


Joshua Piper, Staff Writer

March 6, 2020

With the birth of a new dog meme, “Walter The Dog”, the comparison to a much older dog meme, entitled the “Doge” meme, is almost mandatory. This comparison will allow for a decision as to which meme is the ultimate dog meme. The "Doge" Meme The elder of the two, the “Doge” meme, traces back t...

“Valentines Day”

Lauren Torres, Guest Artist

February 20, 2020

Humans of Cinco

How has the media influenced your view of Valentine's day?

Jordyn Guzman, Co-Editor-In-Chief

February 7, 2020

Meme Review 2: The Woman and Cat Meme

The “Woman and Cat Meme” rose to popularity relatively recently. It first surfaced May 1, 2019.

Joshua Piper, Staff Writer

January 13, 2020

With the beginning of a new year, many new memes have already emerged. Today, for the second Meme Review, we will be delving into a meme originating prior to 2020. In the spring of 2019, two images were paired and immediately became popular for the differing moods of the two photos. The pictures were p...

“Thanksgiving Break”

Lauren Torres, Guest Artist

December 10, 2019


Meme Review: The Blue Button Meme

The blue button meme is one of many memes creating a division between generations.

Joshua Piper, Staff Writer

December 10, 2019

With the emergence of memes came a divide between generations as a younger audience took to social media littering their Twitter pages with captioned stock images. Memes, defined as humorous pictures and videos usually accompanied by text, have become inside jokes to the generations who grew up with th...

Close Up

Close Up

Hana Glaesemann, Contributing Photographer

October 30, 2019

“As a person who doesn’t like to be in front of the camera, I understand the fear that comes with taking photos. Once I learned how to take photos, I wanted to help my friends who have the same problem and make them realize how beautiful they are inside and out. Taking photos is always a fun t...

“Ha Ha, you C what I did there?”

Lauren Torres, Guest Artist

October 30, 2019


“Where’s Your ID?”

Lauren Torres, Guest Artist

October 9, 2019


Featuring Alumni – Claire A Jac Jones

2003 CRHS graduate Claire A Jac Jones transitioned from the world for theater set design to running her own Tiny House design business business. The Cinco alum credits her high school CTRC experience for setting the foundation of her career pathway in design.

Claire Haigwood, Staff Writer

April 1, 2019

After a successful high school career with the Cinco Ranch Theater Company and achieving a  bachelor’s degree of Fine Arts, alumnae Claire A Jac Jones thought she knew exactly what kind of career she wanted to have. “I started off in the theater world,” Jones said. “I worked as a scenic designer, a pai...

Featuring Alumni- Philip Zanghi

Claw Bot, Zanghi's senior year robot, picks up a game piece.

Donovan Nichols, Staff Writer

March 19, 2019

CRHS 2008 alumnus Philip Zanghi’s four years on Team 624 CRyptonite Robotics were filled with repairing robots, billowing capes, and hundreds of towering green hair spikes. Now, for the past 11 years, Zanghi has been a team mentor, helping teach and develop students’ skills so they can experience a...

Featuring Alumni – Kelsey Johnson

Featuring Alumni - Kelsey Johnson

Nandika Mansingka, Editor-In-Chief

March 8, 2019

Caught up in the whirlwind of school and the demands and obligations of being full time students, kids often forget to remind themselves of the people who have the biggest hand in preparing them for their futures. Teachers are devoted to making sure students are capable of achieving every goal successful...

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