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Counselors: Behind the Scenes

Counselors: Behind the Scenes

Oliver Capito, Editor October 14, 2021

Mental health issues can are a lot more common than they may appear. That's why the counselors are working to make sure every student gets the help they need. “There are a lot of ways mental health...

Audio Anarchy

Audio Anarchy

Nicha Bruce October 14, 2021

Journalism has evolved in tandem with modern technology, starting with stamped print issues to radio and television broadcasts. Podcasts are a product of this, and have now become staples of entertainment...

New Staff Face New Challenges

New Staff Face New Challenges

Bea Lunardini, Senior Staff Writer October 14, 2021

Beginning his first year of teaching at Cinco, Charlton Jones juggles teaching, coaching responsibilities, and the struggles of a floating classroom, all at the tail-end of the devastating Covid-19 pandemic. ...

Jadas Comprehensive Guide to Surviving Senior Year

Jada’s Comprehensive Guide to Surviving Senior Year

Jada Joshua , Staff Writer September 21, 2021

Returning to school as a senior during a global pandemic should be considered an Olympic sport. Everything from *college applications* to leading different clubs, senior year at Cinco Ranch High School...

Crystal Corner

Crystal Corner

Nicha Bruce, Staff Writer September 21, 2021

Welcome to the Crystal Corner, the complete guide to crystals and how to use them. Crystals are an alternative type of therapy that can improve your mental well-being. Each individual crystal is associated...

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Homemade Horoscopes

Nicole Campbell and Nicha Bruce September 21, 2021

See previous article for more info about horoscopes and zodiacs…..https://crhscountyline.com/features/2020/09/23/homemade-horoscopes/  Aries- You need to take a deep breath. Things have a way working...

Amelia Flynt

Amelia Flynt

Celeste Hoover, Co-Editor In Chief May 19, 2021

“My favorite memory of this season is looking up at my family after throwing 173 feet on my first try and knowing I was going to be a double state champion.” After two record breaking throws at...

Anika Ravishankar

Anika Ravishankar

Angel Huang, Staff Writer May 19, 2021

It started from a single Starbucks peach refresher and a cute caption in freshman year. Now, as a senior, Anika Ravishankar has a growing Instagram business called Hungriehoney with a current following...

Kyna McGill

Kyna McGill

Oliver Capito, Staff Writer May 18, 2021

Three presidential volunteer service awards, two awards from the rodeo, the state face seal for art, an international dean’s list finalist, leader of the robotics club. Senior Kyna McGill has all kinds...

Salutatorian Zara Shipchandler poses in front of the University of Texas at Austin tower on April 18, 2021.

Zara Shipchandler

Yoonsoo (Seth) Choi, News Editor May 18, 2021

In 2019, Zara Shipchandler spent three weeks of her summer at an immersion program at Harvard University. “The summer I spent at Harvard was one of the most memorable experiences I have ever had,”...

Ethan Onianwa

Ethan Onianwa

Donovan Nichols, Co-Editor In Chief May 17, 2021

“My parents actually didn’t want me to play football at all,” senior Ethan Onianwa said. “We had just moved here from Nigeria when I was 6 years old, and my mom said ‘You’re never going to...

Elias Gettemy

Elias Gettemy

Donovan Nichols, Co-Editor In Chief May 5, 2021

 “It pretty much went from zero to 100. Before then, I hadn’t really looked at playing the cello as more than just a hobby, a passion, an activity in high school.”  Senior Elias Gettemy first...

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