County Line

Ratna Ramaraju

Ratna Ramaraju

Sarah Sheikh, Staff Writer

May 2, 2018


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To diminish the worries of getting into college and graduate school in one step seems too good to be true. Getting into a college is daunting, and not to mention dealing with the competitiveness of graduate school in a few years to come. Since the beginning of her education, the aspiration to become a doct...

Senior prom theme week

Senior prom theme week

Ana Medina, News Editor

April 20, 2018


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     Although senior prom week theme days were not approved by the school administration, the senior students decided to continue the tradition. The senior student council created theme days for the week of prom and distributed the information via Instagram and other social media. Students were r...

Senior wins READYKaty logo contest

Senior wins READYKaty logo contest

Claire Haigwood, Staff Writer

April 6, 2018


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When senior Ashley Coleman heard that her artwork had won a contest, her initial reaction was confusion. “I made my logo so long ago, I thought that maybe someone else won,” Coleman said. “So to hear months later that my logo was chosen, I was caught completely off guard.” Coleman ente...

Jamba Jammed

Angelica Arinze, Features Editor

April 1, 2018


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While many were spending Spring Break out of town and basking in the sunlight, I made the most of my days unnecessarily panicking over college courses and how I broke I am. While I figured that I could put the former dilemma off to the last minute (like I always do), I decided to do something about t...

Superintendent responds to bullying allegations

Sarah Sheikh, Staff Writer

March 28, 2018


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Katy ISD Board President Ashley Vann  released a statement on Monday, March 26 regarding the accusations of bullying made by Greg Barrett  at the public speaking portion of a board meeting the previous week. “As trustees to our children and their parents, our responsibility is to act on beh...

Tacos A No No

Angelica Arinze, Features Editor

March 16, 2018


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It was an average Thursday evening at the Arinze residence. Out of what I presume was a standard mix of boredom and sheer curiosity, my sisters were ordering take out for dinner. This time around, they wanted to try something new—something you don’t hear often in our family when it comes to dining ...

Enough

Enough

Ana Medina, News Editor

March 1, 2018


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“Sexual harassment and gender-based harassment of a student by an employee, volunteer, or another student are prohibited. Examples of sexual harassment may include, but not be limited to, touching private parts or coercing physical contact that is sexual in nature; sexual advances; jokes or conversations of a ...

Five Cougar Wrestlers State-bound

Brynne Herzfeld, Co-Editor-in-Chief

February 22, 2018


Filed under News, Sports, Top Stories

The Cougar wrestling teams returned from regionals at Paetow High School on Feb. 17 and 18 with five state qualifying wrestlers and a third place trophy for the boys’ team. Seniors Kayla De Leon and Zyire Ardoin secured their places at state by taking Regional Champion titles in their weight classes,...

Kingdom Come: Deliverance thrills players with realistic, immersive world

Kingdom Come: Deliverance thrills players with realistic, immersive world

Samuel Teas, Co-Editor-In-Chief

February 21, 2018


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Warhorse Studio’s “Kingdom Come: Deliverance” hit physical and digital shelves Tuesday, Feb. 13 across the world. On my way home from school, I rushed to buy the store’s last copy, ran home, and put the disc in my PS4. A game I had been anticipating for years, I was terrified it wouldn’t l...

PALs competes in Cinco version of Winter Olympics

PALs competes in Cinco version of Winter Olympics

Samuel Teas, Co-Editor-In-Chief

February 19, 2018


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PALs competed in their version of the Winter Olympics on Friday, Feb. 16. Students competed in various events including Ham Toss, Ice Dancing, Hockey, and Frozen.

Close-up and Personal

Claire Haigwood, Staff writer

February 16, 2018


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Tourists sightseeing, politicians hurrying to work and drivers blaring: a typical scene on any street in our nation’s capital. Amid the chaos, however, a group of students from halfway across the country navigate the disorderly roads on their annual trip to Washington, D.C. “My mom thought it wo...

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