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The first amendment doesnt cover slander or falsehoods designed to damage ones reputation.

First Amendment Rights: An Infographic

Oliver Capito, Editor in Chief September 6, 2022

There have been mixed opinions about Cinco Ranch High School's new principal Dr. Kaye Williams. However, are these opinions protected under 1st amendment rights, especially when these opinions are based...

The Texas Tower. Its lit up everytime UT staff or a student does something extraordinary.

Education Expedition: UT Austin

Oliver Capito, Editor In Chief March 26, 2022

As with most non-juniors, I had severely procrastinated making a list of potential colleges to go to. With AP classes, newspaper, swimming, and other extracurricular activities, I was more focused on getting...

The Astroworld Festival Killings: How Travis Scott Caused a Preventable Tragedy

The Astroworld Festival Killings: How Travis Scott Caused a Preventable Tragedy

Oliver Capito, Editor November 30, 2021

Ten people died at Travis Scott’s annual Astroworld festival held on November 5th. The cause of such a tragedy could be broken down into three reasons: irresponsibility on Travis Scott’s part, a lack...

Senior Reflections: Donovan Nichols

Senior Reflections: Donovan Nichols

Donovan Nichols, Co-Editor In Chief May 26, 2021

To say this year has been intense would be an understatement so big, I can’t think of any funny superlative adjectives to describe it. It’s rare to get a bonus week of Spring Break, and rarer still...

WandaVision Is An Exciting Start To A New Chapter Of Marvel (Spoiler-Free Review)

WandaVision Is An Exciting Start To A New Chapter Of Marvel (Spoiler-Free Review)

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

With six episodes released and three more to go, WandaVision is a fantastic and bold first step from Marvel Studios into the realm of TV. The show is easily the MCU’s weirdest entry yet; the premise...

The College Board began publishing the AP Daily Videos on September 1 to assist teachers adapting to teaching online during the pandemic.
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An Open Letter to the College Board

Yoonsoo (Seth) Choi, News Editor November 13, 2020

This summer, I couldn’t wait for September 1 because that was the day the College Board was expected to publish the AP daily videos. I was excited to learn music theory, art history and psychology. However,...

The 2020 election is already set up to be an timely process, as mail-in votes slowly flow in and candidates grapple for control of the White House and Senate.

Election Exasperation

Donovan Nichols, Co-Editor In Chief November 5, 2020

We monitor our Twitter feeds with an unflinching gaze, desperate for another set of ballots to be reported. Our search histories are checkered with election coverage; the New York Times’ Election Needles...

Sarah Kotb, Future Pageant Queen

Sarah Kotb, Future Pageant Queen

Angel Huang, Staff Writer October 30, 2020

    Sarah Kotb is a current senior struggling to complete her early admission just like most teens in America trying to balance her AP courses, an internship with a Congressman, her activities in Cinco...

In Defense of the Not-So-Scary Halloween Movie

In Defense of the Not-So-Scary Halloween Movie

Celeste Hoover, Co-Editor in Chief October 29, 2020

Happy Halloween Cougars! As we’re forced to postpone or cancel most trick or treating plans and elaborate costume parties, many students have had trouble getting into the spooky spirit this season. Never...

The first presidential debate of the 2020 election was held Tuesday, September 29, at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.

SATIRE: Presidential Debate Shows Candidates Are Definitely, Unconditionally, Equally Bad, We Promise

Donovan Nichols, Co-Editor In Chief October 7, 2020

The first presidential debate of the 2020 election cycle on September 29 left Americans shocked, flabbergasted, and utterly befuddled. The approximately hour-and-a-half long political brawl between former...

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg poses for a picture in an undated picture.

The Lessons We Can Learn From the Notorious R.B.G.

Yoonsoo (Seth) Choi, News Editor October 7, 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Supreme Court’s second female justice and feminist icon, passed away on September 18 due to cancer and became the first woman and Jew to lie in state at the capitol.  We...

We at the County Line highly encourage every student eligible to get involved and have their voice heard.

How to Vote in the 2020 Election

Celeste Hoover, Co-Editor In Chief September 11, 2020

Before Election Day rolls around on November 3, find out how to register to vote and have your voice heard. Remember, you must register 30 days before election day. If you plan on sending in a mail-in...

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