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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...

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...

Senior Paul Schrieber will be attending the University of Texas at Arlington this fall, where he plans to major in nursing and minor in a business field,

Paul Schrieber

Donovan Nichols, News Editor May 4, 2020

Like all seniors, Paul Schrieber’s time in school has been unexpectedly cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet, his time at Cinco will be far less than other seniors, by an entire year. Schrieber loaded...

Munoz establishes her college plan with hopes of becoming a veterinarian. “I want to be a veterinarian of wild animals, not just domestic animals,

Luana Muñoz

Jordyn Guzman, Co-Editor May 4, 2020

In this world, humans must coexist with millions of creatures that dwell on the land, in the depths of the sea, and in the air as well. Senior Luana Muñoz, an aspiring animal science major with a passion...

 So, when the idea of physical therapy came, I knew immediately that it’s what I wanted to do,

Ina Bruno

Nicole Campbell, Staff Writer May 2, 2020

The future has a different definition for everyone. For some people it’s being an artist or a scientist, but for senior, Ina Bruno, it means going to college and becoming a physical therapist. She plans...

Senior Sammi Levine's studio art portfolio focuses on breadth and concentration. See the rest of her work here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/khnqdo6k5grmnug/AAB3DT2kXBNzgzD41fSLMX9wa?dl=0

Sammi Levine

Celeste Hoover, Co-Editor In Chief May 1, 2020

Senior Sammi Levine has always known she loved art, ever since her first painting class in junior high. So, when the time came to choose a career, it was only a matter of where to start. From the East...

Senior Caren Koh was accepted to Harvard and Stanford University.  She will be attending Harvard because she applied under the Early Action program.

Caren Koh

Yoonsoo (Seth) Choi, Staff Writer April 26, 2020

Senior Caren Koh opens two college admissions letters from Stanford and Harvard. She stares in disbelief as streamers fill her screen. In shock, she re-reads the first line, which says “Congratulations...

Katy ISD released updated schedules for the class of 2020 Wednesday, in light of Governor Abbott's recent order to keep all Texas schools closed for the remainder of the 2020 school year.

Katy ISD Releases Updated Class of 2020 Schedules

Donovan Nichols, News Editor April 23, 2020

KatyISD released updated dates and schedules for the class of 2020 after Governor Greg Abbott ordered last week that all schools remain closed for the rest of the 2020 school year. The last day of school...

Courtesy of KatyISD

Seniors To Graduate Week Early

Donovan Nichols, News Editor August 29, 2019

KatyISD seniors will finish school one week earlier than their classmates starting this spring for the class of 2020. Graduation ceremonies will take place Saturday through Friday preceding Memorial Day...

Podcast: Senior departure leaves some behind

Samuel Teas, Co-Editor-In-Chief April 25, 2018

https://soundcloud.com/samuel-teas-248774818/county-line-podcast-1-left-behind

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