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Cinco students rally in a large vigil in support of those who are protesting in Venezuela.

Unrest stirs hearts of native Venezuelans

Sofia Guevara, Features Editor April 15, 2014

What started as a peaceful demonstration, a coalition of political opposition to President Nicolás Maduro and college students, turned into a violent confrontation between the protesters and police. Protesters...

PALs students practice a team-building activity during their day-long training event in September. After six weeks of mentor training, the three PALs classes travel to elementary and junior high campuses during third period to mentor younger students.

PALS named model program for district

Emily Burleson, News Editor October 17, 2013

A fun class with no homework, hanging out with kids and spontaneous Chick-fil-a runs is one thing, but growing as a person in the district-recognized Peer Assistance Leadership Skills, or PALS, program...

Rising AP test prices could prove costly to College Board, students

April 15, 2013

For the first time in more than a decade, the average score of Advanced Placement tests increased last year, according to a statement College Board released in February. The upward trend ended a ten-year...

Education complication

Emily Burleson, Staff Writer December 12, 2012

Students spend a large amount of time working on homework, and for those who focus most of their energy on receiving competitive grades, it is exhausting and not very beneficial. Newly elected French...

Faculty members watch their children grow, graduate

Shiva Mirzahaidar, Elizabeth Hale, staff writers May 15, 2012

   From their child's first steps to the great strides across the stage during graduation ceremonies, many parents have been by their child's side helping to navigate their lives together. The relationship...

Seniors welcome President Obama to Minute Maid Park

Molly Wade, staff writer April 5, 2012

On Friday, March 9, several students traveled to Minute Maid Park in order to hear a speech by President Obama. People paid hundreds of dollars to attend the event, but students were granted a discounted...

According to Swift, writing on arms and hands to remember facts is a popular method to cheat.

Cheating on rise as students compete for top rankings

Madeline Brisson, Staff Writer February 9, 2012

Staring blankly at the test, the jumble of unknown words and equations triggers panic and stress. The student’s lack of studying has set him up for failure. The thought of the look on his parents’...

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