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“Boomers when you call them a boomer.” -Ben Hoover, 9

20 Years of Spongebob

Celeste Hoover, Co-Editor-In-Chief November 21, 2019

Some of our best childhood memories involve our favorite Nickelodeon shows. Most of us can look back fondly on hours spent watching The Powerpuff Girls, The Fairly OddParents, and iCarly afterschool. While...

Dorm Dilemma

Brynne Herzfeld and Rachel Foreman April 29, 2018

Brynne’s take: I started out my roommate search with the University of Texas housing application, where you can select preferences about noise level, extroversion vs. introversion, how early you plan...

Jamba Jammed

Angelica Arinze, Features Editor April 1, 2018

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...



Ana Medina, Staff Writer February 17, 2017

“My name is Basilio Medina. I am 50 years old. I am a minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ.” I closed my watering eyes and turned away from the TV screen as I realized that was the first time...

Brynne Herzfeld (left) and Cameron Herzfeld (right) at ages four and seven, respectively. While each case of Autism Spectrum Disorder (colloquially known as autism) is different, one common trait is a lack of eye contact.


Brynne Herzfeld, Voice Editor January 30, 2017
How do you explain what has always been your “normal?”
Art by Syarach Meirizka

Personal Column: Hijab and me

Meherina Khan, Co-Editor-in-Chief January 16, 2017

Looking through the pages of old photo albums, I’m fascinated by how little I’ve changed. My face is still as chubby as it’s been since I was an infant, and I still have little glasses perched...

Wait, what?

Wait, what?

Brynne Herzfeld, Voice Editor December 9, 2016

Heart of gold

Heart of gold

Meherina Khan, Staff Writer March 25, 2015

When the world discovered that organ transplants could be accomplished to potentially save the lives of millions, scientists and medical professionals alike were thrilled. Such a breakthrough would revolutionize...

Freeing myself from hate

Dominique Bai, Design Editor March 20, 2015

Hate was the defining characteristic in our relationship for a long time. However, at one point in my life, I knew him. Once upon a time, I genuinely cared for him, and I respected him as a person, and...

Junior David Dinh works on his “Quest” physics homework. Trouble with access can make these assignments a burden.

My computer ate my homework

Eryn Lyle, Staff Writer March 17, 2015
As our school and many others begin moving toward a more web-based homework system, it is becoming apparent that there are several issues that need to be resolved.
No vaccination for Senioritis

No vaccination for Senioritis

Dominique Bai, Design Editor February 3, 2015

I sit there staring at my calculus homework, hoping it disappears, but it still lies there waiting for me to solve its problems. Every time I lift up my hand, it just drops back down like a dead fish,...

Sophomores Alejandro Cstikovits, Cameron Crocket, and Ben Butler contemplate their lives after being dress coded.

Satire: School declares dress code epidemic

Snovia Moiz and Emily Burleson October 15, 2014

Grade level principals across the board declared a state of learning emergency yesterday in response to a rising “Dress Code Epidemic” sweeping the school. Witnesses described the hallways as scenes...

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