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Running Her Way to College

Running Her Way to College

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

May 28, 2019


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Throughout her high school years, senior Sophia Roach has become an accomplished swimmer and runner for both the track and cross country teams. Now, with a scholarship already under her belt, she’s only months away from attending Northern Arizona State University, where she can make new memories with...

The Best of Both Worlds

The Best of Both Worlds

Sydney Miner, Reporter

May 28, 2019


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Juggling over five honor societies, leadership positions in band and a rigorous track and cross country schedule, senior Leah Wilcox has learned throughout her years in high school how to manage such an attentive schedule. Wilcox hands her ability to manage her schedule to staying organized and on t...

‘Sex Education’ Netflix Show Starts Conversation

‘Sex Education’ Netflix Show Starts Conversation

Callie Copeland, Reporter

May 28, 2019


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This January, a new show hit Netflix and got high schoolers from around the world talking. "Sex Education," released Jan. 11, explores the lives of American teenagers as they navigate their newfound hormones, desires and issues. While the American students are portrayed by young British actors, the show...

Self Motivation

Self Motivation

Kieren Garner, Reporter

May 28, 2019


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Junior Kate Lee moved here only three and a half years ago from South Korea, and has since joined ten clubs at school, and plays four instruments, all while taking “One of the main reasons that I’m in many clubs is because I want to get involved in many communities," Lee said. "Also, I think ...

From Captain to Coach

From Captain to Coach

Rylee Elam, Reporter

May 27, 2019


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Being nominated as captain of her high school cheer team was a big enough accomplishment for senior Jordan Tillett, until she broadened her horizons and landed a coaching job. Cheer Athletics is a gym for athletes of all levels to train with a team and compete at various events, including The Chee...

Dancing to New Heights

Dancing to New Heights

Nithila Ilangovan, Reporter

May 24, 2019


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As young as the age of three, senior Himaani Ramesh was enrolled in lessons for Indian dance, and later Bharatanatyam, a form of dance that would soon become a major part of her life. Originally known as Sathiraatam, Bharatanatyam is a highly influential Indian classical dance form that originated fr...

From Center Court to Center Stage

From Center Court to Center Stage

Paris Maddox, Reporter

May 22, 2019


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The last game of a high school sports career is something all athletes dread. For senior basketball captain, Callie Copeland, it represented the end of 14 years of early morning trainings, long car rides to tournaments and hundreds of teammates. Copeland ended her final season as a Timberwolf averaging 35 per...

Smart Art

Smart Art

Kaley Johnson, Reporter

May 21, 2019


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On three days of the week, for four to six hours each, senior Kelsey Jones works at The Studio, a local art studio where she is an assistant teacher for kids' classes. She has taken art classes from her current boss since she was five years old, and said that she learned more about herself and how she ...

Top of the Timberwolves

Top of the Timberwolves

Mckenzie Hayek, Reporter

May 21, 2019


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On May 31, nearly 500 seniors will walk across the stage and be recognized for obtaining a high school degree. On this day, senior Grant Lee will stand in front of his classmates, friends and family to be acknowledged for his whopping 5.75 GPA, making him the valedictorian of this year's graduating class...

Conducting the Way to Success

Conducting the Way to Success

Addy Bates, Reporter

May 20, 2019


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A two-time state champion, Grand Nationals finalist and Texas Marching Classic 2016 champion. Through all of these accomplishments, senior drum major Kendyl Morris has helped lead the band through it all. After being a member of the 2015 state champion band in her freshman season, Morris decided th...

Safety School

Safety School

Deana Trautz, Editor-in-Chief

May 17, 2019


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Wellesley College – it’s the alma mater of Hillary Clinton, Diane Sawyer and the second woman to command a space shuttle mission. To most seniors applying for college, Wellesley would rank high on their lists, but to salutatorian Pujita Shukla, it was initially just a safety school. Throughout...

A Man of Princeton

A Man of Princeton

Jalen Gomez, Reporter

May 16, 2019


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Princeton is one of the most nationally recognized colleges in the world. It’s a school that has been associated with two U.S. Presidents, 12 Supreme Court Justices and numerous living billionaires among their alumni. This is a group that senior Josh Kolenbrander is joining in the fall. Kolenb...

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