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Cutting class for the climate

Justin Kliewer, Copy Editor

April 29, 2019

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All throughout the continent of Europe, students in countries such as Belgium, France, Germany, and Britain are participating in climate rallies every Friday, known as "Fridays for Future." The goal of these rallies is to pro...

El Chapo’s retail legacy

Tyee Arey, Staffer

April 25, 2019

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Joaquín Archivaldo Guzmán Loera, better known by his nickname, El Chapo, is one of if not the most notorious drug trafficking kingpin in the world. After escaping prison twice, in fashions not unlike what one would see in a ...

Measles makes a comeback

Hannah Jiang, Section Editor

April 25, 2019

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It’s been the first major sighting of the deadly disease in years, as measles, one of the most highly infectious pathogens, continues to spread around the US. Since October, the disease has infected hundreds, brought conflict, and...

Off Broadway

Hayden Chandler, Staffer

April 17, 2019

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The hit Broadway musical Hamilton is now in Dallas. Until May 5, 2019, the musical will be on show at the Music Hall at Fair Park, which boasts air conditioning, 3,420 seats and its own restaurant, The Crystal Terrace. The last ...

737 max groundings

737 max groundings

April 11, 2019

‘Pokémon GO’ and modern warfare

Tyee Arey, Staffer

March 25, 2019

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Microsoft development staff has begun protesting the company’s multi-million dollar military contract. According to the contract, Microsoft’s new augmented reality device termed the “HoloLens,” would be applied onto the battl...

History of Marvel Characters

Elsa Pedrosa Noguera, Photography Editor

March 22, 2019

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Iron Man is an American comic book superhero, who first appeared in 1963 Tales of Suspense no. 39. His creation is officially credited to four people: writer and editor Stan Lee, who plotted the first story; his brother Larry Li...

College admissions scam

John Ruhl, Staffer

March 21, 2019

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Over this past Spring Break, without warning or a signal of any kind, a bombshell was dropped over the college admissions system in the United States. The scam itself crossed from coast to coast throughout the nation, but the ...

Denying aid

Sam Brown, Staff Editor

March 6, 2019

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Venezuela has quickly become one of the most heated global situations, and the tension shows no sign of relaxing. Currently, there is a contested view of who is the leader of the country. Officially, Socialist leader Nicolas...

What’s done is done… so far

Maddie Galerston, Copy Editor

February 15, 2019

Filed under News, School

In November of 2015, a $361 million bond proposal was approved so that the district can rebuild and renovate many of the schools in this district. So far the fifth elementary school paid for by the bond and currently used as ...

National women’s march

Mariyam Siddiqui, Editor-in-chief

January 23, 2019

Filed under News

On Jan. 19, thousands of women stood on the streets of Washington, D.C. for the third annual women’s march. The protesting was primarily aimed towards the current president’s administration and the growing concern for the...

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