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‘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...

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

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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...

Government shutdown longest in history

Lily Marchetto, Staff Editor

January 23, 2019

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In the winter of 1995-1996, during Bill Clinton’s administration, the government was shut down for 21 days. That was the record for the longest shutdown in American history, until over 20 years later, in 2019. A month has com...

AT&T helps homeless

Sarah Rogers, Staffer

January 22, 2019

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AT&T is tackling one of the biggest problems that is just steps away from their headquarters in downtown Dallas. AT&T is launching Believe Dallas, an initiative to help the homeless in Dallas, with a special focus on ...

Amazon’s CEO at risk of losing half of all assets

Nicholas Drexler, Section Editor

January 21, 2019

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The richest person in the world, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, is getting divorced from his wife Mackenzie Bezos after 25 years of marriage. They have four adopted Chinese children, three sons and a daughter, with ages ranging from 13 to 18...

Explosion in Syria after troop withdrawal

Juliet Richardson, Social Chair

January 21, 2019

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Four Americans were killed in a suicide bombing in Manbij, Syria on Wed., Jan. 16. ISIS took responsibility for the attack. A military convoy was at a restaurant that they often ate at during patrols in Manbij. A nearby a...

Jam-Packed

Hannah Jiang, Section Editor

January 12, 2019

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Santa Cruz de Istole, from a distance, appears to be a mass of houses and roads floating on the ocean’s surface. Though it was deemed uninhabitable only a few generations ago, the Colombian island is now the most densely populat...

Near future schools

Ryer Brown, Staffer

November 14, 2018

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Two state of the art schools opened within the last couple of years in HPISD. Additional schools are on schedule to be built within the next two years, bringing the sum of new schools to four. As the Park Cities continues to urbanize and...

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