HP Bagpipe

HP Bagpipe

HP Bagpipe

In the library sophomore Rhodes Dunston works on his computer. He took the Youth Check Survey last school year as a freshman. The school is doing enough for the mental health of students because we have good counselors, he said.
Freshman And Juniors Take Mental Health Survey
OS Keijsers Koning, Reporter • December 6, 2022

The Teen Screen survey, or Youth Check, is a mental health survey that students could take over the course of November. This survey addresses...

During his study hall, sophomore Corbin Monk explores the ChatGPT website. Monk says hes against any forms of plagiarism, especially artificial intelligence. It just defeats the purpose of writing an essay if youre just going to get an AI to write it for you, Monk said.
Essay-Writing Programs Could Pose Problems For English Classes In The Future
Will Gaffey, News Editor • February 6, 2023

A good essay is one that effectively communicates the writer's ideas and arguments in a clear and concise manner. It is a blend of well-researched...

In the library senior Gracie Braner reads Spare. The memoir was published on Jan. 10.
Prince Harry Releases Memoir
Juliana Stimac, Reporter • February 6, 2023

“Spare,” a book by Prince Harry, despite the rough start in the prologue, developed into an interesting story.  Memoirs are probably one of my favorite genres, but...

During practice, senior Taylor Stanford and junior Audrey Schedler work on pitching and catching.  This the first year the team will play for 6A. I think theres potential for a solid year as long as we keep working to build team chemistry, Schedler said.
Preparations For Upcoming Softball Season Begin
OS Keijsers Koning, Reporter • February 6, 2023

Junior varsity and varsity softball’s season started with a scrimmage on Jan. 28 at the Mesquite Girls Softball Complex in Mesquite, TX.    The...

At the homecoming pep rally, sophomore Karianne Grove-Collins performs her baton twirling routine for the entire  student body. Although Grove-Collins normally performs solo, she and Tafel are planning a duet for the upcoming blacklight pep rally. I think having another twirler in general is great for representation and gives opportunities to showcase more twirling. Mimi and I have been twirling together for five years and are really close, so its great to have her out there with me, Grove-Collins said.
Freshman, Sophomore Twirlers Overcome Obstacles To Pursue Passion
Camden Coale, Reporter • October 17, 2022

Dressed in a sparkling outfit, baton in hand, sophomore Karianne Grove-Collins steps out onto the gym floor to cheers and applause. She stands...

The artwork for Metro Boomins latest album, Heroes & Villains. The album has been a critical and commercial success.
Opinion: Metro Boomin Is Paving The Way For New Sounds
Libby Howell, Reporter • January 30, 2023

Artists over the past decade have grown a following due to their specific genre, yet no artist has created an album that incorporates all varieties of...

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While the pep rally transitions between segments, band drumline members sophomore Dash Whitaker, senior Ford Manley, sophomore Rowan Ryan, senior Gavin Monk and freshman Cam Cason keep the beat. Manleys favorite part of each band performance is when the last note hits. It gives a raw rush of excitement, Manley said.
Outside Homecoming Pep Rally Allows All Students To Attend
Matteo Winandy, Photographer • November 18, 2021

In the hall, seniors Camp Wagner and Elise Needleman pose for the camera. The pair dressed up for career day. I thought it was really fun to dress up and see how good other peoples costumes were, Needleman said.
Seniors Dress Up For Homecoming Week
Sam Anderson, Photographer • November 10, 2021

Dallas resident gives speech at a peaceful protest on Lakeside Drive Park.
Summer Flashback: Protests Erupt In Park Cities
Elsa Pedrosa Noguera, Editor-in-Chief • March 1, 2021