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TxDOT presenter explains rollover simulator to students. The simulation is designed to inform teens about seatbelt safety. Wearing a seatbelt can make the difference in a crash and save lives, TxDOT Public Information Officer Tila Grant said. Its essential to stress this importance to teens in schools.
TxDOT Rollover Simulation Educates Students on Seatbelt Safety
Augusta McKenzie, Reporter • April 2, 2024

The Texas Department of Transportation came on February 27th to demonstrate the importance of wearing seatbelts. With a team of TxDOT safety...

Students pose in their solar eclipse glasses, awaiting the four minutes of totality.
Total Solar Eclipse Amazes Dallas
Ellie Levy, Editorials editor • April 11, 2024

On July 29, 1878, the city of Fort Worth was plunged into darkness in the midst of a total solar eclipse. Astronomers traveled from across...

Crispy Meal or Cancerous Consequences
Crispy Meal or Cancerous Consequences
Augusta McKenzie and Mila Segal March 28, 2024

Pro Air Fryers Two years ago when my family bought an Air Fryer for our kitchen, my life changed for the better. I couldn't believe I had lived without an air fryer for...

Powerlifting Team Creates Inclusive Community
Powerlifting Team Creates Inclusive Community
OS Keijsers Koning, Reporter • April 5, 2024

On the lesser known powerlifting team, students are making gains, both physical and mental. "[The team focuses on] changing HP and starting...

Scotlight: Senior Kicks Off New Phase of Life
Scotlight: Senior Kicks Off New Phase of Life
Augusta McKenzie, Reporter • April 3, 2024

Senior Colin Kamhi prepares for his soccer games with a bowl of oatmeal for breakfast and a Chipotle burrito with extra rice for lunch, a tradition...

Crispy Meal or Cancerous Consequences
Crispy Meal or Cancerous Consequences
Augusta McKenzie and Mila Segal March 28, 2024

Pro Air Fryers Two years ago when my family bought an Air Fryer for our kitchen, my life changed for the better. I couldn't believe I had lived without...

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At 99 Jimmy Carter Launches Bold Presidential Campaign
At 99 Jimmy Carter Launches Bold Presidential Campaign
Elaine Engel, Reporter • March 28, 2024

As the primaries draw to a close and all eyes turn in horror to the upcoming presidential election, a new runner in the race to the White House...

Crispy Meal or Cancerous Consequences
Crispy Meal or Cancerous Consequences
Augusta McKenzie and Mila Segal March 28, 2024

Pro Air Fryers Two years ago when my family bought an Air Fryer for our kitchen, my life changed for the better. I couldn't believe I had...

Uncovering Highland Parks Hidden Ties to the Illuminati
Uncovering Highland Park's Hidden Ties to the Illuminati
Libby Howell, Features editor • March 28, 2024

The Illuminati is a dangerous organization who has formed to take over our country. And now, they’ve infiltrated Highland Park. Celebrities...

UIL Introduces Womens Football As Recognized Sport
UIL Introduces Womens Football As Recognized Sport
Juliana Stimac, News editor • March 28, 2024

In a press release on March 28, the University Interscholastic League (UIL) introduced womens football as a recognized sport for high schools...

Teamates Obi Nwosu, Colin Kamhi, Brant Williams and Ryan Beck celebrate after Kamhi scores a goal. We had a slow start but once we found the rhythm with the game we scored a ton of goals and it was great, Kamhi said.
Boys Varsity Soccer Celebrates Senior Night With 6-0 Win
Isabella Navarro, Sports editor • March 7, 2024

Bagpipers Sam Masullo, Natalie Koch, Jake Wood and Gage Swords were recognized by head coach Randy Allen. Were always happy to be there for the community, junior Natalie Koch said. The bagpipes have been such a significant symbol in our school, and being able to carry on the tradition in the future years is a true honor.
Student Body Celebrates At School Year's First Pep Rally
Elaine Engel, Reporter • August 28, 2023

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