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For an assembly on the dangers of substance abuse, Chris Herren talks to the student body. Herren wanted to teach students that they didn’t need drugs to get through everyday life and to learn from his struggle with substance abuse. “In hindsight, it was a coping mechanism for multiple things going on in my life that I never really wanted to look at and never really knew how to look at,” Herren said.
Chris Herren Addresses Drug Culture At Schoolwide Assembly
Alex Justine, Reporter • May 5, 2022

Former basketball player Chris Herren spoke to students about his struggle with substance abuse and making healthy choices on March 31 during...

Third Annual Issues Issue
Third Annual Issues Issue
Lucy Gomez and Jeneta Nwosu May 5, 2022

Dear Readers, The Issues Issues is a Bagpipe tradition. We dedicate one issue each school year to the topics most heavily impacting...

The illustration displays a person of color with swatches of makeup that do not match their skin tone. This is a common experience for people of color.
Opinion: Makeup Industry Must Root Out Racism
Alex Justine, Reporter • May 25, 2022

In makeup, foundation is supposed to cover the skin of the face naturally and evenly. But for people with darker skin tones, this standard is less often attainable. Makeup...

 Fighting for the ball, senior Captain Jack Krejs faces up against the opponent to secure the ball in the Scot’s possession, followed by teammate Kyle French. The team went up against the Tigers last year in the playoffs. “We wanted to beat them by a lot because they were the ones who beat us last year,” Krejs said. “It was a bit of a personal thing.”
Frisco Lonestar Ends Varsity Boys' Soccer Season
Katherine Harrell, Reporter • May 25, 2022

After winning the bi-district title, the boys varsity soccer team won the area champion and the regional quarterfinals but lost to Frisco Lonestar...

Passionate about promoting speaking Spanish, junior Alexis Scott uses her role as president of the Amigos club to get students excited about the language. Scott also actively volunteers with several different nonprofits that encourage inclusivity.
Junior Spreads Appreciation For Spanish
Will Gaffey, Reporter • December 6, 2021

Initially, junior Alexis Scott joined a slew of clubs to follow her friends. She is the president of the Amigos club, and she is a member...

As the president of Lend-a-hand, as well as the social action and economic development club, senior Isabella Acosta is committed to helping underserved communities in the Dallas area. She has also been involved in on-campus activities such as National Honor Society and Lads and Lassies.
Senior Lends A Hand
December 6, 2021
The veal pelmeni at Sadelles in Highland Park Village. The restaurant opened on March 16 with critical acclaim.
Review: Sadelle's Brings Elegance, High Prices To Dallas
Chloe Nugent, Reporter • May 25, 2022

Sadelle’s is New York-based restaurant empire Major Food Group's first of three restaurants opening in Dallas this spring.  The original Sadelle’s...

Together We Climb: 2022 Senior Issue
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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 2, 2021