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The Fight for (Climate) Change

The Fight for (Climate) Change

Story by: Emma O'Dell, Reporter

October 9, 2019

Greta Thunberg, Swedish climate activist, has recently started an uproar of public commotion. On Friday, September 27th, Thunberg stood in front of a crowd of thousands of people, and declared her reaction to the “betrayal” of the government on behalf of the climate crisis. Thunberg received a gre...

Saturday Night Controversy

Saturday Night Controversy

Story by: Emma O'Dell, Reporter

October 9, 2019

Shane Gillis, the new cast member for Saturday Night Live, a weekly comedy program on NBC, has come under fire for having a former podcast resurface with him openly saying racist remarks. Following the reemergence of the podcast, the standup community and the common public have had mixed opinions on...

“North Avenue” Takes Home Gold

“North Avenue” Takes Home Gold

Story by: Sienna Wight, Editor-in-Chief

October 2, 2019

The warm lights dim as the murmurs of an anxious crowd fade into the silence of anticipation. Dozens of artists fidget in their seats, restlessly awaiting the beginning of the showings. A black Sedan pulls into view on the screen of the theater; it has begun.    Collin Smith has branded himself as a sort o...

New Kids on Campus

New Kids on Campus

Story by: Evan Harris, Reporter

October 2, 2019

As famously said in “The Wizard of Oz”, “there’s no place like home”, but sometimes you need a change of pace from everyday life. The foreign exchange program allows students to live in another country for up to an entire scholastic year. A select amount of students from other countries got the ch...

The Untimely Death of Mac Miller

The Untimely Death of Mac Miller

Story by: Emma O'Dell, Reporter

September 18, 2019

Malcolm McCormick, also known as Mac Miller, reached out to Cameron Petit on September 5th, 2018, initiating a drug deal. The deal occurred in less than five minutes. Petit collected his cut of cash, and Miller received Oxycodone pills, Cocaine and Xanax. The deal ended as quickly as it started and ...

Revisiting the Horror of 9/11

Revisiting the Horror of 9/11

Story by: Evan Harris, Reporter

September 13, 2019

September 11, 2001, the day that shook the whole country. From the moment the first plane crashed into the North tower in Manhattan, New York, everyone in the United States was on the edge of their seats. At 8:45 am the first plane, loaded with 20,000 gallons of jet fuel, rammed into the North tower, le...

Back For More

Back For More

Story by: Chloe O'Dell, Reporter

September 12, 2019

For athletes, the start of a new school year not only means homework and new classes but also after school practice and excitement filled gamedays. With the fall season starting for sports, fans and players alike will have lots to look forward to.   Football, one of the most notable high schoo...

Silvies Take New York City

Silvies Take New York City

Story by: Emma Jessen, Reporter

March 6, 2019

Every two years, the Silverados embark on a team trip to a new destination. This time, the team took on New York City together. The Silvies left for the Big Apple on Thursday, March 28th. The Silvies received the opportunity to participate in a workshop with the Radio City Rockettes, where they le...

Video Production Goes to UIL

Video Production Goes to UIL

Story by: Dominique McClain, Reporter

February 26, 2019

Creek’s Video Production team accomplished a huge achievement when both of their films were entered and accepted into UIL competition. Countless hours of effort worked into the making of these two videos as both teams worked hard to make it happen. Waiting for results, Junior Sydney Johnson explains how she felt...

FFA Cattle Run

FFA Cattle Run

Story by: Marissa Quiroga, Reporter

February 15, 2019

  This year Future Farmers of America (FFA) received the opportunity to showcase their animals and compete at this year’s Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo which will be held February 25 through March 17. Each year a few members of FFA are chosen to entertain the audience before the per...

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