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A(riana) Grande Lawsuit

A(riana) Grande Lawsuit

Story by: Willow Copeland-Vallejo, Feature and Opinion Editor

September 18, 2019

Forever 21 faces a $10 million lawsuit from singer Ariana Grande. The retailer, valued at roughly $6.1 billion, faced backlash after a copyright scandal involving a post on their Instagram.    Forever 21 attempted an endorsement deal with Grande in late 2018 but she and her team "explicitly decline...

Whata-Deal!

Whata-Deal!

Story by: Emma O'Dell, Reporter

September 18, 2019

  Recently, the Texas made fast food chain, Whataburger has transferred its ownership to a Chicago investment firm.    The news broke on July 14th when multiple sources released inside intel that the CEO of Whataburger, Preston Atkinson, wanted to expand the restaurant's locations around t...

What’s Wrong Hong Kong?

What’s Wrong Hong Kong?

Story by: Willow Copeland-Vallejo, Feature and Opinion Editor

September 12, 2019

For the past six months, Hong Kong government officials have faced mass protests and violent clashes with police across the region. These protests come following the proposal of a new extradition bill.   The bill, The Fugitive Offenders and Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Legislation ...

What’s Going On in the Amazon?

What’s Going On in the Amazon?

Story by: Kirsten Hill, Reporter

September 4, 2019

The Amazon rainforest, located in central Brazil and various other South American countries, has had a plague of fire for the past three weeks. The Amazon rainforest currently houses the most diverse ecosystem in the world, with ten percent of the world’s species and a million indegionous peoples. ...

The Flint Water Crisis in 2019

The Flint Water Crisis in 2019

Story by: Sienna Wight, Editor-in-Chief

September 4, 2019

What began in April of  2014 as a way to cut down city spending morphed into city-wide health crisis that continues to plague the citizens of Flint over five years later.    Flint, Michigan switched their water supply source to Karegnondi Water Authority from the Detroit Water and Sewage...

Suspicious Suicide

Suspicious Suicide

Story by: Vincent Ruggiero, News Editor

September 3, 2019

Former financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein died in an alleged suicide on August 10th. The money manager was accused of bringing dozens of underage girls to his home and sexually abusing them.   In July, Epstein was arrested in New Jersey and charged with sex trafficking, in co...

A Year After Parkland

A Year After Parkland

Story by: Chloe O'Dell, Reporter

February 19, 2019

On Valentine’s Day 2018, a 19-year-old ex-student took an Uber to his old high school; he walked across the campus and into a three-story building, where he killed 17 people and injured 17 more. The school’s students rallied more than half a million people to Washington, D.C., for the March for Our Liv...

Cy Fair Dinner Program

Cy Fair Dinner Program

Story by: Mekenna Earnhart, Reporter

February 11, 2019

Cy Creek is holding the new Cy Fair Power Up Cafe for those students putting in the extra hours after school for tutorials, practice, or just students looking for a fresh meal after school. Free dinner will be provided starting on February 11 every Monday through Thursday from 3:15 to 4:30. All st...

The Imperative Narrative

The Imperative Narrative

Story by: Vincent Ruggiero, Reporter

February 6, 2019

  Viral footage of white Catholic students clashing with a Native American man after the video swept across the internet over the weekend. Initially, what happened appeared clear-cut: Young boys, mocking a peaceful Native American elder. The boys had critics early on, however many defenders step...

AP/DC Pep Rally

AP/DC Pep Rally

Story by: Emma Jessen, Reporter

February 6, 2019

The first AP/DC pep rally took place at Creek on Wednesday, January 30th. The pep rally, exclusive to sophomores, was created to encourage Cougars to sign up for AP and DC classes next year and start getting ahead for college. AP and DC classes are rigorous and fast paced that allow students to earn...

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