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Can’t stop, won’t stop

Can’t stop, won’t stop

Story by: Ethan Moehle, Assistant Sports Editor

February 20, 2018

On Thursday, February 15 the lady cougars took on Fort Bend Travis in the second round of the girls basketball UIL state playoffs for the area title. The Cougars started the game hot and finished the first quarter with huge 18 point lead, 27-9.  Our Lady Cougars continued their dominance allowin...

HQ Trivia App

HQ Trivia App

Story by: Ryan Seldin, Reporter

February 20, 2018

HQ Trivia is a free mobile app, live trivia game that airs daily at 8pm CST and 2pm CST on weekdays.The game draws attention because it gives out lots of real money to the winners. In order to win the cash, players must answer all 12 questions correctly within the short amount of time given to think o...

Another day, another dub

Another day, another dub

Story by: Ethan Moehle, Assistant Sports Editor

February 13, 2018

On Monday, February 12 the Lady Cougars took on the Lamar Texans in the first round of the UIL Women's State Basketball Playoffs. The Lady Cougars took an early lead with 7-5. At the end of the first quarter, they led 16-9. To cap off a 17-3 run in the second quarter, the Lady Cougars led 33-12. Lamar ...

A new girl on campus

A new girl on campus

Story by: Paloma de la Riva, Opinion Editor

February 13, 2018

There’s a  new girl on campus, and she walks on all four legs. A labrador retriever, Graceland, runs the school since junior, Hailey Shaw, took on the challenge of training her as a service dog for the blind. As part of her 14-18 month training, Graceland will follow and attend classes with Sh...

Officially Official

Officially Official

Story by: Kai Fortner, Feature Editor

February 13, 2018

Tears shed, high fives exchanged and cameras flashed as nine seniors signed the official document taking them to the next level. On February 7, seniors across the nation took part in National Signing Day pursing their athletic dreams. Most high school athletes have dreamt of making it to the...

North Korea’s System Explained

North Korea’s System Explained

Story by: Anthony Casas, Reporter

February 12, 2018

When most Americans think of North Korea’s economy, they think of a Soviet-Style Socialist system. However, North Korea isn’t exactly a Communist nation. In fact, it has its own personalized variation: Juche.   The concept of Juche was developed in the early days of the DPRK (North Ko...

Our favorite Super Bowl Party food

Our favorite Super Bowl Party food

Story by: Chloe Crawford, Managing Editor

February 2, 2018

The history of Groundhog Day

The history of Groundhog Day

Story by: Paloma de la Riva, Opinion Editor

February 2, 2018

The first Groundhog Day celebration took place in Punxsutawney, Philadelphia on February 2. Every year since then, thousands of people gather to watch whether Phil, the famous groundhog, sees his shadow which determines if we will have six more weeks of winter or if spring is arriving. The background...

Peril in Palestine

Peril in Palestine

Story by: Anthony Casas, Reporter

February 1, 2018

Following World War II, the British government gave occupied territory in the Middle East to European Jewish people. While this idea seemed humanitarian at first, most did not know this was already inhabited by a group of people: the Palestinians, an Arab ethnicity that is predominantly Islamic. Since...

Oscars nominations announced

Oscars nominations announced

Story by: Samuel Stuchbery, Entertainment Editor

February 1, 2018

With the 90th annual Oscars approaching, Tiffany Haddish and Andy Serkis announced the nominees Tuesday morning. Leading the competition with thirteen nominations is Guillermo del Toro’s “The Shape of Water” which previously received awards from the Golden Globes and the Critics Choice Awards. ...

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