Band is successful, continues to state

The Dripping Springs Tiger Band is looking towards the end of their contest season as they get ready for the area competition. So far, the band has performed at BOA Austin, the Westlake Marching Festival, and the region competition. After receiving ‘1’ ratings in all sections of last Tuesday’s region competition, the Tiger Band will perform at area on Saturday in hopes of advancing to … Continue reading Band is successful, continues to state

DSHS is making movie magic

YouTube, commercials, television, and movies play a big part in our everyday lives. These forms of media are important for entertainment, advertising/informing, or just making you laugh. Where do they come from, you may ask? They are the result of students, just like our own here at DSHS, learning about cinematography and other movie making techniques. “Cinematography, is probably the best storytelling technique there is” … Continue reading DSHS is making movie magic

Be safe on social media

Earlier this year, the Hays County Sheriff’s office started investigating a child pornography case which eventually led to the arrest of a recent Dripping Springs High School graduate who now stands accused of 18 counts of child pornography. While to many this is shocking, the new uprise of technology and social media platforms has created new opportunities for these kind of incidents. Young teenagers often forget … Continue reading Be safe on social media

Back to the future day, a disillusion

In the 1980’s sci-fi classic, Back To The Future, the duo Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) and Dr. Emmett Brown (Christopher Lloyd) travel through time in a modified DeLorean car. They have to go into the future to save Marty’s son. Their former home town, which they visit nearly three decades in the future, has changed a lot. Flying cars, holograms, robot waiters, auto-drying jackets, … Continue reading Back to the future day, a disillusion

Tiger talks to gain support for problem solving

NHS seniors Insiya Aziz and Maria Duster will be hosting two Tiger Talk events this year, one in the fall semester and one in the spring semester. “Tiger Talks is modeled after TED Talks, which are educational talks about various issues affecting our world given by various people around the world,” Maria explained. “We decided to model it after them because we are really inspired by TED … Continue reading Tiger talks to gain support for problem solving

PALS sponsor unity day, stand up against bullying

Dripping Springs High School will be participating in the nation-wide celebration of Unity Day on Wednesday, October 21st. Unity day is a day in which schools across the country will come together and take a stand against bullying. PALs Sponsor, Allyson Wright came across the idea last year. “We were googling what each month stood for and we all knew that breast cancer awareness was … Continue reading PALS sponsor unity day, stand up against bullying