Princess bride recap

The Theater Booster Club, a group of parents who help to support the theater department, organized a Princess Bride interactive movie night on Friday evening. “Anyone with an interest to watch the movie could go,” said Rachael Koske, the theater director. “They had goody bags you were able to use throughout the film and a quote along.” The purpose of this night was to support the theater … Continue reading Princess bride recap

Students get involved at DSHS volunteer fair

The annual DSHS Volunteer Fair took place on Tuesday, October 6th in the cafeteria. Several organizations from around Dripping Springs, such as Relay for Life and the Thundering Paws animal shelter, set up booths with sign up sheets and information on how to volunteer. Many students took interest in the volunteer opportunities. “I like to volunteer because I think that doing stuff for the community … Continue reading Students get involved at DSHS volunteer fair

Testing season at DSHS

Testing season has begun once again at Dripping Springs High School. As juniors and seniors are preparing for the inevitable task of college and scholarship applications, they are often faced with the question of SAT versus ACT and how to prepare. “There isn’t one that is better than the other,” Counselor Brooke Johnson said. “It is going to depend on how you test. The format … Continue reading Testing season at DSHS

Dripping Springs lady tiger volleyball defeats Vandegrift

The Dripping Springs Volleyball team pulled out an impressive win against the Vandegrift Vipers. Without having previously playing the Vipers this season, the Tigers had to work even harder to accomplish this goal. “We knew what they were capable of,” said senior Ashley Waggle. However this win did not come as a shock to anyone, as the Lady Tigers were both predicted and expected to … Continue reading Dripping Springs lady tiger volleyball defeats Vandegrift

Mum hypocrisy

The Homecoming Hypocrite, the Mum-mified Maniac, the Dance Deceptionist. These names and many more have befallen upon that of Staff Writer and Online Editor Rylee Matousek after posting an opinion story on the over-emphasis of mums, then showing up to school with not one, but two massive and shining mums. “Homecoming mums are getting too big.” This was the title of the pre-hoco story Rylee … Continue reading Mum hypocrisy

Water on Mars

Recently, a scientific breakthrough was discovered. What a discovery it is that they found water on Mars. This may not seem like a big deal, but if scientist claims are true, and water equals flora and fauna (aka life), then there could have (at some point) been life on Mars. The important element of the discovery was that they found salt water on the surface. … Continue reading Water on Mars

Cirque Du Soleil review

Have you ever been to the circus? As of September 20th, I have! This is no ordinary carnival, however, for I went to the famed Cirque du Soleil. And so can you, until October 8th. Cirque du Soleil is the best productions of live performance I’ve ever seen. The show was absolutely amazing. The lighting, the costumes, the live music, the crazy stunts, the clowns―oh … Continue reading Cirque Du Soleil review