My Fair Lady

Coming to the Dripping Springs High School Theater on January 26, is the musical classic, My Fair Lady. “I think it’ll be a stunning production. With a stunning team, it will be magnificent. It’s a high school production of professional caliber,” said male lead, junior Connor Bailey. “We were looking for a big show that is appropriate and appealing for all age groups and that … Continue reading My Fair Lady

Through the Eyes of a Teacher

Sitting in a room artfully decorated with fall accessories as well as ever-prominent A&M gear, Yvonne Kaatz scribbles away, grading quiz after quiz. Her hair is perfectly done, her dress is wrinkle free, and her attitude is both humble and regal. Each of these small details shows something about her though, she is careful and calculated but kind and open as well. Mrs. Kaatz has … Continue reading Through the Eyes of a Teacher

My Materialist Self

As junior in high school, I am well aware of what if feels like to think that you absolutely can’t live without something, and like many others, I have fallen into the traps of materialism. Materialism is a way of thinking that gives too much importance to material possessions rather than to spiritual or intellectual things. Millions of Americans can argue that objects contain sentimental … Continue reading My Materialist Self

Body Positivity and How it Affects Relationships

Recently, I’ve started wondering what people look at when they are interested in someone. Whether it’s based solely on outer beauty, solely on inner beauty, or those two things, they have an equal effect on relationships. So, I went first hand into what people truly think about when they are “talking”. I interviewed two boys and two girls on what they looked at. Junior Ravelle … Continue reading Body Positivity and How it Affects Relationships

JV football season, outlook only positive

Photo by Caroline Crane Dripping Springs JV A&B football teams played separately and together this season.  JV A or Maroon won district with an overall record of  8-1-1, 6-1 in district. The JVB or Gold team played four games independently, going 0-4 before combining with Maroon. “For JV B I think we could’ve done a lot better in execution of our plays,” sophomore Joshua McMullen … Continue reading JV football season, outlook only positive

Thespians return from immersive festival

The DSHS Thespian Troupe 6261 got back from Dallas for the Texas State Thespian Festival over the weekend after three days of theatrical competitions, workshops, and performances. The Texas State Thespian Festival put on by the International Thespian Society (ITS) was in Dallas, Texas at the Omni Hotel for the third and final year in a row and hosted a gathering of over 7,000 high … Continue reading Thespians return from immersive festival

Opinion: Meditate stress away

As we roll into the holiday season, the air in the hallways fills with anxiety, students are visibly nervous about the upcoming finals as well as excited for the well earned break. The fact that it’s November and students are already stressed about tests a month away is a warning sign. Dripping Springs High School is immensely competitive, and students compete all semester for a … Continue reading Opinion: Meditate stress away