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

Tiger Daily News

The Spanish Honor Society will be selling “pulseras” in the cafeteria during lunch. These colorful handmade bracelets are only $5 and make great gifts and stocking-stuffers. Every dollar goes to support fair-trade jobs in countries where there is little economic opportunity. The proceeds also support scholarships, micro-loans, youth shelters, and community improvement in Nicaragua, Guatemala, and Uganda. The Domestic Violence/Abuse Advisory Board will be accepting … Continue reading Tiger Daily News

Creative writing poems inspire classes

Last Friday, the collaboration between numerous classes in producing work inspired by original poems came together in a showcase at the auditorium, culminating with dance interpretations. The creative writing class produced poetry that went on to influence students in Photography, Art, Theater, Spanish, and Dance. The pieces all came together in a gallery walk.   Continue reading Creative writing poems inspire classes

Thespian Festival Results

This weekend Rachel Koske’s theater students attended the TX State Thespian Festival in Dallas. This was the first year that every student attending was competing in at least one event in either the National Individual Events categories or the Texas Thespians Challenges. Nathan Dahill and Logan Dundon – Finalists; National Qualifiers; Superior Rating DUET ACTING Natalie L’Amoreaux – National Qualifier; Superior Rating MONOLOGUE Brynn Brewer … Continue reading Thespian Festival Results

Speech and Debate continue success

The following students were selected to compete at the Capitol Congressional Debate competition at the Texas State Capitol on December 1 – Max Bibeau, Kaitlyn Burk, Dylan Farr, Campbell Melton, Mason Mohon and Griffin Smith. The students competed with 120 students from across the state of Texas.  Sophomore Max Bibeau advanced to the top parliamentary chamber (top 20 students) and was recognized as a finalist … Continue reading Speech and Debate continue success