Critical Mass Club to Attend Austin Pride

Critical Mass, a club dedicated to forming a safe space for LGBT students, is attending the Austin Pride Parade on September 30. “Last year we registered a group of about 20 in Critical Mass that went. We had on brightly colored costumes and threw out candy,” Rachael Koske, sponsor of Critical Mass, said. She explained that they had applied to march at the parade late … Continue reading Critical Mass Club to Attend Austin Pride

PALS Welcome New Students

photos by Caroline Crane With approximately 150 new students at Dripping Springs High School, the school has put their efforts into helping the new students adjust and feel like they’re a part of the DSHS community. “The counseling team keeps a close eye on the new students,” Academic Advisor Brooke Johnson said, “and ​the PALS do a great job at organizing a meet and greet … Continue reading PALS Welcome New Students

Cross Country Successfully Braves Brutal Corpus Course

photo by Robbie Lopez On Saturday, Sept. 23, the cross country team ran at their annual Islander Splash meet in Corpus Christi, TX. With a high of 93 degrees and humidity, it was not an easy race for the runners to get through. “I plan to try and give my best efforts,” freshman Kyndal Miethke, a JV freshman runner, said. “I am not likely to … Continue reading Cross Country Successfully Braves Brutal Corpus Course

NHS president shares experience, projects for upcoming year

Broadcast student Clark Dalton sits down with NHS President Mia Haraguchi to inform students about the purpose and future projects associated with the organization. Click here to watch the full interview. NHS President Senior Mia Haraguchi “I’m a senior here at DSHS. I’m involved in track, cross country, Spanish Honors Society, National Honors Society, Student Council, Team Club, Enrich Club, Young Democrats Club, and Sock … Continue reading NHS president shares experience, projects for upcoming year

Clark Dalton talks radio days, teaching, technology with AV Tech/Animation teacher BJ Mercer

Audio/Visual Technology and Animation teacher BJ Mercer sits down with Clark Dalton to reflect on his radio days, listening to Seth Macfarlane voice characters, teaching the talented students at Dripping Springs High School, and working with the best technology. “Radio just kind of happened,” Mercer said. “I was class president and I wanted to do something cool for my class. I went to the radio … Continue reading Clark Dalton talks radio days, teaching, technology with AV Tech/Animation teacher BJ Mercer