OPINION: Astrology Might Be a Bad Sign

Although astrology dates back thousands of years, today 70 percent of people read their horoscope and 51 percent of people value it’s advice according to a poll taken by The Conversation. However, it’s been proven that now our astrology signs don’t even match up with the present day alignment of the planets. So why do over half of people in numerous surveys still agree that … Continue reading OPINION: Astrology Might Be a Bad Sign

Tiger Daily News 11-14-18

It’s Global Entrepreneurship Week! It’s time to celebrate innovation, enterprise, leadership, and risk-taking. The DECA Chapter has some fun facts for you to raise awareness.Mark Cuban is the entrepreneur for today. You may already know him as a Shark Tank personality or the owner of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks. He also cofounded Broadcast.com, has stakes in Landmark Theaters, Magnolia Pictures, and AXS TV, and has … Continue reading Tiger Daily News 11-14-18

Q&A: Samantha Moore, Writer

Samantha Moore Artists of DSHS Paw Print Staff Writer Interests: Music and playing bass, writing, and running Inspirations: A lot of my inspiration comes from nature and things that have happened to me. Who are some of your favorite artistic inspirations? Paul McCartney is by far my biggest writing inspiration. He has a very unique style of writing where, in his songs, instead of telling … Continue reading Q&A: Samantha Moore, Writer

OPINION: Try ‘Old’ Medicine

      Holistic healing techniques have been used to treat illness for almost 5000 years. Holistic medicine, also known as complementary and alternative medicine, considers the whole body, including the mind and spirit. This practice, however, doubted, is valid and an incredibly safe and reliable healing method.     Holistic healing started as a form of Traditional Chinese Medicine. This medicine is based on … Continue reading OPINION: Try ‘Old’ Medicine

Swim Team Back in the Pool

photos by Blakely Gibbs, Savannah Karas, Alana Bruni    The swim team had a handful of talented seniors leave last year, providing new opportunities for incoming team members. With spots to fill on the relay teams, especially, the Tigers encounter new challenges in the pool. “The seniors last year were a big part of the team and, so, losing them impacted the team quite a … Continue reading Swim Team Back in the Pool

New Astronomy & AstroScience Club Takes First

The new Astronomy and AstroScience club competed in the Cities in Space competition hosted by STEAMSPACE Education Outreach in conjunction with the annual New Worlds Conference, taking first place in the High School 3d Modeling category. Participants: Audrey Balsdon Evelyn Bristol Paige Cowell Sophia FIsher Amy Green Megan Hitt Connor Lawrence Eduardo Maldonado Gustavo Maldonado David Pieper Spring Salazar Tucker Sawyer Continue reading New Astronomy & AstroScience Club Takes First