Tiger Cry Editor-in-Chief Wins National Award

The 2017-2018 Tiger Cry yearbook Editor-in-Chief, graduate Catalina Sanchez, won a Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA) honor called the Golden Circle Award for individual achievement in Photo Illustration, taking first placed in the United States for high school publications. The CSPA categories attracted 5309 yearbook and digital media entries submitted in 91 categories. These entries come from publications produced by students at colleges, universities, and … Continue reading Tiger Cry Editor-in-Chief Wins National Award

A Dose of Kindness: Deeper Insight into the PAL program

Kindness. Such a simplistic word that seems to weigh so much. Kindness illustrates something primal, an unheeding force of purity and innocence made clear through actions and gentle wording. Yet, this moral often proves simplistically seen, it can be a quite arduous thing when rampant online bullying, large culture shifts, and bad home lives aggregates the modern culture. Though, as a shining light of kindness, … Continue reading A Dose of Kindness: Deeper Insight into the PAL program

Tiger Daily News 1-30-19

The Meraki is back and open for submissions. The literary magazine is looking for your best poems, short stories, and black pen art. Submissions will run from now through Friday, March 15. Submissions can be done through the QR Code on the flyer. Artwork can be dropped off to B. 208. If you have any questions, see Coach Crain. Go and and support the Dripping … Continue reading Tiger Daily News 1-30-19

Fostering the Female Voice: Freshman with early effect on Young Womens Club

As older generations look back in their high school yearbooks, vivid memories of their teenage years begin to rush to their now wise and nostalgic minds. Flipping from page to page of the old, thick book, they see euphoric and animated pictures, reminding them of a time when they could only dream. A time when they were so passionate about a hobby that nothing else … Continue reading Fostering the Female Voice: Freshman with early effect on Young Womens Club

District Swim Results: 25 move on to Regional Meet

Last Friday, the swim team competed in the district swim meet where the girls team finished 1st and the boys team finished 2nd.  Head Coach Andrea McCarthy was named the district coach of the meet and Captain Steven LaFlamme was named district athlete of the meet. A total of 25 swimmers will move onto the regional meet in College Station. Here are some of the results: 1st … Continue reading District Swim Results: 25 move on to Regional Meet