Here Once and Back Again: Katy Eyberg’s Unique View On Coming Back to DSHS

When Katy Eyberg stepped across the threshold of the high school for what must have been the thousandth time, she felt that everything was the same. The walls were the same eggshell color as before and there were many teachers who clearly recognized her and welcomed her return. But the moment she stepped inside that class, faced with twenty-some expectant students, she knew that nothing … Continue reading Here Once and Back Again: Katy Eyberg’s Unique View On Coming Back to DSHS

Serenity Self-Care Club Starts Mural to Promote Student Mental Health

High school consists of a lot of studying, testing, homework, and extracurriculars, it has been proven that all these factors can put a number on a students mental health. “My club’s name is Serenity Self-Care Club and we’re all about spreading awareness on mental health and self-care and the importance of taking care of your mental health is just as important as taking care of … Continue reading Serenity Self-Care Club Starts Mural to Promote Student Mental Health

Fresh Off the Runway: How Tik Tok Fame Effects Local Teens

A grandchild; one that picks up this ancient piece of technology with a half bitten apple on the back; it was their grandparents. They begin to scroll through dozens of videos. One has them singing a song about being “fresh off the runway,” while another they look worried about hitting or missing. There are these chunky white Filas shoes and a blond lady sipping a … Continue reading Fresh Off the Runway: How Tik Tok Fame Effects Local Teens

The Artists DSHS Believes Are on The Come Up

Still Woozy: The funky, alternative artist alias Still Woozy is actually a solo artist named Sven Gamsky. The unique and fun sound Still Woozy is providing for their listeners is what seems to make DSHS think this artist is on the come-up.  Lil TJay:  This rapper has caught the ears of many DSHS students with his catchy verses and unique beats. Building himself from SoundCloud … Continue reading The Artists DSHS Believes Are on The Come Up

An Inside Look Into Team Tennis, Postseason Goals

78 feet of green means something entirely different when it comes to this sport, whether its doubles or singles tennis is swinging into action. This season has been nothing short of a winning season as the Tiger varsity tennis teams sweeps competitions and wins district undefeated, looking to make a long postseason run.  “I think we have a really strong team this year. I mean … Continue reading An Inside Look Into Team Tennis, Postseason Goals

Q&A With Kyler Myers, Senior Cross Country Runner

What he enjoys about cross country: “That I enjoy running cross country because it has a sense of family that comes from such a huge group of people that get along with each other and it’s just really fun to be a part of its culture.”    How cross country impacted him: “It’s definitely changed my view of life because of the endurance needed which calls … Continue reading Q&A With Kyler Myers, Senior Cross Country Runner

Weekly Events 11/4

Monday-11/04 (A-Day Schedule)Video Production Club – Room C103 – 8:00 amBand @ UIL 5A State Marching Contest – Alamo Dome, San Antonio, TX – Prelim- 9:15 amGolf (Boys Gold) – Yaupon (Lake Travis) – All DayFFA Ag Booster Meeting – Lecture Hall – 7:00 pm Tuesday-11/05 (B-Day Schedule)Video Production Club – Room C103 – 8:00 amNational Honor Society Meeting – Lecture Hall – 8:15 amYouth … Continue reading Weekly Events 11/4

Hard Work Pays Off: Senior Cailey England Attends Under-18 Women’s National Team Identification Camp

It’s 4pm on a Monday afternoon. You’ve been home for about an hour, finished up some homework, and now you’re getting ready to take a nap before you have to leave for practice. Your phone rings next to you, buzzing on the sheets; your coach is calling. 14 years of hard work paid off. Senior Cailey England started playing soccer at age 3 on community … Continue reading Hard Work Pays Off: Senior Cailey England Attends Under-18 Women’s National Team Identification Camp

The In’s And Out’s of the Tempest: Q&A With Cast and Crew

“What genre would you say this play falls under?” “I would say sort of like fantastical, with elements of magic and such. It’s also, at its core, just a story about forgiveness and love.” -Austin Harper, cast “A little bit of everything! You’ve got the romance, you’ve got the drama, you’ve got comedy, and you’ve got the sort of vengeful, Shakespeare feel.” -Caroline Sprague, crew … Continue reading The In’s And Out’s of the Tempest: Q&A With Cast and Crew