Intro to Journalism students have taken to campus to find out quick stories from students and teachers in the style of Humans of New York. “Soccer is great, I’m working with the varsity girls. The upperclassmen are amazing, they are leading, and constantly silently pushing me. But it can be scary because people are judging you all the time. If you make a mistake you … Continue reading Humans of New York: Samantha Rivers
Hat Creek Burger Co. is a family friendly restaurant located in Belterra Village, a new outdoor area with a plethora of restaurants, a couple of stores, and even a movie theater. When it comes to Dripping Springs High Schools off campus lunch, this area is a hotspot considering it’s convenient location and wide variety of options. I’ve tried out quite a few of the restaurants … Continue reading Student Review: Hat Creek Burger Co.
This Friday, the white out pep rally took place in the competition gym. This year, stage lights lit up the gym as the cheerleaders and high-steppers performed their dance routines. The pep rally was also run by new speakers, senior Andrew Spiegel and senior Rigley Willis. Photos by Cole Ary Continue reading Sights and Sounds: White Out Pep Rally
See the original article here This year at DSISD varsity home football games, a clear bag policy will go into effect in order to increase security of students and patrons. Bag size will be limited and all bags are subject to search upon entry. Patrons with non-conforming bags will be asked to return them to their cars. Bags allowed in DSISD Tiger Stadium are: · Clear … Continue reading Clear Bag Policy Will Go Into Effect
Everyone knows that the summer is the time to go to the beach, but where should you go? Spring Lake on the Jersey Shore is one great option for anyone who loves a traditional beach town with tons of Victorian homes. The beach itself was very well kept with beach volleyball courts showing up frequently along the sand. The waves are a decent size, however … Continue reading Hit the Beach at Spring Lake
During the summer, everyone is looking for places to hang out and swim. Living in the Austin area is great because of the many available swimming holes, but they tend to fill up with people fast. That is why I love Reimers Ranch. It is hidden off of Hamilton Pool Road, and not very well known. Reimers Ranch itself is a Travis County Park with … Continue reading Find Peace and Quiet At Reimers Ranch
The United States had 61 National Parks, along with a slew of national forests and monuments, federally protected land, and state parks. The vast majority of these parks resides in the Southwest. Places like Canyonlands, the Grand Canyon, and Bryce Canyon all make up the Arizona/Utah section filled with national parks. Zion National Park is a wide canyon with massive sandstone walls of pink, white, … Continue reading How to Work Zion National Park