Author: mydshs

  • The APES Investment

    AP Environmental science, commonly known as APES, is a college level science class available for juniors and seniors, taught by Mrs. Jamie Biel, designed to be a combination of multiple courses that target current environmental controversies. According to peer tutor and previous student in the class, Ashtyn Bode, APES is an intensive, yet informative course. […]

  • Summer Stock around the clock

      As soon as the curtains open in the theatre, boys and girls are living out the lives of their characters, and they don’t stop until those curtains close again at the end. Dripping Springs junior, Connor Bailey, got to take part in that, night after night, during this past summer for Summer Stock Austin […]

  • Stupid Things that People Say

    Day in and day out, people never disappoint to say stupid things to me and make me question their intelligence. Some are daily, some are situational, but if you know you say these things, try not to say them. At least not to me. And for the people who are annoyed from these things and […]

  • The Walking Dead Universe Update

    Late October is approaching ever so slowly, and with that, we get additions to our favorite series in The Walking Dead universe. Keep in mind, there are so many spoilers ahead, and Fear the Walking Dead will not be talked about as the second half of season two has already begun. You’ve been warned. In AMC’s […]

  • Unlimited Fun at ACL Fest

    Live music: the all-time Austin attraction. With the exciting combination of popular bands, great food, and lots of people, Austin City Limits Music Festival is coming up quickly and DSHS is ready! Each year, ACL has many big-name bands and artists that attend and perform live on eight stages, active from 11 a.m.-10 p.m. each […]

  • Introducing Tiger Wave

    The broadcast journalism class will produce a weekly podcast that has hopes to also play on the ROAR radio station AM 1690. Click the Tiger Wave logo above to follow the link for daily news, sports scores, and features on The Big Short and video gaming.

  • The Spotlight on DSHS Theatre

      The DSHS theatre department has high hopes this year, beginning with their first production, Noises Off. Theater director Rachel Koske is looking forward to this classic comedy that the team has wanted to do for a long time.   “Noises Off will be the department’s big, hilarious jumpstart to this year’s lineup of productions, […]

  • Holms finds new home halfway across the world

    Bangkok streets buzzing. Phuket crystal clear beaches. Thailand. Most upcoming seniors either spend their summer working or visiting prospective colleges, but Kamrie Holms, on the other hand, got the chance to spend two amazing weeks halfway across the world. “It’s one of those places that you see on television and never really imagine going there,” […]

  • Cross Country teams win opener

    The varsity cross country teams dominated as hosts of the Dripping Springs XC Invite where both the girls and boys took first place in muddy conditions at Ranch Park. Senior Zach Kovar took first place with a time of 17:29.2 for the boys, followed closely by sophomore Carson Aguilar at 17:36.9. The Tigers took first […]