*originally appearing in satirical April 1 edition A Tik Tok outbreak is upon us and parents around the globe are questioning the app’s ulterior motives. Is this newfound preteen-dominated app really just for laughs? Or is it tapping into our adolescence’s brains using subliminal messages? Parents are speculating. Here’s the scoop on why parents believe Satan has a hand in this trendy “innocent” app. To … Continue reading Parents Take a Stand: Is TikTok a Satanic Hoax?
*originally appearing in satirical April 1 edition April is a month for, like realizing things. So here’s your monthly horoscope, tailored to you from the stars themselves. Aries: You feel trapped in this high school. Maybe it’s that they ran out of paninis freshman year, or that you missed the last pep-rally; either way, it’s time for a change. Since mercury is around, and Jupiter … Continue reading Horoscopes in Retrograde: April Predictions Take Out Everyone
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That’s right, our cherished and beloved nerf war tradition has been put to a stop this year, and most likely perpetually. Students are filled with confusion, anger, sadness, and loss, but the question we’re all asking is “why?” After multiple extensive interviews, I’m here to report on what the reasoning behind this tradition’s halt truly is. Throughout this year, we’ve all heard the rumors that … Continue reading Administration Eliminates Nerf War
Each year our school gives us a single week off in the month of March, and with such limited time, it would be a shame to waste it on nothing. Here are a couple ideas to help make your spring break worthwhile. Go see local bands in concert. Who doesn’t love exploring new music? Tickets are cheap, local bands are smaller and usually at a … Continue reading 5 Ways to Make Your Spring Break Great
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On Saturday, 49 choir students represented Dripping Springs High School Choir at UIL Solo and Ensemble Competition held at McCallum High School. Students were asked to learn a solo or ensemble piece of varying difficulty levels, memorize this piece, then perform for a judge to receive a rating. In total, there were 26 soloist Superior Ratings out of 36 solo entries, and 3 ensemble Superior Ratings … Continue reading Choir Out-Sings Contestants at UIL Competition