Tell Me Something Good: December Edition

Paw Print Alumni: Liana Solis Liana Solis wrote for the Paw Print and graduated from DSHS in 2012. Solis’s experience in the journalism field that she gained at DSHS helped get her a head start and grow her resume. She went on to get her Communications degree from Texas Tech. While there she was a featured writer and editor for the El Toreador newspaper for … Continue reading Tell Me Something Good: December Edition

Rising Artist: Jean Dawson

Jean Dawson is an alternative artist from San Diego that has a very unique sound. He can’t really be boxed into any certain genre, as he tends to experiment with different styles on each song. Dawson released his freshman album Bad Sports in 2019, which featured songs such as Napster and 90’s Green Screen. Since then, he has released five singles and his sophomore album, … Continue reading Rising Artist: Jean Dawson

DEMO is Here: Into The Group Livestreaming Sports

Want to watch the game but don’t want to leave your house? The Dripping Entertainment Media Organization (DEMO) has got your back!  DEMO is a live streaming service that provides a safe way for parents and students to enjoy our school’s sports from anywhere.  “The goal of DEMO is to provide live entertainment to the parents and spectators of the Dripping Springs community,” Safety and … Continue reading DEMO is Here: Into The Group Livestreaming Sports

Battle of Services: Apple Music vs. Spotify

For the past couple of years, the debate of which music streaming service is better has taken over social media. For some background information, Spotify has been up and running since 2006, while Apple Music started in 2015. These two streaming services have been the two most popular services for a while now, and are the cause of a lot of debate. To preface, I … Continue reading Battle of Services: Apple Music vs. Spotify

Netflix November: New Releases This Month

Christmas Break-in, Nov. 1 9-year-old Izzy is stuck in school on the last day before Christmas break. When two bad-guys kidnap the janitor, it is up to Izzy to save the day. The Garfield Show (Season 3), Nov. 1  More animated adventures with everyone’s favorite lasagna loving cat. Elliot The Littlest Reindeer, Nov. 1  Holiday film where Blitzen announces his retirement. Prospect, Nov. 2  A … Continue reading Netflix November: New Releases This Month

Tell Me Something Good: November Issue

Irene (Varsity Cheer): Irene is an 8 year old girl at Walnut Springs Elementary. She has Williams syndrome which is a rare genetic condition that has cognitive disabilities, cardiovascular issues, learning disabilities, hearing and visual issues and a very outgoing personality. She was nominated to be a CC4C kid. CC4C is a nonprofit organization that supports children with rare undiagnosed conditions. Irene’s sponsor is the … Continue reading Tell Me Something Good: November Issue

How Tik Tok Ruined My Attention Span

Over the past three years, Tik Tok has become one of the most used social media platforms for teens. If you didn’t know already, Tik Tok is a social media app that shares short videos made by other people your age that are around 15 to 60 seconds long. I’ve had the app since October 2018, and there have been a lot of changes in … Continue reading How Tik Tok Ruined My Attention Span