By Evelyn Peterson, Staff Writer Before Prom: Alice Massara is a foreign exchange student from Italy. She has never been to a prom because prom is an American tradition. Alice Massara tells me what she expects from prom and after the fact she told me the events of her night and whether or not her opinion changed about prom. “I am really excited to go … Continue reading Prom From a Foreign Perspective
Prom, a high school tradition that has been going on for generations and a highly idealized social event for upperclassmen. With the increasing appearance and allure of prom at Dripping Springs High School, there is impact on the underclassmen, specifically their opinions on prom. The media today is highly influential on teenagers, whether it is representation in movies or from Instagram influencers, the media … Continue reading Underclassmen Already Feel Pressure to Live Up to Prom Expectations
Alcohol and drugs have always had an appeal towards younger audiences, because of the effects that they provide to the user and the culture of teenage rebellion; however, on a night like prom night, where everything is seemingly a blur, even without alcohol, things can take a turn for the worse if you do drink; it all depends on what you do to prevent the … Continue reading Prom & Alcohol: Does it Mix?
Read the last edition of the Paw Print student newspaper at Issuu.com or on your Issuu app. Pick up a hard copy outside room B210, in front of the library or the attendance office. Continue reading The Paw Print – May 2019
This year, senior students have received the privilege to go off campus for lunch. For seniors, this has been a very exciting experience and many underclassmen look forward to being able to participate. However, as seniors return at the end of their lunch, ready to park, they realize their spots are taken by underclassmen that moved their cars. For some students, this can be frustrating, … Continue reading Editorial: Parking in Style