Student Discovers Underground Artist Barack Obama: Not One Single Soul Has Heard This Man

*originally appearing in satirical April 1 edition Barack Obama. A name that, despite being vaguely familiar in the political scene, is virtually unknown in the realm of music. A name that, overall, means absolutely nothing to the world’s population –  save for the singular local student who discovered him and his meaningful works.  “I truly do believe that I am the only person who has … Continue reading Student Discovers Underground Artist Barack Obama: Not One Single Soul Has Heard This Man

Let Them Drink Iced Coffee: Self-Care Terrorism, French Revolution of 2020 America Exposed

*originally appearing in satirical April 1 edition “BRATATATATATATATAT.” The sound of rapid-fire words pound against the heads of the students as they find themselves the targets of a self-love terrorist campaign.   Over the past few months, the Serenity club has become synonymous with terror in the high school, committing many acts that have been condemned by the Bureau of Counterterrorism in the State Department. It … Continue reading Let Them Drink Iced Coffee: Self-Care Terrorism, French Revolution of 2020 America Exposed

Jobs in Drip: Student Perspectives on Their Local Workplaces

Carson Reed: Q: Where do you work? A: “Ledgestone Senior Living.” Q: What’s it like working there? A: “It’s pretty fun you get to interact with a lot of the elderly people they have a lot of stories to tell you. I’m a server there, so I work there in the evenings during dinner time so they’re very talkative at that time.” Q: Do you … Continue reading Jobs in Drip: Student Perspectives on Their Local Workplaces

Inside Project Graduation: What It Is, What to Know

With graduation quickly approaching, seniors are preparing their own graduation celebrations and family-filled events. But in the midst of all of this planning, the school is planning its own graduation party, known as Project Graduation. “Graduation is a time for celebration and lasting memories,” Tina Wheaton, Project Graduation coordinator, said. “Unfortunately, graduation night is statistically the deadliest driving night nationwide for high school seniors. For … Continue reading Inside Project Graduation: What It Is, What to Know

College Applications? Try College Auditions

From the outside, the Palmer House Hotel in downtown Chicago looks like it does every week of the year: grand, elegant, and overwhelmingly calm. However, on the first weekend of February each year, it’s anything but. The guests residing here during this week double as a group that most people would normally dread, full of individuals who can’t stop singing, won’t stop dancing, and who … Continue reading College Applications? Try College Auditions

Q&A With ACC Adjunct Government Professor Blake Farrar

Q: So how long have you been teaching at high schools? A: “So I’ve been teaching at ACC for a little over 10 years now, I probably taught at my first high school seven years ago. But I’ve been teaching here in Dripping Springs it’s my third consecutive year.” Q: Why did you decide to start teaching at high schools? A: “The thing about ACC … Continue reading Q&A With ACC Adjunct Government Professor Blake Farrar