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Sridatta Teerdhala

by Angela Tatsch, Reporter May 21, 2021

How do you feel knowing that you’re Valedictorian? “It feels really good knowing that all of your hard work across the past four years came to fruition. When I heard it, I was obviously very,...

Panther Profile

by Samantha Heath March 5, 2021

Floral design students gather greenery from the campus grounds Sept. 17.

Floral Design Class

September 23, 2020

Teens speak up

Teens speak up

by Carrieona Moncure, Reporter May 27, 2020

Vice President of the student council and founder of Black Culture Club senior Tremaine Chappell released the documentary “An Adolescent’s State of Mind” May 22.  “He pours his blood, sweat...

Student projects serve front-line workers, elderly

Student projects serve front-line workers, elderly

by Saifiyah Zaki, Co-Editor-in-Chief April 20, 2020

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, students are repurposing their resources and skills to protect, appreciate and comfort front-line workers as well as those most affected by the pandemic.  Healing...

Freshman Mehreen Syed helps senior Lizzie Mortel tie a headscarf. Mortel wore the hijab along with her friends throughout the day. “I thought that it was very eye-opening and involving,” Mortel said. “I felt like I was a part of a family.”

Unity in diversity

by Riya George and Mustafa Syed February 12, 2020

The Muslim Student Association hosted the annual World Hijab Day event Friday, Feb. 7 in the cafeteria by handing out free headscarves to students. Event organizers want to dispel common misconceptions...

 U.S. history teacher Dean Malabanan writes notes on the Civil War in class Dec. 13. Malabanan balances teaching with pursuing additional education.

Learning for life

by Riya George, Reporter January 30, 2020

As the semester resumes in a blur of assignments, one teacher has double the workload. Dean Malabanan balances both teaching U.S. history and working toward a Masters of Liberal Studies from Southern Methodist...

Furry friends

by Joelle Tindal, Reporter December 21, 2019

The IB World School received two new pets over the summer, courtesy of IB coordinator Karen Stanton: “Teddy” Slimfire and “Gus” Brick C. Port. The rats’ unconventional last names come from acronyms...

Senior Grant Wilcox poses in Oklahoma State University gear.

Racing to success

by Jad Baajour , Sports Editor December 5, 2019

Senior Grant Wilcox committed to a Division I college for cross-country on Oct. 21 after receiving an athletic scholarship from Oklahoma State University. “His goal has been to run at a Division I...

Junior Max Mosely works on an art project during B lunch Oct. 10. He recreated a photo of individually wrapped candies using Prismacolor colored pencils.

Openly transgender student faces issues with identity, policy

by Myh Seyoum, Reporter December 4, 2019

Mid-last year, junior Max Mosely came out to his friends as genderfluid. He questioned his gender prior to coming out but wasn’t sure of exactly how he identified. He says it helped him emotionally to...

Freshman Maryam Ahmed writes a poem in the library during lunch Nov. 14.

Freshman published author reflects on writing progress

by Saifiyah Zaki, Co-Editor-in-Chief November 15, 2019

Four open notebooks sprawl across a long desk, circling around a laptop open to a fresh new document. Freshman Maryam Ahmed faces the scattered ideas, her mind racing while the computer cursor blinks slowly....

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