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College applications during pandemic

by Haris Kalam, Reporter December 16, 2020

College application season has arrived; the time of the year filled with thousands of stressed kids embarking on the journey of taking the step from high school to college. Typically, during the college...

Junior Montserrat Barbosa learns how to take photos with varying angles during 3rd period, Sept. 17.

Outdoor learning takes place as students return to campus

September 23, 2020

Students returned to campus Sept. 9 in a hybrid model, rotating synchronous and asynchronous days. By the second week with in person students, classes took the opportunity to learn outdoors. This allowed...

Math Club places fourth internationally in online competition

Math Club places fourth internationally in online competition

by Akie Kasai, Reporter May 13, 2020

The Math Club placed fourth in an international online math competition on May 4. Despite online schooling, the club continues to meet digitally and participates in online competitions to continue refining...

Coronavirus: pandemic or political tool

Coronavirus: pandemic or political tool

by Elena Hamlin, Video Editor April 17, 2020

As COVID-19 entered the United States, it largely entered the world of politics as well. Politicians’ responses to the virus imitated their political views and were analyzed and judged by the public...

Grace over grades

Grace over grades

by Makayla Herron, Copy and Online Editor April 10, 2020

After announcing that schools would remain closed through May 1, Superintendent Sara Bonser gave further details regarding Phase III of the district’s remote learning plan following a video conference...

Prideful Pair: Plano ISD students view artwork at the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Tribute Event  Thursday, Jan. 23. The event celebrated the school district's diversity by honoring students' creative talents.

Two students place in art contest honoring Martin Luther King Jr.

by Makayla Herron, Copy and Online Editor January 23, 2020

Plano ISD’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. tribute art contest took place Thursday, Jan. 23 and displayed juniors Omar Uzun and Tristan Talkington’s artworks at Williams High School from 6:30 to 8:15...

Signs and Skyline

Citizens demand climate justice

by Joelle Tindal , Reporter September 27, 2019

As part of a global climate strike on Sept. 20, roughly 500 protestors gathered on the Continental Avenue Bridge in Dallas between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Several speakers, including representatives from organizations...

Top Class

Top Class

by Mahi Patel, Advertising Manager May 22, 2019

One might think in order to be valedictorian they must sacrifice every aspect of their life and constantly have their nose in a book. However, valedictorian of the senior class of 2019, Alex Lin, exemplifies...

Fishy Emails

Fishy Emails

by Aysia Lane, Reporter May 16, 2019

Students and faculty have received numerous phishing emails, prompting them to give away their login information from an unknown source. Phishing emails are a type of social engineering attack used to...

Sandy Lake: One Last Ride

Sandy Lake: One Last Ride

by Luke Miller, Reporter November 22, 2018

Sandy Lake, an amusement park known locally as a place to picnic, go on rides and listen to live music, has closed its doors. The Rush family, who kept the place running for over 48 years, sold the Carrollton...

ID Badges Implemented in New Wave of Security Measures

ID Badges Implemented in New Wave of Security Measures

by Abby Blasingame, Editor-in-Chief August 31, 2018

All students and staff are required to wear an ID badge, clearly visible on a lanyard, while on campus and using school transportation as of Thursday, Aug. 30. The badges are the first step in a number...

Junior Priscilla Tran enjoying boba tea and friends.

Rain or Shine

by Briana Lao, Co-Editor in Chief of Content May 6, 2018

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