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Product production isn’t all it seems

Product production isn’t all it seems

by Fatima Malik, Reporter

October 18, 2019

Walking down aisles in stores ranging from Sephora® to Walmart, products are full of different labels to convince you of the benefits of selecting their product—“natural,” “organic,” “fragrance-free” and “non-comedogenic”—but these claims aren’t always true. These labels don’t ...

Keeping up with Trumpdashians

Keeping up with Trumpdashians

by Andrew Cox, Advertising & PR Manager

October 9, 2019

The White House recently lost another performer in its circus—John Bolton, the now ex-national security advisor, is the latest victim of President Stable Genius’ Twitter account, “fired” via tweet after offering to resign earlier. Bolton was and is a warmonger responsible for some of the mor...

College is overrated

College is overrated

by Akie Kasai, Reporter

October 9, 2019

It’s that time of year again: college application season. To some, college can represent freedom and independence. To others, it poses a financial challenge to lower-income families. After high school, students should look toward post-secondary education, but that doesn’t necessarily mean going to a fou...

Artist’s adieu

Artist’s adieu

by Saifiyah Zaki, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 2, 2019

After seven years of teaching at the school, AP drawing and IB visual arts teacher Andrea Weide spent her last day on campus Tuesday, Oct. 1 before moving to Seattle, Wash. for her husband’s job.  “I’m going to miss the community here [and] the relationships I have with my students,” W...

Plano East vs. Prosper High

Plano East vs. Prosper High

by Ethan Johnson, Sports Reporter

September 30, 2019

Before the Sept. 27 game, SportsDayHS projected Plano East to lose to Prosper High School by 30 points, but when the clock read 0:00, the score was 42-0 Prosper.  Prosper came out hot, scoring a short passing touchdown on their first drive. The game was a defensive battle until halftime, with neither ...

Citizens demand climate justice

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 such as Veterans for Peace and the Environmental Justice Committee, rallied the crowd be...

Posters promote discriminating dress code

Posters promote discriminating dress code

by Makayla Herron, Copy Editor

September 18, 2019

A bright pink poster with a jagged magazine cut-out of a woman wearing a white, low-cut and see-through blouse accompanies another picture of a girl wearing a modest, striped shirt. While the white blouse receives a caption indicating the consequences for wearing similar clothes to school, the striped ...

NHS changes policies

NHS changes policies

by Gracie Warhurst, Co-Editor-in-Chief

September 17, 2019

Following last year’s digitization of NHS, the officers and sponsors want to continue the check-in changes as well as improve upon the logistics of the club to become a more legitimate chapter of the national organization. Instead of using a location tracker on a shortened link for members to check-i...

Lock Talk: Episode 2

by Jad Baajour, Sports Editor

September 16, 2019

Bigger than football

Bigger than football

by Jad Baajour, Sports Editor

September 13, 2019

Following his cardiac arrest that occurred on Aug. 16, Assistant Football Coach Tom Rapp returned to both teaching and coaching on Aug. 20 while continuing his recovery process. Rapp is entering his 44th year of teaching economics and coaching football as they have both become a major part of his lif...

Alexander in action

Alexander in action

by Gracie Warhurst, Co-Editor-in-Chief

September 6, 2019

As the new school year commences, bringing 37 new teachers with it, Kristy Alexander has taken on new responsibilities as an American Studies and Senate teacher, as well as one of four teacher mentors.  Three of the four American Studies, or AmStud, teachers from the 2018-2019 school year accepted n...

Lock Talk: Episode 1

by Jad Baajour, Sports Editor

September 5, 2019