• Student cancer patient visits New Orleans

    Student cancer patient visits New Orleans

    Blaine Young, Editor-in-Chief

    February 16, 2018

    Driscoll Children’s Hospital cancer patient Mary Shannon got the opportunity of a lifetime - a trip to Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Before boarding the plane with three other Driscoll patients on Monday, Jan 29., a smile spread across freshman Shannon’s face as she thought about the week to come...

    Mary Shannon smiles as her father takes her picture at Corpus Christi International Airport on Jan 29. Shannon went on a trip with fellow cancer patients to New Orleans.

    Photo by Blaine Young

  • One year later, Walker still inspires students, faculty

    One year later, Walker still inspires students, faculty

    Blaine Young, Editor-in-Chief

    November 16, 2017

    One year later, the tribute poster has been taken down. One year later, her name tag has been replaced with someone else’s. But the art paintings dedicated to her fill an art display case next to her former classroom, and she is still present in the hearts and minds of many students and teachers. ...

    Art teachers Lori Lee and Valerie Lichtenberger pose in front of the art display dedicated to Charlotte Walker.

    Photo by Kayla Music

  • Hornets win the homecoming game

    Hornets win the homecoming game

    Blaine Young, Editor-in-Chief

    November 14, 2017

    After a devastating 38-35 loss to Veterans Memorial, the Hornets came back to beat King 38-6 for a homecoming win on Oct. 13. “After that loss, we had a lot of blood in our water, and we were ready to go,” center John Jensen said. “We used that as a motivator for this game and played really h...

    Seniors Brendan Suckley, John Jensen, Dillon Byerley, Cory Majek, and John Pedrotti walk to the center of the field for the coin toss on Oct. 13 at Hornet Stadium.

    Photo by Blaine Young

  • What’s UP with the bathrooms

    What’s UP with the bathrooms

    September 14, 2017

    If you’ve ever visited  the bathrooms at the University Preparatory High School Program campus, more commonly known as UP, you’ve probably noticed that they look outdated. These bathrooms are older and in need of renovations. Both the boys and the girls bathrooms lack air conditioning, so it is alway...

    The sinks in the girls bathroom tend to clog and fixtures are old and in need of replacement.

    Photo by Blaine Young

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Student cancer patient visits New Orleans

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