• Letter from the editor: don’t wish your life away

    Letter from the editor: don’t wish your life away

    Blaine Young, Editor-in-Chief

    May 31, 2018

    Another year is down in the books, and I don’t know about you, but I’ve enjoyed it. I hope this last week of school has gone well for everyone. Personally, I’ve been sick for the past two and a half weeks, and being locked in my house and using Snapchat as my only means of communication for all...

  • National protests motivate students to join in

    National protests motivate students to join in

    Blaine Young, Editor-in-Chief

    May 10, 2018

    Walking outside on that gloomy Friday morning around 9:45 a.m., students could see police cars surrounding all sides of the school with their lights on. One officer even had a large rifle strapped around his chest. On April 20 at 10 a.m., 25 students walked out of their classrooms to protest gun violence...

    Juniors Azure Spofford, Asher Whitmire, sophomore Jack Bolden, and senior Becca Molina stand holding signs in protest of gun violence on April 20.

    Photo by Blaine Young

  • Gun control increase needed to boost national safety

    Gun control increase needed to boost national safety

    March 28, 2018

    In the United States, there have been 1,624 mass shootings, defined as four or more people shot in one incident, between 2013 and the Parkland, Florida school shooting on Feb. 14, according to British news site The Guardian. That’s approximately six mass shootings a week. With gun violence on the...

    Protesters hold up signs at the March for Our Lives held along Ocean Drive on March 24.

  • Stingline dances into third place at regional competition

    Stingline dances into third place at regional competition

    Blaine Young, Editor-in-Chief

    March 5, 2018

    Stingline competed and got third overall in their first dance competition, the Military Auxiliary Dance Competition, at Ray High School this past Saturday. Because the dancers are relatively new to the dance scene and it was their first competition, none of the girls anticipated to win so big. “...

    Stingline dancers pose with their awards. They won third place overall at the competition at W.B. Ray High School on March 3.

    Photo by Blaine Young

  • 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

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Letter from the editor: don’t wish your life away
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Student press conference expands young journalists’ minds

Student press conference expands young journalists’ minds

May 29, 2018

Bullying: a harsh reality that affects today’s youth

Bullying: a harsh reality that affects today’s youth

May 22, 2018

Principal shares misfortune to inspire students

Principal shares misfortune to inspire students

February 21, 2018

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