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GISD to Begin First Intersession Week October 6th

GISD to Begin First Intersession Week October 6th

Gelila Negesse and Devorah Segura September 28, 2020

From October 6th to October 9th, after the last week of the new nine week grading cycle, GISD will have an intersession week. Created by Garland ISD’s Superintendent, Dr. Ricardo Lopéz, and Board of...

Family Holiday Dinner 2019

Family Holiday Dinner 2019

Gelila Negesse, Co-Editor-in-Chief December 13, 2019

As the cold air swept in late this week, North Garland High School opened its doors to the community and hosted the first-ever Holiday dinner. The dinner was in the cafeteria with free food served and...

Powderpuff 2019

Powderpuff 2019

Gelila Negesse, Co-Editor-in-Chief November 22, 2019

With students blowing into their hands to keep warm in the brisk air, the annual Powder Puff game took place right before the long-awaited Thanksgiving break. This student-led event, from coaching, playing...

Poll: Would You Take a Space Elevator to the Moon?

Poll: Would You Take a Space Elevator to the Moon?

Gabriella Rodriguez-Sanchez, Photo Editor September 19, 2019

A space elevator to the moon is said to be not only feasible, but cheap. According to a paper published by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, a lunar space elevator system could be...

New State Laws Go Into Effect In September

Gelila Negesse, Co-Editor-in-Chief September 19, 2019

During the 2019 Texas Legislature Session, 820 laws we're passed that range from prison treat, state budgets and the smoking age that went into place September first. These news laws specifically target...

Poll: Should Face Filters Be Banned on Dating Websites?

Poll: Should Face Filters Be Banned on Dating Websites?

Gaby Sanchez, Photo Editor September 19, 2019

Dating site "Plenty of Fish" has put a ban on face filters for users on their site. According to a poll done by the site, 25 percent of it's users believe that their potential dates are deceiving them...

Poll: Longer Lasting Avocados Yes or No?

Paola Hernandez Olvera, Co-Editor-in-Chief September 19, 2019

Kroger has announced that it will start selling longer lasting avocados in order to save money and reduce waste. The longer lasting avocados will be treated with a plant-based feed solution that will slow...

Man-made “Stars” Advertise in Space

Katie Keovongphet, Reporter September 19, 2019

StartRocket is a Russian company created as early as January 2019 that plans to launch satellites with the purpose of advertising company logos in space. The plan is to have the satellites form together...

Reminder: Storm Area 51 Tomorrow

Julius Perez, Reporter September 19, 2019

Over the summer a Facebook Events post called on people to sign up to storm Area 51, the infamous and highly classified United States Air Force base. There have been countless conspiracies as to what is...

Reader: Teens Take Action Against Climate Change

September 19, 2019

Climate change is quickly becoming a major issue in todays society. As human consumption of fossil fuels continues to rise, Earth is being suffocated by our hand. Students are becoming aware of this problem...

Photos Show Justin Trudeau in Brown and Black face

Devorah Segura , Reporter September 19, 2019

A picture of Canada's prime minister, Justin Trudeau, has recently surfaced of him at a 2001 'Arabian Nights' party. Trudeau appears to be wearing a turban and robes with his face, neck, and hands completely...

Study: Poverty Level Communities Face Higher Temperature Rates

Gelila Negesse, Co-Editor-in-Chief September 19, 2019

As one of the hottest summers on record, new studies are showing who is affected the most by the extreme heat conditions. In an investigation done by NPR, it was found that some of the most populated cities...

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