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Homecoming Do’s and Don’ts

Homecoming Do’s and Don’ts

Karla Romero, Reporter

October 2, 2016


Filed under News Briefs, Showcase

Do: Go all out for dress up days. Wear a mum/garter on spirit day. Go all out on spirit day with clothes, face (and body) paint to show pride at the pep rally and game. Go to the pep rally. Go to the game. Go to the dance. Buy your tickets for the game and ...

Ashley Bell

Ashley Bell

Thu Vu and Eden Amberber

September 6, 2016


Filed under Raiders of North Garland

"Be positive. Don't think about the negative things. When someone close to me passed away, I had to stay positive and move on."

Phoenix Nawrocki

Phoenix Nawrocki

Elena Gary, Designer

September 6, 2016


Filed under Raiders of North Garland

"Study hard, because if you don't study you will not know what to do, and it will be a lot harder. I had Human Geography last year and I only studied part of a chapter and bombed the quiz because I didn't know half of the stuff; it's very important to study if you have AP classes." Phoenix Nawrocki,...

Senior column Abraham Deleon

Senior column Abraham Deleon

Abraham Deleon, Design Editor

May 13, 2016


Filed under Column, Opinion

With graduation just around the corner, I’m still in shock and disbelief. Despite all the things I heard about high school speeding by, I never really noticed it until these past few months. I’ve slowly had to accept the fact that the wonderful experiences and friends that I’ve made will soon be...

Senior column Amy Pham

Senior column Amy Pham

Amy Pham, Co-Editor-In-Chief

May 13, 2016


Filed under Column, Opinion

I started high school being full-on cringy, not just because of my bowl haircut, but because I was one of those people who swore they hated everyone. At 14, with my I <3 BOOBIES bracelets and self-proclamation of being awkward, that’s all I could strive to be – someone who could only hate others. Ironically,...

Senior column Lynne Diaz

Senior column Lynne Diaz

Lynne Diaz, Photo Editor

May 13, 2016


Filed under Column, Opinion

I wish I could find the wisest person in the world to write this for me, but all I have are 18 years of experience, so here I go. When you spend four years with a certain lifestyle, with people in a certain place, the words to say goodbye to that have to describe the immense loss yet gain, sadness yet...

Senior column SaSchel Moore

Senior column SaSchel Moore

SaSchel Moore, Reporter

May 13, 2016


Filed under Column, Opinion

I experienced some of the best and worst times of my life in high school. I met my best friends here. I met my family here. Most of all, I found out who I was here. Without high school, I wouldn’t have discovered that I am an optimist, or that I get crazy anxiety from the breakfast lines in the morning....

Senior column Connie Ho

Senior column Connie Ho

Connie Ho, Co-Editor-In-Chief

May 13, 2016


Filed under Column, Opinion

Shy, awkward and quiet. My entrance into high school was anything but extraordinary. High school offered me the chance to start fresh and find myself amongst a pool of other students who also had a desire to stay true to themselves. However, after four years of going through relatively the same routine,...