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Sincerely Sydney: focus on the person not the label

Sincerely Sydney: focus on the person not the label

Sydney Gish, Staff Reporter
April 5, 2017
Filed under Columns, Opinion

At some point in life, everyone experiences some form of rejection, taunting, isolation, or ridicule. However, people with disabilities can face this on a daily basis. In this day and age where sexism and racism are not condoned, people should not be treating others with disabilities or disorders any differ...

Opinion: test prep needs to start early

Opinion: test prep needs to start early

Cole Engelbrecht, Guest Contributor
April 4, 2017
Filed under Opinion

While high school comes with many things to worry about and take care of such as students’ GPA, class rank, report cards, and STAAR tests; but there are two tests that can be of utmost importance for juniors and seniors: the ACT and SAT. The SAT and ACT are standardized tests that juniors and senio...

Say it Louder: all extracurriculars require effort

Say it Louder: all extracurriculars require effort

Emma Crampton, Opinion Editor
April 3, 2017
Filed under Columns, Opinion

Some people tend to think that one activity may be more difficult than another. However, whatever you’re interested in, it all takes effort. Everybody has different strengths and weaknesses, so therefore everybody  has different perceptions as to what is challenging and what is not. People shouldn...

Real Talk: service hours

Real Talk: service hours

Peyton Leonard, WTV Staff Reporter
March 31, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Real Talk, Showcase

WTV’s Peyton Leonard hits the halls to get student opinion on service hours.

All Voices Matter: grades aren’t everything

All Voices Matter: grades aren’t everything

Aviance Pritchett, Staff Reporter
March 30, 2017
Filed under Columns, Opinion

In today’s society, there’s mistaken belief if an average high school student doesn’t have a high GPA, they probably won’t get anywhere in life. This idea can lead many students to feel pressured into getting high grades. When I was younger, I remember thinking that getting anything other...

Sincerely Sydney: alone doesn’t mean lonely

Sincerely Sydney: alone doesn’t mean lonely

Sydney Gish, Staff Reporter
March 29, 2017
Filed under Columns, Opinion, Showcase

Whenever people see someone else eating dinner or at the movies by themselves, they tend to pity them for being alone. However, many of those people are probably enjoying themselves just as much as they would if they had company. It can be rewarding, healthy even, to take time to yourself and participat...

Opinion: Trump misguided on his media attacks

Opinion: Trump misguided on his media attacks

Lucas Barr, Staff Reporter
March 28, 2017
Filed under Opinion

President Donald Trump has continued his attacks on media outlets such as the New York Times, CNN, ABC News, and more regarding so called “fake news” news stories that these outlets publish. However, Trump’s claim have no basis in reality. Dismissing journalism being reported by major news outlets, and criticising the...

Say it Louder: focus less on social media in relationships

Say it Louder: focus less on social media in relationships

Emma Crampton, Opinion Editor
March 27, 2017
Filed under Columns, Opinion, Showcase

Social media is typically a fairly big aspect in most people’s lives-especially teenagers. It tends to play a part in most everyday actions, including romantic relationships. This can be seen as a positive thing because of course it’s fun to post cute pictures of you and your significant other for...

Real Talk: student jobs

Real Talk: student jobs

Peyton Leonard, WTV Staff Reporter
March 24, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Real Talk, Showcase

WTV's Peyton Leonard hits the halls to get student opinion on having a job in high school.

All Voices Matter: college process begins early

All Voices Matter: college process begins early

Aviance Pritchett, Staff Reporter
March 23, 2017
Filed under Columns, Opinion

High school holds the four steps to college with each year harder than the last. Throughout the year, representatives from colleges all over the country set up in the cafeteria and send emails attempting to persuade students into applying to their college. Teachers are in on it too--they tell student...

Sincerely Sydney: teens need to stay informed

Sincerely Sydney: teens need to stay informed

Sydney Gish, Staff Reporter
March 22, 2017
Filed under Columns, Opinion

For many teens the whole world is accessible by the click of a button, however many adolescents aren’t aware of the events unfolding around them. From being on the verge of our sixth mass extinction to the recent suicide bombing in Damascus, many of today’s teens are unaware of the things going on around them. After high scho...

Opinion: procrastinate on procrastination

Opinion: procrastinate on procrastination

Cole Engelbrecht, Guest Contributor
March 21, 2017
Filed under Opinion

Throughout high school, students will be faced with many nights that are filled with a whole bunch of stress due to classwork. While trying to complete a piece of homework, or a project from a certain class, there may also be the pressure to study and score well on a quiz or test in another class. S...

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