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  • Girls' basketball wins state semifinal, beating Richmond Randle 66-37 and advancing to 5A final against Mansfield Timberview Saturday at 3:00 p.m.
  • Frisco ISD Dance Team Showoff is Tuesday 6:30-9 p.m. at Lone Star HS
  • Frisco ISD Flag Night is Saturday 6-8:30 p.m. at Frisco HS
  • Juniors will take the SAT on March 6
  • Frisco ISD is hosting a job fair on March 2 from 9-11:30 a.m. at Lebanon Trail High School
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Sophomore Tuhina Pandit has transformed her passion for crochet into a thriving small business, @tuhinaa.crochetss on Instagram. Pandit makes a variety of products including custom crochet plushies for her clients.

Stitching dreams: sophomore’s thriving crochet business

Lea Garcia-Salazar, Staff Reporter March 1, 2024

Click.  Clack.  Snip. Swish. Click.  The metallic echo of a crochet hook fills the room.  "Clack" rings the crochet hook once again; this time, weaving through the colorful strands.  Snip.  The scissors add a sharp note to...

In this weekly review, Every Book has a Silver Lining, staff reporter Christina Huang takes a look at books to find their silver lining.

Every Book Has a Silver Lining: The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook

Christina Huang, Staff Reporter February 29, 2024

Despite having the word ‘book’ in the genre, cookbooks don’t exactly define reading for pleasure. Breaking away from the norm, The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook by Dinah Bucholz is the perfect mixture of practical and fun. Each of the recipes...

Guest contributor Jian Park sits down with freshman Lekhya Thiriveedhi to discuss her art journey.

Artistic Expressions: Lekhya Thiriveedhi

Jian Park, Guest Contributor February 28, 2024

Name: Lekhya Thiriveedhi Grade: freshman Years of experience: 7 years Wingspan: How long have you been doing art? Thiriveedhi: “I have been doing art for most of my life. I started taking classes when I was in second grade, in addition to...

Tuhina Das “The World She Saw” - “The World She Saw” is one of the pieces moving onto the state VASE competition in San Marcos. It was created digitally by Tuhina Das, as a rework of one of her previous drafts.

(In order to make all images the same size some were stretched and blurred with the originally sized image centered).

Campus artists advance to state

Olivia Pulley, Staff Reporter February 27, 2024

This year’s VASE (Visual Arts Scholastic Event) competition was held at Memorial High School Saturday with nine Redhakws receiving the highest score possible (a four), and three moving onto the state competition April 26 - 27.  “It's a...

Taking the title of Grand Champions at Saturdays contest at Independence High School, Red Rhythm is hosting a free contest showoff performance Tuesday in the Lone Star High School main gym starting at 6:30 p.m.

Community event allows Red Rhythm to show off Tuesday

Lexi Holding, WTV Staff Reporter February 27, 2024

Fresh off a Grand Champion performance Saturday at Independence High School, the Red Rhythm dance team is debuting their contest routines for the school and community Tuesday in the Lone Star High School main gym starting at 6:30 p.m. The show displays...

Orchestra fine tune their skills for UIL

Krithi Kolluri, Segment Producer February 26, 2024

Receiving their music in January, orchestra members have been practicing for their UIL performances held at Independence High School on Monday and Tuesday. “We are in the height of our preparation for our state assessment which is UIL,” assistant...

Red Rhythm has been putting in extra time to practice for their competition on Saturday.

Spring marks the start of Red Rhythm contest season

Neta Even, Guest Contributor February 23, 2024

Red Rhythm dancers are preparing for their upcoming contests to compete against other drill teams from all over the state at Independence High School on Saturday. With two to three morning practices a week, the dancers are polishing their dances so...

Freshman Shruti Varadarajan is part of the few orchestra members trying out for the Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra. GYDO is an opportunity for these young musicians to further fine tune their skills and get more practice playing in front of a large audience.

Redhawks fine tune their musicianship through GYDO

Jian Park, Guest Contributor February 22, 2024

Some Redhawks orchestra and band members are beginning the audition process for the Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra (GDYO). The audition pieces were released Feb. 1, with deadlines ranging from April 6-13. Students such as freshman Rishab Srivatsan...

In this weekly review, Every Book has a Silver Lining, staff reporter Christina Huang takes a look at books to find their silver lining.

Every Book Has a Silver Lining: Maybe an Artist Book

Christina Huang, Staff Reporter February 22, 2024

Graphic novels aren’t real books.  Even though this belief has been argued more than defended as time goes on, graphic novels are seen as a mixture of comics and full-length novels. A story is kept within the pages, told through both illustrations...

Guest contributor Angel Machiri sits down with freshman Camila Villarreal to discuss her artistic journey. Pictured above is one of Villarreals paintings.

Artistic Expressions: Camila Villarreal

Angel Machiri, Guest Contributor February 21, 2024

Name: Camila Villarreal Grade: freshman Experience: 6 years Wingspan: What inspired you to get involved with art? Villarreal:  “My cousin did art and I really like the painting that she drew. I also found it really interesting." Wingspan:...

In this weekly blog, senior Rin Ryu shares her opinion on all things K-pop from hot takes to the latest trends.

Sooeun goes Solo: The Winning

Rin Ryu, Editor-In-Chief February 20, 2024

The day that I had waited for a long time finally arrived! IU released her comeback EP, “The Winning,” at 3:00 a.m. Tuesday (6:00 p.m. KST). The EP includes two title tracks with a total of five songs: Shopper, Holssi, Shh.., Love wins all, and I...

In this weekly review, Every Book has a Silver Lining, staff reporter Christina Huang takes a look at books to find their silver lining.

Every Book Has a Silver Lining: Give Me a Sign

Christina Huang, Staff Reporter February 15, 2024

Romance might be a popular genre, but a lack of originality, unlikeable characters, and superficiality are all common criticisms of the genre. Readers looking for a novel that breaks away from these, and fans of a romance that creeps up on them, may find...

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