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  • Campus Club Fair Tuesday

  • End of 1st 6 week grading period is Friday

  • Board of Trustees calls for TRE and Bond Election to be on Nov. ballot

Changing the tune of halftime shows

Changing the tune of halftime shows

Melody Tavallaee, Managing Editor

August 31, 2018


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For the first time in school history, the band will be performing spirit shows at halftime in which they will be performing pop songs instead of their traditional competition tunes. “In the past, every time we would play something to engage with the crowd, it’s often been old music from ma...

Cashing in on his own fashions

Cashing in on his own fashions

Aliza Porter, Assignment Editor

August 30, 2018


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While most students 16 or older have a job or are looking to get hired, one student decided to earn money a different way by starting his own clothing line. Senior Myron Huff knew that he didn’t want to be limited to working for someone else, so he took his interest of cash and fashion and created...

Rehearsals underway for fall musical

Rehearsals underway for fall musical

Ava Peinhardt, Staff Reporter

August 28, 2018


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Sweltering weather isn’t stopping the theater department from Singin’ in the Rain as they gear up for the musical that’s set to open Nov. 29 in the auditorium. “It might feel early, but it’s really not; we start rehearsals because our show is in late November,” theater director Heather Wil...

Learning to draw by learning to see and look

Learning to draw by learning to see and look

Prachurjya Shreya, Managing Editor

August 27, 2018


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Acting as both model and artist, AP Drawing students have an unique way to warm up everyday as a different student gets up on a table with a chair to model, while other students in the class observe and draw what they see. Art teacher Pernie Fallon believes by doing this at the beginning of each class ...

Concert gets personal as juniors meet hip hop star

Concert gets personal as juniors meet hip hop star

Yael Even, Staff Reporter

August 24, 2018


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It may have been junior Meghan Champagne sitting on junior Roy Nitzan’s shoulders, or the tears on Champagne’s face, but regardless of the reason, neither Champagne nor Nitzan are questioning why hip hop star Logic invited them backstage after his concert on July 29 at The Dos Equis Pavillion. “We were p...

Inspired by the body, health science students get creative

Inspired by the body, health science students get creative

Aliza Porter, Assignment Editor

August 23, 2018


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Health science is starting the year off with a project creating an ideal person for the career of choice related to health science. Not only are students expressing their artistic skills, but they are bonding over their love for health science. “Most kids who take health science, have some type...

Dialing for dollars

Dialing for dollars

Yael Even, Staff Reporter

August 21, 2018


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Band is calling family and friends to raise money for the upcoming school year on Thursday. “We are having a fan pledged telethon fundraiser,” associate director of bands Zack Anderson said. “It’s our largest fundraiser of the season, it’s on Thursday. We call it the Band Blitz because i...

Review: Authentic glimpse into modern day middle school

Review: Authentic glimpse into modern day middle school

Yael Even, Staff Reporter

August 20, 2018


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Eighth Grade marks the beginning of a teenage girl's coming of age journey, where it feels as if every little thing matters. The summer movie, Eighth Grade, explicitly creates the feeling of what it’s like to be in eighth grade all over again. From the drama and mean girls, to newfound interest in b...

Full orchestra falls just short of top honor yet again

Full orchestra falls just short of top honor yet again

Lucas Barr, Editor-in-chief

August 17, 2018


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The campus full symphony orchestra placed second in the state’s TMEA Honor Orchestra competition for the third time in four years, with the results announced over the summer. “When I saw the results I was really disappointed,” senior violist Shobha Melukote said. “Since it was my first yea...

Cue the music

Cue the music

Lucas Barr, Editor-in-chief

August 16, 2018


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For many fine arts students, practice and rehearsals began long before the first day of school on Thursday. Here’s a look at some of the all upcoming performances for band, orchestra, choir, and theatre:   Band: Sept. 29 Denton Golden Triangle (Denton) Oct. 2 FISD Marching Band S...

Summer under $10

Summer under $10

Amelia Pirrello, Guest Contributor

June 1, 2018


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Summer is almost here and that means a lot of free time for many students. But trying to find things to fill time, while not spending an arm and a leg can be challenging. Here’s a list of seven things to do in Frisco for under $10.   1. Get a MoviePass for $9.95 a month. One of my favorite thin...

Review: North Italia brings fresh to the table

Review: North Italia brings fresh to the table

Prachurjya Shreya, Staff Reporter

May 31, 2018


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North Italia is an Italian restaurant where is everything is made from scratch. The first thing that catches customers' eyes is the glass wall kitchen. Although this is located in the back of the restaurant, it pops out because of the set up of the kitchen and the busy nature of the cooks. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable about the menu, and th...

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