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Students soar in butterfly art contest

Students soar in butterfly art contest

Wingspan Staff
April 19, 2017
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More than a dozen art students received honors in the 2017 Wimberley Butterfly Festival Art Contest with former student Noah Lind the 2017 Butterfly Festival Artist of the Year. Lind's winning entry in the 2016 contest is the featured image on the 2017 t-shirt and postcards. The 19th annual Butte...

Project challenges students to be working photographers

Project challenges students to be working photographers

Roy Nitzan, WTV Staff Reporter
April 18, 2017
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Students have been working on a project that photojournalism teacher, Carol Babineaux, calls the working photographer. Students have a list of projects they must choose from such as taking pictures of landscapes, city life, street photography, and even wildlife. Much like a photojournalist, the st...

Review: Masala Wok

Review: Masala Wok

Fernando Garcia, Guest Contributor
April 13, 2017
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Among the various Southeast Asian cuisine options scattered amongst Frisco, Masala Wok is one of authenticity and quality. It provides a change of pace in the dine-in experience as compared to other casual restaurants. This is apparent when one walks into Odissi lined walls of decor and hears...

Choir competes in UIL Wednesday

Choir competes in UIL Wednesday

Marcus McCoy, WTV Staff Reporter
April 11, 2017
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With UIL season here, students are currently preparing their music for Wednesday's UIL performance atProsper High School with the school’s choir having the second to last performance in the 5:00 p.m. time frame. For this performance, choir has prepared three songs that they will sing, the songs t...

Frisco Public Library hosting poetry contest

Frisco Public Library hosting poetry contest

Surya Ravichandran, WTV Staff Reporter
April 10, 2017
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The Frisco Public Library is hosting a poetry contest for 1st through 12th grades. Students wishing to compete must create an original poem. The contest accepts all categories of poems and there are no restrictions on the length of poems. Poems must be accompanied by an entry form with cont...

Review: Nerdvana

Review: Nerdvana

Dea-Mallika Divi, Staff Reporter
April 7, 2017
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Kristy Pitchford’s dream of a video game coffee shop lounge is now a reality with the opening of Frisco's Square's Nerdvana on Main Street with the essence of the cafe found in the games that will appeal to customers of all ages. Featuring kid friendly games such as UNO, there are also games s...

Choreography project teaches process of dance

Choreography project teaches process of dance

Hallie Winterbauer, Staff Reporter
April 6, 2017
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Jazz, hip-hop, lyrical or contemporary dance are the focus of a choreography project in dance classes. Working in groups of two, three or solo, the students must create a dancing ranging from 90 to 120 seconds. “So, the main purpose of the choreography project is that the students understand how...

Jazz ensembles make spring debut

Jazz ensembles make spring debut

Kennedy Williams, WTV Staff Reporter
April 4, 2017
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Both jazz ensembles gave their debut performances at Frisco Arts in the Square Saturday. The annual festival allows professional artists and musicians from across the area to present and sell their works as well as showcase elementary, middle, and high school performing arts groups throughout Frisco ISD...

Art students aim for goal

Art students aim for goal

Reem Khan, Guest Contributor
April 3, 2017
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Art 1 students are participating in a drawing contest with the winners getting their work in the 2018 Dallas Cup calendar. “I think the soccer project is great, I think it benefits both the tournament to get some exposure but also allows students to showcase their work outside of the classroom,” art ...

Student art showcased at Arts in the Square

Student art showcased at Arts in the Square

Olivia Kirklin, Editor-in-chief
March 31, 2017
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The 8th annual Arts in the Square will be held this Saturday and Sunday at Frisco Square. “The event features over 120 of some of the best local and regional artists selling their handmade creations,” according to the Frisco Square website. “Artists compete in the following categories: Fine...

Review: Bavarian Grill

Review: Bavarian Grill

Emma Marom, Guest Contributor
March 30, 2017
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Hidden in a strip mall, the Bavarian Grill is Plano’s version of a year-round Oktoberfest. A trip to this festivity of German and Bavarian mix will leave your stomach and wallet full. Featuring two different menus, one meat and one vegetarian, prices range from $5-15 dollars a meal. Regardless of...

Popularity of piercings

Popularity of piercings

Melody Akbari, WTV Staff Reporter
March 28, 2017
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It doesn't take to much effort to spot someone with earrings around campus. The popularity of piercings have soared as they became a rite of passage for many people as they make their own choices as eyebrows, lips, and nose piercings only scratch the surface. “I like my piercing, and I got them bec...

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