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Saturday marks the district meet for Model UN at Grand Prairie High School. “The basis of MUN is that you’re preparing something about your country’s stance on a certain topic - it’s a mock United Nations,” undersecretary of conference and delegate trainer sophomore Jiya Sharma said.

District meet on Saturday for Model UN

Nidhi Thomas, Staff Reporter December 8, 2023

The road to state begins Saturday as Redhawks in Model UN gather for the district meet at Grand Prairie High School. At competitions, students represent delegates from different countries around the world. “The basis of MUN is that you’re preparing...

Junior Gabriel Quiros finds himself at major league games around Dallas frequently, but not just to watch, he shows up dressed as the Chick-Fil-A cow. He is one of Chick-fil-A’s “renegade cows” that appear at many sporting events in the DFW area.

Gabriel Quiros on the MOOve as Chick-Fil-A mascot

Jackson Tegtmeyer, Guest Contributor December 7, 2023

To some, interacting with kids is dreadful and should be avoided whether they’re being paid or not, but for junior Gabriel Quiros, this is exactly what he wants. Visiting the American Airlines Center, home to the Dallas Mavericks and Dallas Stars,...

Redhawks cheerleaders take on the UIL showcase on Thursday, along with all of the other Frisco ISD teams. While the competition does not happen until January, the showcase gives the cheerleaders a chance to practice their performance.

Cheer showcases their UIL routine on Thursday

Nidhi Thomas, Staff Reporter December 6, 2023

At football games, the Redhawks cheerleaders perform to raise school spirit. But Saturday at Independence High School from 6:30-8:30 p.m., all Frisco ISD cheer squads are taking center stage at the Frisco ISD Cheer Showcase in preparation for January’s...

While it is not a sport offered on campus, freshman Karthika Menon takes part in badminton on the advanced team at Frisco Badminton Academy. “I love playing badminton as I am very ambitious and I want to further enhance my skill,” Menon said.

The perfect shot

Jian Park, Guest Contributor December 5, 2023

With her right arm cocked back, freshman Karthika Menon brings it forward, squarely hitting the shuttlecock on its cork head. The birdie rockets across the net. It's the perfect shot as it lands harmlessly at the feet of her opponent. It's another...

Freshman Aasiya Sheikh and her team set a world record for robotics for the most points achieved at a match. As a lead programmer, she was responsible for most of the teams success.

Freshman breaks a world record in robotics

Sarayu Bongale, Managing Editor December 4, 2023

The metallic creature whirs across the stage. Time ticks down. The audience holds its breath. 249 points! With that, freshman Aasiya Sheikh’s team broke a world record at FIRST, an international robotics competition at McKinney Christian...

Eight students on campus were chosen to take part in the Principals Council. “So I have taken kids of a diverse group of students that way I can get a pulse of the campus and what is happening, what the temperature is, and things that all kids across the campus enjoy, principal Stacy Whaling said.

Eight students take part in the Principals Council

Haley Ward, Editor-in-Chief December 1, 2023

In order to gain a new perspective on the school, principal Stacy Whaling created the Principals Council, where eight students across campus get together to discuss what is happening around the school. Whaling was inspired to create the council from...

The Angel Tree Program has given teachers the chance to adopt an angel. Throughout November, teachers and their 2B class have had the chance to collect gifts for their angel.

Spreading holiday joy, one angel at a time

Rin Ryu, Editor-In-Chief November 30, 2023

Teachers and students are helping to spread holiday joy with the Small World Angel Tree Program which allows Redhawks to ‘adopt an angel’ through 2B class periods and collect gifts for their angel throughout November. The decision to participate...

At only 14 years old, freshman Zahra Rahmani has already found herself a job. She was tutored as a child, and is now continuing the cycle with tutoring others.

Tutored as a kid, one freshman continues the cycle

Zeynep Dalkir, Guest Contributor November 30, 2023

Finding a job at the age of 14 can be a bit of a challenge. But for freshman Zahra Rahmani, her family provided the inspiration for her money-making endeavor. “I started tutoring just at the beginning of this year in order to make money,” Zahra...

Generations of stories are shared through dance, something freshmen Suryadita Padmaraj takes part in. Padmaraj takes classes at the Nruthya Shakti Dance Academy, where she dives deeper into her heratige.

Learning through dance

Natalie Marshall, Guest Contributor November 29, 2023

The sound of feet tapping and skipping across the floor matched to the beat of a drum. The performers move with rhythm and style. Leaping with joy and swaying with sorrow just as those before them did. As generations go on, and traditions change,...

Instagram: an app most commonly used for friends to share pictures with each other. But one student took the app to a whole new level, and created an account for their pig, Dirk.

The not so ordinary pig

Reyna Gannamani, Guest Contributor November 28, 2023

When sophomore Logan Victory had to pick an animal to raise as a part of Future Farmers of America, Victory didn’t settle for the conventional pets. Instead he went to the farm to get a young Landrace pig which he named Dirk. But Dirk isn’t...

Campus Connections takes a look at some of the newest staff members on campus.

Campus Connections: Neil Grobler

Zaryab Syed, Guest Contributor November 27, 2023

The Redhawks tennis team has a new coach as Neil Grobler is taking over the program this year. Having previously coached at Round Rock High School, Grobler previously worked in healthcare for a couple of years before becoming a tennis coach. Wingspan...

Humanities students visit the Dallas Museum of Art

Aditi Shah, WTV Staff Reporter November 18, 2023

Students taking Humanities recently had the opportunity to visit the Dallas Museum of Art, to expose students to the struggles of art curation, which they will need to think about for their museum project. "For the museum project we're really focusing...

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