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Debate earns multiple medals

Debate earns multiple medals

Prachurjya Shreya, Managing Editor

October 19, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, Showcase

Debate season is underway with students on campus medaling in every category in the recent competition in Melissa. “I think it shows the hard work and effort the advanced debate students put forth to this competition,” Porter said. “There are some students that won medals that have never...

Campus Connection: Volume V

Campus Connection: Volume V

October 18, 2018


Filed under Campus Connection, Campus Life

Wingspan introduces you to some of the new staff members on campus.

Analyzing a ‘life well spent’

Analyzing a ‘life well spent’

Yael Even, Staff Reporter

October 17, 2018


Filed under Campus Life

AP English Language students are stepping out of bounds. Instead of analyzing various speeches, students got the chance to create a video on what does it means to live a life well spent. Students had three days in class to work on the project to get the inspiration flowing. They first answered a q...

Costumes for humanities, not Halloween

Costumes for humanities, not Halloween

Aliza Porter, Assignment Editor

October 16, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, Showcase

Costumes in October usually mean the celebration of Halloween, but on Tuesday, humanities students were wearing costumes for a historical activity. “All the kids are coming in costume and they’re all people who impacted the world in some way during the modern era,” GT Humanities teacher Elizabeth...

Wrapped books spark mystery

Wrapped books spark mystery

Prachurjya Shreya, Managing Editor

October 15, 2018


Filed under Campus Life

With October being the spookiest month of the year, the school library is participating in this spirit by wrapping books up with newspapers. By doing this, librarian Chelsea Hamilton hopes to add some mystery to the book picking process. “October is mystery month and so I decided that I wanted...

Cafeteria taste test

Cafeteria taste test

Vivek Sundaraman, WTV Staff Reporter

October 12, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, Showcase

Students on campus may be seeing some new items on the cafeteria menu. A sample of students on campus had the opportunity to meet with Frisco ISD nutritionists about lunch items being served in the cafeteria. The discussion included student input on current menu items as well as taste testing some new ite...

Dress code more relaxed at games

Dress code more relaxed at games

Lucas Barr, Editor-in-chief

October 11, 2018


Filed under Campus Life

Dress code is strictly enforced on campus with short shorts, certain tank tops, and cropped shirts not allowed. But at district sponsored events after school, there appears to be a bit more leniency. “Usually I see lots of girls wearing short shorts and crop tops,” junior Emily Graves said. “So...

Fellowship hops from home to home

Fellowship hops from home to home

Allison Lynn, Guest Contributor

October 10, 2018


Filed under Campus Life

While most people would think a club so well known would meet on campus, Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets at various student houses on Mondays from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. “We'll do some praise and worship and talk about different aspects of the word,” FCA sponsor Stephen Friar said. “And we w...

Addison troupe brings Shakespeare to life for literature students

Addison troupe brings Shakespeare to life for literature students

Trisha Dasgupta, Guest Contributor

October 3, 2018


Filed under Campus Life

William Shakespeare, arguably one of the most famous playwrights of all time, continues to cement his legacy with students still reading his work nearly four hundred years after his death. Students studying the playwright have been offered an unique experience to watch a live performance of Othello, one of...

Adjusting to American Culture

Adjusting to American Culture

Madeline Aronson, Staff Reporter

October 1, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, Showcase

The United States is largely considered the land of opportunity and freedom, and has been considered a safe haven for many individuals and families looking for a place to start over and live better lives. People from all around the world migrate to the United States to raise their quality of life ...

New crochet club brings crafts to campus

New crochet club brings crafts to campus

Madeline Aronson, Staff Reporter

September 28, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, Uncategorized

From its’ ancient origins as a way of weaving bags and clothing, to a commonly considered quirky way to craft, crocheting has begun to make an appearance on campus with the brand new Crochet Club. Senior Sophia Garofalo, the vice president and a cofounder of the crochet club, is excited for the...

Anderson’s oddities

Anderson’s oddities

Stephanie Qiu, WTV Staff Reporter

September 27, 2018


Filed under Campus Life, In Case You Missed It

Some collect rocks, others collect unique coins. But like something out of a sci-fi movie, one teacher collects things many would say are strange and weird: the preserved remnants of animal body parts. Animal Science teacher Julie Anderson has a unique hobby of curating dead animal parts preserved in ...

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