Rumors of Later Days

Mckensie Bryce, Staff Writer

May 3, 2018

Filed under News, Opinions

A recent rumor has been going around that the school day is going to be changed from ending at 3:50 to ending at 4:15. The reason for this change is that our new facility is going to be so big that we will need ten minutes between...

Prom: A night to remember

Emma Ludwig, Staff Writer

May 3, 2018

Filed under Opinions, Review

Prom is an important memory most teenagers experience. This year's prom was unforgettable. Even though the tickets, dresses, and food all add up to a high price, it was worth it. There was a lively DJ that played a variety of mus...

The fear of junior year

Gibby chandler, Staff Writer

May 3, 2018

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Most Juniors tell me junior year is the worst. After hearing these statements repeatedly, I've begun to believe them. To me, Sophomore year has been decently easy compared to my freshman year. From all the college things and career...

One Last Year

Madison Teel, Staff Writer

April 19, 2018

Filed under Opinions

The class of 2019 is quickly approaching the last 5 weeks of our junior year. After growing up together through elementary school, junior high, and finally high school, we only have one more year until we will be going our final...

Prom Theme Controversy

Madison Betts, Staff writer

April 19, 2018

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Waxahachie High School’s 2018 prom theme, “Night of a Waterlily” based off a Japanese garden, has been a very controversial topic among the students. The theme was chosen by Student Council’s Prom Committee after a long day...

No tears for senior year

Meredith Pelt, Editor

January 10, 2018

Filed under Opinions

Ahhh. Last semester of high school. What I've been looking forward to for the past four years! Just kidding. Well, kind of.  I have never been one of those people who are super sentimental. I always wished that I...

ESL Students’ Cultural Party.

Galilea Galvan, Staff Writer

January 10, 2018

Filed under Opinions

The last Monday of the school year, December 18, the ESL English class had the opportunity to hold a small cultural party in our school's reservation. This program count with students from different parts of the world, so the cele...

Net Neutrality

Sam Linguist, Staff Writer

December 18, 2017

Filed under Opinions

Net neutrality is a very important topic that few people know about. In theory, net neutrality is a huge freeway in which all of our internet connections run. From Billy John’s farm supply website to Google, all are put on an ev...

Megachurch: Corporation or Religion

Sam Linguist, Staff Writer

December 13, 2017

Filed under Opinions

What is the draw to organized religion? Some may say that they grew up going to church, some may say that a friend invited them, but what exactly draws someone to a church? In recent months, there has been an explosion in attendance to a...

Fresh Beats Walk The Halls At WHS

Raevyn Bell, Staff Writer

October 24, 2017

Filed under Entertainment, Opinions, Review

Senior Bradley Fuller, more commonly known as B-Rad, has released his first single to launch his dream of becoming an artist with a message. "Use your gift wisely, and don't forget the giver" Fuller recalls one of the pieces...

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