Matthew Stafford, highest paid player in NFL history.

September 7, 2017 • Ethan Harriman  
Filed under Features, Sports

Matthew Stafford is being paid about $135 million over a 5 year span. He is, as of now, the highest paid player in NFL history. Stafford has been with the Detroit Lions ever since he was drafted in 2009. His signing bonus is a massive amount at $50 million. If Stafford plays out this next contract, which... Read more »

Hallway Madness

September 7, 2017  
Filed under Features

There are many things that cause people to become impatient, for example crowded airports, long lines at concerts or even going shopping on Black Friday, but nothing is worse than the hallways at WHS. As the student growth has increased, the high school hallways have drastically populated. “They... Read more »

Marching Into a New Year

September 5, 2017 • Emily Bowers, Staff Writer  
Filed under Features

As the school year kicked off on Aug. 21, marching band students are adjusting accordingly. Considering band camp has been in action for almost a month, the students are well accustomed to being at school all day. Anyone familiar with the school’s band program knows they waste no time and practice... Read more »

New in Town

September 5, 2017 • Sierra Klag, Staff Writer  
Filed under Features

Many new students have enrolled in Waxahachie High School this year. Whether you’ve just arrived to the area or switched schools, starting fresh can always be a little nerve-racking. Being a new student myself, I can relate to the struggles that numerous teens are facing. When asked what her biggest... Read more »

Groups Get Together To Help Harvey Victims

September 5, 2017 • Raevyn Bell, Staff Writer  
Filed under Features

At Waxahachie’s first home game today, there will be a semi-truck to help collect items for Hurricane Harvey victims. In the early morning of a normal school day, two students stir up the courage to walk up to the principles office to make a change. They come up with an idea to put a semi-truck... Read more »

Freshmen’s First Game Jitters

Freshmen's First Game Jitters

September 1, 2017  
Filed under Features

Anyone can get nervous before a performance, especially when one is about to perform in front of a crowd of nearly 5,000 people. This Friday, besides the first football game, it is the first time the freshman band members march for a crowd. It is quiet a nerve-wracking, but also amazing, experience.... Read more »

Harvey Helpers

August 31, 2017 • Julie Bow, photographer  
Filed under Features

Due to the recent tragedy from Hurricane Harvey, people all around Texas are coming together to help. Many first responders and people of the community are eager to help, but many may end up in the same boat if they can’t get the supplies they need. I, personally, have heard from my grandfather,... Read more »

Healthy Lifestyle

Healthy Lifestyle

February 14, 2017 • Madison Betts, Staff Writer  
Filed under Features

Many parents let their children go in and out of the pantry at any time of the day. Since they are letting their children have the power over what they eat, they’re most likely consuming junk food. Children need to be eating healthy food choices in order to fuel their bodies properly and stay... Read more »

Spring Fashion Forecast

Spring Fashion Forecast

January 17, 2017 • Gabbie Calderon, Staff Writer  
Filed under Entertainment, Features, Opinions, Review

     Hey Fashionistas, in spring of 2017, there will be a takeover of the so called “90’s fashion.” What’s out is out this season. Let’s start with the “don’ts”… Wearing a T-shirt dress with a flannel over the waist…got to go! Stripes…Sailor? Denim... Read more »

Tardy Tables

Tardy Tables

January 17, 2017 • McKaleigh Card, Staff Writer  
Filed under Features, News

Tardies are a huge problem in any type of school. Usually the teacher would just count students tardy when they walked into class late. This method was not very effective, because teachers wouldn’t count students absent. It was just very inconvenient for the staff members. The staff that had been... Read more »

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