Bring Bowe home

Kaitlin Fischer, Staff Writer

May 31, 2013

Filed under Profile, Student Life

Bowe Bergdahl, age 27, was a sergeant in the army when he was captured by the Taliban on June 30, 2009. He still has not been rescued. This isn’t keeping people from spreading awareness about his situation, however, and one... Read more »

Making the cuts: Students receive leadership positions

Laura Jones, Staff Writer

May 30, 2013

Filed under Student Life

Group: Planoettes Name: Elizabeth Garvie “Planoettes have a great tradition of excellence and have accomplished so much. They get so many unique opportunities, and I’m so thankful that I get to be a part of such an... Read more »

Two students earn $20,000 from Dell Scholars Program

Alexis Harris, Staff Writer

May 10, 2013

Filed under Student Life

Three hundred and one students across the nation will have $5,000 dropped into their bank account this year. Whether they are in poverty or maintaining a middle class life, students can be eligible for the Dell Scholars Program... Read more »

Recently opened Condom Sense store sparks debate

Jessica Allman, Staff Writer

March 28, 2013

Filed under News, Student Life

When she first saw the store on 15th Street near Vines, she knew it had to go. In 2010, senior Moriah Senteney’s mother, Kim Senteney, reached out to others in her community to get the store Trashy Goods to change locations,... Read more »

Looking past the mirror: Student overcomes eating disorder

Rachel Chen, Staff writer

March 28, 2013

Filed under Student Life

Looking into the mirror, she began to notice things she had not noticed before. Her cheeks were too puffy. Her arms were thicker. She was gaining weight on her sides. She felt fat. According to the National Eating Disorders... Read more »

Deafness doesn’t define: Deaf-Ed student learns to live with disability

Leslie Parker

March 7, 2013

Filed under Student Life

It was in first grade when her parents first pointed them out to her. She’d never seen people signing before; the idea was completely new to her. Born deaf, senior Vivian Chen was raised orally and initially not taught sign... Read more »

Wildcat family duos come to an end

Alexis Sendejas, Staff Writer

March 7, 2013

Filed under Student Life

Seeing her throughout the school. Having lunch with her. Hanging out in her room before school. These are all things senior Emily Stuber can do because her mother, Kimberly Stuber, is an English teacher at Plano.         ... Read more »

For medicinal purposes only: Students work at medical centers

Alexis Harris, Staff Writer

February 20, 2013

Filed under Student Life

They spend hours in hospital rooms. They know the fastest way to the doctor’s office. They know the difference between a Lateral Malleolus and Xiphoid Process and what could possibly go wrong. But they are not sick; they are... Read more »