Wildcat Tales

Wildcats, Painted and Proud

Kristin Weisell, Aleah Pushaw, & Anna Vicars, Staff Writers

September 16, 2009

Filed under Student Life

Friday night. Absolute mayhem. Friends are calling, fans are yelling, and the Wildcats score another touchdown. Friday night football is where it’s at, but the shouts of the supporters are barely heard over the roars found among...

Good Books to Get Ahead With

Ashton Ruiz, Staff Writer

September 16, 2009

Filed under Student Life

Although the green list of eight book choices may seem daunting to sort through, seniors and teachers alike have found their favorites amongst the AP English 4 summer reading. With such a variety of contemporary literature to...

“We Ask Forgiveness Not Permission”

Chelsea Stanford and Stephanie Smith, Staff Writers

September 16, 2009

Filed under Student Life

Through rain, wind, and smoldering Texas heat; through blood, sweat, and blisters the Maroon Guard and White Guard have worked diligently, through it all. Whether it is running the heavy, maroon flags down the field, proudly spelling...

The Failed Clafouti

Julia Allen, Photo Editor

September 16, 2009

Filed under Student Life

My mission for this story was to make a French dessert from a Julia Child’s cookbook, my new love and inspiration when it comes to cooking. I selected an affordable and simple recipe that, for what the picture showed, to be...

Ingrid Michaelson – Everybody

Jamie Denison, Staff Writer

September 16, 2009

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music, Review

Lyrics of lust, loss, and the ability to survive through everything bring Ingrid Michaelson’s latest album, “Everybody”, to the hearts of many. Michaelson has an irresistible voice that gets songs like “Maybe” and “The...

Obama’s Address Absent from Plano Schools

Morgan Smith, Online Editor

September 16, 2009

Filed under News

Tuesday, September 8th, was supposed to mark the third time in the history of the United States that a U.S. President directly addressed American students as a whole via television, but due to a decision handed down by the Pla...

The Used – Artwork

Jamie Denison, Staff Writer

September 16, 2009

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music, Review

Along with every album The Used makes, the bands newest, “Artwork”, brings a diverse sound that’s got everyone talking. A compilation of hardcore, light pop and different alternative sounds allow this album to please almost...

History in Progress

Julie Boyer and Kelli Hanks, Staff Writers

September 16, 2009

Filed under News

Walking around, trying to find classes, going all the way across the college-like campus during break, all while being surrounded by new people is the standard for new student. Adding to all of these worries are two new classes,...

Misconceptions Being Fueled By The Media

Morgan Smith, Online Editor

September 16, 2009

Filed under Opinion

There’s an unsettling trend in the world of American politics, and it has to be one of the most ironic shifts towards sheer ignorance that this country has ever seen. At a recent town hall meeting discussing healthcare reform,...

Broken Hill

Noah Quortrup, Staff Writer

September 16, 2009

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies & Television, Review

I will start off by saying that my expectations for Broken Hill, directed by Dagen Merrill, were far less than average. The trailer was muddled and confusing. The synopsis seemed disjointed and random, and I can honestly say that...

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