Wildcat Tales

Holiday cheer arrives early

Dani Sureck, Staff Writer

October 31, 2011

     It may not be time for the holidays yet, but that does not stop Auto Tech from giving to the less fortunate. When Robert Watson, the Auto Tech teacher, received a van for his classes to repair, he decided to give back...

Help a hero

Kathleen Shaffer, Staff Writer

October 31, 2011

     The American soldiers sacrifice their time to protect the citizens. The soldiers don’t get to come home every day after work. Even during the holiday season many soldiers don’t get the chance to spend time with their...

Betrayal: Part two of A Price to Pay

Kathy Santiago, Staff Writer

October 29, 2011

     The sick strange darkness came creeping on, haunting me every time, like spiders catching insects and eating their insides.  The punishment I had to endure was far from being over. In the darkness of my room, I lay on...

Short one towel: Most embarrassing moment

Haley Bunnell, Featured Columnist

October 27, 2011

     “Did that seriously just happen?” I think to myself. I couldn’t believe what had just occurred. Only me. This would only happen to me. What was I thinking?      It all began when I decided to take a shower...

Oh, sorry, did I scare you?

Danielle Deraleau, Featured Columnist

October 27, 2011

     In honor of Halloween, what scares you? My physics class, some people might say. Or clowns. I don’t understand this, seeing as I never felt traumatized or threatened by the giant red nose they wear. Granted, those creepy...

Moving on without Jobs

Matt Wood, Staff Writer

October 27, 2011

     Upon going to the Apple website on Oct. 5, customers were not welcomed by the latest Apple innovations, but instead by a commemorative photo honoring Steve Jobs. Jobs passed away at his home in California that day, after...

You’ve got a friend in me: Cameron Meyers and Dane Osbourne

Cristina Seanez, Staff Writer

October 27, 2011

     Walking through the halls, period by period, helping “an amazing guy” is what senior Cameron Meyers’ high school experience is like. Meyers works side by side with senior Dane Osbourne, who has a physical disability...

Shake it up: Milkshake review

Josh Spruchman, Staff Writer

October 27, 2011

Chick -Fil -A      The first milkshake I tried was the new peach milkshake at Chick-Fil-A. I usually don’t like any kind of fruit shakes, but it was new, and I am the type of person who can get bored of having the same...

The other Super Bowl

J.P. Salazar, Staff Writer

October 27, 2011

     Some people pitch a baseball, some kick around a soccer ball, some toss around a football, some spike a volleyball, and some throw a bowling ball. Even though bowling isn’t recognized as a UIL sport, 64 students have...

The Battle of Angels review

Maelyn Schramm, Editorial Editor

October 26, 2011

     Attending different productions has always been a hobby of mine, so I jumped at the chance of going to our very own The Battle of Angels performance.  Walking into the auditorium, I didn’t know what to expect. Because ...

Criminals and consciences

Alyssa Matesic, Staff Writer

October 12, 2011

     I felt like an insect. For two hours I had been driving into black when suddenly my headlights were washed out by an overwhelming light. I approached the illumination with a captivation I had been long deprived of on...

Taylor Swift concert review: Speak Now world tour comes to Dallas

Madison McDaniel, Editor- in-Chief

October 12, 2011

     Nearly two years ago I walked into the American Airlines Center to see Taylor Swift perform for her Fearless tour and came out an even more diehard fan. Now, after a new CD and a few public relationships, Taylor Swift st...

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