Wildcat Tales

A day I will never forget

Haley Bunnell, Staff Writer

October 12, 2011

     If only I had listened to my gut from the very beginning, I wouldn’t have ended up with a smashed windshield, a curse and a scary experience.      The worst day ever began when I asked my father what the dent...

If you really knew me: Danielle Lagerlef

Haley Bunnell, Staff Writer

October 11, 2011

      Smiling in the halls and waving to students, junior Danielle Lagerlef embraces her life. Danielle has Down Syndrome, a development disorder with cognitive and physical growth impairment. Danielle’s math models teacher...

Missoni for Target: going, going, gone

Danielle Deraleau, Featured columnist

October 11, 2011

   Seriously, did anyone get anything?        Today marks the thirteenth day Target was supposed to be selling the huge and much anticipated Missoni for Target line. Notice the "supposed." Sure, they're still selling the ...

To buy or not to buy? Students discuss ordering mums versus making them

Ashley Gaudlip

October 6, 2011

     As students are preparing for homecoming, they are faced with the decision of buying a mum versus making one.      Students who may not consider themselves as creative, or who want to have a more professional looking...

My definition of great television

Yeesoo Lee, Staff Writer

October 6, 2011

Fall Premieres Charlie's Angels:      Really, ABC, really? You guys seriously botched this one up. I was willing to be a little more adventurous this time and give the show a chance. But it's like the world was signing...

Planoette Pink-Out Game

Stephanie Jabri, Staff Writer

October 5, 2011

     About one in eight women in the U.S. will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her life time. To help raise money and awareness, the Planoettes are holding a “Pink Out” football game for the second year...

Homecoming Queen Nominee: Emily Lin

Yeesoo Lee, Staff Writer

October 5, 2011

Q: Did you have any expectations to be nominated as Queen? A: Both my parents had high expectations of me, and they constantly asked me about it everyday. It has been my dream since third grade to be Homecoming Queen. Q: Do ...

Class Profile: Engineering Design

Danielle Deraleau, Staff Writer

October 5, 2011

     A new class has been introduced this year entitled Engineering Design. The class counts as a fourth year science credit and is two semesters long.        “I didn’t know about the class originally, but one...

“Pan Am” review

Kimberly Mei, Staff Writer

October 5, 2011

     Tilted blue caps, smooth waved bobs, and knee-length skirts: the glamour of the 1960s has been revived as the Pan Am stewardess. Based off the actual Pan American World Airlines flight attendants, ABC’s new show Pan Am ...

Close-up on Ekaterina Kouznetsova

Emma Barishman, Staff Writer

October 5, 2011

     For Senior Ekaterina Kouznetsova, photography is more than just a hobby; it’s a passion.      “Four years ago, I started doing culture photography while I was traveling,” Kouznetsova said. “When I got home,...

Homecoming Queen Nominee: Alyssa Yarrow

Danielle Deraleau, Staff Writer

October 4, 2011

Q: Were you expecting to be nominated for homecoming court? A: I wasn’t expecting it because there are so many girls in this school. I saw the crown, and I was shocked. Not a lot of people get to experience it. I think it...

Homecoming Queen Nominee: Laura Gammon

Stephanie Jabri, Staff Writer

October 4, 2011

Q: How does being nominated make you feel? A: It makes feel happy and appreciative to go to a school like Plano that has so many awesome people. I’m really excited. I’m excited for the parade and the Homecoming game and every...