Wildcat Tales

Musical benefits: Choir hosts food bank benefit concert

Alexandria Oguntula, Staff Writer

October 23, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News

Voices can be powerful, but this month the have brought a whole new meaning to the phrase.  Plano, Highland Park and Garland High are collaborating for the first time ever to help the North Texas Food Bank in their efforts to...

Tasting the State Fair tradition

Alexis Harris, Staff Writer

October 23, 2012

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Books & Food, Review

In Texas, the state fair is no ordinary carnival.  It is a stepping stone to fall.  It is the food precedent to Thanksgiving, and the only day with more toys than Christmas.  It kicks off fall concerts.  It revives family...

Volume 67 Issue 2 October 12, 2012

October 17, 2012

Filed under Print Newspaper

Open publication - Free publishing - More high school...

Comparing service clubs

Leslie Parker, Staff Writer

October 16, 2012

Filed under Student Life

KEY CLUB       It was revived, as a club last year, and already has 40 members. Key Club differs from Student Congress and National Honor Society in that it is a much smaller and tighter group of students, and it provides ...

The golden girls: Kelloggs’ gymnastics tour 2012

Joseph Diller, Staff Writer

October 16, 2012

Filed under Review, Sports

     Nastia Liukin, Aly Raisman, Jordyn Weiber, Kyla Ross, Mckayla Maroney and Gabby Douglas all received gold. The Kellogg’s gymnastics tour at the American Airlines center was a sight to see. The beginning was a barrage...

A rising star: Student plays guitar and sings on campus

Maddi Marshall, Staff Writer

October 15, 2012

Filed under Profile, Student Life

     As a few gather around him every Wednesday before and after school, he sings and strums on his guitar. Senior Sean Crawford’s music can be heard echoing throughout campus.       “I really started getting into...

A place to stand out: Student’s search for something to be involved in

Jessica Allman, Staff Writter

October 13, 2012

Filed under Profile, Student Life

Tears filled her eyes as all she had been preparing for and hoping for shattered before her feet. Her mother, her inspiration, was there for her through it all. When senior Kristen Whittaker didn’t make Planoettes, her initial...

Beat of his heart: Drumline captain shares experiences

Brooke Combs, Staff Writer

October 13, 2012

Filed under Profile, Student Life

His passion for band began in the sixth grade. But after attending football games during middle school, he realized his true calling was drumline. Freshman year at Vines, senior James Darling tried out for drumline and made it. “It...

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