Wildcat Tales

My world upside-down

Rachel Chen, Featured Columnist

November 28, 2012

    It was almost like she was dead. I remember my mom telling me not to say that, but it was how I felt. For the past 13 years, my older sister had been with me through everything. Through the six times my family has moved,...

Forgotten time

Kaitlin Humphrey, Featured Columnist

November 28, 2012

     The antique photograph sits on the sturdy oak desk, worn and decrepit, I’m nervous to pick it up in fear that it will crumble between my fingers. I conquer fear and gently lift the yellowed photo from its resting place...

Their goodbye song: Seniors prepare for end of marching season

Brooke Combs, Staff Writer

November 27, 2012

     Wednesday is their only day off. Every other day, they stay at school until 6:30 p.m. They spend these hours perfecting their halftime performance.  But now their season is coming to an end, and the seniors will have...

“Skyfall” review

“Skyfall” review

Tehreem Shahab, Staff Writer

November 25, 2012

“Jazz without Elephants” review

“Jazz without Elephants” review

Jp Salazar, Editor-in-Chief

November 14, 2012

Plano alumni affected by Sandy

Laura Jones, Staff Writer

November 14, 2012

She walks down the hallway and into the men’s restroom at Long Island University, where her classmates are gathered. They are all there for one thing. The outlets. After Hurricane Sandy hit the Long Island campus, there was...

A hidden picture and a broken heart

Alexis Sendejas, Featured Columnist

November 5, 2012

When Sunday morning rolled around, I found the energy to clean my room, which was sadly destroyed by my terribly messy habits. I hung up clothes. I put away random papers or shoes. Lastly I stripped the sheets off of my twin sized...