Wildcat Tales

Deeper than a scratch

March 28, 2013

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

It doesn’t take much to hide it from the world. Maybe a pair of oversized sweatpants or a shirt with long, opaque sleeves. Yet, it was responsible for 633,000 emergency room visits in 2009 alone, according to the Centers for...

French students prepare for Texas French Symposium

Tehreem Shahab, Staff Writer

March 28, 2013

Filed under News

They gave her a picture. And she had to describe it in French. She was nervous; she was afraid she would say something wrong or miss something easy. It only took her a few minutes to say everything she had to, but she was still...

DECA goes to internationals

Leslie Parker, Staff Writer

March 28, 2013

Filed under News

Three students from the business organization Distributive Education Clubs of America have earned a spot to compete at DECA internationals in Aneheim, Cali. Those at DECA internationals will be the top winners from each state...

Recently opened Condom Sense store sparks debate

Jessica Allman, Staff Writer

March 28, 2013

Filed under News, Student Life

When she first saw the store on 15th Street near Vines, she knew it had to go. In 2010, senior Moriah Senteney’s mother, Kim Senteney, reached out to others in her community to get the store Trashy Goods to change locations,...

Looking past the mirror: Student overcomes eating disorder

Rachel Chen, Staff writer

March 28, 2013

Filed under Student Life

Looking into the mirror, she began to notice things she had not noticed before. Her cheeks were too puffy. Her arms were thicker. She was gaining weight on her sides. She felt fat. According to the National Eating Disorders...

Volume 67 Issue 8 March 8, 2013

March 27, 2013

Filed under Print Newspaper

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

Real family

Alexis Sendejas

March 26, 2013

Filed under Featured Columnists, Opinion

When I was 7, I got the terrible news. All my life it had just been my mother and me. I liked it like that and in my mind it was the correct family. I didn’t need a dad or brothers or sisters or grandparents. I had my...

Live and learn

Leslie Parker, Featured Columnist

March 26, 2013

Filed under Featured Columnists, Opinion

When I was a little girl, I was overly anxious and fearful. In every experience I would find something to fret about that would nag me for days, until I found the next thing to replace it. I believed every misfortune I was exposed...

‘The Bachelor’ season 17 finale review

Jessica Allman, Staff Writer

March 18, 2013

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies & Television, Review

It was a moment in “The Bachelor” history that fans will never forget: a girl stepped out of the limo on night one to meet Sean Lowe in a wedding gown. If viewers hadn’t watched the episodes to follow, they would have never...

A leggings epidemic

Rachel Chen, Featured Columnist

March 8, 2013

Filed under Editorial, Featured Columnists, Opinion

     There was a terrible rumor spreading through the halls of Wilson Middle School – leggings were going to be banned. As far as we were concerned, there was no logical basis behind this ban. As long as our clothes were...

Watery grave

Kaitlin Humphrey, Featured Columnist

March 8, 2013

Filed under Featured Columnists, Opinion

I stare at the pink and white flowers delicately floating in the water under the white memorial. For an instant I’m struck still. I’m unable to move as terror seizes me. I imagine the sight that occurred over 70 years ago....

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