Wildcat Tales

The World of Jenks “Freedom’s Flight” Review

Haley Bunnell, Staff Writer

October 27, 2010

     Jenks never thought in a million years he would be in a volunteered situation to have his life at stake, shoot an actual gun, or meet a blonde 23 year-old girl named Brogan who endangers her life in attempt to stop animal cruelty.  This week Jenks lives with a young woman who has been rescuing...


Madison McDaniel, Staff writer

October 8, 2010

     Starting to pop up throughout Plano, bubble tea cafes are making their way into the stream of popularity as more and more people are discovering these refreshing and sweet drinks. Mixed with endless flavors of tea, it’s the gummy tapioca surprise waiting at the bottom of the cup which makes...

Flipped: Book Review

Samantha Meyer, Staff Writer

October 8, 2010

      Recently, I read Flipped by Wendelin Van Draanen. It’s a cute book, and a really easy read. It’s a little over 200 pages, and the print is big. Flipped is the lighthearted story of first love, set in a quiet suburban town. It has two narrators: Bryce Loski, and Julianna Baker. Julia...

Top Ten Mashup Songs

Haley Bunnell, Staff Writer

October 5, 2010



Kelly Looney, Editor in Chief

October 23, 2009

Science fiction is not my forte, so when my boyfriend pleaded me to sit down and watch a TV show with him, I was immediately annoyed. He had been talking of nothing but a new show on ABC, FlashForward. I had never even heard of it, but I heard that it was created by the founders of another hit science ...

The Plano Playlist – Week One

October 21, 2009

Trina Carpenter - Features Editor 1. "For No One" ~ The Beatles 2. "Venus in Furs" ~ Velvet Underground 3. "I Thought I Saw Your Face Today" ~ She + Him 4. "There Is A Light That Never Goes Out" ~ The Smiths 5. "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue" ~ Bob Dylan     Doctor Doyle Dean...

Lou Barlow – Goodnight Unknown

Trina Carpenter, Features Editor

October 20, 2009

Lo-fi pioneer Lou Barlow’s second album Goodnight Unknown sounds like a mixture between his work in Sebadoh and the Folk Implosion. The album starts up with a bang from tracks “Sharing” and “Goodnight Unknown” that bring out classic Barlow with the washed-out vocals accompanied by the elec...


Taylor Thompson, Staff Writer

October 5, 2009

While the music blasting from car radios may have made eras before us cringe, our method of use is something they would have applauded. Music has moved from record players to cassette tapes, from cassette tapes to CDs, then from CDs to the all-knowing and powerful mp3 players. As time has gone on the...

Ingrid Michaelson – Everybody

Jamie Denison, Staff Writer

September 16, 2009

Lyrics of lust, loss, and the ability to survive through everything bring Ingrid Michaelson’s latest album, “Everybody”, to the hearts of many. Michaelson has an irresistible voice that gets songs like “Maybe” and “The Chain” stuck in heads all day. Michaelson is well known for her light...

The Used – Artwork

Jamie Denison, Staff Writer

September 16, 2009

Along with every album The Used makes, the bands newest, “Artwork”, brings a diverse sound that’s got everyone talking. A compilation of hardcore, light pop and different alternative sounds allow this album to please almost everybody. Despite the bands earlier releases, they have nearly perfected...

Broken Hill

Noah Quortrup, Staff Writer

September 16, 2009

I will start off by saying that my expectations for Broken Hill, directed by Dagen Merrill, were far less than average. The trailer was muddled and confusing. The synopsis seemed disjointed and random, and I can honestly say that I had no idea what the movie was about before walking into the auditori...