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The book cover of The Miseducation of Cameron Post

The Miseducation of Cameron Post

Amelia Bautz, Staff Writer September 26, 2018

The Miseducation of Cameron Post, written by Emily M. Danforth in 2012, does an excellent job of representing homosexual people, and providing a firsthand perspective on the practice of gay conversion...

Troye Sivan at Capital Pride Concert

Troye Sivan releases new album ‘Bloom’

Savannah Anderson, Staff Writer September 26, 2018

Singer songwriter, Troye Sivan released his sophomore album Bloom on Aug. 31, to the delight of his fans, who have been impatiently waiting for three years to hear a new album. His new album may only...

Moviepass is declining; awaiting to see bankruptcy
(Photo by Avery Gregorash

Movie goers disappointed in Movie Pass

Avery Gregorash, A&E Editor September 25, 2018

Movie subscription service goes back on its promises MoviePass, the once beloved subscription service that previously allowed its members to see unlimited movies for a low price of $9.95 a month, is now...

The new blockbuster rom-com, Crazy
Rich Asians proves to be the most diverse
Hollywood movie in decades. (photo by
Lochan Mourty)

Crazy for Crazy Rich Asians

Lochan Mourty, Staff Writer September 25, 2018

New ethnic Hollywood movie revives dying rom-com genre Crazy Rich Asians, the hit rom-com based off of the novel written by Kevin Kwan, made its mark in theaters on Aug. 5. The production currently...

Netflix original airs season two, Series of Unfortunate Events

Regan Munstedt, Opinion Editor May 8, 2018

    The second season of Netflix original A Series of Unfortunate Events came out on March 30, and stays loyal to the 13 novels written by Daniel Handler under the pen name Lemony Snicket.     With...

Infinity War characters make fans cry

Abrianna Bohn, Photo Editor May 8, 2018

    Avengers: Infinity War was an emotional rollercoaster that was action-packed from start to finish, with mind-blowing action scenes and a flowing narrative that lived up to every expectation. ...

Fortnite encourages teamwork and is free to download. (photo used with permission by
Wikimedia Commons)

Fortnite takes over internet

Benjamin Patterson, Sports Editor May 8, 2018

    Fortnite builds teamwork and teaches social skills from an early age, is appropriate for everyone and is free and easy to play.     This Hunger Games-style fight to the death with the...

MTNA Competition finalist, Jason Lin

Julie Reynolds, Online Editor-in-chief March 27, 2018

Jason Lin placed in 2nd at the MTNA Competition as well as an award for the best Chopin performance. His goal is to one day compete at the Van Cliburn competition in Fort Worth, please congratulate Jason...

Theatre Department advances to Bi-District

Julie Reynolds, Online Editor-in-chief March 22, 2018

The Theatre UIL One Act Play company competed at Mckinney Boyd High with the production of Silent Sky. The department placed in 2nd and will go on to compete in the Bi-District this Saturday at 3:00 at...

Planoettes stun at Regional Dance Competition

Julie Reynolds, Online Editor-in-chief February 13, 2018

The Planoettes participated in the Crowd Pleasers Regional Dance Competition last week and brought home many awards. Please congratulate the following students:   Solo semi finalists - Isabella...

Students selected for Texas All-State Choir

Julie Reynolds , Online Editor-in-chief January 17, 2018

Cannon McClure – 1st chair Brandt Coffey – 1st chair Cole Clary – 4th chair Michael Nguyen – 6th chair

BPA Regional Competition qualifiers

Julie Reynolds, Online Editor-in-chief January 17, 2018

33 students competed in the competition last Saturday, 19 of them will advance to the State level competition on Feb. 28 - March 3 in Corpus Christi. Please congratulate the following students: State...

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