The Baby Program

Sam Arreola

November 19, 2010
Filed under News/Events, Top Stories

It was two in the morning and junior Jessica Harwood was suddenly jarred awake by screaming. Stumbling over things in the dark, Harwood was confused and disorientated as the wailing sound continued. Reaching the noise, an irritated... Read more »

Band Nerds are winners,too

Rowan Armour

November 19, 2010
Filed under Opinion

Band nerds, losers, nobodies; these are some of the derogatory terms that band kids have to hear. Why is it that band kids are thought of as nerds and not as people? We have friends and parents and pets just like everyone else.... Read more »

Yoyo’s Frozen Yogurt

Rachel Sloan

November 17, 2010
Filed under Opinion

Yoyo's Frozen Yogurt 1335 E. Whitestone Blvd Building E-200 Cedar Park, TX 78613 512-259-2818 As I entered Yoyo’s I saw no waiters, no ice cream bar and no hostess podium, only tables as far as the eye could see... Read more »

Swim

Nick Hage

November 15, 2010
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Diving into the new season, the swim team has started strong in their first few meets, thanks in part to the doubling of the team’s size from last year. In two duals and three invitationals, the team has brought home more than... Read more »

Bus Riding: The Beginning Years to Now

Samantha Arreola

November 15, 2010
Filed under News/Events

Riding the bus every day, morning and afternoon, is quite annoying especially for juniors at.  As we get further in our high school years, the bus gets more crowded and there is a higher chance of sitting... Read more »

ASL 70′s Days

Shell Spencer

November 15, 2010
Filed under News/Events

Students stepped back to the time of peace signs and bell bottoms last Thursday and Friday in Michelle Wilkinson’s American Sign Language classes. ASL classes wore groovy threads while using their vocabulary skills to sign songs... Read more »

Cross Country Final Scores

Dominique Price

November 15, 2010
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Spikes check. Trainers, check. Sweats, check.Watch, check. Racers? Check! All the necessities that were needed for the rouse cross country team to run their district meet at Old Settlers Park. “We went in knowing it would... Read more »

Trunk or Treat

Mikaela Moore

November 15, 2010
Filed under News/Events

Instead of going door to door, elementary school children were going trunk to trunk Oct. 30 at the school’s first-ever Trunk or Treat. The event was a safe alternative for elementary students instead of trick or treating in... Read more »

Bones

Shelly Spencer

November 15, 2010
Filed under Opinion

Fox Thursdays at 7 p.m. The writers of Bones have done it again. The new season brought back all the characters from last year along with the experiences they’ve had. They come home early to help solve a case to save Cam’s... Read more »

Trends Back in Style

Shelly Spencer

November 15, 2010
Filed under Life & Arts

Big sunglasses Sunglasses that cover most of the person’s face have come back from the ‘60s. Now they have new varieties of sizes, shape and colors. Skinny jeans It may surprise you, but skinny jeans aren’t a new... Read more »

Thanksgiving Editorial

Okairi Torres

November 15, 2010
Filed under Opinion

Strolling to the kitchen you can almost taste the sweet salty skin of the turkey that is balanced perfectly with the meat. The stuffing being made at the same time and let’s not forget the pumpkin pie. You can’t wait to sit... Read more »

Pep Rally Performance

Rachel Sloan

November 11, 2010
Filed under News/Events, Top Stories

The last pep rally for the 2010 football season was held, Nov.5. One of the student activities was an air guitar contest, where the winners received the instruments they competed with. Two representatives were sent down to compete... Read more »