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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...

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...

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...

Extra Curriculars Eat Time

Gloriana Stolle

October 22, 2010

Filed under Opinion

One of the many challenges of high school is stress. Many high school students tend to feel overwhelmed with classes, keeping their grades up, extracurriculars. Time management becomes very important and procrastination...

The Perfect Dress

Caitlin Topham

October 22, 2010

Filed under Opinion

As I turned around the corner, I saw it. It was laying on display across a bed. It was perfect, my dream dress. I slowly walked toward it, stopping every few seconds to make sure I wasn’t dreaming. It was white and poufy, with...

Beats and Reps

Kate Pate

October 22, 2010

Filed under Opinion

“Reset. Come on guys pull that string. Band-ten- hut,” Mr. Crochet, the band director, blares over us on the black top. It’s 5:45 p.m. and we’ve still got 30 minutes of rehearsal left. There is a collective sigh across...

The worst first date

Shelly Spencer

October 5, 2010

Filed under Opinion

A year ago, this Friday I had the worst first date I’ve ever had. I was going to Forthcoming with my best friend Nick Hage.  At first he just asked me to Forthcoming, but the week of Forthcoming a friend of mine told him...

Students Spreading the “News”

Rachel Sloan

October 5, 2010

Filed under Opinion

Her face turned. Her face contorted into an expression that hurt to look at. And right away she knew it was her they were talking about. It was the rumor. High school is filled with small, nagging things. Homework, stress, ...

Snap into the Fad

Kate Pate

September 29, 2010

Filed under Life & Arts, Opinion, Top Stories

Snap! Ever heard the sound of a rubber band attacking human flesh? Snap! Ever seen it happen or had it happen to you? Snap! Have you ever had a rubber band in the shape of a heart whip against your bare skin? What about the shape...

A Junior’s Column

Rowan Armour

September 13, 2010

Filed under Opinion

Rouse High School has been open for two years and is now starting its third, which means that there are now juniors. Juniors are the reigning Alpha class of Rouse High School and the majority have been here since freshman year....

Keeping in Touch

Mikaela Moore & Sam Arreola

May 28, 2010

Filed under Opinion

Summer is right around the corner and you can definitely tell. The humidity is rising, pools are opening, and school is winding down. Some will be leaving town, while others will stay around. Either way, it’ll be a challenge...

Does Facebook Make You Dumber?

Mikaela Moore

May 24, 2010

Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Facebook is a very popular and widely used networking site. Most everybody has this some-what addicting website as a favorite on their computer or even an “app” on their iphone. Even though Facebook is clearly popular and...

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