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‘The Rise of Skywalker’ Captivates Audiences

https://www.starwars.com/films/star-wars-episode-ix-the-rise-of-skywalker

Jatai Cunningham, Staff Writer

February 13, 2020

Known as perhaps the most popular franchise for generations, Star Wars released "Star Wars:The Rise of Skywalker" on Dec. 20 and it was nominated for two Academy awards. It was popular among the fans of the franchise and personally, I was interested in seeing what the hype was all about, so I watched...

Mysterious Netflix Show Intrigues Audiences

Mysterious Netflix Show Intrigues Audiences

Alyssa Reyes, Staff Writer

February 12, 2020

Most people say there’s not many good shows on Netflix anymore, but the show "You" is an exception. Trust me, "you" are in store for a surprise. It never gets boring because Joe is the main character and he lets the audience know what he’s going to do and makes it interesting and mysterious. This...

Livestock show to offer opportunity to win college money, awards

Sophomore Nathan Atkinson looks forward to winning more awards at the Nueces County Junior Livestock show. He will be showing a heifer and a pig at the competition. Events will be held Jan. 9-18 at the Richard M. Borchard Regional Fairgrounds in Robstown.

Olivia Colburn and John Bendele

January 10, 2020

Young people around the county area are preparing for the 85th annual Nueces County Junior Livestock Show. They have had their animals for months and have been carefully taking care of them for this year’s show. More than 1,400 youth participate in over 4,900 projects at NCJLS, which is at t...

Atrium changes hands

Snowball, one of three atrium rabbits, sits beneath a table on a sunny day, Nov. 25.

Olivia Colburn, Managing Editor

November 26, 2019

Some students walk past the atrium without a second thought, missing the way the rabbits quietly hop along the edge of the plants or around a table. The students who do take time to look at the atrium see the various plants it has, and the rabbit plant control.  Susan Presley, a biology teacher, t...

Seventies band AC/DC still relevant to students

Listening to AC/DC makes junior Darren Quinones

Jake Million, Staff Writer

November 25, 2019

Alone in class, doing his work, junior Darren Quinones listens to one of his favorite classic rock bands, AC/DC.  Even during the ride home from school Quinones will hear the original tunes of AC/DC and many other classic rock bands such as, Rolling Stones, Def Leppard and Queen. Classic rock ba...

Audio/Video Students Create Film for Class Contest

Billy Wumeburger, Dale Lamb and Brody Ford are filming the movie 'Keyster' for the A/V class contest.

John Bendele, Emiliano Zapata, & Aaron Sullivan, Reporter's

April 23, 2019

Students in the Principles of Audio/Video Technology class are participating in a contest using what they learned throughout the school year to create a five to 10 minute film. This is a project that broadcast adviser Dale Lamb assigns each year. “My students are working on a short film on ever...

Poet In The Making

Poet In The Making

Kendall McCall & Amber Ashworth, Reporters

March 7, 2019

As the words unfold, the ink spills out onto the blank paper, unknowingly writing a poem that may just change her life. Alyson Camplain wrote several poems and typed them on a poetry website. One poem took the owners attention and put it in a poem contest, which she is still currently in. "I typed...

One Last KISS

One Last KISS

John Bendele & Aaron Sullivan, Reporters

March 1, 2019

The legendary band, KISS, sold out arenas and rocked the world for over 40 years made local headlines when they performed at the American Bank Center on Feb. 19 during their End of the Road Tour. They played in front of a packed audience that included several students from CHS. “There were a lot...

Student Makes All State Choir

Gracie plans to continue singing in choir in college, and she hopes to perform in an opera.

ClaraGrace Pavelka, Editor In Chief

January 24, 2019

After six months of vocal practice, senior Gracie Wernig won fifth at the state qualifying choir competition. "They called my name and I just started crying," she said. "I don't even remember who they called after that or what they said because I was just sobbing happy tears." The top eight students...

Seniors Enter Their Last Semester

2019 Senior Class Photo, courtesy of Herndon Panoramics.

ClaraGrace Pavelka, Editor In Chief

January 9, 2019

As the school bell rings, signaling the end of another school day, seniors know they are one day closer to graduation. "It feels good and I feel relieved because we are closer to the end of high school," Montgomery Mathisen said. Mathisen's goal for his last year is to get all A's in his classes...

Student Attends Shriner Hospital Anti-Bullying Golf Tournament In Las Vegas

Kaden Bradley golfs in Las Vegas at the Shriner Hospital Anti-Bullying event.

Amber Ashworth, Reporter

December 10, 2018

Walking through the terminal, sophomore Kaden Bradley listens for his plane to be called. “I don't know why they chose me, maybe because I’m funny,” he thinks as waits for his trip to Las Vegas. After a severe accident resulting in burns covering over 76% of his body, Kaden received care...

Lights, Cameras, Lashes

Chantel was super nervous at first, but after she introduced herself she felt more confident and just started having fun.

ClaraGrace Pavelka, Editor In Chief

December 5, 2018

Lights, cameras, and lashes surrounded junior Chantel Karpesky as she prepared for her first beauty pageant, Miss Teen Corpus Christi Latina. “We attended workshops every Sunday and on the big day we each had a makeup and hair style, Karpesky said. Karpesky became involved in pageants through...

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