Always Putting it Off

February 11, 2019

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Procrastination is putting things off intentionally. In other words, to be slow or late on doing something that should be done.  Do you wait until the last minute to do an assignment, study for an important exam, or complete ...

Saving America With Food

February 11, 2019

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The United States hasn’t  experienced this many problems with food, health, or diet since World War II. As the States began to climb out of the Great Depression and the economy began to rise, more goods and services were re...

The American Diet Kills

February 4, 2019

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     The United States is known for many things: our culture, our diversity, and our unique form of government to name a few. However, if there is one thing that citizens of other nations and Americans know about is our die...

Diamond in the ruff

February 4, 2019

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Anxiety and clinical depression are two very common disorders that many people may encounter during their life. According to the Child Mind Institute, “Nearly one in three adolescents (31.9%) will meet criteria for an anxiety disorder by...

Mental Health Causes Major Issues in High School

February 4, 2019

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Starting high school is typically very hard on teens. There are new people, new environment, new teachers, mixed with all the people you are already used to. The latter still doesn’t change the fact that every student is a li...

Run, hide, and fight back

February 4, 2019

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Run, Hide, and Fight Back By: Staff Reporter Debbie Williams   As Americans we have a new epidemic on our hands: school shootings. In 2018 alone, over 100 people were killed or injured due to school shootings. D...

The Marines – The Toughest and Hardest Branch in The Military

December 7, 2018

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Our armed forces are always a president's phone call away, anywhere, anytime and any day. There are multiple phases of every branch and the trainings can get rigorous. The military prepares recruits  for the extreme and makes str...

Being New

November 30, 2018

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Moving to Caddo Mills from Mesquite I didn’t quite know what to expect other than a small town. One of the first things to stand out to me wasn’t just the size of the school, but the homey feeling I got from the classroo...

The New Girl

November 30, 2018

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When I moved into my new home, I began to feel all of the emotions I told myself I wouldn’t get. I did not want to accept the idea that I was the new girl AGAIN. I would  never have thought after living in Little Elm for 6 year...

Why the health aren’t we doing this?

November 16, 2018

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From 2007 to 2016, The American obesity rate has increased from 36.2% to 42.8% in adults aging from 40 to 59, according to Center for Disease Control and Prevention. This is an alarming statistic that has climaxed for the worse...

Stress from the state test

November 16, 2018

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    A famous quote many of us have heard from our teachers is, “I am only preparing you for your test”. The TAKS, STAAR, SAT, and ACT are all test we are familiar with, and once a year we have to take at least one of th...

Only YOU Can Control the Outcome

Dax Reyes, Staff Reporter

November 16, 2018

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Using disabilities as insult is not funny or cool. You can’t control the ones around, but you can control yourself. The Golden rule “treat others how you want to be treated”. When using phrases  like, “you’re retar...

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