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Houston Forensic Science Center program
Houston Forensic Science Center program
March 4, 2021

Dear Longhorns, The Houston Forensic Science Center is offering a program open to students who will be high school juniors or seniors...

Dual Credit registration open
Dual Credit registration open
March 3, 2021

Howdy Longhorns! Dual Credit registration for summer and fall/spring is now open! We've got everything you need to know on...

The apocolypse has come, and the Raiders are coming.
A Cross of Mad Max and Minecraft: Crossout
February 26, 2021

Crossout is a multiplayer game that tries its hardest to be the best of both worlds. It tries to bring the creativity of Minecraft with the post-apocalyptic style and colors...

The Queen
The Queen's Gambit: A Limited Series
February 10, 2021

*Spoiler alert The Queen's Gambit, written and directed by Scott Frank and Allan Scott, gradually shows the life of Beth Harmon, an orphan who grows into being a chess...

Bitcoin allows a person to buy products like normal currency, just without the need of a bank.
Is Bitcoin Worth It?
By Eryn Rainer, Staff Writer • January 20, 2021

As technology progresses, the world around us does too. From futuristic cars to online shopping, it was only a matter of time before electronic currency would be on the rise....

The movie Clouds is available to view on Disney Plus.
Clouds: A Heart-Wrenching Movie
By Ashley Wandling, Staff Writer • January 20, 2021

The hit Disney Plus movie Clouds is based on a true story about a teenager named Zach Sobiech who is battling more than just the struggles of high school. When his cancer...

Booker T. Washington posing for a formal picture as he was a well known educator and writer.
Who is Booker T. Washington?
By Keely Telford, Staff Photographer • March 1, 2021

Booker Taliaferro Washington was born on April 5, 1856 in Virginia. He grew up with his mother, his father and his siblings. His mother was a...

Nina Simone is still influential in the music industry, many years after her death.
Nina Simone: The Singer of the Black Revolution
By Brenna Buchanan, Staff Writer • February 28, 2021

Nina Simone was an American singer-songwriter and civil rights activist who had a great influence on the American music scene. Throughout her...

Tyson, who rose to stardom as an actress in the 1970s, was photographed in New York City.
A Loving Tribute to Cicely Tyson
By Bailey Taylor, Staff Writer • February 26, 2021

Whether it was a screen, a Television or a stage, Ms. Cicely Tyson blossomed, breaking the way for many more Black entertainers, especially Black women. Tyson grew up in...

Abrams in the streets campaigning for Biden and Harris in Las Vegas.
All Hail Stacey Abrams
By Bailey Taylor, Staff Writer • February 4, 2021

There was a time where Georgia held many discriminative strategies within their state. In the 1960s, the runoff system was developed to diminish the Black vote and give white...

The #MeToo movement took hold in South Korea in 2018, and since then there has been a push for change in South Korea
South Korea: The Defense of the Desecrated
By Zenobia Wiley, Editor • January 8, 2021

TRIGGER WARNING: RAPE   SEOUL— It happened 12 years ago, on the morning of December 11. The girl was merely eight years old at the time. Na-young (not her...

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Hundreds of thousands of people are losing their homes as the Islamic State gains further control of Mozambique.
Mozambique: The Cruelty of the Callous
By Zenobia Wiley, Editor • December 8, 2020

CABO DELGADO—The attacks were an initiation rite to induct teenage boys into manhood. A possible retaliation for governmental efforts to take control. The Islamic...

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Howdie Mr. Tran!

By Bukola Moyosore, Staff Writer
January 29, 2021

The Wrangler: What is the best part about being a teacher?  Mr. Tran: My best part about being a teacher is seeing a light bulb go off when students are trying to learn. “Ohh I understand that,”...

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Howdie Diya Verma!

By Sabrina Lara, Staff Writer
November 8, 2020

The Wrangler: How do you feel about online classes? Verma: Online classes have been pretty stressful, and I think it's because teachers have been giving huge workloads to students without considering...

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Howdie Mrs. Hunt!

By Keely Telford, Staff Photographer
October 24, 2020

The Wrangler: What college did you go to and what degree(s) did you earn? Hunt: I went to Texas Christian University and have a Bachelor of Science in Education and a Masters in Education. The Wrangler:...

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Howdie Mrs. Colleen Kroeker!

By Ethan McGinty, Staff Writer
October 20, 2020

The Wrangler: Being the Newspaper teacher, what are some of your favorite memories? Kroeker: Our trips to San Antonio to attend the TAJE Fall Fiesta conference will always bring warm memories. Taking...

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Howdie Ms. Hill!

By Kabria Earp, Staff Writer
October 20, 2020

 The Wrangler: What made you start teaching? Ms. Hill: Honestly, I was fresh out of college with an English degree and I wanted to travel the world and write. However, life happened, and I discovered...

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Howdie Ruth Oguntope!

By Ethan McGinty, Staff Writer
October 7, 2020

The Wrangler: What is it like to be on the Varsity Track team? Oguntope: I haven't been on Varsity for long, but it feels natural, for [lack of] better words. The Wrangler: What’s one major difference...

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