Say Yes to the Prom Dress

Leslie Ojeda, Editor May 23, 2024

As the year comes to an end, seniors get ready to participate in special events such as prom and graduation. Students start to plan their outfits and dates sometimes even from the beginning of the year.  The...

Junior Jasiah Ivery views the eclipse on April 8.

Eclipses: Blindingly Beautiful

Eliot Morgan, Staff Writer May 23, 2024

Dallas experienced a total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024. This once in a lifetime occurrence impacted many, but left even more confused. What is a solar eclipse? Why are they so dangerous to look at?...

Creative Composition

Melanie Veloz Lopez, Staff Writer May 6, 2024

Senior Kevin Gomez Escobar is one of the top 10 winners of the Visual Arts in the Dialogue Institute Dallas Art Contest. His drawing “The Art of Life” had the planet Earth in the middle put together...

Work Starts Here

Melanie Veloz Lopez, Staff Writer May 1, 2023

As the school year comes to a near end, students at Gilbreath-Reed Career and Technical Center (GRCTC) got an opportunity to experience a career that will be available to them after high school.  GRCTC...

Liz LaClair

Liz LaClair: AVID Advisor

Emily Regalado, Writer April 29, 2021

Elizabeth “Liz” LaClair is the AVID 3 and AVID 4 teacher who helps junior and senior students get into college. AVID’s purpose is to prepare students for their life after high school and make sure...

Games On

Reign Lankford, Writer April 22, 2021

The Olympic games are an international sports festival that is held every four years. The point of these games are to cultivate human beings through sports and also contribute to world peace. The summer...

The Rise in Anti-Asian Hate Crimes

Keila Rubealcaba, Editor-in-Chief April 16, 2021

Anti-Asian hate crimes have been on the rise since the pandemic started. People believe this happened once there was news that COVID-19 first originated in Wuhan, China, while others have blamed former...

Head Coach and Athletic Director Miller Moves to Frisco ISD

Michael Hierro, Writer March 5, 2021

Three weeks ago the Head Football Coach and Athletic Coordinator Coach Kendall Miller took the job at newly built Emerson High School in Frisco. After nearly a decade at Lakeview, he will now take on his...

The Origins of Black History Month

Reign Lankford, Writer March 1, 2021

Black History Month was not always a thing and the appreciation of Black/African Americans Month wasn’t nationally recognized until 1976. It began as a three week celebration. The precursor of Black...

The Legacy of Chadwick Boseman

Emily Regalado, Writer September 10, 2020

Fans across the world were devastated with the loss of the actor Chadwick Boseman on the night of August 28th. A statement released on his Twitter from his spokesperson confirmed the passing of the 43-year-old...

Ways to Stay Organized During Online Schooling

Emily Regalado, Writer / Photographer April 2, 2020

Virtual classrooms have come upon us by surprise. Zoom and Google Meet have replaced the normal classrooms we are used to, and they have made us organize our classes by ourselves. To some, completing assignments...

Parents are Receiving Twice as Much Work Now

Keila Rubealcaba, Writer April 2, 2020

With the recent events surrounding the coronavirus, many schools across the U.S. are closed until further notice or have closed for the academic year.  The schools who have closed for the time being...

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