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Design: Christmas survival guide

Amber Luther September 14, 2021

Editor's note: This design won second place  for double truck layout in the Press Women of Texas high school journalism contest.

Design: Board member suggests drug testing

Design: Board member suggests drug testing

Tara Connick May 22, 2021

Editor’s note: This design won first place for double truck layout in the Press Women of Texas high school journalism contest. It went on to earn second place for the same category in the National Federation...

Design: Back on the pitcher's mound

Design: Back on the pitcher’s mound

Emily Seiler May 22, 2021

Editor's note: This design won honorable mention for graphics and photo illustration in the Press Women of Texas high school journalism contest.

Design: Gouda eats

Design: Gouda eats

Emily Seiler May 22, 2021

Editor's note: This design won first place for single page layout in the Press Women of Texas high school journalism contest. It went on to earn honorable mention for the same category in the National...

Junior Luke Smith and a Lewsiville player reach for the ball,
which was passed by junior Zane Hicke.

Photos: Finishing strong

Maya Hernandez and Brooke Luther May 15, 2021

Editor's note: This photo story won first place for print photo stories in the ILPC contest. The varsity boys basketball team played against the Lewisville Farmers on Feb. 2. The Marauders started the...

Senior wide receiver J. Micheal Sturdivant runs past Prosper players after catching the football.

Photo portfolio: Dallas Morning News

Brooke Luther May 5, 2021

Editor’s note: This portfolio won the Dallas Morning News high school journalism contest for photo portfolios and visual sweepstakes.

Photography teacher Kathy Toews keeps cameras on a wall in her classroom. They are all different ages and models.

Life in snapshots

Shriya Mukkavilli April 15, 2021

When students enter photography teacher Kathy Toews’ classroom, their eyes are drawn to the left wall of the classroom. Cameras hang along it, ranging from the film cameras of the early 1900s to...

It has been about a year since the COVID-19 pandemic put students' lives on hold, causing an increase in anxiety and loneliness.

Lost connections

Sophia Craig and Shriya Mukkavilli April 12, 2021

The pandemic has taken a toll on students’ mental health. According to a study done by the KFF, a national health polling institution, 56 percent of young adults reported symptoms of anxiety or depressive...

Review: ‘Seaspiracy’ reinforces anti-Asian racism

Madi Olivier April 12, 2021

The Netflix documentary “Seaspiracy” made waves after its release on March 24, quickly climbing its way up the ranks to the top ten films on the platform. It follows filmmaker Ali Tabrizi around...

Sophomore Sydney Barros performs a floor routine at her first international competition in Jesolo, Italy in 2018.

Reaching for the rings

Sophia Craig April 10, 2021

When Carine Barros signed her daughter, sophomore Sydney Barros, up for gymnastics as a 6 year old, she never could have imagined that 10 years later, she would be one of the top 50 gymnasts in the country....

Briarhill Middle School student Audrey Gronberg and her mother, Kim, welcomed donors during the bone marrow drive on Jan. 9. Over 300 people drove through to register
as donors.

#AudreyStrong

Muna Nnamani April 9, 2021

When Briarhill Middle School student Audrey Gronberg went for a routine doctor’s appointment on Dec. 8, 2020, her mother, Kim, wasn’t expecting a call back from the endocrinologist. “The doctor...

Freshman Chris Noe was diagnosed with leukemia in May 2019. He is now one year cancer free and playing baseball for the school. Chris said that throughout treatment, he never gave up on his goal of returning to the field.

Photo: Back on the pitcher’s mound

Brooke Luther April 5, 2021

Editor’s note: This photo was named a superior sports feature photo in the 2021 TAJE Best of Texas contest.

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