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Students discuss holiday choices

Josie Krueger, Sean Mullins and Rosa Parks,
Contributing Writers

Halloween approaches, and students make decisions about celebratory traditions, activities and costumes.

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Give Me Comfort

The combination of a bright moon, a restless mind, and Rosa Parks madly scratching beside me woke me up in the middle of the night. My little dog’s allergies are worst this time of year, and they manifest in red, itchy ears. 518 more words


On the Wall 3

Liberty, equality, humanity, friendship, sharing.  The coy, doe-eyed girl may not look as if she’s modeled on a fearless political activist but the hair says it all.   137 more words


​Rosa Louise McCauley Parks

​Title: Rosa Louise McCauley Parks

Celebrating black history month.


Makings of a Hero

All of us have at least one person we’ve looked up to at some point in our lives. I imagine what defines a person as a hero for people is as unique as we each are as individuals. 497 more words


Music lover comes to high school to teach English

Rosa Parks
Contributing Writer

Gwyndolyn Savens, English teacher, has three minors from the University of Texas, which she loved attending, especially because it’s the “Live Music Capital of the World.” 141 more words


Non-Violence to Violence

“In 1955 in Montgomery, Alabama, Rosa Parks, an African-American woman hand-picked by the NAACP, refused to give up her seat on a bus to a white man. 4,114 more words