“Pac-Man is my Favorite App!”

March 28, 2014
Filed under Opinion

The words ring, echoing around my head. I’d been asked the while swim testing a little girl at work earlier that week, and it just would not leave me be. It started as she’d approached me, resting in the lifeguard shack... Read more »

Senior regrets and advice

Micaelea LaPeer, Features Editor

February 13, 2014
Filed under Opinion

Even if you’re not going to UT or Texas State and staying in Tomball for Lone Star, senior year can be stressful if you aren’t prepared for it. As a senior, I’m swamped with stresses like prom, college decisions, and scholarships.... Read more »

More support needed for college-bound kids

Faith Clause

January 1, 2014
Filed under Opinion

As a prospective university freshman, I personally find the amount of college and career instruction to be severely low in our school system. It seems as if the school is only concerned with a student’s graduation. The Advanced... Read more »

Big game a big deal to new kid

Hazel Smith, Staff Writer

November 5, 2013
Filed under Opinion

Coming to Tomball High School the day before a huge rivalry football game is very confusing, not to mention a tad-bit stressful. I had no idea what to think or what questions needed to be asked. Then being asked to go record the... Read more »

Editorial: School still has history on its side

October 15, 2013
Filed under Opinion

Since the opening of Tomball Memorial, we have found ourselves asking again and again; what separates us from them? What keeps us on the map, against our neighbors with a brand new campus,... Read more »

Minimum wage jobs prepare students for careers

Leanne Haas, Editor

September 11, 2013
Filed under Opinion

There’s more to a job than making money, though money is quite nice and useful. And it’s an old cliche that “hard work builds character” that a parent or grandparent might instill in their young offspring-... Read more »