The Cougar Claw

Women uniting as one to combat sexual harassment

Erika Molina, Senior Writer

August 28, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Being a woman in a society dominated mostly by men is not easy. Sometimes that is due to culture. Society has always been more accommodating towards men. We see it everywhere: In the sports world, it is evident that those spo...

Save Net Neutrality

Save Net Neutrality

March 11, 2018

Editorial: Save Net Neutrality

The Cougar Claw Staff

February 26, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

Net neutrality is when internet service providers give their customers access to everything on the internet at one set speed. The repeal of net neutrality means that internet companies will be able to charge customers to access...

Don’t Flip, it’s a Flop

Emily Ashlock, Editor-in-Chief

February 22, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Education has taken a turn in a new direction with the flipped classroom, an educational theory which has students watching video lessons at home and doing homework during their class time. This education trend has yet to be w...

Editorial: Voters should back bond election

Cougar Claw Staff

November 6, 2017

Filed under Editorials, Opinion

Every school year since 2013, Tomball ISD has grown by about 1,000 students. There is no sign of this growth slowing down, and with a predicted student population of 16,793 for next year and 19,288 for the 2021 school year, facilities...

Commentary: Looking back stirs regrets

Samantha Abrahams, Editor-in-Chief

May 19, 2017

Filed under Opinion

As the graduation countdown timer slowly dwindles towards zero, I wanted to share with you my personal high school experience. Maybe some of you will be able to relate. Now, I know you may be thinking this is boring or pointless. “Why...

Times demand return of print edition

Cougar Claw Staff

May 19, 2017

Filed under Editorials

Our school has been through a lot this year. We have coped with drama and basked in accolades. In some cases, the news, positive and critical, has spread beyond the corner of Zion and Quinn. Throughout this past year (as...

Should schools have later start times?

Izzy Cross, Staff writer

May 18, 2017

Filed under Opinion

It’s five o’clock and the alarm is going off again. Now it’s the scramble to get up, get ready, and make it to school before the first bell rings at 7:15 a.m. That’s a pretty early start time for school. The reasoning...

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