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No amount of “likes” will save the planet

By: Emily Stein

September 27, 2019

We live fully digital lives using technology for everything: socialization, creative projects, and especially to get our news. Lately, it seems as though every day I open my social media, my timeline is flooded with some uncited post about the declining environment being reposted by everyone I know. I see #SaveTheTurtles, #S...

The headphone policy isn’t that bad

By: Briana Davis

September 4, 2019

In an effort to increase communication and attentiveness in students, Judson High School has enacted a new headphone policy that bans the usage of headphones on campus.  Many students felt like this was a punishment and completely unnecessary. As a campus - and generation - we’ve grown used to the privilege of headphones f...

Young Republicans have a voice too

By: Brooklyn Ellis

August 29, 2019

Donald Trump is well considered one of the most controversial presidents in this great country's history. Along with him and his posse of the ever-hungry press comes an army of supporters, which include me. To clarify, I agree with most of the policies that President Trump has and seeks to implement. I’m sure you’re p...

Celebrating 60 Years of Judson High School

Celebrating 60 Years of Judson High School

August 28, 2019

Family. Friends. Tradition. Pride. Sixty years of launching Rockets and 60 years of taking those fo...

2019-2020 Volleyball Preview

2019-2020 Volleyball Preview

August 27, 2019

The Lady Rockets were training all summer to prepare for the upcoming 2019- 2020 volleyball season. T...

2019-2020 Football Preview

2019-2020 Football Preview

August 21, 2019

With the season around the corner, many people are doubting the Judson Rockets, following the change i...

Stay positive through the hard times

By: Hanna Perkins

May 10, 2019

Throughout my last four years of high school, I have learned many things. What has stuck out to me most is to always appreciate what you have and strive to do more for yourself. I moved to Converse from Amarillo five years ago. Little did I know it was going to completely change my life. I left behind my home town, many f...

Embrace your struggles. Embrace your changes.

By: Izabella DeLaGarza

May 10, 2019

Nobody could have ever predicted high school would play out like this for me - that I would have experienced what I have, achieved what I have, became the person I have become. Nobody is going to be shocked to hear it wasn’t easy either. You are most likely going to face challenges if you haven’t already. Whether it i...

A Celebration of Black History

A Celebration of Black History

February 28, 2019

Every year since 1970, February has been dedicated to the knowledge and importance of the African Ameri...

This year is a year about new responsibilities

By: Alexandra Villanueva

January 16, 2019

I don’t know about you, but for me, 2018 was the absolute worst. All the way to the end - my mom’s car got a flat tire on New Year’s Eve. When the bells rang to start off 2018, I was excited. I thought that nothing could be as bad as 2017, in the middle of my insane freshmen year and almost losing my mind. Boy, wa...

Breaking boundaries in high school sports journalism

Breaking boundaries in high school sports journalism

December 11, 2018

Since I was a young girl, a typical start to my day has always incorporated listening to ESPN whenever it w...

Young voters need to be the change they wish to see in the world

By: Izabella DeLaGarza

December 11, 2018

The current political state is one that has become more influenced by the younger generations, especially those that can vote. Issues such as equality, gun control, and student-debt have lit a fire in millennials. Especially in the last midterm elections, something of a voting revolution was sparked in young voters. They bec...

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