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Neither candidate is a good choice

Neither candidate is a good choice

October 20, 2016

The 2016 U.S. Presidential Election is on Tuesday, November 8, 2016. It’s the day for many American...

San Antonio deserves the Raiders

San Antonio deserves the Raiders

By: Nathan Fowler

January 21, 2016

Filed under Editorials, Sports

On January 12, 2016, an NFL committee finalized the decision for the St. Louis Rams and San Diego Chargers...

Books should not be banned

Books should not be banned

By: Denesha Dean

January 8, 2016

Filed under Editorials

The importance of reading is something you hear about all your life. No matter what the genre the book...

The true purpose of volunteering

By: Gabrielle Ponds

January 7, 2016

Filed under Editorials

Throughout the year, volunteering is a great way to spread love and joy throughout your community. However, those who have to complete community service for a big project or to pass a class may lose sight of the importance of helping out those in need. People are more than hours. Remembering this will help to maximize the loving...

Students should embrace student tutoring

Students should embrace student tutoring

December 11, 2015

Tutoring is a time for students to catch up and get help from teachers. However, tutoring does not always...

Where’s the Rocket Pride?

By: Jennifer Gutierrez

November 20, 2015

Filed under Editorials

Some people may think that Rocket Pride is just about wearing the school colors. However, school pride is a gateway that may lead us to believe in something bigger than ourselves. Pride can be extremely contagious, but it’s more than wearing school colors and randomly screaming "Go Rockets." School pride comes from within. ...

Scholarships are worth the work

By: Gabrielle Ponds

November 5, 2015

Filed under Editorials

For high school students, the idea of college is as scary as it is exciting. When discussing which college to attend, the topic of price is always brought up. It’s no secret that college is very expensive. It’s also well known that scholarships can help cut the cost significantly. Unfortunately, many kids are reluctant to...

Bring back the lip dub

October 19, 2015

Filed under Editorials

From the Hammerbowl to extravagant homecomings, Food Fest and Dig Pink, Judson High School has been known for numerous spirited fall activities and traditions. Unfortunately, this year’s lip dub has been cut from the school’s list. One of the greatest parts of the lip dub is simply the fact that all of Judson’s clubs...

There is no need for small talk

By: Denesha Dean

September 16, 2015

Filed under Columns, Editorials

Being an introvert and hating small talk go hand in hand. Almost like peanut butter and jelly go together. There’s just something about small talk that rankles me. If we’re not trying to make a connection, then what do we need to talk for? Small talk is never necessary, ever! People perceive silence as boring, but there’s...

The affects of technology ruining the human relationship

By: Emilee Rodriguez

September 11, 2015

Filed under Columns, Editorials

The advancement of technology certainly has its pros and cons. Although technology might also connect us with many different cultures, trends, and beliefs, it also detaches us from the true meaning of communication. Long afternoons outside playing until the street lights switched on became binge watching Netflix until 3am. Technology...

Students should pay more attention to the 2016 Presidential Election

By: Gabrielle Ponds

September 8, 2015

Filed under Editorials

It’s no secret that all over the country, adults are eagerly anticipating the 2016 Presidential Election. However, young adults tend to pay less attention to these affairs despite them being on Twitter’s trending topic list. Even though most adolescents aren’t able to vote, it’s important to increase their knowledge...

Texas Should Repeal HB 2543

Texas Should Repeal HB 2543

May 10, 2015

Teachers are often asked many senseless questions; from their income to their benefits, from their “easy...

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