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Make-A-Wish Day: LOCO partners with Mod On Trend for fundraiser

Make-A-Wish Day: LOCO partners with Mod On Trend for fundraiser

Angie Jia, Convergent Media Writer

18 minutes ago

Longhorn Council (LOCO) is holding a fundraiser at Mod On Trend, a local boutique, Nov. 16 in support of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.  The event was set up because Mod On Trend previously worked with senior and Make-A-Wish ambassador Madi Foppe who modeled in their fashion show last year. “Mod actually reach...

CyberSecurity Club boots up for international competition

CyberSecurity Club boots up for international competition

Kathryn McAuliffe, Conceptual Editor-in-Chief Intern

October 25, 2019

Routers humming, screens aglow and fingers typing, CyberSecurity Club prepares for their upcoming international competition Saturday, Oct. 26. As part of CyberPatriot, an international organization dedicated to youth cyber education, the team will compete in hopes of attending nationals later this year.  “I ...

Warming heads and hearts: We Dine Together joins the Hat not Hate movement

Warming heads and hearts: We Dine Together joins the Hat not Hate movement

Leah Schroeder, Staff Writer

October 22, 2019

Students wearing winter hats is not something that you expect to see during 90 degrees weather, but these hats did more than make members of the We Dine Together club sweat. After pairing with Hat not Hate, a national program that aims to eradicate bullying through the creation of hand-knit blue hats, ...

Table Tennis Club kickstarts legacy with all-day tournament

Table Tennis Club kickstarts legacy with all-day tournament

Nayeon Ryu, Video Editor

October 17, 2019

With a crew of 60 trailing behind in support, Table Tennis Club co-founders and juniors Skyler Ji and Justin Xu kickstart their club by initializing a community-wide table tennis tournament.  The first Table Tennis Fall Classic is being held in the main gym Saturday, Oct. 18 from 1 to 5 p.m. Tic...

Students and faculty react to ACT’s updates effective September 2020

Students and faculty react to ACT’s updates effective September 2020

Lydia Roseman, News and Sports Editor

October 11, 2019

In the height of college application season, seniors in particular are scrambling to compile their highest test scores to send to their dream schools. Not yet at this stage, juniors and even underclassmen are going from study groups to workbooks to tutors to prepare for the often dreaded ACT. Effectiv...

The future of bell schedules

The future of bell schedules

Susie Seidel, Convergence Media Editor

October 4, 2019

Students stay after school hoping their teacher hasn’t left before their question is answered, teachers working at multiple schools fly into the parking lot to make the bell and members of off-campus programs struggle to make schedules line up. As each Parkway high school operates within a different sch...

Red Cross Club hosts first blood drive in more than two decades

Red Cross Club hosts first blood drive in more than two decades

Nayeon Ryu, Video Editor

October 3, 2019

Heart beating and blood pumping, senior Harjeev Singh submits his request for a new school event: a blood drive. Since the end of his junior year, Singh has worked to establish the Red Cross Club and organize the first blood drive in more than two decades. The blood drive will be held Oct. 5 from 10 a....

New Yoga class relieves students minds

New Yoga class relieves students minds

Tre Bell, Staff Writer

October 1, 2019

Unrolling mats onto the floor of the weight room, 22 girls and two boys work to calm their minds and increase their physical well-being. “What we are trying to do is focus on not just the physical aspect of P.E. but also the mental and emotional aspect too–flexibility, strength and mindfulnes...

Students speak up about the cost of senior year

Students speak up about the cost of senior year

Lydia Roseman, News and Sports Editor

September 30, 2019

Public education is free, right? Not exactly. The local taxpayer provides the funding for the education itself, but there is a litany of items and events, especially for seniors, that cost money–and lots of it. These dollar-guzzling opportunities range from senior traditions like Mr. Longhorn to the colleg...

Fighting stigmas and the Pink Tax by ‘Going with the Flow’

Fighting stigmas and the Pink Tax by ‘Going with the Flow’

Brinda Ambal, Staff Writer

September 27, 2019

Period. Any mention of this word will probably result in a flurry of teenage boys scurrying to distance themselves from the speaker as fast as humanly possible.  However, sophomores Anna Newberry and Mira Nalbandian created the club Go with the Flow in hopes of destigmatizing periods, providing ea...

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