Opinion

The Needed Covid-19 Dress Code

Tess Howicz, Editor And Chief

September 18, 2020

In compliance with their original promise, our school along with many other Texas schools have reopened in the third week of the school year. This allows students for whom online classes are impractical to attend their classes. As a p...

Delayed Response

Delayed Response

March 25, 2020

We Need To Talk About Mental Health

Tess Howicz, Staff Reporter

March 2, 2020

Suicide is the 2nd most common cause of death for Texan youth today. An average student in 2020 is likely to suffer from mental issues like an anxiety disorder or depression due to school and social media. Some might not even real...

5 Underrated Artists You Need To Listen To

Aftyn Cardwell, Staff Reporter

February 25, 2020

  We’re all aware of the many popular artists of today, but popular artists aren’t the only ones who make music. There are many great artists who aren’t as well known as they should be and deserve much more attent...

Therapy With Schools

Lance Still and Kayla Martin

February 25, 2020

Within the past 60 years suicide rates in the United States have quadroupled for males and doubled for females. For every 100-200 attempts, there’s 1 completed youth suicide. In Texas, suicide is the 2nd leading cause of dea...

Pep Rally Repression

Lindsey Parker, senior reporter

December 11, 2018

The ideal high school experience is commonly filled with football games, face paint, and pep rallies. Much of the student body participates in one way or another, whether it be through cheer leading, singing school songs, or one...

Coverage Cutback

Lindsey Parker, reporter

May 24, 2017

Nearly 90% of Americans are covered with health insurance, and 22.1 million of those people are covered with the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare. Following Trump’s inauguration, the President is now pushing to...

jenna ruiz, reporter

May 24, 2017

The Prowler published a feature story covering student Gabriella Briceno’s alleged battle with depression in the March issue. Staff reporter Jenna Ruiz wrote the story. After notification and subsequent investigation, the story...

A Conflict of Credibility

Jenna Ruiz, reporter

May 24, 2017

Forming false data and information in a publication or essay is on the rise in academics and journalism. According to Donald McCabe of Rutgers University, 14 percent of students admitted to fabricating or falsifying a story...

Insidious Internet

Staff Ed, Reporter

February 3, 2017

When teenagers get home from school, one of the first things they do is log onto Facebook and look through their feed, posting, liking, commenting and then, watching. Although posted videos usually show mind-blowing facts or h...

Undue Stress

Undue Stress

January 31, 2017

Crooked Coverage

Syeda Gilani, Editor-in-chief

January 31, 2017

Women cry on TV in Columbus, Ohio, protesters march on the Capital’s steps and officials wave flags through the White House lawn, yet no one seems to notice the trend. While women’s rights are a sensitive and serious topic for ...

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