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How Shake Shack Shook Plano

How Shake Shack Shook Plano

Christian Bryan, Contributor

October 19, 2017


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, News

About nine months ago the 3rd most popular burger chain in the US, Shake Shack, opened up at Legacy West in Plano. What once began as a single hot dog cart quickly spread like wildfire with millions of die-hard fans who swear by their food. Shake Shack is currently most well known for their burgers,...

Saving Lives, One Pint at a Time

Saving Lives, One Pint at a Time

Elizabeth Lohec

October 19, 2017


Filed under Features, News

The bi-annual blood drive at Frisco High School is an opportunity for Frisco Students to give blood and save lives. Two weeks ago, Carter Blood Care came to Frisco, and many brave students signed up to donate. The process includes registering before the drive, screening once you arrive, which means ch...

Giving Back- An opportunity for service.

Giving Back- An opportunity for service.

Maria Lawson, Contributer

October 19, 2017


Filed under Features, News

Community service is a way for high school students to make an impact on the community. From volunteering at hospitals, churches, school events, and so on, students find ways to complete community service to contribute to our society. Volunteering gives people the opportunity to give back and make a...

Two States, One Rivalry

Two States, One Rivalry

Jacob Stayman

October 19, 2017


Filed under News, Sports

The University of Texas versus the University of Oklahoma football game is one of the most intense games when it comes to college football. The rivalry between the two universities has lasted for decades, from 1903 to 2017. The game is referred to as the Red River Rivalry Bowl because the two meet at th...

Public School with a Price Tag

Public School with a Price Tag

Anna Lilly

October 18, 2017


Filed under Features, News

Students that drive a car to school, play any sports, or participate in extracurriculars on campus have noticed some new fees this school year. Many students are concerned because we have not been required to pay these costs in the past. Most students are unaware of the reasons for these new fees, but...

Reach Out

Reach Out

Anna Lilly, Contributor/Editor

October 17, 2017


Filed under Features, News

Depression is a serious topic that gets overlooked by many people in the world, including students at Frisco High. Sometimes if people have not personally experienced depression, they are unaware of its symptoms and signs. It is essential to be educated on this topic so that we can help prevent a lot...

Loco for Hoco!

Loco for Hoco!

Quinlan Dula, Contributor

October 17, 2017


Filed under News

Homecoming is a tradition carried from generation to generation. The special event occurs throughout an entire week, including dress up days, the football game, and of course, the Saturday night dance. During homecoming week, students participate in dress up to get excited about the upcoming dan...

Off-Campus is Off Limits

Off-Campus is Off Limits

Christian Bryan, Contributer

October 17, 2017


Filed under News

Here at Frisco High School, it has always been a question as to why we don’t have off-campus lunch. Many students attending Frisco High wish to have off-campus lunch. However, no one knows why we don’t have it. “I think it would be better for all students to have off-campus lunch because it int...

Homecoming Festivities

Homecoming Festivities

Carson Taguwa, Contributor

October 17, 2017


Filed under Features, News

Homecoming is like a holiday at some high schools, especially in Texas. Homecoming proposals are over the top and the football game is an even bigger deal. At high school campuses, clubs and organizations make efforts to get the student body involved and increase school spirit by decorating the hallways. Every...

Homecoming Fun and Friends

Homecoming Fun and Friends

Maria Lawson, Contributor

October 16, 2017


Filed under News

Immediately following the homecoming pep rally on October 20th, the Frisco High School Varsity Club will be hosting their second annual tailgate in the parking lot outside of the gym doors. Students are encouraged to exit the pep rally towards the tailgate and stop by to celebrate the homecoming spirit...

1902 Club Walks for Awareness

1902 Club Walks for Awareness

Sara Sadri

October 13, 2017


Filed under News

On Saturday, September 30th, 1902 Service Club kicked off volunteering out in the community with the Walk to End Alzheimer’s at the Nebraska Furniture Mart in The Colony. The Walk to End Alzheimer’s is held annually in more than 600 communities across America and is the world’s largest event to ...

Reading Between the Lines

Reading Between the Lines

Connor Dejacacion, Contributor

October 12, 2017


Filed under Features, News

As children and young adults begin to drift away from traditional, paper-based literature, many are concerned about the transition to short, bite-sized electronic segments. The attention span of the average teenager has decreased from twenty seconds in 2000 to eight seconds, which is less than that of...

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