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Is Band a Sport?

Is Band a Sport?

Kendall Klemm, Contributor

October 20, 2017


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As a band student, I proudly declare it is FAR from a sport. Sure, it's difficult, but so are Rubik's cubes (which aren't a sport either). Band is an activity. Sure, the definition of a sport can be applied to band, but let's be real. Band is no sport. An activity is a much more fitting title. T...

Cash vs. Clout – Battle of the decade

Cash vs. Clout – Battle of the decade

Kendall Klemm, Contributor

October 18, 2017


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Supreme is making huge waves in the style world. Culture is starting to praise Supreme and other pricey, unique brands. But the real question is: why? Why is demand so high? Why does it matter if you have a Gucci belt or a Supreme backpack? It's because of the thirst or clout. Clout, by definition, is...

SoundCloud Rap is the Future of Modern Art

SoundCloud Rap is the Future of Modern Art

Kendall Klemm, Contributor

October 16, 2017


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With new artists on the scene like Lil Pump, Smokepurpp, and Ski Mask the Slump God, SoundCloud lyricists are making waves with younger audiences. However, one may ask, why are these SoundCloud artists becoming so increasingly popular? Is it due to their music's crude nature? Or maybe their the ras...

Summertime Fun

Summertime Fun

Timothy Keiningham, Contributor

May 23, 2017


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As the school year comes closer and closer to an end, students are getting anxious for summer to go do things that they are unable to do during school. Many students at Frisco High School are wondering not only what they should do this summer, but also what their peers plan to do. Ranging from sports...

Stressed Until The End

Stressed Until The End

Elisabeth Armstrong, Contributor

May 14, 2017


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Graduating high school is the top priority for the majority of students. Success in high school sets the foundation for their future. Many students feel pressure every day to get everything done. Many students face the pressure of keeping grades up to remain in clubs, to please their parents, and to...

Mac vs. PC

Mac vs. PC

Nathan Perez, Contributor

May 8, 2017


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Throughout the years many people that are consumers of Mac and Windows state the reasons why one of each is better than another but I believe that it depends on your own personal preference and style. For example, most people are on a budget for a device, so most of the time people get a Windows lap...

Spring Cleaning

Spring Cleaning

Dana Friend, Contributor

May 8, 2017


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As clean as our homes and rooms may be, we can all agree that they still need a bit more cleaning and organization. Whether you need to tidy up your closet, dust your shelves or vacuum, everyone should consider a bit of spring cleaning for the season. However, it is important to keep in mind all the benefit...

13 Reasons Why

13 Reasons Why

Nick Evanson, Contributor

May 7, 2017


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A thirteen-episode TV show recently aired on Netflix called “13 Reasons Why,” and has sparked controversy over the last few weeks. The show is about a girl named Hannah Baker, who committed suicide and recorded her reasons for doing so on thirteen cassette tapes for thirteen individuals to lis...

Flat Earth or Flat Heads?

Flat Earth or Flat Heads?

Chris Todd, Contributor

May 2, 2017


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The idea that the world is flat may not be as crazy as it seems. From the first day we go to school we are introduced to the globe which is supposed to be a realistic model of the Earth. From that point we are taught about the solar system and outer space. Is there a chance that we have been misled? Is NA...

A Break In the Clouds

A Break In the Clouds

Jackson Snowden, Contributor

April 20, 2017


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It has been a long and tiring year of school so far and, for some, it is only going to get worse due to the large amount of standardized tests in the near future. As summer gets closer and closer, some high schoolers show up less and less. After all, who wants to show up to school when summer is onl...

Mental Athletes

Mental Athletes

Lamia Chowdhury, Contributor

March 20, 2017


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Throughout my whole life, it has always seemed as if sports were a necessity for living. Don’t get me wrong, I have complete respect for those who endure the amount of training and practice needed to be an athlete, and I believe it requires an intense amount of physical and mental stamina.  Sure, eve...

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