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Every Bite Counts

Every Bite Counts

Olivia White, Reporter

April 6, 2018

Students elect to live a meat-free life and become vegetarians.

Students Work – Instead of Play – During Spring Break

Students Work – Instead of Play – During Spring Break

Dylan Pruitt, Reporter

March 29, 2018

With Spring Break coming to a bitter close just a few short weeks ago, most are missing the freedom of no due dates, teachers, homework, the list goes on. Many students took their time to visit family, take on road trips, or just be with their friends. However, not all students were able to be so fre...

Heavy Heart Built for Heavy Weights

Heavy Heart Built for Heavy Weights

Kerrigan Servati, Sadie Uselton

March 29, 2018

She grips the bar with firm hands and with the face of focus and concentration she begins to lift the bar. She feels the pressure as she overhears the fans and the scuffle of shoes on the gym floor. Her heartbeat thumps faster as she grips the bar and lifts with all the strength she has. This is h...

Proms of the Past

Proms of the Past

Hallie Storment and Millicent Sawyers

March 29, 2018

Prom Season is around the corner. Read about Van Alstyne's Prom history.

End of School Year Motivation

End of School Year Motivation

Ethan Wood, Reporter

March 29, 2018

As the school year comes to an end, so does students inspiration to finish the year out strong. Any kind of work given gets pushed to the back of the bag, and any kind of information learned is often pushed to the back of the brain. “Finishing out the school year is difficult because by the end...

Conversations With Kindall: Kelly Weatherly

Conversations With Kindall: Kelly Weatherly

Kindall Green, Reporter

March 28, 2018

Take a look at Mrs. Weatherly's personal life...

Sonic: Slushes for 79 cents on Thursday, 3/22

Sonic: Slushes for 79 cents on Thursday, 3/22

Olivia White, Reporter

March 21, 2018

If you are a fan of this slush drink, then you might be ecstatic to know that Thursday, March the 22nd, Sonic is having Famous and Real Fruit Slushes for 79 cents all day long. You heard it right. You can get a medium, flavorful, chilling slushie for less than a dollar. Any student can afford a deal...

A Serving of Success

A Serving of Success

Sadie Uselton, Reporter

March 20, 2018

An quick insight on how far Van Alstyne's tennis team has come this season.

Van Alstyne’s Unique Cheerleader

Van Alstyne’s Unique Cheerleader

Lauren Smallwood and Mark Campbell

March 20, 2018

Malik Boudoin has fallen into a community and immediately became a minority, but doesn't let negative people stop him from expressing himself.

Enforcing Safety at VAISD

Enforcing Safety at VAISD

Hallie Storment and Millicent Sawyers

March 19, 2018

A campus police officer is set to make their debut at VAISD.

Moving to The US

Moving to The US

March 19, 2018

Living in the U.S  means different things to different individuals. American culture has been enriched by the values and belief systems of every part of the world. From an foreign student's perspective, that diversity is very up-scaled. Choosing to live in a completely different environment may ...

From the West Coast to a Small Town

From the West Coast to a Small Town

Ethan Wood, Reporter

March 19, 2018

If you do not know, moving can be a difficult process for some people, for some it is an easy adjustment. Sometimes in the small conservative town of Van Alstyne people forget there is a different kind of place in our own country. Ruben Zamora, Senior, moved to this area last year from Fresno, California. ...

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