Last Wednesday, Junior Halle Sherlock announced that she will be furthering her academic and volleyball career to play at Yale. “I chose Yale because it is one of most prestigious universities in the world and that will provide many opportunities Read more
After the baseball, softball and track seasons were cancelled due to threats of COVID-19, Fall season sports starting normally seemed like an outlandish idea. Due to the UIL ruling for 5A and 6A schools, Fall season sports were pushed back Read more
On Friday, Feb. 21, five Falcon wrestlers were sent-off to compete at the state competition in Houston. Throughout the wrestling season, the team worked extremely hard in practices and matches. Finally, the athletes’ hard work would pay off and would be rewarded at the UIL State Wrestling Championship.
After overcoming drug addiction and a former life of crime, Malcolm X became one of the country’s most prominent civil rights leaders of the 20th century. He lead the black power movement of the 1960s and 1970s, and preached to the masses about what it truly means to be a black citizen in the United States.