League of Legends is by far the biggest e-sport in the world, with matches at the Worlds tournament having millions of live viewers. This past month had the 2020 Worlds Event, and with that has come new content. League of Legends is a MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) that came […]
Both students and teachers face similar problems during the in-person school day. The worst of these is being sent home due to either having the virus, or being in close contact with someone who does. When a teacher is sent home, they face a set of challenges that is completely unique.
Returning to school isn’t easy, especially when you’re in the middle of a global pandemic. Students both online and in person understand this greatly, but how would one feel transitioning from one to another? This is a harsh reality for students being quarantined at home for two weeks. The reasoning […]
With the reinstitution of school, both online and in-person, students have gone about the recent change in many ways. From electronic difficulties to scheduling conflicts, coming back to school after six months had its ups and downs. Going all the way back to mid-June, the return to school was a […]
On Tuesday, March 3, National Honor Society (NHS) will host a spirit night. It’ll take place at McAlister’s Deli on 9604 Old Denton Rd, from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Be sure to get in on the delicious sandwiches, salads, and spuds.
Bong Joon Ho, a director who has mastered the art of blurring genres together, has had another breakout among the American movie market. ‘Parasite,’ a movie focused on the divide between the rich and the poor and overall social inequality, has become a smash hit.
‘Parasite’ is Bong Joon Ho’s latest creation, with other titles under his belt such as the 2003 movie ‘Memories of Murder’ and the 2013 English language film ‘Snowpiercer.’ The movie went on to win Best Foreign Language Film at the 2020 Golden Globes.
In September of 2019, senior Allison Souimaniphanh applied for the Coca-Cola Scholar Foundation scholarship and when the results came in December, emotions soared high.
Tuesday, Jan. 21 marks a comeback for spirit nights for the Class of 2020. Falcons are encouraged to eat out at Bottlecap Alley on 148 S. Main Street, from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. in support of the senior class.
Timber Creek’s science department stands out among all other courses due to the genuine dedication to their subject, and the student body is very passionate about their appreciation for this subject and group of educators.