Following the boom of protests for social causes, a group of students formed the Movement Against Racism At Keller or MARK. Founder, senior Parker Sutliff alongside with Junior Sudheshna Khadka worked during the Summer of 2020 to form MARK in an attempt to work with the school to combat racism amongst the district.
Author: Julia Elliott
It’s safe to say that 2020 has been an unstable year in the social and political fronts, and this is most easily seen in the handling of various protests throughout the year.
Following a Twitter dispute on Jan. 2, a phone call between President Trump and Georgia Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger was leaked, in which details
Members of the Timber Creek Choir are some of the first singers to perform brand-new works from professional composer — and now those recordings are going to be a guide for future performances.
The second round of the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) all-state choir auditions finished on Wed. Dec. 2, with 13 TCHS students advancing, the most
The first round of the TMEA all-state choir auditions finished on Oct 19, with 27 TCHS students advancing — the most of any school that competed in the region.
On Oct 15, current president Donald Trump and the Democratic front runner Joe Biden held opposing town hall meetings in Florida and Pennsylvania respectively. The original plan was for the second debate to take place between the two, but after President Trump contracted COVID-19, he refused to do a virtual debate, and so the candidates hosted town halls at the same time.
A real issue lies in the toxic and unrealistic ways young adult authors portray their characters and how they handle confrontation; it seems these authors are incapable of moving their stories along without unrealistic, or worse, grossly abusive interactions.
In lieu of a typical cookie bakesale, the TCHS choir program went the inventive route this year in their fall semester fundraiser. With a time