On Nov. 14 The Falcon Theatre will release their annual Seasons of Giving performance. TCTV will record theatre classes and recordings will be available on Nov. 14. This years theme will center around community and what community means to students and people. “In theatre we are mostly becoming a different […]
View photos from the JV Gold football game on Oct. 15 against West Mesquite. The game ended in defeat for West Mesquite with a score of 39-8. All photos available for purchase here.
Students from all four high schools in Keller ISD have created a new accounts on social media where students can share their experiences with hate and discrimination within KISD.
TCFM, Timber Creek’s Student Radio, will stream Black artists and interviews with student activists, starting Monday, Sept. 14, from 5 p.m. till 6 p.m. TCFM students wanted to bring awareness towards issues of race in the United States, including recent protests, by starting the project.
On Sunday, Feb. 23, seven Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) members came home from a state competition adorned with medals and trophies. Members of DECA competed against 5300 other students at the state level of competition.
Leaving one’s self to make their own meal can result in a large mess and utter confusion. Instead of experiencing that pandemonium, experience panda-monium, and drive to Panda Express to eat tasty food whilst supporting the sophomore class.
Wangari Maathai was the first black woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize. She won the award in 2004 for her work as an environmental, political, and cultural activist. Her work has helped the grow hundred and thousands of trees, and worked against deforestation.
Gloria Richardson was a very resilient and prominent figure who wanted to fix the racial inequality and segregation in Cambridge, Maryland. A pioneering activist in the civil rights movement, Richardson led the Cambridge Movement, a series of protests against discrimination.