Amanda Gorman is the youngest inaugural poet in U.S History. On Jan. 20, 2021, 22-year old Gorman read her work, “The Hill We Climb,” at the Capital for the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President, Kamala Harris. Born on March 7, 1998 in Los Angelos California, Gorman was […]
Stacey Yvonne Abrams is a democratic politician, author, voting rights activist and lawyer. Abrams served in the Georgia House of Representatives for 11 years and a Democratic Leader for seven. Abrams has also been nominated for a 2021 Nobel Peace Prize for her work in promoting nonviolent voting changes. Back […]
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, 75% of American Waste is recyclable, while Americans only recycle 30% of the waste. Recycling helps reduce usage, refining, and extracting energy. While many Americans recycle, not many recycle right. There are many unknown rules and steps to recycle that people are not aware […]
On May 13, 1985 Philadelphia became known as the city that bombed itself. MOVE, a radical black liberation group, was the target of this bombing. MOVE was founded by John Africa in 1972. The organization’s headquarters was located on 6221 Osage Avenue. The purpose of the organization was to work […]
Raphael Warnock is now the first black Democratic senator representing the former Confederate state of Georgia.. He also became the 11th African American to serve the US Senate.
Living in Texas brings many American experiences and culture into Texan’s lives. We become accustomed to the Stockyards, BBQ, and Friday night lights. Texas holds many possibilities for new experiences although it isn’t the same for those who aren’t American adjacent. Culture seems to seep through the cracks as it […]
Mobile games seem to be a constant since the early 2010’s. With (in)famous games such as Flappy Bird, Angry Birds, and other avian related games, mobile games have always been a casual hobby that even the most buff jock can enjoy. Even recently, with the release of Genshin Impact, gamers […]
The 2020-2021 year has been an ongoing battle for everyone. Class of 2021 Seniors, especially, are having to change expectations of their last year. With a lack of previously promised activities such as traditional pep rallies and Homecoming, Timber Creek Seniors have found a safe way to make their final year more fun.
As winter break approaches, the question on many students minds is “What is there to do over break that’s safe to do?” Below is a list of 12 ideas to stay busy while also staying healthy and safe over the holiday break. Bake something new Learn how to bake something, […]
Keller ISD provides numerous opportunities for students to explore a wide variety of careers. Students have the chance to experience what career they want to pursue while still in high school. Their pathways provide a learning experience and opportunities to find their passion and what they want to do in life.