The Fall Literary Magazine, “Through My Eyes,” focused on perspective. The Spring issue will focus on identity.
It is undeniable that style can display personality and character. For junior Indy Waggoner, style is not only a way to show who he is, but also a way to show what his personal interests are.
Through the decades of style, clothing pieces ranging anywhere from scrunchies to tie-dye, continue to shine. This essence of immortality is shown through junior Emily Snyder’s everyday style.
Every student has their favorite subject, whether it’s due to an inspiring teacher, interesting subject, or general atmosphere of belonging. So for the last few weeks, Talon has been working to collect stories from students and teachers in multiple departments on campus about some of their favorites — and why.
The Student Media Department at Timber Creek has been around for over five years, and in the time-frame, they’ve grown to become nationally recognized.
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.
Certain trends through the ages are simply timeless, and will never go out of style. Sophomore Tisha Shrestha is drawn to pieces that are clean and simple, to create a look that will never get old.
The English teachers on campus are always looking to change the curriculum to better suit the learning needs of students. Whether it be film making, storytelling, or creative writing, our educators are always looking to show us how enjoyable English can be.
For junior Sydney Shoemaker, seeing all the styles that walk through the doors of the school everyday and also wondering how each person connected their personalities to what they wear led her to want to start the weekly column ‘Students With Style.’