Articles written by: Natalie Murphy

Wait, who runs the world?

Wait, who runs the world?

The sources of gender discrimination are hard to identify and even harder to eradicate I remember the first time a boy told me I had to do what he says. It was kindergarten, I wore my socks all the way […]

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What a remarkable stage

What a remarkable stage

MacTheatre brings the ship of dreams to life in ‘Titanic’ “I think my favorite part of Titanic, and what made it different from other MacTheatre productions was how much fun we had being in this imaginary world that actually existed for some […]

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Sorry, we’re closed

Sorry, we’re closed

Abbott vows to refuse Syrian refugees, prompting students to film rebuttal Texas governor Greg Abbott has announced that he will try to refuse Syrian refugees from entering Texas. His proposed state policy is in response to President Obama announcing that he […]

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8 reasons Thanksgiving is the best holiday

8 reasons Thanksgiving is the best holiday

I eat my turkey one leg at a time just like everybody else… 1. The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade   I’ve never woken up on Thanksgiving without Tom Turkey, the Rockettes and a teenage heart throb who’s terrible at lip syncing […]

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A more perfect union

A more perfect union

Technology teacher Tim Bjerke, husband one of first male couples to be married in Travis County On June 26, 2015, the day the Supreme Court ruled that same­-sex marriage in the United States is legal, graphic design teacher and Spectrum supervisor […]

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Easier said than done

Easier said than done

As school shootings increase, so do safety measures within district “This is only a drill.” Students have heard this many times in their school careers. Everyone has done fire drills, tornado drills, and the big elephant in the room, intruder […]

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14th Annual Taco Shack Bowl

Junior Brion Edmonds rallying fans to cheer on the football team

Photos by Maya Coplin, Meena Anderson, Charlie Holden and David Winter.

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Varsity volleyball plays Cedar Creek in the first district game

Two volleyball players get ready to block the ball

Tuesday, August 25th the McCallum Lady Knights took on the Lady Eagles from Cedar Creek in the first district matchup of the year. The freshman downed the Lady Eagles in two sets by scores of 25-15 and 25-12. Clair Caudill […]

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We are the champions

We are the champions

Varsity baseball defeats Cedar Creek, wins district championship second year in a row. Photos by Julia Robertson

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Historic farewell

Historic farewell

APUSH teacher transfers to Copperas Cove ISD When AP United States History teacher Joe Underwood announced that he would be leaving during the spring semester, his students were more upset than he expected them to be. “For right now, my […]

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