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Acceptance of those with special needs

LeopardLife Jackson Willard, Managing Editor
March 1, 2017
Filed under Panorama

Unsuspecting students slam doors, scribble essays, and chase their peers. Unsuspecting. Unsuspecting of the beauty behind the closed door. The one they pass everyday but never acknowledge. The one in the corner next to the lost and found - Room B106. Room B106 is home to some of the...

A time to be thankful

A time to be thankful

LeopardLife Emma Gapp, Staff Writer
November 21, 2016
Filed under Panorama

Christmas lights and Christmas trees. What's up with today's culture? Christmas has always been up a little early usually a couple of weeks before. However this year, Christmas lights were popping up before Halloween. Christmas seems to be popping up a little bit earlier each year. Whether it's better...

Academic dishonesty with cellphones

LeopardLife Carter Satterwhite, Editor-In-Chief
November 18, 2016
Filed under Panorama

While the school policy on cheating states “Willow Springs prides itself on challenging students to reach their full potential.” This does not include student use of cell phones or other devices to aid during testing. Guidance counselor, Kay Bordelon, believes that phones should not be used in...

A “Wicked” performance

A “Wicked” performance

LeopardLife Melody Quintero, Campus Life editor
May 6, 2016
Filed under Panorama

I had the chance to go see Wicked, the Broadway Musical, that has come for Dallas as a Summer Musical for about a month, from April 20 to May 22. I had never seen Wicked, let alone any Broadway show, so I had no idea what to expect from the play. I was thinking something along the lines of the musicals we have don...

From New York to Texas

From New York to Texas

LeopardLife Arushi Gupta, staff writer
April 19, 2016
Filed under Panorama

Since I’ve gotten here, a lot of people have been asking, “Well, how do you like Texas?” I’ve been wanting to give them an answer, but I’ve always replied saying the same thing. I've spent my whole life learning to love New York, but I've only had a few months to adjust to this change in s...

Opinion Editorial Board: Safety as well as sensitivity should have been sought as MacArthur student was arrested for suspected bomb

LeopardLife Lily Hager and Madeline Sanders, Co Editors in Chief
September 22, 2015
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A 14-year-old freshman at Irving MacCarthur High School was arrested after his teacher thought that his home made clock resembled a bomb. The student, Ahmed Mohamed, has gained many supporters saying that the authorities acted on racial assumptions, or authorities acted unfairly on a student. The auth...

America remembers the tragic attack of 9/11

America remembers the tragic attack of 9/11

LeopardLife Hannah D'Iorio, Assistant Editor and Lily Hager, Editor in Chief
September 11, 2015
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One day a year people are reminded of the devastating destruction of buildings, land, and lives. It’s the time of the year where people remember the individuals who lost their lives and lost their loved ones in the attack. On September 11, 2001, a terrorist attack occurred in the United States. ...

Opinion: Football, it’s a Texas thing….

Opinion:  Football, it’s a Texas thing….

LeopardLife Carter Satterwhite, Staff Writer
September 10, 2015
Filed under Panorama

Football culture is a big part of life here in Texas. Every morning, when I arrive early for cross country, I already see dozens of steadfast football players working hard to produce a great season. As a new student this year coming from a small school, I was blown away by the support of the fan...

Opinion Piece: Respect is due for the fallen

Opinion Piece: Respect is due for the fallen

LeopardLife LILY HAGER and LILY HAGER
August 24, 2015
Filed under Panorama

They left their families for this. They walked away from safety for this. They walked into battle for this, and they laid down their lives for this. With the entire country was under a Great Depression, a new nation was formed. What did they fight for? Many young people of the twenty-first century do not kn...

Fairview Village Beach to bust to make way for shops and expansions

Fairview Village Beach to bust to make way for shops and expansions

July 11, 2015
Filed under Etcetera, Panorama, Real World/Community

By LILY HAGER, EDITOR in CHIEF Strolling through the Village of Fairview a common site seen are adolescents enjoying a game of beach volleyball at the Village Beach, however The Village at Fairview eventually will be replacing The Beach and Garden with shops, hotels,  and expansions for entertai...

Opinion: People are people and should be treated fairly

Opinion: People are people and should be treated fairly

June 12, 2015
Filed under Panorama

BY: LILY HAGER, EDITOR IN CHIEF; GRACE NGUYEN, SPORTS EDITOR; and SABEEH SHAIKH, STAFF WRITER   Ethnicity includes a wide variety of topics which include religion, cultural background, and race, but in the end, does it really matter? In school and society, there are many races lik...

Travel through Texas for spring break

LeopardLife Madeline Sanders, Staff Writer
March 3, 2015
Filed under Panorama

Cruising down the highway with the roof down and music blaring at its full volume makes for fun road trips through historic parts of Texas. Texas is the second largest state in the U.S. after Alaska. That makes for tons of tourist attractions. Here is a guide to the ultimate road trip, Texan style. ...

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