Monthly Archive: April 2016

Last Lift, Last Chance 0

Last Lift, Last Chance

Senior powerlifters, Chris Bloyd and Lauren Ummel traveled to Corpus Christi and Abilene to compete at the state meet. Both have lifted since their freshman year and knew what to expect since they had been...

Shame on Sportscenter 0

Shame on Sportscenter

Every morning since I was 8 years old, I have watched ESPN’s “Sportscenter.” It’s a routine that I and many other sports fans do to stay updated with the sports world and get information on...

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Prom Perspectives- She said

It’s that time of the year again. Talk of who is taking who to prom is filling the halls and plans of surprise “promposals” are being formed. Boys are running around trying to find a...

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Prom Perspectives- He Said

Finding the perfect dress, hair and makeup are things that lead the people to believe that prom season only poses stress on girls. However, many people overlook the nerves of guys during this prom-crazed season....

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Think Green

When Earth Day is just around the corner, people begin to wonder whether small changes in their lifestyle could actually make a difference. Some are skeptical of their ability to have an impact on the...

Cleveland Chaos 0

Cleveland Chaos

Donald Trump was not a serious candidate, until he was. The Republican nominee was supposed to be decided by Iowa, except it wasn’t. South Carolina was another make a break point for the candidates, then...

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Learning to Lead at State

Over 5,000 student council members from all over the state converged on the Texas Association of Student Councils convention in Arlington from April 10-12, learning about how other student councils help their communities and handing...

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Debate takes state by storm

Keeping up with current events. Filing evidence. Mastering speed reading. And yes, perfecting the pen flip. These are skills that the debate team harnessed to send teams to the state meet for the fourteenth consecutive...

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Memorable Moments

The cast of White Oak’s One Act Play competed at the district level on Saturday, March 26. White Oak performed Brian Friel’s ”Dancing at Lughnasa.” The play is a story about a man, Michael Evans,...

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Academic Advancements

After winning first place as a school at the district meet for the University Interscholastic League [UIL], White Oak High School will compete at the regional UIL meet on April 23 in Brenham. “We have...

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