• Students define success

    Students define success

    Anniston Weber, Staff Reporter

    March 30, 2015

    As individuals get older, they start to notice that they view many things differently from their peers. One of the things that people may see as different is what they define success as. Success can be many things. Such as becoming a billionaire, having a high-ranking job, graduating school or even getting married and having kids. It all just depends on what a person’s personal views are. Junior Austin Befort said that graduating from college... READ MORE »»

  • Students take on introverts and extroverts

    Students take on introverts and extroverts

    Rachael Arthur, Staff Reporter

    March 26, 2015

    Some students are what one might call, “The life of the party.” They’re the ones who can easily talk and converse in large crowd situations and can be loud and social able to be around. But there are others that are the wallflowers, the people that are more quiet and reserved around people and can only hold a certain amount of socialization before they need to get away to be by themselves. These two types of people are called introverts... READ MORE »»

  • Talent show acts announced

    Talent show acts announced

    Brianna Mathias, Co-Editor

    March 26, 2015

    Talent show auditions took place on March 24 and 25. There were five judges, the STUCO officers. 19 people in total auditioned and four acts, 12 people made it through.Some people played musical instruments, but for the most part, the acts were either singing or dancing. “We have some very talented people at Hays High,” STUCO sponsor Lisa Renz said. The talent show will be held on April 7 in Gym A. Everyone is encouraged to come support... READ MORE »»

  • Spring break brings excitement

    Spring break brings excitement

    Kara Brooks, Staff Reporter

    March 13, 2015

    Spring break is an exciting time for students for many reasons. For students spring break means no school, vacation, and getting closer to summer. Some students stay home for spring break, but many students go out of town. Junior Madison Prough is going to Cabo, Mexico for spring break. “I’m excited to be able to be in warm weather, and spend time with my family,” Prough said. “I’m glad that spring break is finally here, and... READ MORE »»

  • Students prefer both books and movies

    Students prefer both books and movies

    Kara Brooks, Staff Reporter

    March 12, 2015

    Today movies are becoming more popular and books seem to be getting less popular. When asked, more students preferred watching movies than reading a book. “It’s more quick and easy to watch a movie,” freshman Hailey Jensen said. Sophomore Payton Markley also prefers movies to books, but thinks the downside to movies is movies can’t show what the character is thinking like books can. “Movies are quicker,” Markley said. “A... READ MORE »»

News

Forensics competes at Smith Center

Madison Crees, Staff Reporter

Forensics competed in Smith Center last Thursday. Senior Ben Rajewski was the only one to have qualified for state competition. Not only did Rajewski qualify once, but he...  Read More »

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Sports

Girls soccer defeated in season opener, 5-0

Nikki Vuong, Staff Reporter

Hays High suffered a 5-0 season opening loss at TMP on March 26. TMP took a 2-0 lead at halftime and added three goals during the second half. This is the first time...  Read More »

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Opinion

Mental disorders are not adjectives

Raina Basso, Staff Reporter

Nowadays, people are always heard using terms like “depressed” and “OCD” to describe their actions or feelings when they are in fact not suffering from these disorders. Diseases...  Read More »

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Feature

Students define success

Students define success

Anniston Weber, Staff Reporter

As individuals get older, they start to notice that they view many things differently from their peers. One of the things that people may see as different is what they define...  Read More »

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A&E

Interesting facts

Raina Basso, Staff Reporter

The average American will eat about 11.9 pounds of cereal per year. Owls are one of the only birds who can see the color blue. Honeybees have...  Read More »

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