The Eagle's Tale

Maisie Dyer, Sophomore Staff Reporter

September 9, 2011

Filed under Opinion

My kindergarten year was not my most memorable year; in fact, it’s the beginning of time for when I remember anything. I am one of the many in my generation to say I remember going home that day and seeing my parents with pure...

Closer to home than we think: Americans must pay attention to Middle East

Krista Faucette, Associate Editor

April 19, 2011

Filed under Opinion

Most people have heard about the protests that rocked Egypt. The corrupt leader, Hosni Mubarak, finally stepped down after 30 years of holding power over the country. Not quite as many people heard about Tunisia, where their leader,...

Vouching for veggies: dealing with diet detractors daily challenge for sophomore

Melanie Blakeman, J1 Contibutor

April 19, 2011

Filed under Opinion

"You’re a vegetarian?"  No. I just say that because I want people to taunt me for no reason.  "Yes."  Here is where I get the privilege of being entertained by what my meat-eating peers, ignorant and naïve, have...

Today’s students not with the times

Jayden Beatty, Assistant Editor

January 26, 2011

Filed under Opinion

Young people in today’s society are the least informed citizens of the United States when it comes to current events. This is a detrimental quality that exhibits arrogance and ignorance as the face of high school/college students....

Cowboys Stadium more than imagined

Trevor Ferril, Staff Reporter

January 11, 2011

Filed under Opinion, Sports

On my 16th birthday, Nov. 16, I received tickets to the  Nov. 21 Lions vs. Cowboys game. This was the first time I had ever gone to an NFL game, and though I had expectations, the game was nowhere near what I ever imagined. ...

Is cheerleading a sport? One competitor says ‘yes!’

Codi Demere, J1 Contributor

October 20, 2010

Filed under Opinion

Many people do not consider cheerleading a sport, but that's probably because they have never tried it. Ask any cheerleader, and he or she will most likely say it is. I've been a cheerleader at Cheer Texas for ten years. Che...

Self-expression or acting out?

Jacob Flores, Staff Reporter

October 20, 2010

Filed under Opinion

  As we walk down the halls, we notice how individuals dress. As we sit in class, we notice how individuals behave. As we socialize in the commons, we notice individuals’ interests. The walls of this school constantly bleed whi...

Look beyond looks

Krista Faucette, Staff Reporter

October 20, 2010

Filed under Opinion

  It is over 100 degrees in Albuquerque Sept. 5. The people lined up on the curb fan themselves to try to beat the heat pounding down on them. The shade is a welcome retreat for most of them, and they share food and s...

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