What I Learned from a Social Media Break

Lanie Malone, Staff Reporter

May 10, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Over the past year, I moved schools and my life consisted of meeting new people and getting acquainted with them. Of course, I still had my old friends to talk to, particularly over social media such as Instagram and Snapchat....

Trump’s First Veto

Hannah Curry, Staff Writer

April 14, 2019

Filed under Opinion

President Donald Trump signed his first veto since being President on March 15. The house and senate both passed legislation attempting to overturn his declaration of national emergency in order to get funding for the bord...

Pros of Going Green

Pros of Going Green

February 24, 2019

Taking the taboo out of religion

Lanie Malone, Staff Writer

February 24, 2019

Filed under Opinion

It is said that there are three subjects one never brings up in a professional setting: sex, politics, and religion. However, stating this does not mean that these subjects are always inappropriate or lewd. Sometimes there is a m...

New York Reproductive Health Act

Hailey Burkett, Staff Writer

February 24, 2019

Filed under Opinion

On the 46th anniversary on Roe v. Wade, New York took a major leap in providing and protecting women's reproductive rights. Andrew Cuomo, governor of New York signed the “New York's Reproductive Health Act” which allows women...

IDs make a difference

Hannah Curry, Staff Writer

February 20, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Ever since middle school, students are taught that IDs are a good thing and everyone must wear them at all times. The school district requires them as a safety precaution. They help faculty know whether a person is supposed to...

Make the Most of Your Winter Break

Maryann Matt, Staff writer

December 12, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

With winter break right around the corner, many of us are wishing to not waste it lounging around, watching Netflix, and eating junk food. To prevent yourself from sitting there doing nothing and wasting yet another two-and-a-h...

Nicotine In Teens

Hailey Burkett and Abi Clinton

October 15, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

62 in 75 teens polled at Azle High School have used nicotine products, and 29 out of 75 teens use nicotine products regularly. Nicotine products have shown to be just as addictive as heroin and can cause infertility, lung can...

What Should We Do?

Macie Crawford, Staff writer and Equipment Manager

October 15, 2018

Filed under Opinion

The Texas Education Agency's (TEA) Division of Research and Analysis released its latest report in 2013 on complications and dropouts of high school students in Texas Public Schools. Though the dropout rates have declined from ...

Just Do It

Just Do It

September 18, 2018

Boys Vs. Girls Dresscode

Maleah Curtis, Publicity and Advertising staff, staff writer

September 6, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

As everyone knows, dress code has been an ongoing feud between the assistant principals and students for as long as anyone can remember. Of course the assistant principal are just doing their jobs enforcing the dress code to the...

So Many Students, So Little Classrooms

Natali Coronado, Staff Writer, Social Media

September 6, 2018

Filed under Opinion

For the first time in history, Azle High School has reached an all time high for it’s student population with 1840 students enrolled as of August 15, 2018. Compared to other schools this may not be much, but for Azle this is r...

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