Art students of all levels recently competed in the Richardson Civic Society Young People’s Art Show at the Richardson Public Library on Jan. 21. Their artwork will be displayed on the second floor of the Richardson Public Library until Feb. 14.
Month: February 2014
Senior Sam Eckholm was notified by Congressman Pete Sessions that he was accepted into the United States Air Force Academy on Jan. 16.
President Obama is pursuing legislation to increase the minimum wage to $10.10. This increase would have severe economic consequences and would eventually undercut the people it aims to help.
Requiring a full schedule for seniors encourages students to explore in-school opportunities but limits their ability to work and gain experience outside of school.
High school students who aren’t prescribed Adderall but take it to enhance their abilities lack knowledge of both the short- and long-term consequences of the drug.
These are some of the most talked about movies coming out in the next few weeks.
The number of STAAR tests students are required to take has been reduced from 15 to five because as many as one in four students have failed.
Starting in March, football players will begin the play 7-on-7 football in preparation for next season. A 7-on-7 competition will be held in College Station for teams all around Texas.
The UIL announced the realignment of football and basketball districts for 2014-2016. This realignment results in a move to the new 6A conference for Pearce.
Marijuana has real health benefits, and legalizing it creates business opportunities. Federal legalization isn’t yet a reality, but Colorado and Washington have taken a step in the right direction.