The varsity soccer team has advanced the the fourth round of the playoffs after a win against Harker Heights High School. The team previously beat Skyline and North Garland in the playoffs.
Month: April 2015
Richardson Youth Leadership, a program for juniors, is dedicated to building up leadership skills among teenagers in the Richardson community. Participating students visit various establishments around the city, including city hall and the police station.
Two Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity students at the University of Oklahoma were recorded leading a racist chant and were later unfairly expelled from OU.
The varsity golf team traveled to California for a tournament from March 26 through March 28. The team finished 28th in the tournament. Junior Will Lovelace finished with the best score for the team and finished 63rd.
The calm nature of concerts is slowly but surely becoming diminished because of the extravagant and dangerous environment that encompasses the popular all-day festivals that teenagers attend.
The varsity baseball team is currently 5-2 in district play, which is good enough for third place in the district standings. The team is behind only Mesquite Horn and Highland Park.
Despite many warnings from parents and authorities, underage drinking still remains a top cause of teenage deaths for many reasons.
Juniors Graham Rosen and Sebastian Elverskog are both attending Arabic language immersion programs in the summer. Graham will be studying in Morocco, and Sebastian will be studying in Vermont.
‘Home,’ the latest animated movie from DreamWorks, benefits from sound storytelling but suffers from uninspired writing and hackneyed dialogue.
Sophomore Haoran Jiang’s artwork has been missing since February and it is yet to be found. There have been several attempts to find it, and there is a large prize for the person who returns it.