Act Prep to Academic Sucess

Tyler Collins, Opinions Editor

Beginning the week of March 27, the week after spring break, students will have Mustang Time between 5th and 6th hour for ACT prep. These periods will take place for three...

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Lighting Up The Dance Floor

Madeline Halgren, Staff Writer

With the months of March and April drawing near that can only mean one thing. Prom. Invitations to this cherished yearly event were recently mailed to all junior and senior...

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Award Winning Art

Camryn Mottl, Features Editor

The anticipation. The wait. Multiple students, who have practiced piecing together a masterpiece, strain their ears to hear the results. Judges critique their work, in order...

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Sprinting Toward State

Sprinting Toward State

Sarah Hanson, Co-Online Editor

Running drills, warm-up stretching, high-knees, lunges and non-stop practice is the only thing on track athletes minds second semester. This is especially true for the seniors...

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Grandstand Is A Grand Slam

Grandstand Is A Grand Slam

Megan Jenkins, Staff Writer

Blinding rays of light burn against baseball fans’ skin as an aching pain grows in their arm from holding it up against the sun. A few spectators stand off on the side,...

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Signees Striving for Success

Signees Striving for Success

Leily Zhu, News Editor

Second semester, senior year, senioritis at an all time high. Decisions about the future must be made. Seniors are waiting to be accepted and colleges are waiting to be chosen....

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No Room For Steroids

Noah Sacco, Sports Editor

Every year, legendary ball players are voted on by the Major League Baseball committee regarding who will be inducted into...

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Changing Gender Roles

Christina Youn, Co-Editor

According to a Science journal study published on Jan. 26, young girls feel less “smart” than boys by the early age of...

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Ending Xenophobia

Christina Youn, Co-Editor-In-Chief

On Wed., Feb. 22, a man opened fire at a bar in Olathe, MO on two technology workers of Indian descent after reportedly yelling,...

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Battling Bullying

Priya Kukreja, Co-Editor-In-Chief

ccording to the National Center For Gender Equality, transgender youth face significant challenges in school. A national...

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Narrative Interviews

Chase Stokes Senior Transmale When did you first realize you were trans? Had you ever considered it before? It was the summer afte...

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Finding His Inner Self

Finding His Inner Self

Priya Kukreja, Co-Editor-In-Chief

As senior Alexander Schmitz thinks back to his sophomore year, there is one conversation that stands out in his mind. He...

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Staff Profile

Haley Elder
Haley Elder

Entertainment Editor

This is Haley's first year on the Hoofbeat staff and she is their youngest writer. She is excited to be apart of the Hoofbeat for the rest of her high school career! She involved in amnesty club and her...

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