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H is for “Howdy.” It’s how we say hello!

H is for “Howdy.” It’s how we say hello!

By Kaitlin Trahan, intern    Anyone that has been to Texas knows that this state has a distinct culture and sense of pride that sets it apart from the others. Urban and rural areas are immersed in a southern way of living with a deep affinity for our history. In elementary and […]

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Star Gazing

Star Gazing

By Karin Keller, intern    I’ve always been fascinated with the idea of stars. I grew up reading stories and watching movies of heroes going on epic quests and the stars always seemed to play an important part. Namely in Disney’s Hercules which is perhaps my favorite Disney Movie— probably because I’m […]

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New Year, New You

New Year, New You

By Karin Keller, intern    One week down in 2017, and how are your new year’s resolutions holding up? We all do it every year, resolve to make ourselves better, faster, stronger, smarter, etc. It is a daily struggle for everyone to deal with our weaknesses, some people are just better at […]

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Finding Your Silver Lining

Finding Your Silver Lining

By Cody Durain, intern    Spring is here and we’ve had some beautiful days, but also a few grey ones with lots of rain. When our days go from good to bad to worse, we tend to hide away inside. We do this when it’s not just the weather either. Once a […]

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Lost in the Sauce

Lost in the Sauce

By Sam Russek, intern    “If a man does not have the sauce, then he is lost. But the same man can be lost in the sauce.” So spoke Gucci Mane, the great philosopher of our time. I’ve let the tenets and creeds of Gucci Mane navigate me through my entire young […]

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The Dog Days of Summer

The Dog Days of Summer

By Lauren Cerda, intern    Without the relentless schedule of work or school, you might find yourself with too much time and not enough to do this summer. Boredom hits hard; it hits fast. Though the idea of the dog days of summer originated with the ancient Greeks (as most Western things […]

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Finding Your Charlie

Finding Your Charlie

By Madison Cotton, intern    Six years ago I attended the Special Olympics hosted annually on my school’s football field. I didn’t know anything about it aside from my duties and what time I was going to leave. As I stood by the track, waiting for the opening ceremony, the only thing […]

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