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Sophomore Katelyn Ta passes out hurricane relief kits to the audience. These kits contain essential survival tools such as bandages, flashlights, ponchos and whistles.
Future Problem Solvers teach elementary school students to 'Drain the Hurricane'
Karis Chen, News Editor • January 21, 2022
The National Education Association and the National Parent Teacher Association have suggested that a healthy number of hours that students should be spending can be determined by the 10-minute rule. This means that each grade level should have a maximum homework time incrementing by 10 minutes depending on their grade level (for instance, ninth-graders would have 90 minutes of homework, 10th-graders should have 100 minutes, and so on).
Students spend three times longer on homework than average, survey reveals
Sonya Kulkarni and Pallavi Gorantla January 9, 2022
English III and AP Language and Composition teacher Stephanie Ragno grades assignments and prepares for finals. Ragno was sick with Covid the week before winter break and had problems getting tested. Its a real problem, Ragno said. We shouldnt have had to wait 7+ hours to get a test.
Omicron causes long lines, delayed tests, student absences
Nabila Wilson, Marketing Director • January 9, 2022
INHS president and senior Mackency Moreno sorts cans from the food drive at an INHS meeting during Cardinal Hour. Moreno said it was amazing to see how all of the teachers and students participated in the event.
Italian National Honor Society combats hunger, learns importance of giving back
Angelina Pascali, Managing Editor • January 5, 2022
Feminist club gathers to learn about sexual violence during cardinal hour on Friday, Dec. 10. The club learned about what consent is, the warning signs of sexual violence and how to get help.
Feminist Club meets to discuss sexual violence
Alexa Bu and Kate Griffiths December 13, 2021
[BRIEF] Belles host breakfast in honor of teachers, staff
[BRIEF] Belles host breakfast in honor of teachers, staff
Rilina Tran and Smruthi Garlapati December 7, 2021
Jermaine Hayden performs in one of his first musical theater shows, Tuck Everlasting May 2021. Hayden did a community college youth program in St. Louis before moving to Houston. It was a lot of fun, Hayden said, but there are more opportunities here in Houston so I decided to leave.
Bringing “High School Musical” Alive
Nabila Wilson, Marketing Director • December 7, 2021
[BRIEF] An emotional end to the season: volleyball hosts end-of-year banquet
[BRIEF] An emotional end to the season: volleyball hosts end-of-year banquet
Karis Chen December 6, 2021
Feminist Club, Medical Club, Girl Up, Period Club, and NHS members gathered in room 3714 during Cardinal Hour on Nov. 5 to help package period products collected from the period drive held from Oct. 15 to Oct. 29 at school to donate to the Houston Area Womens Center.
Activist clubs host drive to fight period poverty
Alexa Bu and Ariana Castañeda November 9, 2021
Sophomore Sreedathan Menon and senior Eric Liu discuss a question the moderator asked. Questions asked included information from chemistry, literature, social studies, and more.
Quiz Bowl hosts their first Cardinal Clash
Alexa Bu, Nabila Wilson, and Irene Zheng November 5, 2021
World Series Game two of the Astros took place on Oct. 27. The Houston Astros and the Atlanta Braves are about to take the field prior to the opening pitch.
The World Series just got harder for the Astros
Jonathan Chiriboga, Reporter • October 30, 2021
Junior Samantha Ho (right) and Lewis Coronado (left) decorate pumpkins with markers and paint. They chat about Scooby Doo while painting characters on their pumpkin.
Buddies meet for the first time this year at pumpkin social
Heldana Yacob, Reporter • October 27, 2021

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