By Christina Morrell The boys’ tennis season has officially started, and it didn’t take long to notch a win over Dixon. This year’s program is greatly improved thanks to longer practices, dedicated coaches, new team captains, better conditions, and a positive attitude throughout the team. The phrase “practice makes perfect” was probably on Head [...]
Archive for March, 2012
by Alex Meeske The recognition tea for the John Deere Harvester Award was held Tuesday, March 27. The third quarter recipients of this award are Ariel Beverly, Samantha Copeland, Ryan Dembosky, Felipe Hernandez, Hannah Luthy, Stephanie Milefchik, Molly Rowell, Shannon Strickland, Jocelin Wilson, and Daniel Yenor. The staff member who received the award is Mrs. [...]
By Paul Tomkins The new iPad. It has a nice ring to it, right? I didn’t think so either. But hey, it’s Apple and they can do whatever they want. Contrary to popular belief, the new iPad is not called the “iPad 3” or “iPad HD”. It is plainly called “The new iPad”. Most people [...]
by Ashley Martin The Hunger Games opened over the weekend and sold $155 million in tickets, becoming the third highest-grossing movie opening weekend in history. So what is so great about The Hunger Games? Why does it captivate an audience? What makes it different than your average every day movie? The answer is the plot. [...]
by Amanda DeVilder It was a night full of booty-shakin’, muscle flexin’, and mildly inappropriate humor for the participants in Mr. Teen UT, with Adam Sandoval taking the title after some heated competition. Their hard work and creativity reflected their absolutely hilarious skits. From the corny answers in the “Questions and Answers” portion [...]
The UT Library’s book club has chosen Abraham Lincoln–Vampire Hunter by Seth Grahame-Smith as their March reading selection. Any interested UT students or faculty are welcome to join together after school in the library on April 4, 2012 to discuss the novel, which will be a major motion picture released this coming summer. The promotional materials [...]
Tickets to the Mr. Teen UT contest are on sale in the cafeteria foyer during the lunch hours through Tuesday (if they don’t sell out). Tickets are $5.00 to the seventh period show this coming Tuesday. Entrance into the evening portion of the show is included with the same ticket purchase.