By Mia Rodriguez & Rebecca Arriola Recently, Mike Hamilton came into my Journalism class. He wasn’t the normal substitute teacher to give us instruction and sit quietly the rest of class. Hamilton is not only a playwright, but also volunteers to build the set. The picture above is a set that took almost 3 months … More Importance of supporting the Drama department
Elizabeth Salazar & Sierra Levy This whole week ASB is calling everyone to participate in the Feed the Need organization. Feed the Need is a non-profit organization that is created to help assist the homeless and less fortunate by donating reusable or new items that can benefit those whom are in need. The Tulare … More Feed the Need
By: Sierra Levy and Elizabeth Salazar As both the boys and girls soccer teams start their season, they come out of their first tournaments as champions. The Mustang boys soccer team played in Buchanan the weekend of December 1st and 2nd, with a total of 3 games. The boys played some tough teams and were … More Soccer Teams Start Off On The Right Foot
This holiday season, we want you guys to take advantage of everyday of break. This year we have approximately twenty-seven days off and we know that might not sound super inviting when we live in Tulare, California. But our challenge to you guys is to be a little more creative and find cool and fun … More Meg & Mad’s Take: Winter Break Dates
This week is an important week at TW! We are collecting donations in preparation for our annual Feed the Need//Operation Warmth project! All of the donations are going toward clothing and feeding the homeless of Tulare, and to get the student body more involved, we’re having dress up days and activities all week long! Not … More Meg & Mad’s Take: Gift of Giving
By: Taylor Rhyman On Monday night, December 3rd, eighth graders from schools all around Tulare came together at Tulare Western to get a little taste of what TW is all about. Whether these students are planning on attending Western next year, or even just considering it, they are given the opportunity to have a preview … More Welcome to Mustang Country Class of 2022!
By: Savannah Sousa Senioritis. What is it? A supposed affliction of students in their final year of high school or college, characterized by a decline in motivation or performance, according to Google’s dictionary. Have any of you been feeling it? Recently I have been unmotivated and lazy and wondering why. The semester is about to … More Senioritis
By: William Huffaker 999 high school boys. 8 whole vegan pizzas. 1 incredibly, long week. Every summer, 49 U.S. states participate in a program known as Boys State. Young men from all around the state are selected to gather over a week and build an entire state government. It starts at the city level with … More Vegan Pizza and Skipped Meetings: The Boys State Story Part 1
By: Michael Olivares Have we let our smart devices get to us? Nowadays everything we do is connected to the internet somehow, even the simplest things like locking your front door, starting your car, or even turning up the thermostat. Then again the human race is evolving and we want to make our daily lives … More Have we let our smart devices take over?
By: Kendall Hadfield No Shave November here at Tulare Western is not just your ordinary month of not shaving. The ASB program asks teachers and participants of clubs to gather donations if they are willing to go without shaving for a whole month. All donations go towards Operation Warmth. This project provides the homeless people … More No Shave November