Separate but Equal: the New Segregation

Aleks Kochan, A&E Editor
October 31, 2011

On Friday nights in autumn, a group of athletes commonly regarded as Heath’s elite gather to play in the sporting event with the highest attendance of the week. The spectators cheer as they run themselves ragged and beat their opponents to pulps in pursuit of what may be the least spherical thing ever... Read more »

Red Ribbon Week

Lydia Moore, Co-Editor
October 31, 2011

Every year October 24-28th is Red Ribbon Week; a time for dressing up and goofing off, but are students taking Red Ribbon Week seriously? Freshman Nicole Holguin answers, “ Most of my friends don’t take it seriously, because we are all drug free and all these activities do not change our minds.”... Read more »

All Hail the Amazing Mrs. Blair!

Gabby Boyd, Staff Writer
October 31, 2011

“A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops” -Henry Brook Adams. Anna Blair is the dance teacher who directs the Star Steppers and as well as the Cain Middle School dancers. She is an outstanding teacher and her inspiration never ceases to amaze. Mrs. Blair is married... Read more »

Always on the Sidelines

Quay Cagle, What's at the Bottom?
October 31, 2011

What’s going to motivate the crowd or the team? What will the cheerleaders’ cheer to and the high steppers step to? What key part do they play? The Band is important even if we do not realize it, they contribute a lot more to the football games, pep rally, and school spirit then most people give... Read more »

Freshman Flies by the Competition

Logan Wilson, Staff Writer
October 31, 2011

He’s only a freshman? You better believe it. Rico Henderson is an aspiring young athlete that at age 14 is running over, around, and through juniors and seniors. He has been a big part of the Hawks offense this year and is looking to continue his role in football until he graduates. Rico is not necessarily... Read more »

RHHS Volleyball Spikes Their Way To Victory!

Breagan Adams, Staff Writer
October 31, 2011

The Volleyball program at RHHS has been around since the beginning of Rockwall-Heath High in 2005. Maggie Younger has been the head Varsity coach for six years. Younger played volleyball and basketball in college for two years at Collin County and two years at Northwestern Louisiana. Younger explains... Read more »

Rockwall vs. Rockwall-Heath: Battle for the Rock

Syd Brown, Staff Writer
October 31, 2011

The challenging Rockwall vs. Rockwall-Heath football and volleyball games have passed and although Heath came out victorious, the rivalry is everlasting. There is an abundance of tension not only on the field, but also in the stands. Fortunately, it has never caused violence, only exciting match-ups. Some... Read more »

Living with the Dead

Night Of The Living Dead

Chiara Timbone, Staff Writer
October 31, 2011

Bloody faces, disheveled clothes, insane movements – a horrifying scenario arrived at our high school. From Thursday, October 13 to Saturday, October 15, the Theatre Arts Department presented the famous play “Night Of The Living Dead” under the direction of Glenn Bennett, theatre technique teacher... Read more »

Power in the Voices

Precious Chidozie, Staff Writer
October 31, 2011

On Thursday,October 20th, choir had their first concert of the year, but first they had to prepare. Choir has practiced for the past few months working hard to get the music right.  Preparing for concerts and events is not always easy. Rehearsals can take up extra practice hours if needed. Choir had... Read more »

State Fair of Texas: Money Well Spent or a Waste?

Sonja Avramov, Staff Writer
October 31, 2011

People stroll the park as the stench of fried, greasy food consumes their noses, screams and hollers captivate their eardrums, and children running about fill their sight. The State Fair of Texas is here once again, but with a decline in motivation to attend. Students at RHHS are not as eager to attend... Read more »

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