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Creekview Screens its First Film Festival

Creekview Screens its First Film Festival

Inaara Muhammad, Managing Editor

February 1, 2017

Lights. Camera. Action. With an audience of over 100 parents, students and teachers, Creekview kicked off its Inaugural Film Festival on Friday, January 13. This event gave student filmmakers across CFBISD a chance to showcase their talent and be recognized. “We have so many talented student...

Follow up to the Vine Disappearance

Follow up to the Vine Disappearance

Bekah Pinedo, Staff Writer

December 13, 2016

It is widely known that the shutting down of Vine has been  a let down. Everyone’s place for a quick laugh or momentary seconds of fame is no longer available. While users alone are disappointed with the shutdown, one can’t help but wonder what will happen to the Viners? The people starring ...

Teachers Namaste Their Stress Away

Teachers Namaste Their Stress Away

Breanna Mitchell, Staff Writer

December 9, 2016

There’s no doubt that teachers and staff at Creekview High School work incredibly hard day in and day out. After school yoga classes have been introduced to give teachers a much needed break from the stresses of lesson planning and grading. These classes take place on Mondays and sometimes Tuesdays after...

The Vine Disappearance

The Vine Disappearance

Bekah Pinedo, Staff Writer

December 6, 2016

A few months ago Twitter announced that it’s counterpart, Vine, will be shut down within the coming months. When the app is terminated, users will no longer be able to upload content, nor will they be allowed to download the app to their phones. The announcement has left many users and creators with many ques...

First Amendment Rights Within Schools

First Amendment Rights Within Schools

Payton Whittaker, Editor in Chief

December 6, 2016

Just as there are rules about what can be said at home, there are rules about what can be said in schools. Contrary to what some people think, this does not violate the First Amendment Rights. The First Amendment is a right for a broad audience, that audience being America. On a more specific leve...

December Doings

December Doings

December 2, 2016

Santa’s Downtown 5k Dash - December 3 At 9:30 A.M. on Saturday, Santa’s Downtown 5k Dash will kick off, snaking through Downtown Carrollton and the Carrollton Highlands neighborhood. The 5k costs $25 for race day registration, and awards will be handed out for each gender and age group. More Info: ...

Marching Season Review

Marching Season Review

Emma Hoffman, Staff Writer

November 30, 2016

On November 4, the Creekview team competed against Newman Smith. This was at the last football game of the season, and also marked the end of the Mustang Band’s marching season. From July to November, the Creekview band worked tirelessly to perfect their marching show. Over the summer, members pr...

New Menu for DECA Store

New Menu for DECA Store

Inaara Muhammad, Managing Editor

November 30, 2016

The Mustang Cafe, also known as the DECA Store, is all stocked for students to shop at during lunch. This year, the cafe features a new menu and serves a variety of foods, drinks, snacks, and electronics. “We have some great new items such as Flamas Doritos, yogurt and ICE drink,” Lori Wood, ...

Pipeline Protests: When Water and Oil Mix

Pipeline Protests: When Water and Oil Mix

Breanna Mitchell, Staff Writer

November 30, 2016

What started as a handful of peaceful protesters praying on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in April 2014 has escalated into thousands of protesters, over 400 arrests, and over one million people showing support for the protest via Facebook. First proposed by Energy Transfer Partners in 2014, the 1,172 mi...

War in Yemen

War in Yemen

David Hoyt, Editor of Foreign Affairs

November 30, 2016

Since March of 2015, research has shown the country of Yemen has been embroiled in a bloody conflict that has largely been overlooked by western media. It has been estimated that more than 10,000 people have been killed, and 20 million more are in need of aid. Yet unlike Syria, Yemen isn’t getting...

TEKS…ing Students

TEKS…ing Students

Payton Whittaker, Editor in Chief

November 16, 2016

Censorship. The process of suppressing anything that is seen as obscene, offensive or disruptive. Parents censor what their kids listen to or watch when they are at home to protect them from things that are considered unsafe; but perhaps the real danger comes from a lack of information. Schools, ironic...

Creekview’s Thoughts: Pre-election

Creekview’s Thoughts: Pre-election

Payton Whittaker, Editor in Chief

November 10, 2016

Although we already know the results of the election, it did not match up with what the students of Creekview thought. Mustang Media conducted two polls on Twitter. One that asked who people thought would win the election with the results being 72% in favor of Clinton and 28% in favor of Trump ou...

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