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Six-Year-Old Boy Receives Plastic Surgery on Ears

Six-Year-Old Boy Receives Plastic Surgery on Ears

Bayley Bogus, Editor-in-Chief

October 7, 2015

Gage Berger, a six-year-old boy from Utah, received “life-changing” plastic surgery after years of being bullied by peers for having “elf ears.” “I just didn’t want to be made fun of anymore,” Berger said. His parents--Tim and Kallie Berger--decided to follow through with the surgery with the fear tha...

Rally Against the Panthers

Rally Against the Panthers

Bayley Bogus, Editor-in-Chief

October 1, 2015

Varsity football kicks off its first home district game against Hillcrest today at Standridge Stadium, but not before the Mustang student body is immersed in school spirit at the pregame pep rally. “I scream like crazy,” junior Derek Kang said.  “Pep rallies are so much fun and they get ...

Coffeehouse Choir Concert

Coffeehouse Choir Concert

Diana Robledo, Staff Writer

September 23, 2015

The Creekview Choir Department is putting on their annual Coffeehouse Concert Thursday, September 24th in the cafeteria. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and the show will start at 7 p.m. Tickets are $5 and will be sold at the door. Enjoy Starbucks drinks and dessert, along with the Legends Show Choir perfor...

Feel The Bern

Feel The Bern

Jamison Amerine, Sports Editor

September 20, 2015

We all know the main presidential candidates now. There’s the pompous Mr. Donald Trump, who has successfully drawn interest from the Republican crowd. There’s the rejuvenation story of the Clinton administration with Bill’s wife, Hillary, taking to the polls. And of course, there are the 16 other republ...

Band’s Annual 5K Run

Band’s Annual 5K Run

Adrian Casas, Page Editor

September 18, 2015

Get ready for drums, music, booths, and lots of running at Creekview. The annual 5K Running of the Band and Family Fun Run is on Saturday the 19th as the band hosts its biggest fundraiser of the year. There are over 250 runners (and rising) signed up currently. This is a certified race, meaning pe...

New Law Mandates Colleges to Accept 3s on AP Exams

New Law Mandates Colleges to Accept 3s on AP Exams

Adrian Casas, Page Editor

September 18, 2015

High school students everywhere can now rejoice thanks to a law Governor Greg Abbott passed on June 4th this past summer. House Bill 1992 ensures that all Texas public colleges accept a score of a three or higher on any AP test, meaning many students can now use the credit they earned from an AP clas...

Surviving The Texas Heat

Surviving The Texas Heat

Bryan Ramirez, Samantha Badillo, Susie Sutherland, and Payton Whittaker

September 10, 2015

If you’re from Texas, you know the summertime isn’t pleasant. In fact, the highest recorded temperature of this summer was 108 degrees during mid-August. Though some find the excruciating heat intolerable, there is a handful of folks who have to work under these awful conditions for hours to make en...

Donald Chump

Donald Chump

Jamison Amerine, Sports Editor

September 9, 2015

Narcissistic, arrogant, power-hungry, and running for president of the United States. He truly is the odd candidate out in this 2016 election with little political experience, yet Donald Trump is actually the favorite to land the GOP nomination. A few months ago, even the most hard-headed conservatives would ...

Life in the ER: Baylor Medical Center

Life in the ER: Baylor Medical Center

Bayley Bogus, Nathan Smernoff, Anna Chainaranont

August 28, 2015

Contrary to popular belief, Emergency Rooms are not as hectic and sensual as they are depicted on Grey’s Anatomy.  At Baylor Medical Center in Carrollton, while still overwhelming, runs like a beehive. Everyone works within their hierarchy to complete each job. There are nurses, similar to worker b...

Tax Free Shopping Frenzy

Tax Free Shopping Frenzy

Jamison Amerine, Darian Boddie, and Morgan Smith

August 26, 2015

Vista Ridge Mall was flooded with eager shoppers this past weekend as the annual Tax Free phenomenon kicked off. Every year, the lone star state is one of the few participants in allowing shoppers a free pass from grueling tax percentages for a three day period. While shoppers have an easier agenda during ...

The $20 Bill Campaign

The $20 Bill Campaign

Bayley Bogus, Opinions Editor

May 22, 2015

After 87 years of holding his place on the $20 bill, Andrew Jackson is in danger of having his job encroached by Harriet Tubman. This week, the New York based advocacy group Women on 20’s announced Tubman was the winner of their campaign to put a female on the $20 bill. Eleanor Roosevelt was also i...

Crimson Honor Recipients

Crimson Honor Recipients

Anna Chainaranont, Illustrator/Staff Writer

May 1, 2015

Every year, mustangs are recognized for their performance in subjects classes and extracurriculars. Teachers select students they feel fit for a crimson honor and ultimately, those who represent the core qualities of compassion, creativity, integrity, leadership, perseverance, and thinking. With a long...

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