Mustang Media

New SAT Coming Next March

New SAT Coming Next March

Jacob Wallace, Staff Writer

May 1, 2015

College Board will roll out a vastly different SAT this time next year. The overhaul, which includes a focus on explaining why answers are correct and changing the essay section from mandatory to optional, was designed to keep the test in line with the expectations of college classrooms. College Board...

Presidential Candidate Update

Presidential Candidate Update

Ellie Ebanks, Editor-in-Chief

April 21, 2015

Hillary Clinton and Marco Rubio announced their campaign for presidency this past week, bringing the grand total of candidates to four. Clinton is still the only Democratic candidate to announce her campaign. With the end of the month approaching, the window for campaign announcements is closing in...

Groundbreaking Drought

Groundbreaking Drought

Vanessa Castro, Staff Writer

April 20, 2015

Dealing with one of the most severe drought in years, California has become one of the driest states in America. According to NASA scientists, the reservoirs could run dry within a year and groundwater is slowly running out. The golden state might turn brown soon. Over the past few months nothing...

Campaign Trail Blazers

Campaign Trail Blazers

Ellie Ebanks, Editor-in-Chief

April 9, 2015

Senator, Rand Paul, announced his campaign for the 2016 Presidential Elections this past Tuesday, throwing his name in the hat as a possible Republican candidate. This comes after first time Senator, Ted Cruz, announced his campaign March 28, posting on twitter, “I’m running for President and...

One Act Advances to Bi-district Competition

One Act Advances to Bi-district Competition

Vanessa Castro, Staff Writer

April 6, 2015

Every year the theater department does a one act play for UIL. This year they did an adaption of the classic novel, The Great Gatsby by  F. Scott Fitzgerald. The theater department took The Great Gatsby to a new level. Within about 40 minutes, they captured every iconic scene and all the glam. This...

Mustang Family Fun Night

Mustang Family Fun Night

Jamison Amerine, Staff Writer

March 25, 2015

Students can pick up their report card along with a snow cone in an unusual twist this week. Rather than getting their grades during the Mustang Advisory Period, students will be able to pick up their report cards on Thursday, March 26 at the first Mustang Family Fun Night. In addition to picking...

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

Samantha Gonzalez, Student Life Editor

March 18, 2015

Earlier this month, a video surfaced depicting members of the University of Oklahoma’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity chanting “ There will never be nigger in SAE, you can hang them from a tree but they will never sign with me, there will never be a nigger in SAE.”After the video went viral, students...

A Bloody Friday the 13th

A Bloody Friday the 13th

Vanessa Castro, Staff Writer

February 12, 2015

Every three seconds, someone needs a blood transfusion. Lucky for you, you can help. This Friday, February 13th, you can donate blood. You have to be 17, and weigh at least 110 lbs.  If you’re 16, you have to talk to Mrs.Womack. Sign up days are Tuesday, and Thursday during lunch and Wednesday after...

Preview: Super Bowl XLIX

Preview: Super Bowl XLIX

Jamison Amerine, Staff Writer

January 30, 2015

After winning their respective conference championship games, The AFC champion New England Patriots will square off against the defending champion Seattle Seahawks for the coveted Lombardi Trophy in Phoenix. However, with two teams comes a whirlwind of headlines and controversy that engulfs our television...

Applaud This Squad

Applaud This Squad

Anna Chainaranont and Elena Walker

January 28, 2015

“Yesterday Read made me cry,” junior Allison Ketchersid said. “I got up to present my speech in front of everyone and I just burst into tears.” With his unparalleled Marine Corp character, Academic Decathlon advisor, Scott Read, propels his students to perfection. Straight studying. Before...

Obama’s Bold Bill

Obama’s Bold Bill

Jamison Amerine, Staff Writer

January 26, 2015

In hopes of taking a huge step forward in the United States education system, President Obama has proposed a bill that will authorize the government to pay for two full years of community college for students. Students who travel the road less taken and participate in community college will be able...

Swim Districts

Swim Districts

Bayley Bogus, Opinions Editor

January 23, 2015

Swim districts are this Friday, January 23rd, with seven schools competing...and the Creekview swim team is surprisingly not pumped. While the swimmers have been preparing for months, some years, the mutual feel is just wanting to get it over with and move on to regionals a few weeks later. “I’m...

Student Voice of Creekview HS
News