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A New Generation of Legends

A New Generation of Legends

Izzy Smith, Co-Editor-in-Chief

November 1, 2017

With the school year in full swing, our teams, clubs, and other organizations welcome new and returning members. One of these organizations is Legends, a show choir that typically opens at choir concerts. They recently performed at the choir coffee house in September. “It’s my first year in ...

The Pawns Will March

The Pawns Will March

Katriel Hart, Staff Member

October 26, 2017

The student section is dressed in black. The Friday night lights are shining bright. The game is on. The varsity football team played against R.L. Turner on Friday, September 29. By halftime, the team was winning 14-7, and it was time for the halftime performances by the schools’ respective dr...

Homecoming parade enhances school spirit

Homecoming parade enhances school spirit

Christie Nah, Co-Editor

October 17, 2017

From class hallway decorations, mum and garter exchanges, dress up days, to a homecoming game, and of course the annual parade, homecoming week is a time full of school spirit. The homecoming parade took place on Friday. This year’s theme, Spooky Stangs, was prepared and presented by students, pa...

Fittest at Creekview

Fittest at Creekview

Avin Park, Staff Member

October 16, 2017

Senior Will McGuigan has made a name for himself by creating an Instagram account dedicated to his workout progression.  During school, conversations about McGuigan are unavoidable, and students can be seen looking at McGuigan’s fitness instagram page. The senior said he has been working hard on bod...

Write Your Heart Out

Write Your Heart Out

Katriel Hart, Staff Member

October 4, 2017

Students are all too familiar with the idea of writing - essays, poetry, articles. By the end of high school, students have just about written every form of writing there is. But there is one club on campus that’s creating a positive view on writing. For anyone who hasn't heard, the poetry ...

CFBISD hosts annual College Night

CFBISD hosts annual College Night

Kaitlyn Dube and Jannat Malik

September 27, 2017

Each year, CFBISD hosts a college night in September to help students select the right college they want to attend. This year, around 110 universities, junior colleges, and military branches showed up to Creekview High School from all around the nation to give students a scoop of how their school wor...

Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month

Emma Hoffman, Editor-in-Chief

September 27, 2017

What it is: In 1968, President Lyndon B Johnson began National Hispanic Heritage Week. In 1988, on August 17, President Ronald Reagan enacted a law that expanded the event to 30 days. National Hispanic Heritage is now celebrated in the U.S. from September 15 to October 15. This month long observation ce...

Hearing Their Voices

Hearing Their Voices

Breanna Mitchell, Staff Writer

May 24, 2017

On Wednesday May 17, 2017, students performed works of poetry in Creekview’s fourth annual Poetry Slam organized by AP English Literature, Comp Poets, and the Poetry Slam Team. The night was dedicated to Peter Myers, a past english teacher at Creekview who passed away earlier this year. “Mr. Myer...

Mock Trial Wins Fifth In The Nation

Mock Trial Wins Fifth In The Nation

Emma Hoffman, Staff Writer

May 20, 2017

At a nationwide competition that took place in Hartford, Connecticut from May 10-13, the Mock Trial DBA team got 5th place, out of 46 teams (all of whom had won at their state level). This is the highest Creekview has ever ranked at the nationals level (previously it was 17th), and the highest a team f...

Wranglers and Wranglerettes

Wranglers and Wranglerettes

Cassie Gilpin, Staff Writer

May 16, 2017

Wranglers have been part of a well loved tradition at Creekview for many years. They’ve evolved and changed throughout the years, but have always been able to maintain the Creekview spirit from the beginning. Kurtis Kelley, senior and captain of the Wranglers this year, discussed about the pro...

Early Graduation By The Numbers: An Inside Scoop From The Graduates

Early Graduation By The Numbers: An Inside Scoop From The Graduates

Emily Storey, Staff Writer

May 10, 2017

Making it to graduation day is no easy feat; between credits, clubs and outside commitments, graduating on time can be a challenge. However, some Mustangs take this challenge and one up it by graduating a semester, or even a year, early. The first step is to accept the challenge. “I just have th...

Maximize Your Minimal Time

Maximize Your Minimal Time

Cassie Gilpin, Staff Writer

May 10, 2017

With AP Exam season in full swing, prom shopping, and some extracurricular activities still meeting, studying for finals or end of course exams might be the lowest priority on some students’ agendas. However, by balancing studying with the long list of activities students are involved in with healthy ef...

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