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You Get Disney, Plus More!

You Get Disney, Plus More!

Chandler Reagh, Entertainment Editor

November 7, 2019

Movies and television on demand is one of the most used products that came out this generation. It’s great to be able to watch your favorite movies without having to wait for it to play on the TV. We have great streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu, but a little known company named Disney is d...

Learning to Lead in a Technical World

Learning to Lead in a Technical World

Diana Acuna

August 29, 2019

Finally the moment everyone had anxiously been waiting for. Everyone was quiet as they awaited the new Texas TSA officers to be announced. Sitting there waiting to find out who it would be felt like time had stood still for an eternity. Suddenly, the conference leader began, “And our 2019-2020 Sta...

A Golden Opportunity

A Golden Opportunity

Josephine Cowart, Staff Writer

August 27, 2019

Golden walls, golden chandeliers. Every ornate detail and carving makes the hall feel even more magical. As the orchestra starts playing, the audience can’t help but be taken aback by the breathtaking acoustics. When the orchestra stops, the hall is silent except for the ringing of the final note. ...

Once Upon A Prom

Two seniors pose in front of

April 9, 2019


Fatima Massare, Duke University

Senior Fatima Massare at the beautiful Duke campus in Durham, NC

Anna Ward, Staff Writer

February 19, 2019

Springtime comes with a lot of new things: new flowers, new weather, and new college acceptance letters! Senior Fatima Massare was recently accepted into her dream college, Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. “When I got my letter I was in shock, and I still am,” Massare described. “Whe...

Dreaming Big, Achieving Big

Dreaming Big, Achieving Big

Alyssa Shobert, Editor-in-Chief

February 19, 2019

College. Despite the negative visceral reaction we seniors get from that word, most also have a set of goals that come with it as well. Specifically, most have a "dream school" that, even if we feel like we could never get in, we would give anything to be there after graduation. Many Longview High School...

Students Pursue Their Passions

Students Pursue Their Passions

Alyssa Shobert, Editor-In-Chief

February 1, 2019

One of the most prevalent complaints of our generation is that the courses we take in school aren't relevant to our lives after high school. Oftentimes, students are pushed to make A's in classes that are seen as the "core" classes,  moving the ones that hold their interest the most onto the back-burner....

In Memory of Mr. Moody

Mr. Moody's cherished, bright smile

Alyssa Shobert, Editor-in-Chief

November 15, 2018

Whenever any beloved member of the LHS family passes, we must all come together in memory of them. On October 23, 2018, Emerett O'Neal Moody, II died at age 61. Moody served Longview High School through maintenance for 20 years, and was a part of the district for 24 years. His dedication, and most of al...

Know Your School, Know Your Rules

Guard shack at main entrance gets a new look for the new year.

Sophie Bunn, Editor-In-Chief

November 13, 2018

    There have been many controversial new policies this year such as the installation of student IDs, the parking lot being off-limits during school hours, and increased punishment for dress code and cell phone violations. Additions to campus rules and regulations are a direct result of the increase...

Strange Scenes

Senior Nikola Jeremic studies poetry in his IB English class.

Shaniyah Lewis, Staff Writer

November 8, 2018

    In life, you never know when you might have to adapt to new circumstances, locations, or even cultures. Questions like how do our foreign visitors or immigrants assimilate or try to fit into an American lifestyle? How do they view things like jobs or school in comparison to where they came from? Now, w...

Turning the Town Teal

Cannon smiles by a teal ribbon, representing ovarian cancer awareness

Rylee Babino, Staff Writer

September 18, 2018

When you think of September, things like school, football, and the beginning of fall automatically come to mind. However, for Lindsey Cannon, there is another, more pressing issue that this month represents. She knows that September marks ovarian cancer awareness month with the teal colored ribbon as...

Marching Miles or Marching Myles?

Meader leads the band at the Lufkin game Aug. 31st

Alyssa Shobert, Editor-in-Chief

September 17, 2018

It’s a typical Friday night during football season for the Longview Lobos: the football team working hard on the field, the Viewettes dancing, the cheerleaders ramping up the fans, and the band playing in the stands. Except, when the band steps on the field for halftime, there’s something different t...

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