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The Paw Print

The Student News Site of The Colony High School

The Student News Site of The Colony High School

The Paw Print

The Paw Print

The Student News Site of The Colony High School

The Student News Site of The Colony High School

The Paw Print

The Paw Print

The Student News Site of The Colony High School
Senior Daisy Rojas Martinez prepares to say goodbye and graduate.

Preparing to Say Goodbye

Daisy Rojas Martinez, Staff Writer April 22, 2022

The bell rings dismissing everybody to their first period. I walk to class passing by the senior graduation countdown by the counselor's office. It’s now less than 40 days away. As each day comes to...

Column: Domino Effect

Column: Domino Effect

Cristian Franco, Staff Writer April 11, 2022

I wake up to my 6:30 alarm that tempts me to stay in the comfort of my warm bed, but I somehow muster the motivation to get up to get ready for school. But, I’m exhausted.  I wake up feeling like...

Students in the fast food industry lament the difficulties of difficult customers.

Column: The Customer is Always Right

Audrey Sharek , Staff Writer January 24, 2022

I walk into the building. The smell of overused grease and cheap cleaning supplies linger throughout the room. I clock in, barely on time. I put on the necessities, gloves, hair tie, a meager smile. Although...

Student should be able to decorate their graduation caps in LISD.

Editorial: No cap, we should be able to decorate our graduation caps

Audrey Sharek , Staff Writer December 13, 2021

Graduation, SAT tests, senior sunrise, and senior sunset. Applying for colleges and getting accepted to colleges. For most seniors, these are the joys that come with being a senior.  As a senior, there...

Saniah Cannon loves her hair. For once I could say that I was 100 percent comfortable in my hair. I like my hair I whispered like it was a precious secret for just me. And for the first time the public reflected my happy thoughts about my hair.

Column: Relationship Problems

Saniah Cannon , Guest Writer December 3, 2021

I dreaded it every time it came around. You would think that it was something I would have grown used to at this point, but no... the same emotion evoked from me every single time...dread. The...

The perfect apple pie baked by Audrey Sharek.

Column: The Perfect Apple Pie

Audrey Sharek , Staff Writer November 19, 2021

Baking a pie crust is easy, flour, sugar, salt, butter, and water. That’s all there is to it. I rolled out 3/4ths of the dough and placed it skillfully on the tray. I then used my fingers to crimp it...

Staring at school through a screen, virtual school was uncharted territory.

Teen Years Robbed 

Cristian Franco, Staff Writer October 28, 2021

I sat at a crumb-filled table. I could hear a crying baby in the background and the loud explosions coming from the living room television. I sighed, frustrated.  I had to face the undeniable fact...

Illustration of a Lotería card symbolizing her love for music, and how we used to play together when I was younger.

Column: Thread of Time

Leda Jimenez, Staff Writer October 20, 2021

Editor’s note: This photo was named an honorable mention personal column in the 2022 TAJE Best of Texas contest.  I love you, mija. Those words seemed to travel through thick and thin, quite literally....

American media reinforces unrealistic expectations about the high school experience.

Column: My High School Tragedy

Audrey Sharek, Staff Writer October 15, 2021

Saturday, March 24. It was a humid day. I walked outside and was met with a slight touch of warmth. Standing in front of my school, I took a deep breath. I was nervous. Walking into the library, I noticed...

The skateboard hits the side of the rail while I try to complete a 5-O trick.

Column: Skateboarding vs. Covid

Cristian Franco, Staff Writer September 20, 2021

Editor’s note: This column was named honorable mention personal column in the 2022 TAJE Best in Texas contest.  I was skating around my neighborhood passing by all the houses made of brick. I looked...

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