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My Day in Austin

My Day in Austin

BillyS, Online Editor

February 26, 2016


Filed under Opinions, Reviews

I took a campus visit to the University of Texas in Austin in a desperate attempt to narrow my search of prospective trains into a successful future. After this visit, I can certainly say that the University of Texas is certainly a forerunner right now in that search. From what I learned from an extremely...

The Good Girl: An Adrenaline-Filled Bestseller by Mary Kubica

The Good Girl: An Adrenaline-Filled Bestseller by Mary Kubica

Jordan Miller, Acting Editor-in-Chief

February 20, 2016


Filed under Reviews

Mary Kubica’s bestselling novel, The Good Girl, is a novel that may replace Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl in the mother of all plot twists. I began the book as the result of an offhand comment made to me by a friend, and considered it a mere pleasure read. However, once I approached the meat of the n...

Anchor Down: A Review of Vanderbilt University

Anchor Down: A Review of Vanderbilt University

JordanM, Managing Editor

December 7, 2015


Filed under Opinions, Reviews

Driving to Nashville, where the university is located, gave me an indicator of just how gorgeous the campus would be. Rolling hills covered with fall foliage greeted my eyes on the road to the music city, and the crisp air was overwhelmingly different than the 70-ish humidity that’s the norm fo...

Maddie and Tae, Start Here

Maddie and Tae, Start Here

BennettR, Staff Reporter

November 4, 2015


Filed under Music

While I am not an expert on country music, Maddie and Tae's "Start Here" was an enjoyable album that contained some very endearing pieces.  "Start Here" is their debut album, and it gave me a good impression of their unique style. They both have beautiful and soulful voices that, combined with the...

The Wildcat Java Cafe is here

The Wildcat Java Cafe is here

KyleR, Staff Reporter

October 30, 2015


Filed under Lifestyle, Reviews

Twice a school year the culinary classes opens the doors of the Wildcat Java Cafe. With today being the day before Halloween (Day Two is on Valentine's Day), they themed everything after the holiday and naturally, business is booming. By the beginning of C lunch, the Java Cafe had almost 1,500  total...

Rice and Bean Cuban Cuisine

Rice and Bean Cuban Cuisine

MaddyP, Staff Reporter

October 29, 2015


Filed under Reviews

I recently had dinner at Rice and Bean Cuban Cuisine off of 290. At first, I was admittedly skeptical since the small restaurant was empty at 6:00 pm. However, it smelled great so I decided to give it a try. Rice and Bean Cuban Cuisine serves traditional Cuban dishes, something somewhat unique to Cy...

Diving Under the Sea with Mulan

KiaraS, Staff Reporter

October 18, 2015


Filed under Entertainment, Opinions, Reviews

The weekend of October 15-17 the Cy Woods Theatre company performed the Little Mermaid jr. and Mulan jr. The show was fun for all; the audience was filled with people of all ages that were constantly laughing along. The jokes in the script were executed very well and had the audience laughing many times....

Falling Quick for Kiss Me Quick

Falling Quick for Kiss Me Quick

SujeanS, Media Editor

October 14, 2015


Filed under Opinions, Reviews, Showcase

Nathan Sykes, an English singer and songwriter, released a single called "Kiss Me Quick". This is his debut single, and it has put a good impression in my mind. Who could resist tapping their toes and dancing to the dramatic pitches in his voice? Sykes' voice matches perfectly to the heavy drums and...

iOS 9 – Not Number 1

KyleR, Staff Reporter

October 9, 2015


Filed under Reviews

Recently, Apple released the new iOS operating system for i-phones, but you would think it is better than the last; well you would be dead wrong. Instead, iOS 9 is one of the worst operating systems I’ve ever seen Apple produce in a long time. First off, there are so many bugs with the new system....

Tasty Treat for your Equine

HaleyB, Staff Reporter

October 4, 2015


Filed under Reviews

 This tasty treat will win your horses' love. The treat is easy to make and only takes 25 minutes to bake. It contains flour, sugar, water, molasses, large carrots and oats. First you shred the carrot and put it in a large bowl with 2 cups of four and two to three cups of oats. Then put mix togethe...

Euripedes: The Tragedy of Medea

Euripedes: The Tragedy of Medea

MatthewR, Staff Reporter

September 30, 2015


Filed under Entertainment, Reviews

Last week Thursday, Friday and Saturday Wildcat theater  successfully held its production of a Greek tragedy Medea by Euripides in the commons courtyard. The tragedy is of a woman named Medea who is abandoned by her husband Jason and left alone with their two children. He remarries Glauce the daughter of Creon, the King of Corinth. As a resul...

Ifly into another world

HaleyB, Staff Reporter

September 23, 2015


Filed under Reviews

Being able to skydive is the coolest thing a person can say they've done. But the problem is, a person has to be at least 18 or older to skydive. However, indoor skydiving is the next best thing. There is no max age, but you must be at least three years old and in good condition. The ifly instructor...

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