The Crimson Connection

The La Grande Wheel XL is quite a popular ride at the HLSR and here it is lit up at night.

Rodeo Roundup

Everything to know about the 2020 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
ErinE, Editor-in-Chief February 24, 2020

It’s that time of year again. The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is back in town. This year the HLSR will be in town from March 3 to March 22 at NRG Stadium. First up, let’s talk about the concert...

Senior and online editor MackenseyD following the yellow brick road into Art Factory to see The

Not in Kansas Anymore

Art Factory’s twist on The Wizard of Oz
MackenseyD, Online Editor December 4, 2019

In honor of the 80th anniversary of the beloved film, Art Factory, a small professional theatre just outside of downtown, put on a reimagined production of The Wizard of Oz. I am not the biggest fan of...

Indianapolis Colts Linebacker Darius Leonard tackles Houston Texans Wide Receiver Deandre Hopkins after a reception.

Texans Versus Colts

Poor defense aids in Texans' loss
EvanH, Staff Reporter November 1, 2019

On Sunday, Oct. 20, the Houston Texans traveled to Indianapolis to face the Colts, who were on a two game winning streak after losing to the Raiders in week three. The Texans were coming in with a surprise...

Houston skyline

Summer Spots

Take a look at all the best places in Houston to take summer pictures.
ErinE, Online Editor April 25, 2019

Hey, Wildcats, it's almost that time of year that we have all been desperately waiting for: summer. Summer is just around the corner, and here are a few places around the city that are guaranteed to provide...

Line Up For the Ride

Line Up For the Ride

All about the Rodeo 2019
SaraZ, Staff Reporter March 7, 2019

It’s that time of year again. The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is back in town. This year it will be from Feb 25 to March 17. First up, let’s talk about that lineup. It looks interesting this year....

Demaryius Thomas in his first game as a Texan

Texans Reconstruction

What Texans need to do in the off-season in order to compete for a championship
CooperG, Staff Reporter January 14, 2019

After getting completely dominated by the colts in the first round of the playoff many people are wondering what changes are they going to make to the team in order to be a contender for the Laramie trophy....

A meal from In-N-Out.

In-N-Out is coming to Houston

California based restaurant is taking its place in Katy
PaigeR, Staff Reporter October 20, 2018

The famous burger chain, In-N-Out burger has purchased property in Katy at the intersection of I-10 and Katy Fort Bend Road. It has been a long time coming for this chain to reach Houston. There have...

My take on Houstonian Architecture

My take on Houstonian Architecture

Why Houstonian Architecture isn't the best.
ColinH, Staff Reporter May 1, 2018

If you go outside and look around at all the buildings in Cypress, you will notice one thing: they are kind of ugly. Houston as a city, by extent, is simply a city that put function over form in terms...

Houston Skyline

Summer Savings

cheap summer entertainment
KiaraSt, Copy Editor May 5, 2017

As this school year comes to a close, students are left asking themselves, “what should we do this summer?” Kids are left sitting at home thinking there is nothing for them to do, but contrary to popular...

Houston skyline

Houston To The Rescue

a website to help stop being bored inCypress
HaleyB, Staff Reporter April 4, 2017

Most people who live in Cypress know there is nothing much to do. There are only so many movies to watch and new restaurants to go to until it all becomes old. Since we live right next to the best city...

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Making Our Way Downtown

Experiencing Houston more
Maddy P, Staff Reporter February 13, 2017

Growing up in Cypress, it's easy to feel like you're living in a bubble. Our little suburbia feels a world away from the city scene of Houston, one of the most populous cities in the nation. We've gone...

Plummeting Oil Costs Hurt the Houston Economy

Plummeting Oil Costs Hurt the Houston Economy

MattR, Staff Reporter January 19, 2016

A barrel of crude oil is now 28 dollars a gallon which is more 50 times less than that of a barrel of sparkling water (Perrier: $1825) . In Houston this means lots of job losses and a plummeting local...

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