• Sandfort family safe following scary Boston experience

    Sandfort family safe following scary Boston experience

    By Addy Buigas-Lopez Business Manager Over 27,000 athletes participated in the 117th Boston Marathon today after months of physical training only to reach the finish line with the shock of their lives as the explosion of two bombs cut their celebrations short. Police officers and the SWAT team swept the area after cancelling the marathon […]

  • Students go the extra 13.1 miles

    Students go the extra 13.1 miles

    By Ben Cowlishaw Online Copy Editor Every student has their niche – something they enjoy and makes them feel a part of something. Some students sing, produce artwork or play a sport while others choose to run 13.1 miles. The reasons students choose to run a half-marathon vary greatly. Some are merely checking it off […]

  • Registration for annual Turkey Trot begins

    By Caroline Carter Staff Writer Every Thanksgiving Day the Dallas YMCA and Capital One Bank put on the annual Turkey Trot. Registration has begun and it will be a fun event for the whole family. The Turkey Trot began 43 years ago and was originally held at White Rock Lake but is now held in […]

  • Preperations begin for Relay For Life

    Corrina Taylor Staff Writer Cancer is a big part of the 21st century lifestyle, affecting many people in our lives. The latest statistic is that one of out of every three people is affected by cancer. It is because of the serious statistics that people join together against cancer. On November 15th at 6:30 p.m. […]

  • HOSA to “run” preparations at the Dallas White Rock Marathon

    Julia Kim Staff Writer The annual Dallas White Rock Marathon will take place this Sun., Dec. 5, beginning at a new location this year: Fair Park. The CHS HOSA Club will volunteer at Aid Station 14 and prepare to serve water and Gatorade for thousands of runners; this is another year in which the club has […]