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Anonymous apps dangerous, harmful

Olivia Taggart, Editor-in-chief

May 16, 2018

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This is the age of social media. In a study done by Statista, 81 percent of people in the U.S. had a social media profile. Social media allows people to connect with people. But there is a category of social media known as anon...

Small schools offer many advantages

Olivia Taggart, Editor-in-chief

May 16, 2018

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Our school is a small school. While some might argue that there are smaller schools, the real debate is whether or not attending a small school provides an advantage or disadvantage. An advantage of attending a small school is ...

Teenagers may suffer from cell phone addiction

Olivia Taggart, Editor-in-chief

April 12, 2018

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The world of technology is evolving every day to bring better computers, televisions and even “smart” refrigerators to people. The most anticipated release of every year is the newest smart phone. Smart phones are computers...

Gun control won’t prevent school shootings

Olivia Taggart, Editor-in-chief

April 12, 2018

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Before this article begins, the Cat’s Claw staff would like to say that what happened in Parkland, Florida, was a tragedy. Our hearts go out to the students whose lives were lost and those who lost their friends or family mem...

School district needs art classes

Jesica Crouse, Reporter

February 15, 2018

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When people think of Archer City ISD, they often think of athletics or academics, but never art. Art is commonly viewed as a way for people to express themselves and show their creativity. However, when they do not have a place o...

Break ups part of teens’ lives

Paige Victory, News Editor

November 2, 2017

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As a girl in high school, one of the big things on my mind is the excitement of a relationship. That rush I get from looking down the hallway and seeing him already looking at me, or the sick feeling I get in the pit of my sto...

Injury prevention matters

Injury prevention matters

November 2, 2017

Student debates merits of new technology

November 2, 2017

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Chromebooks were issued to every high school student this year. It’s great that the administration tried to incorporate more technology into our school, but I don’t think it’s working out. The Chromebooks have many problems...

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