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The Student Voice of Prosper High School

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The Student Voice of Prosper High School

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The Student Voice of Prosper High School

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Broken glass fills this view of sophomore Kritika Kothas family car. Kothas sister took this picture as she hid in the vehicle, which had been shot at during the shooting at Allen Premium Outlets. The shooting occurred May 6.  In the attached article, experts give safety information to implement, including advice to conceal and cover in order to survive this type of situation. Conceal means Im hidden, but it wont stop a bullet, like a bush, thin door, or wall, former officer Lt. Mike Archibeque said. Cover means it will stop a bullet and protect you – a concrete wall/pillar or a car engine block. The more items you can put between you and the shooter, the greater the likelihood it will stop the bullets. 

In wake of Allen shooting, experts give advice on personal protection

Gracie Archibeque May 26, 2023

Only 220 days remain in 2023, yet the United States has experienced 241 mass shootings, 16,775 lives lost and 13,657 injured. Frisco Police Department Deputy Chief Mike Hagan said he continues...

With the start of a new podcast, sophomore hosts Erica Deutsch and Sofia Ayala bring awareness to bullying. This is something that seriously needs to be addressed and is a topic that I am super passionate about, along with other topics of mental health, Deutsch said. We hope to reach those who need it most.

Podcast: All In My Mind – Bullying

Sofia Ayala and Erica Deutsch May 23, 2023

In this episode, sophomores Sofia Ayala and Erica Deutsch share real stories about victims of bullying. They also interview the student support counselor, Stephanie Clayton, and junior Lauren Clayton to...

A collage of photos features senior Cate Emma Warren with family and friends. Warren will be attending Louisiana State University in the fall majoring in Biology. Every person in ENO has learned the importance of the truth, of authenticity and owning your own work, Warren said. I hope that ENT can continue to be an outlet for students, journalists, teachers, administrators and people of Prosper to find that sense of truth. Thank you for allowing me to learn with you, make mistakes, and lastly, thank you for helping make me who I am today.

Senior column: Eagle Nation Times Editor reflects on building the print newspaper, personal growth

Cate Emma Warren, Editor-in-chief of Eagle Nation Times May 18, 2023

As I look to the end of my senior year, I have to reflect on everything that has led me to where I am today. Many say ‘everything happens for a reason,’ and I can prove that almost everything does....

In a collage of photos made on Canva, senior Maya Contreras shares memoirs of her friends and family. She will be attending Texas State University and majoring in Marketing. I never knew high school would fly by this fast, Contreras said. Newspaper has been a great part of my journey.

Senior column: Executive graphic designer glances at high school journey, thanks friends

Maya Contreras May 17, 2023

Not long ago, my mom found a box of sticky notes covered in 10-year-old handwriting. Those scribbles were written by my younger self detailing memories in my own version of captions. Reading those notes...

Huddled for a group photo, Kevin Madzima and some of his friends are pictured celebrating their senior prom. Madzima has attended Prosper High School for the past four years and will be going to the University of Oklahoma in the fall. These past few weeks Ive spent so much time reminiscing, Madzima said. But, I cant wait to experience more in the future.

Senior Column: Reporter reflects on lessons learned in high school

Kevin Madzima, Reporter May 17, 2023

While preparing for the next chapter of my life, I have spent a lot of time reflecting on how my time at Prosper High School has affected me and helped me to grow. At PHS, my relationships with friends,...

Senior column: Writer, photographer thanks mentors, looks forward to future

Senior column: Writer, photographer thanks mentors, looks forward to future

Gianna Galante, Reporter May 17, 2023

Endings can be bittersweet. It's an exciting opportunity for new beginnings, but at the same time, it’s a door closing. A door full of wonderful memories, new relationships, new ideas and concepts, and...

The image above was staged by junior Lauren Clayton and taken by columnist and senior Brooke Murphree. As a senior in ENO, I was given the task of writing a senior column. I was told it could be anything and didnt have to focus on my school experience, Murphree said. I wanted it to have something to do with my time at PHS, so I thought about it the way I do about everything else, by hand, writing down my thoughts with pops of color.

Senior column: Writer offers advice, motivational tips to underclassmen

Brooke Murphree, Journalist May 15, 2023

I have attended Prosper ISD for the past nine years. My accomplishments are small but they contribute to the accomplishment that is Prosper’s school district. The last four years of my high school...

Juice jacking, a form of a cyber crime that involves stealing data or installing malware on a device through a USB charging port, has become an increasingly common threat in todays time. As more and more people rely on their phones and other devices to stay connected, the convenience of public charging stations has made it easier for cyber criminals to carry out their attacks. Training and awareness would be the best sources of prevention, Chief Technical Officer Fernando De Velasco said. We also install our own electric outlets and purchase the charging outlets (like the portable units,) so we know those come without any issues. People are not aware of this issue in general, and having convenience outlets in many public spaces adds to this problem.

Experts warn against dangers of juice jacking

Nada Gad, Photojournalist May 15, 2023

Juice jacking, a form of a cyber crime that involves stealing data or installing malware on a device through a USB charging port, has become an increasingly common threat in today's time. As more and more...

In a collage made on Canva, senior Neena Sidhu spends time with her friends and family. Sidhu will be attending the University of South Carolina in the fall. In about two months, Ill be getting ready to move halfway across the country for college, which will be a big change, but one Im excited for, Sidhu said. I will be attending the University of South Carolina and majoring in business and finance, and I couldnt be more excited to start a new chapter in my life.

Senior Column: Chief Operating Officer reflects on high school journey, thanks mentors, friends

Neena Sidhu, Chief Operating Officer May 12, 2023

As I'm looking forward to attending the University of South Carolina in the fall, I am also taking the last two weeks before graduation to look back at my last four years at Prosper High School. As excited...

In a collage made on Picsart, senior Mithra Cama showcases highlights of her senior year. Cama has attended Prosper ISD schools her entire student career, and she plans to attend University of Texas at Austin in the fall. I am super excited to take on this new journey, Cama said. I have never lived anywhere else, so it definitely will be challenging.

Senior Column: Writer looks back on experience with storytelling, journalism

Mithra Cama, Multimedia Director May 12, 2023

A few years ago my brother uncovered a little black notebook from the depths of his closet, above his clothes, hidden in a shoebox. Bursting with laughter, he delivered the familiar-looking book to me....

Collin County History Museum prepares new exhibit

Kalyani Rao, Executive Editor-in-Chief May 11, 2023

The Collin County History Museum, located in McKinney's historic downtown, is dedicated to preserving the past, with the leadership of director Kristin Spalding and archive manager Meghan Bedrosian. It...

In a collage of photos featuring their family and friends, a picture of senior Rusty Joe Gonzales sits look at text Farewell. Gonzales will attend Texas Tech University in the fall studying Agricultural Communications. During these four years, you may slowly grow up a little and realize a lot of things about life, and some times to learn you have to make mistakes, Gonzales said. You have to fall, adjust your methods, and get back up again. You may have no reason to, but trust me, Im talking from experience here.

Senior Column: Entertainment editor shares ‘miracle’ journey, thanks loved ones

Rusty Joe Gonzales, Entertainment Editor May 11, 2023

The fact that I am even sitting here typing up my final words to this school and community is a miracle, or at least that's what I have been told for almost my entire life. When I was brought home from...

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