The Student Voice of Prosper High School

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The Student Voice of Prosper High School

Eagle Nation Online

The Student Voice of Prosper High School

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Rusty Joe Gonzales

Rusty Joe Gonzales, Entertainment Editor

Rusty Joe Gonzales is a senior - this is their third year as a staff member on Eagle Nation Online, and their first year as the Executive Entertainment Editor. Last year, they were the Social Media Co-Director for ENO, and they plan to expand the entertainment section to highlight all forms of entertainment that goes on at the school. After high school, they plan to go to college to pursue a major in Journalism

Honors, Experience and Awards:

  • Quill & Scroll Honor Society Member
  • Former Social Media Co-Director for ENO
  • 2 Best of SNO Publications
  • 2021 TAJE Honorable Mention Cell Phone Photo - Convention
  • TAJE Best in Texas 2022 - Excellent - Story Portfolio
  • TAJE Best in Texas 2022 - Excellent - Feature Story
  • TAJE Best in Texas 2022 - Honorable Mention - Photo Gallery
  • TAJE Story of State - 2nd Place
All content by Rusty Joe Gonzales
Binder open, junior Molly Baugher pours over her notes before the Poultry CDE competition. After high school I want to major in Animal Science, Baugher said. This contest helps take what we learn in class and apply it to skills we need for our careers. The state competition was Tuesday April 28 at Texas A&M University.

Sun up to sun down: Junior competes, reflects on FFA season

Rusty Joe Gonzales, Entertainment/Video Games Beat Reporter
April 30, 2021
As they perform for a recording, sophomore Gianna Galante and senior Emily Reish do a TikTok dance to All About That Cake by Nodis. In the attached article, columnist Rusty Joe Gonzales discusses how TikTok documents activism and a return of country music to its  original roots of letting underrepresented artists have a voice. Besides activism, some students use the app to connect with others. TikTok is a nice outlet, Galante said. I really like creating videos on there for my friends and others to see.

Column: TikTok trend changes views on country music

Rusty Joe Gonzales, Reporter and Entertainment Beat
October 16, 2020
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