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Following an offseason filled with team bonding, both soccer teams look to bring that connection onto the field.

Team chemistry a big role in soccer’s early expectations

Coy Pope, Staff Writer/Photographer February 28, 2022

Although football largely dominates the attendance figures for school sports, a large number of students play soccer, and the players are developing bonds that will better prepare the teams for success...

Letter to the Editor: Fine arts are underfunded.

Letter to the Editor: Fine arts are underfunded.

Conner Carlow, Editor-in-Chief February 28, 2022

The following is a Letter to the Editor published on behalf of The Insight. To submit a letter, click here. To the editor of The Insight, No matter if it is different clubs or sports, underfunding...

Student media provides a link between students to share important information. Student journalists have reported on remote learning, COVID safety, sports cancellations and school tradition changes.

Student Press Freedom Day: Student journalists are real journalists.

Conner Carlow, Editor-in-Chief February 24, 2022

Feb. 24 marks Student Press Freedom Day, a day dedicated to protecting the rights of student journalists across the nation. Currently, 15 states and Washington D.C. have student press freedom laws. However,...

The Pom squad has a rich history of taking state titles and competing with the best of the best at nationals over the past three years. On Feb. 4, pom competed and placed second in Orlando, Florida with some of the best teams in the nation.

Pom puts on a show, placing second at nationals

Landon Thomas, Staff Writer/Photographer February 18, 2022

Pom had an impressive season after placing first at the Oklahoma Secondary School Activites Association, OSSAA, game day pom competition and followed up with placing second in the nation on Feb 5. "The...

Following a fourth-place NFC finish, a late-game Cooper Kupp touchdown lifted the Los Angeles Rams over the Cincinnati Bengals to win the Super Bowl. This exciting victory marks the championship in Rams history.

Late game heroics lift Rams on top in Super Bowl LVI

Coy Pope, Staff Writer/Photographer February 18, 2022

The 102nd NFL season concluded Sunday with the highly awaited matchup between the Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LVI. This year, fans saw the return of the big game to the city of...

Spider-Man: No Way Home hit theaters on Dec. 17 and has since broken box office records. The release of the movie has since generated a large-scale debate over which actor best portrays the hero.

Which actor best portrays live action Spider-Man?

Coy Pope, Staff Writer/Photographer February 15, 2022

Since the much-anticipated release of “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” fans have begun to ponder over which actor best played the role of Peter Parker and Spider-Man. After joining Tom Holland’s Peter...

For an everyday pole vaulter, Lana Gonzalez jumps back into the season after an injury keeps her from vaulting.

Lana Gonzalez and her passion to play

Emma Johnson, Staff Writer/Photography February 15, 2022

At church, playing nine square, she goes up to hit the ball. She hits the ball with all her strength and bends her finger back all the way fracturing her thumb. With the pain intensifying with every second,...

Zaid Al Shareef reflecting on a passed project to check for improvements to be made.

Computer Science: The brains behind the machines

Kylee Crisswell, Staff Writer/Photographer February 11, 2022

 Computer science is defined as the study of the principles and use of computers. In Donnieta Ray’s advanced placement computer science class, this is exactly what her students do. Prior to enrolling...

Junior Kayden Chaparro in first place during his open dash.

Track season takes off

Cateyn McCarthey, Staff Writer/Photographer February 9, 2022

On Jan. 29 track had their first indoor meet of the season. The meet took place at Oklahoma University in Norman. The meet began with the 4x800m relay which was run by Kayden Chapparo, Max Marler, Austin...

To commemorate Black History Month, minority student union and art students got together to plan and paint murals on the cafeteria glass panes to recognize black figures such as Ruby Bridges and Martin Luther King. “For Black History Month I think it’s important to recognize black figures and to uphold black voices. Not just for Black History Month but for every day. It’s really important to do things like this so that every person feels included, and feels represented,” said art student Keianna Taheri.

Representing Black History Month through the halls

Dustin Berweiler, Staff Writer/Photographer February 1, 2022

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