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Krista Fleming

Krista Fleming, Managing Editor

Junior Krista Fleming is the managing editor and this is her third year on staff. She enjoys reading, teaching preschoolers and volunteering.

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 Junior Alissa Petty holds the necklace with her engagement ring and “R” charm, the initial of her fiance, junior at the Colony Ruby Rodriguez. The ring was Ruby’s grandmothers; Alissa plans to wear it on her necklace until she can get it resized. “People use the word ‘tied down’ when they talk about marriage, but that’s not what this is,” Alissa said. “I’m tied to [Ruby]. She’s my safety net — instead of falling in love, I’m being held there.”

A place to call home

Krista Fleming, Managing Editor
February 29, 2024
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As political parties sharpen their edges, the two-party system is no longer just a flaw in politics — it’s a hazardous issue, slowly ruining America.

Opinion: We the people

Krista Fleming, Managing Editor
February 6, 2024
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 Numbers on a transcript cannot dictate who one is, and that pushed narrative is the unhealthy trap of a “perfect student” mask.

Opinion: Grades cannot be everything

Krista Fleming, Managing Editor
December 15, 2023
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As the holiday season rolls around, students can add volunteering to their to-do list. Here’s a look at charities in the DFW area giving back during the holidays.

Making spirits bright

Krista Fleming, Managing Editor
December 15, 2023
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The ultimate Thanksgiving break staycation guide

The ultimate Thanksgiving break staycation guide

Krista Fleming, Managing Editor
November 18, 2023
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Vlog: The Hawk Eye in Boston

Krista Fleming, Managing Editor
November 16, 2023
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In an age where #BookTok controls what books get pushed into the limelight and which get forced out, originality is punished and every new bestseller is just like the last.

Opinion: Literature has lost its creativity

Krista Fleming, Managing Editor
November 8, 2023
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Growing Joy

Krista Fleming, Peyton Kuschmeider and Lillian Walters
November 3, 2023
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 I hold a photo of my great grandmother on her wedding day. In this photo, she is wearing a traditional Polish dress, and her husband is wearing his military uniform.

[Photo] Opinion: Pra babcia

Peyton Kuschmeider, Multimedia Editor
October 19, 2023
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The majority of the cast stand at the end of the first half of “Clue.” Theater will perform a total of three shows: two evening shows with the main cast and a matinee with the understudies.

Theater to perform “Clue” Oct. 12 and 14

Krista Fleming, Managing Editor
October 12, 2023
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Junior Izzy Frederick holds a photo of herself when she was younger. Though she maintained high grades throughout her GT classes as a child, Izzy fell into “the wrong crowd” in middle school and her grades, along with her mental health, began to decline. “Life just got hard,” Izzy said. “Everything got dark.”

The next destination

Krista Fleming, Managing Editor
October 11, 2023
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As the weather finally grows cold, I’ve drawn up a list of the best, most underrated animated films that everyone needs to watch from underneath a heap of blankets.

Five animated movies that deserve more recognition

Krista Fleming, Managing Editor
October 10, 2023
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The “basic white girl” mindset creates a culture that changes which “type” of girl is superior by the day, shaming girls for genuine interests and implying that being oneself is something to be detested.

Opinion: The “basic white girl” mindset is toxic

Krista Fleming, Managing Editor
September 19, 2023
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White teacher

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September 14, 2023
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Full of heart and humor, “Blue Beetle” ended DC’s streak of bland films and may offer the company long overdue redemption. (Photo via Warner Bros)

“Blue Beetle” is DC’s best film yet

Krista Fleming, Managing Editor
August 24, 2023
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Due to new protocol from the district, the daily 35-minute advisory time after second period will be shortened to 17 minutes, with time added to each other class to fill the 18-minute gap.

Advisory to be restricted next school year

Krista Fleming, Managing Editor
May 18, 2023
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Freshman Carys Turner warms up during a practice for the Belle Chanson Treble Choir on April 3. Belle is an intermediate level all-female choir and members must audition to join.

Choirs to compete in UIL April 12-13

Krista Fleming, Managing Editor
April 10, 2023
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Leeah Boyd pole vaults at a meet March 17. Leeah is one of three sophomores girls in the state with a personal record of at least 12 feet, leading with an inch difference between her and fourth place and a foot difference between her and tenth place. (Photo provided by Kerri Boyd)

Vaulting to victory

Krista Fleming, Managing Editor
March 26, 2023
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Opinion: “Though there have been a few good movies since “Avengers: Endgame,” the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has become a mediocre version of what it used to be.”

Opinion: The Marvel franchise has lost its spark

Krista Fleming, Managing Editor
February 17, 2023
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Infographic: The history of Valentine’s Day

Infographic: The history of Valentine’s Day

Krista Fleming, Managing Editor
February 14, 2023
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A paper mache model of Martin Luther King Jr. sits on a table in the entryway. The district accepted different forms of art relating to MLK to display at the event, whose creators were later given awards.

Photo Gallery: LISD’s 13th annual MLK celebration

Krista Fleming, Managing Editor
January 18, 2023
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Graphic by Krista Fleming

Most anticipated movies and shows of 2023

Krista Fleming, Managing Editor
January 13, 2023
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Helena and Leon Isbell pose for a picture at a company holiday party for Keller Williams North Country Realty on Nov. 22. The couple have worked with a numerous number of children, taking special interest in helping children with autism experience the magic of Christmas.

Santa Unwrapped

Heather Wheeler and Krista Fleming
December 17, 2022
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