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Humans of THS – October

Humans of THS – October

Album Staff

October 5, 2015

Filed under Features, THS Album

Three’s company for THS triplets

Tamara Crump, Staff Writer

October 1, 2015

Filed under Features, Hi-Times

If you look, you can spot several sets of twins strolling around the Tupelo High School campus, but if you squint hard enough you will find two sets of triplets. Being a triplet “is great because you have people to watch out...

Rumors all around

Rumors all around

September 28, 2015

Skaters turn hobby into daily grind

Anhthu Truong, Staff Writer, The Hi-Times

September 18, 2015

Filed under Features, Hi-Times, News

Skaberd |skay-bird|: noun a variant on the word skateboard; a skate clothing line started by Dylan Bartlett, along with friends Wallace Owen, Justin Zosel, Caleb Fancher and Ben Policicchio; adjective having a skate state of mind...

Students and teachers travel to help others

Meredith Beasley, Sports Editor, The Hi-Times

September 18, 2015

Filed under Features, Hi-Times

Recently, Tupelo High School students and teachers have traveled far and wide to share their faith through mission trips in places ranging from Honduras to Africa to Ecuador. The works they did brought joy not only to the peo...

THS cosplayers play dress up

Mary Catherine Miller, Staff Writer, The Hi-Times

September 18, 2015

Filed under Features, Hi-Times

Costume and play equal fun for Tupelo High School sophomores Emma Crockett, Sanders Higgins and Retta Maxwell. “It’s the extreme intensity of dressing up,” explained Crockett, an active cosplay enthusiast who meets once...

Community Pep Rally 9.3.15

Community Pep Rally 9.3.15

September 4, 2015

Culinary Arts program preps students for kitchen careers

Samantha Ratliff, Hi-Times Staff Writer

February 6, 2015

Filed under Features

When you’re walking in I building, do you ever get caught by the most breathtaking aroma and wonder where it’s coming from? You should know it’s coming from the Culinary Arts class, which is taught by Faye Henson. Henson...

The King lives on

Megan Ybarra, Hi-Times Staff Writer

February 6, 2015

Filed under Features

Nearly 40 years after his death, Elvis Presley’s legacy remains a major part of the community. Without Presley, the quaint town of Tupelo would hardly hold a place on the map. Each year the city receives thousands of visitors...

Send in the troupes

Kaitlin Flowers, Hi-Times Staff Writer

January 25, 2015

Filed under Features

Thespians from all over Mississippi will come together for the State Thespian Conference on Jan. 30-31 at Tupelo High School. Thespian Society is an internationally recognized club for actors, named for the Greek Thespis who...

West heads to Africa after early graduation

Morgan Southworth, Hi-Times Assistant Editor

December 12, 2014

Filed under Features

People travel to the continent of Africa all the time. Pastors go on mission trips, middle-aged adults go on spiritual journeys and families go to see exotic animals. It is not often, however, that a teenager will graduate high...

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