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The Visit Review

Tamara Crump, Staff Writer

November 19, 2015

Filed under Hi-Times, Opinion

Most people believe old people are sweet and cute, right? Deanna Dunagan and Peter McRobbie from “The Visit” will immensely change your outlook on the elderly. After 15 years of radio silence between daughter and parents, Be...

American Sign Language is back

Tamara Crump, Staff Writer, The Hi-Times

November 19, 2015

Filed under Hi-Times, News

As of 2015, Tupelo High School has approximately 60 clubs. Eight of them are new to the school. Starting a club requires a student/teacher completing an application that must be submitted by the first Friday in August. One...

Ali and Ivy Watts: Sisters in Action

Meredith Beasley, Sports Editor, The Hi-Times

November 19, 2015

Filed under Hi-Times, Sports

Ali and Ivy Watts use their sisterly bond to push each other on the softball field. Friends on and off the field, these sisters work together, challenge each other and play the game they love without strife or even sibling rivalry....

Tupelo Football vs Olive Branch 11.5.15

Keywanna Rogers, Staff Writer, The Hi-Times

November 6, 2015

Filed under Hi-Times, Sports

The Golden Wave defeated Olive Branch at Renasant Field Nov. 5. All the seniors were captains because it was senior night. Chris Shannon scored the 1st touchdown for Tupelo leaving the score 7-7 in the the first quarter.  Ke...

To tax or not to tax: non-tax exemption church-state violation

Jeremy Hinds, Chief Photographer, The Hi-Times

November 6, 2015

Filed under Hi-Times, Opinion

The issue of taxes has been so powerful in the history of the U.S., that it was an integral part in the creation of the country. As much as we all hate having to dig in our pockets for those extra couple cents we owe, we all kno...

Shoulda Woulda Coulda

November 6, 2015

Filed under Hi-Times, Opinion

Graduates offer survival tips for underclassmen Jeremy Hinds @hurdle_gang Chief Photographer   At the end of the long academic journey known as high school, some alumni could reflect on the past years and...

Caiti Ellis goes to Washington

Austin Nguyen, Staff Writer, The Hi-Times

November 6, 2015

Filed under Hi-Times, News

Tupelo High School senior Caiti Ellis has been in yearbook for three years and was asked by adviser Shari Chumley to apply for the Al Neuharth Free Spirit and Journalism Conference.  The ANFSJC is a program that focuses on st...

Dear Tayolor: Homecoming Advice

Tayolor Witherspoon, Staff Writer

November 6, 2015

Filed under Hi-Times, Opinion

As homecoming season approaches, some of you may have a few questions. “How do I ask someone to be my homecoming date?” “Do I have to buy my date a corsage?” Or more importantly, “What should I wear?” There are man...

Band competes in Indianapolis

Mary Catherine Miller, Staff Writer, The Hi-Times

November 6, 2015

Filed under Hi-Times, News, Sports

Neither heat nor rain could keep the Tupelo High School Varsity Marching Band from practicing every day for the Bands of America competition in Indianapolis. “BOA stands for Bands of America,” explained band director T...

Rugby more than just a club

Bryan Kwag, Staff Writer, The Hi-Times

November 6, 2015

Filed under Hi-Times, Sports

As dangerous as it seems, rugby is not as bad as any other sport. With Guy McCoy as the Tupelo High School rugby coach, he has high expectations for this year’s team. This year a total of 30 students signed up, but McCoy expected s...

This slush won’t give you a brain freeze

Anhthu Truong, Staff Writer, The Hi-Times

November 6, 2015

Filed under Features, Hi-Times

Talent can be found anywhere at Tupelo High School. It’s just a matter of whether or not you’re willing to look for it. What started as just two friends making songs for fun on their computer has become a three-piece punk/a...

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