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Harshini Dhanasekar’s piece, titled “Disheveled,” revolves around the beauty in imperfection. Dhanasekar hopes the piece allows viewers to embrace their flaws and recognize where true beauty lies.

IHS art program advances to VASE state

Ruchira Prasad, Reporter March 25, 2024

As students explore their passions for artistic fields, the Visual Arts Scholastic Event (VASE) is providing students with the opportunity to showcase their artwork across the community. On Feb. 24,...

IHS senior pursues passion for space at Cornell

IHS senior pursues passion for space at Cornell

Srihansika Komanapalli March 1, 2024

From dressing up as a rocket scientist in elementary school to dreaming of working in space exploration, Deepti Kousik, IHS senior, is pursuing Cornell University’s Mechanical Engineering degree in hopes...

FASCA members teaching residents at the Highland Springs Senior Living Community how to use chopsticks and other aspects of Taiwanese culture at their Chinese New Year celebration on Feb. 17, 2024 (Isabella Feng).

Organization preserves Taiwanese culture in the DFW area

Ruchira Prasad, Reporter February 26, 2024

From the Mid-Autumn festival celebrating the moon to traditional fan dancing, Taiwan’s rich history culminates in its intricate culture.  As the global community becomes more interconnected, many...

Animation I student Minseong Kim working on his submission for the project on January 23, 2024.

Animation I class partners with the North Texas Tollway Authority through student contest

Ruchira Prasad, Reporter February 13, 2024

The National Highway and Traffic Safety Association estimates that 3,000 people are killed every year due to distracted driving accidents.  Among these, a steadily increasing number comes from texting...

Angel tree Christmas wishes displayed at Eglin Air Force Base, taken by writer and photographer Samuel King Jr.

Angel Tree Magic: FISD spreads holiday cheer

Addison Williams, Lead Anchor December 21, 2023

Thamara Millan brought non-profit organization, The Small World Angel Tree program, to FISD in order to help impoverished students in need.  Millan began her career in the Frisco Independent School...

Students in the class learning how to build fires using flint and steel for their camping unit in Nov. 2023 (Colt Klipfel).

Students learn survival skills through IHS class

Ruchira Prasad, Reporter December 19, 2023

Leaves crunch against your shoes. A cold wind blows through the air as you trek through the woods. You need to find shelter— and quick—to avoid the chill of the night. You rack your brain, trying...

An image of Prairie Estates nursing home in 2020.

From one generation to next: IHS students learn life lessons from elderly

Srihansika Komanapalli, Reporter December 15, 2023

IHS students preparing to become Certified Training Assistants (CNA’s) learned 22 different skills and applied them at Prairie Estates nursing home during the month of November. With final exams quickly...

On Nov. 28, ESL students and tutors work together on assignments in Room B120.

Students collaborate with international students to help with school subjects

Riya Vatti, Editor-in-Chief December 5, 2023

Teamwork is an essential skill for future ready learning, the English as a second language (ESL) program is a prime example of how IHS students help each other succeed.  ESL assists international students...

Students at the pumpkin party on Oct. 24, painting pumpkins and forming connections in the flex lab (Knight Buddies Instagram).

Best Buddies celebrates Halloween

Ruchira Prasad, Reporter November 1, 2023

From the breezy autumn air to pumpkin decorations, Halloween is a popular holiday for many. However, making sure the celebration is accessible to everyone can present a challenge. Fortunately, Best...

Students share passion for food through student-operated restaurant, Saveur

Ruchira Prasad and Vineez Sevilla October 26, 2023

An oven dings. The smell of freshly baked bread wafts through the air. Students rush around, calling out order names and ingredients over the clatter of pots and pans.  These are the sights and sounds...

Stephanie Keen (left) and Aditya Nimbalagundi (right) take a picture after winning Texas All-State Choir in 2023 at Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) where the competition was held.

Journey to All-State: Aditya Nimbalgundi

Srihansika Komanapalli, Knight News Reporter October 26, 2023

Aditya Nimbalagundi remembers car rides with his mom filled with radio music of all kinds of genres. This inspired his pursuit for music within high school. Little did he know that this inspiration...

Team members carrying coolers of Gatorade to distribute to the athletes at a football game on Sept. 15, in the Kuykendall Stadium (Kiara Uppal)

“The team behind the team”: How sports medicine is influencing IHS athletics

Ruchira Prasad, Reporter October 16, 2023

“The team behind the team.” That’s how athletic trainer and sports-medicine teacher, Alexis Davis, describes the sports-med team at IHS.  The sports-medicine team, which is composed of around...

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