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Let’s take a look at Gen Z

Samara Islam, Journalism Class reporter May 16, 2022

Generation Z… What do we really know about them? How are they different and why is it important to know about them? Who are they? Here's your guide to learning more about this lovely generation and all...

Cafeteria Beats

Kadence Cumby May 15, 2022
"get people in a good mood, or get people up."

Social Media: Catfish Edition

Emmily Urey May 15, 2022
"Honestly, most people will think this will never happen to them, but it does happen."

OVERCOMING BREAKUPS: a collection of student tips on how to get over bad teen romance

Abygail Anderson, Staff April 21, 2022

Do not give yourself a time limit #timehealshurts Do not tell yourself that you have to get over the breakup in a certain amount of time. Giving yourself a time limit will not work because you just...

Seattle-based artist Monyee Chau re-popularized the slogan Yellow peril supports black power after creating this poster in the wake of George Floyds death.

Op-Ed: Dear Asians… let’s talk about our anti-black parents

Kenny Kim, Editor December 17, 2021

In the wake of Julius Jones case and the fiery anti-police protests in the midst of the George Floyd death, Asian Americans took to the streets and social media in support of their black friends and...

After national protests ensued about the dress code, Oklahoma schools, including those in Moore Public Schools, saw backlash about their own regulations about student attire.

Students VS. Dress Code

Sutton Dozier and Jordan Long October 28, 2021

Jordan Long: Have you heard about the protests down in Mustang? Sutton Dozier: I’ve heard a bit about it, but I’m not an expert on it. Doesn’t it have to do with the dress code? Jordan Long:...

The Homecoming Court smiles for a photo after the crowning of king and queen.

Why is HoCo Not a Big Deal?

Sutton Dozier, Katherine Majors, and Gisselle Acuna November 23, 2020
Throughout the years, homecoming (HOCO) has become less of a trend across our school. Unlike other schools across the country, students are not involved in typical HOCO traditions like parades, dances and assemblies, but why?
Publications Editor Kenny Kim video chats with Moore Publics School Superintendent Dr. Robert Romines.

Interview w/ MPS Superintendent Romines on Black Lives Matter, Moore War 2020 & More

Kenny Kim, Editor July 3, 2020

On June 30, JagWire Editor Kenny Kim asked Moore Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Robert Romines about topical questions from the Westmoore community.  *** Q: Many have called for ethnic studies...

Is Your Phone Stalking You?

Is Your Phone Stalking You?

Christina Phillips, Staff member May 22, 2019

Have you ever been surfing the web and then go to Facebook and see an ad of the same thing you were just searching? How about getting in your car and your phone knows where you’re about to go? If you...

Billie Eilish: A Star in the Making

Lynh Hoang, Staff May 22, 2019

Becoming a hit sensation among this generation’s teens, Billie Eilish moves her way up to the top of the charts at only 17 years old. On December 18, 2001, Billie was born into a musically inclined family...

What a Shame

What a Shame

Brie Oliver, Contributor May 22, 2019

Do you think you have a good taste in music, but your friends think otherwise? Shaming you and shutting you down by laughing at your favorite jam. They called it “ trash” but you thought it was the...

Truth Behind Yearbook

Nameer Khan, Contributor May 22, 2019

Most people perceive yearbook as a total blow off class, but they are extremely incorrect. The statement itself is unfathomable, and as a staff member of yearbook it frustrates me, because I truly know...

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