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Stampede staff welcomes and meets with new associate principal

March 12, 2020

When Jamie McGraw snuck into 7th period Newspaper Workshop on Feb. 18, the staff was unaware of the surprise in store for them.  McGraw, the new Associate Principal at CMR, began her tenure at the beginning of February. Formerly an associate principal at North Middle School, she “swapped” place...

CMR Student Government Honored For Salvation Army Fundraising Efforts

CMR Student Government Honored For Salvation Army Fundraising Efforts

March 9, 2020

During their February meeting, the members of Charles M. Russell High Student Government were honored for their hard work fundraising over the winter holiday season.  While most students caught up on sleep, student government representatives volunteered for the annual Salvation Army bell-ring...

2 Different Sides To Beauty Pageants

2 Different Sides To Beauty Pageants

Nancy Beston and Kerrigan Edwards

February 27, 2020

An Unhealthy Unrealistic Expectation of Beauty - Nancy Beston On Sept. 16, 2013, Nina Davuluri won the crown and the title of Miss America. The Miss America Pageant is one of the most famous pageants in the world. It also has been a source of controversy because it focuses on physical appearances and ...

A Reflection Of Pep Assemblies

A Reflection Of Pep Assemblies

Shana Fronsee and Anthony Matury

February 27, 2020

Shana Fronsee: The first thing that came to mind about the Feb. 13 pep assembly was “Oh, this will be like last semester for the winter sports.” It truly got proven wrong. I didn’t have much fun at this pep assembly. The only thing that made it really peppy was the cheerleaders, even though no...

The Sense Of Pride In Our School Has Hit Rock Bottom, And We Need Change

The Sense Of Pride In Our School Has Hit Rock Bottom, And We Need Change

Taylor Willmarth, Video Manager

February 27, 2020

Junior year marks my third year of being a Rustler, and there is something seriously wrong. There is virtually no school spirit. School events lack an audience, and if there is a crowd, it perpetually lacks a pulse. This is not the CMR that I knew growing up. My elementary school friends and I went to p...

Our highschools should be better according to television

Our highschools should be better according to television

Kerrigan Edwards, Staff Writer

February 27, 2020

When I was a little middle schooler going into high school, I intensely (and in a sense), religiously binged all movies and shows that revolved around high school students. I had my older friends as a source, but did I listen to the things they said? Absolutely not. There was nothing I could do but rely...

A lack of communication about school-related events

A lack of communication about school-related events

Taylor Willmarth, Video Manager

February 24, 2020

  Have you ever been invited to a wedding without enough time to buy a dress? Have you ever acquired a late fee for a bill you never received? If so, you’ve experienced a feeling that students at CMR face every day.        Communication is necessary for all aspects of ...

Queerbaiting… I’m tired of it

Queerbaiting… I’m tired of it

Nancy Beston, Photo/Design Editor

November 26, 2019

Queerbaiting. We have all been victims of it. Imagine that you are sitting and binge-watching a TV show. Two characters of the same sex are finally about to admit their feelings for one another and you’re ecstatic. LGBT representation is finally happening in this overall heteronormative show. Then they...

I dreamed, dared, and did in America’s capital

I dreamed, dared, and did in America’s capital

Grace Carr, Editor In Chief

November 26, 2019

Dream, dare, and do; this was the motto of journalist Al Neuharth, founder of USA Today and the Freedom Forum Institute. Neuharth was known for changing the way America receives its news by creating the first nationwide newspaper. His goal was to encourage a free press, free speech, and free spirit. A...

Thanksgiving is an underrated holiday and you can’t change my mind

Thanksgiving is an underrated holiday and you can’t change my mind

Grace Carr, Editor-in-Chief

November 18, 2019

Halloween is over. The candy corn is on sale, horror films have lost their appeal, and our spooky vibes have been thrown out the window. So what will replace our skeleton and pumpkin decorations? Christmas lights, obviously! Just kidding. That was a test, which I am sure most of you failed. The corr...

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