• Hoofbeat Editor Takes the Ride, But Doesn’t Buy the Ticket

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    Hoofbeat Editor Takes the Ride, But Doesn’t Buy the Ticket

    Hi, my name is Adria. I’m from Mississippi. My question is, “How do journalism, the First Amendment, David Gregory, delicious food, seemingly endless surveys, and beautiful people all relate?” They don’t. That is, unless you were fortunate enough to be one of the fifty –one students (one from each state plus the District of Columbia), selected to be their state’s […]

  • Fear the Dear

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    Fear the Dear

    “Fear The Dear” is his motto. “Lambo” is his name. This young man has drive and is not bagging down to any fight on the turf.  Murrah High School’s very own Malik Dear has been selected as a 2014-2015 United States Army Bowl All American. The United States Army All American Bowl has been around for the past 15 years. […]

  • Empty Halls – Jamal Haralson

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    Empty Halls – Jamal Haralson

    Jamal Haralson was a student at Murrah High School. He took classes and had neighbors, friends, and teachers. Those that knew him have been mourning thcific story about Haralson in her class. Ms. Morgan’s English II class had been studying the Twitter campaign “If They Gun Me Down” which has people posting one picture of themselves being good, upright citizens […]

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“The Monthly Message”

The President’s Corner “The Monthly Message” Written By – Justis Gibbs, Student Body President                    Being President of a 6A high school in an inner-city high school comes with a lot of responsibility. Some official and outlined, some that are unofficial. As you know, in the recent weeks, Murrah has had problems with students fighting and it has even boiled […]

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