Worthing senior posts elite SAT score

Traquan Minor is a tall, quietly confident, graduating senior at Sunnyside’s Worthing High school. Like many other students, he had to take the dreaded SAT earlier this school year. He knew that doing well on the SAT would open doors to more college choices, so he bought a prep book and spent time getting ready […]

College Board changes SAT to level playing field, makes essay optional

College Board, administrators of the SAT exam, unveiled plans to move beyond delivering assessments to delivering opportunity. Citing input from College Board members in the K–12 and higher education communities, as well as students and parents, College Board president, Mr. Coleman outlined two bold new actions the organization would take to deliver opportunities to students. […]

Mighty Colts party, raise funds for scholarships

On Sunday, April 13, members of the Evan E. Worthing Alumni Association hosted their annual “Night of Jazz” gala and scholarship fundraiser. The gala, held at the Bayou City Event Center, was a combination party, old school R&B and jazz concert and several mini reunions. Ladies were adorned in beautiful evening attire, and gentlemen were […]

TSU student wins Golden Gloves

Deontae Simmons won the The Progressive Amateur Boxing Association Houston Golden Gloves Championship in the 165lb sub-novice weight class. The win was impressive because Deonte had to fight and win five nights in a row. What’s more four of his five wins were by TKO! That feat landed him the “Most Outstanding Boxer” award in […]

Athlete’s foot

It’s springtime in Houston and that means that Athlete’s foot will be on the rise. Athletes foot, also known as tinea pedis, is a common skin infection caused by a fungus. It occurs along the bottom of the feet and between the toes. The condition usually occurs in warm climates and in dark and wet […]

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