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Erin Walters

Erin Walters, Co-Editor-In-Cheif


What do you enjoy most about being a reporter for the Panther Press: I love hearing about new events and activities going on around the school and becoming more involved.

Favorite Quote or Words to live by: “I’d rather die on an adventure than live standing still.” ~ V.E. Schwab

Favorite Food: Fresh Salsa

Favorite Color: Ultramarine Blue

Favorite Hobby: Reading

Favorite Holiday: Halloween

Favorite Class at Oak (besides Journalism): Physics

Instagram Handle: @magical_menagerie

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Harry Styles performs on NBC’s Today Show wearing a baby pink suit, a color traditionally associated with femininity. Styles is known for wearing clothes that fit what some people label as non-masculine; recently, he wore a dress for a photoshoot that famously drew criticism from speakers like conservative voice Candance Owens. The backlash he’s received for doing nothing more than dressing how he wants to reflects the necessity in our society to let go of terms like “feminine” and “masculine.”

Destroying Femininity and Masculinity

Erin Walters, Co-Editor-In-Chief
March 22, 2021

Vacation Shake-Ups

Erin Walters, Co-Editor-In-Chief
December 17, 2020
Seniors Aubrey Desantis (left), Emma Osborne (center), and Clare Bearden (right) volunteering for NHS. They worked food distribution tables for  the Houston Food Bank and wore masks as a coronavirus precaution.

Service Switch-Ups

Erin Walters, Co-Editor-In-Chief
December 7, 2020
Amy Coney Barrett stands ready to be inducted as the newest Supreme Court Justice. Students have many hopes for her time on the court. One wish is that she remain neutral in her rulings. I think a Supreme Court Justice should not lean any specific way and should not be biased toward either party,” senior Cooper Anders said.

The Future of the Supreme Court

Erin Walters, Co-Editor-in-Chief
November 2, 2020
Junior Colton Perrott’s newly rescued cat lounges around. Perrott adopted him recently from his father’s coworker who recently discovered they were allergic to cats and had to rehome him.

Creature Comfort

Erin Walters, Co-Editor-In-Chief
October 6, 2020
Onward’s opening days were cut off when cinemas closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. However, it was released early on the online platform Disney+ where it’s available for anyone with a subscription to stream. It currently resides on the app’s front-page rotating banner for ease of access.

Onward and Upward

Erin Walters, Staff Reporter
May 6, 2020
A bouquet of roses is exchanged in a Beijing market between seller and customer on Valentines Day. The holiday, popular in Western culture, has recently boomed in China with encouragement from various vendors. This indicated that in the future, Valentines Day might become a worldwide celebration of love.

To Be Mine or Not to Be Mine

Erin Walters, Staff Reporter
February 14, 2020
Some predict that advanced robots will play a large part of humanitys future, and Klein ISDs robotics team is making strides towards that purpose. Representing the leaders of the future, Klein Cain student Abhiram Nunna and former Klein Oak senior Brock Darling, carry a hand-built robot from the 2019 Global Robotics Competition at the George R. Brown Center where this technology of tomorrow was seen in the world of today.

2020 Vision

Erin Walters, Staff Reporter
January 30, 2020
Burger Kings outside menu boasts a large section showcasing the new Impossible Whopper alongside its traditional meat-based burgers.

Meatless Meat

Erin Walters, Staff Reporter
October 28, 2019
Seniors Ryan Pope, Braydin Sims, Emily Mack, and Zoe Swisher inspect owl pellets for bones to identify the birds prey.

Going Bananas for A.P.E.S.

Erin Walters, Reporter
September 26, 2019
Notice board in the office of counselors who handle course drops.

Drop or Not

Erin Walters, Reporter
September 5, 2019
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