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A curious new play
Lauryn Hughes| staff writer Makeup on, costumes setup, Johnson theater is ready to put on their next play of the year, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime. This time, theater is introducing projections and new effects to bring the sto (More)
New Halloween lives up to 40 year old expectation
Last week I picked up one of my friends and we went to go see the Halloween movie that was released in theaters the previous day. I really enjoyed the movie. Some of the scenes other people found shocking, I found funny. As of October 21 the film has (More)
Mr. Fish and Bull Gogi food truck brings new food to San Antonio
by David Kent | staff writer With a dog friendly atmosphere that is open to families and college students alike, The Block is a food truck park that offers a wide variety of food from korean to seafood, the (More)
Still need plans for Hallow's Eve?
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Tigers Forever is a book that will last forever
There are many jobs in the world that are considered dangerous, but battling the elements and tropical diseases for one photo was never a job that I would have considered. Even if that profesion was not on my bucket list, I was still happy to go to s (More)
Artists takeover social media with spooky creations
Lauren Loveless | staff writer With a pencil in hand and a crease on her brow, senior Jessica Keen focuses intently as she sketches out her end product for day one of Inktober. Upon finishing, Keen posts her artwork online and joins a creative com (More)
Swords and dice: tabletop games still a draw
by Jeremy Reyes|staff writer Tabletop RPG’s are the epitome of geekdom. Many hours of the day are spent rolling dice, dungeon delving, and having a good time with your group of friends. I myself, am someone who spends many weekends playing Dung (More)
DECA paves the way for smooth sailing in business lines of work
by Lauryn Hughes | staff writer With some ink and paper, senior Brooklin Harris creates a watercolor piece. Harris has a dream to one day own her own business featuring watercolors, calligraphy, and baking. She has already gotten a head start by h (More)
A dreamy production hits Johnson stage
Lauryn Chavez | staff writer After two months of constant rehearsal, set building, and late nights, Johnson Theatre will have their first play of the year, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. It will take place in the auditorium on October 4 - 7. Ticket (More)
Inside Netflix's international goldmine
Lauren Loveless | staff writer Netflix is known for its creative original TV shows and movies, which has given the video streaming platform quite the identity. However, viewers tend to ignore a completely different side of Netflix, which features (More)
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