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Debate countinues between console and PC gaming
by Joseph Sweeney | staff writer Whenever sophomore Madelynn Mayer doesn't find herself studying for her next exam, her friends will usually find her passing the time playing video games.  “I own a Nintendo Switch and I play Skyrim, Breath of t (More)
Internet crazes over new Gen Z phrase
by Lauryn Chavez | staff writer As the internet craze “ok boomer” erupts into twitter arguments and news articles discrediting the meme, sophomore Nysha Makani expresses that the term is so popularized because of the many different viewpoints gene (More)
Preview on the Airpods Pro
by Tala Kamil | staff writer On Oct. 30, Apple released the AirPods Pro, one of the only in-ear headphones with active noise cancellation, blocking out the world so you can only focus on what you’re listening to. They feature an expanded mesh mic (More)
What do students think about Instagram hiding likes?
by David Kent | staff writer Starting this week, Instagram will begin to hide people’s likes in the US. Senior Liberty Vela feels that this new change will not so much impact her, as it will impact those who center their lives around followers and (More)
San Antonio hosts first Los Muertos river parade
Why should I buy a homecoming dress online?
Lauryn Chavez | staff writer You can get almost anything online these days including dresses for homecoming. Many prefer online shopping over buying dresses in store. Popular dress stores include Tiger Mist, Windsor, Promgirl, and Simply Dresses.  (More)
Les Miserables' masterclass comes to San Antonio
Emma Fischer| feature editor Like Hamilton earlier in the year, Les Miserables’ masterclass was a once in a lifetime experience. It was a smaller class, but with the smaller class we could work in smaller groups and smaller, technical parts could (More)
Titus Andronicus soon to hit the stage with its new Tarintino take
 by Ella Wisely | staff writer  Johnson Theatre will present a modern take on Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus in early October, with a nod to director Quentin Tarantino. “I was a little hesitant because Titus Andronicus is a very advanced Shakes (More)
Students look beyond malls, fast fashion
by Joe Casarez | staff writer As the fashion resale market grows and begins to surpass the retail market, students are searching for a new, unique look. “My students like shopping at thrift stores,” fashion teacher Mandy Elliott said. “They lik (More)
Fine Arts Host Guys' Night IN!
This past Friday, the 5th of October, Mr. Pena host a Guys' Night IN with the Fine Art Programs here at IKE. The boys enjoyed videos games, pizza, soda, chips, cookies, movies, and even Guitar Hero! The boys were able to bond through a night of fun! (More)
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