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Jag Student Media returns from Chicago with recognition
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Upperclassmen voices on the midterm elections
by David Kent | staff writer On Nov. 6, seniors who are registered to vote will be given the opportunity to vote for their first time in the Midterm Elections. “I’d say it’s very important for me [to vote] because every single vote that goes th (More)
New test prep takes learning to uncommon places
by Jonah Besenty | staff writer A new test prep application is readily available in the library on launchpad, and it’s called Learning Express. It allows students to practice any placement test that is available in the country and the new program (More)
NEISD still working on Skyward issues
by Sofia Colignon | news editor Parent access to student records, senior transcripts and rank have all been compromised because of the district's new data system - Skyward. These problems have been ongoing since the beginning of the academic year. (More)
Free birdseed and paint: Plywood offers theater students new creative space
by Emma Fischer | feature editor As the theatre department left the hallways, all their hands were covered in paint. The students that worked on the mural leading to the band hall head to their last period, ready to work on it the next day and the (More)
Band's practices, performances pay off with awards early in season
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Oct. 1 first day for new tobacco ordinance
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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)
Jag enjoys tearing it up on the weekends
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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)
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