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Community rallies together to honor band student
by Emma Fitzhugh | editor-in-chief As a way to commemorate a former band student, the Tom Miller Music Scholarship was developed and is now available to seniors who are interested in pursuing music in college. “The Tom Miller Scholarship was se (More)
Showing up for success
by Mackenzie Armstead | staff writer With the second semester coming to a close, students are assessing their absences and how they will affect their academic record. More)
Jaywalking On School Grounds
During a recent discipline assembly how much students jaywalk on MacArthur View was discussed and how it has increased from past years. Jaywalking on MacArthur View should be taken more seriously. When students jaywalk they are putting themselv (More)
School that never sleeps: students prepare for campus camps
by Lauren Holzmann &  Audrey Payne | staff writer and copy editor With the number of days left in the school year dwindling into the single digits, some students that are involved in extracurriculars are preparing for a busy summer of on-campu (More)
A blast into simulcast
by Kirsten Kraus | feature editor Sophomore Rachel Delgado sits in her second period English class, mindlessly scrolling through her phone, waiting for the bell to ring. As the students around her line up at the door and mindlessly explore their Twi (More)
The Greatness of Academic U.I.L.
Academic U.I.L., which stands for Academic University Interscholastic League, is an organization that competes in eight different subjects. The subjects are calculator skills; dictionary skills; maps, graphs, and charts; math; number sense; science; (More)
Cellphones At School
Cellphones are great, but wouldn\'t it be even better if we could use our cell phones in school on our free time. Some schools don\'t let their students use cellphones at all. We should consider ourselves lucky, but technology has so much to offer. (More)
Miss Bexar County
This past week, one of my best friends, Soliel Guckian agreed to do an interview on the pageant she attended. On my first question, I asked her where the pageant took place, and she answered with all over the USA.  Her answer was so surprising, and I (More)
Taylor\'s secret softball love
Taylor Medina is an 8th grade student at Bradley Middle School. She is sweet and nice, even to new kids at the school. it doesn\'t take long to know that Taylor is a sweet and loving person. Besides being her perfect self, she is on the A team for vo (More)
Let\'s Build a House!
 Mariah Garcia loves to help her community. One event that stood out the most for her was helping build a house to provide shelter for others. The event was set up by CBC (Community Bible Church).The church does many other things that help the commun (More)
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