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All you need to know about the clear backpack policy
by David Kent | staff writer North East Independent School District is moving forward with their new clear backpack policy and has been enforcing that policy just within the first three weeks of school. “You know, one of the things I worried a (More)
Spina Bifida of Texas holds fashion event for kids with disabilities
  by Sofia Colignon | staff writer The 2018 FashionABLE fashion show, held last Sunday, held by Spina Bifida of Texas, consisted of four designers, from different high schools, that designed garments for models that have some kind of disab (More)
Johnson JROTC Jaguar Battalion in the 'The Battle of the Flowers' parade
by Jeremy Reyes | staff writer While most of us will have the day off for the “Battle of the Flowers” parade, 40 Johnson JROTC cadets will be marching in the first of three big parades downtown for the big celebration on April 27. One of the cadet (More)
These cats will love you a latte
by Elly Beauchamp | staff writer Casey Steuart, a San Antonio animal rescuer, was fed up with finding stray cats alone in parking lots and abandoned buildings. So, on National Cat day of last year, Steuart opened the first San Antonio Cat Cafe loc (More)
The Archibald Project and its impact
by Emma Fisher & Alexis McCutchan The Archibald Project is a non profit organization that strives to give orphans the voice they need and followed junior Brooklin Harris and her family on their (More)
UT Austin lowers automatic acceptance rate by 1%
by Arianna Michaud | staff writer The University of Texas at Austin has been the school many look to after graduation. Students may have dreamt of being a longhorn since they were young, and those in the top percent of their class were ecstatic to (More)
Annual college night for NEISD at Blossom
by Lauren Loveless | staff writer NEISD  will be hosting the annual college night from 6 pm to 8 pm on Nov 1. College Night is an event where students are given the opportunity to find out more about colleges, from in state and out of state, and w (More)
New legislation following family's tragic loss
by Lauren Loveless | staff writer In January of 2016, after months of being bullied on social media, Alamo Heights student David Molak took his life. In the time since then, his family has sought to make sure that other students could find protect (More)
Graduation arrives early this year
by Victoria Ramirez | staff writer With the last day of school and graduation approaching a lot quicker this year, students, teachers, and administration alike have less time to finish last minute preparation for graduation. “It really throws a (More)
Student Council saves the bees
by Aleeha Shah | News Editor With the rise of different technologies, it is no secret that there has been a significant impact on the environment. Some would even argue that most impacts have been negative, an example being the extinction and enda (More)
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