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First 6-Weeks Pride Award Winners
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World’s Smallest Interview
By: Karina Varela We, the Bush Journalism staff, went around the school to seek out an answer to a small, yet universal question. What is one thing you cannot live without? Some responded wholeheartedly, while others replied with, respectfully, very (More)
The Man with the Red Bandana
By: Katarina Rendon September 11th, 2001, might ring a bell for some people, while others might not remember, or even know what the meaning of this day is. For those who do remember, they may recall it as the day America cried. Although this day c (More)
The Worst Day in American History
By: Monthakan Tidi “Time is passing. Yet for the United States of America, there will be no forgetting September the 11th. We will remember every rescuer who died in honor. We will remember every family that lives in grief. We will remember the fi (More)
Peyton Gill reflects on her experience with ovarian cancer
Emma Fischer| feature editor She stepped back into the school the beginning of her junior year, a clear backpack on her shoulders, breathing for a moment. Peyton Gill had only returned from being homebound at the beginning of her junior year, afte (More)
New business populate the CTJ community
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Hernandez comes to teaching after military career
By Cierra Cervantes | Staff Writer | Gilberto Hernandez, or as we all know him, Mr. Hernandez, is a Geometry teacher. He is a man who served for America and now works for NEISD. Hernandez grew up in Mexico and lived there for five years. “I grew u (More)
Melero inspires students, co-workers
By Breana Bellinger | Staff writer | Erika Melero is an English III teacher who earned a B.A. English Language Arts from St. Mary's University. She received her inspiration from her teachers when she was at university. “I wanted to give ba (More)
Vaping = Drug tested
Heart rate racing, blood pressure rising, adrenaline pumping. Vaping e-cigarettes can cause these symptoms and so much more because they are known to be toxic, and damaging to anyone for long term.  For the safety of all students attending NEISD s (More)
ETA Welcomes a New Face
By Samuel Rocha | Staff Writer | Mr. Domingo Martinez in his room. Photo by Samuel Rocha[ (More)
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