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ETA Welcomes a New Face
By Samuel Rocha | Staff Writer | Mr. Domingo Martinez in his room. Photo by Samuel Rocha[ (More)
Chick-fil-a vs. Whataburger, which do students prefer?
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Those who don't travel only read a page
Emma Fischer| feature editor She stared out of the window, a huge, terrified grin on her face as the plane landed. Junior Saori Nishira had started her new life, in a whole new country, language and family, like a story started over on a new blank (More)
Geometry and Statistics teacher Mr. Thompson to retire after serving 22 years in education
Gisselle Washington | Staff Writer | Mr. Thompson is  a teacher who connects with his students. As a teacher, Mr. Thompson often captivates you with  his intriguing anecdotes of being in the Air Force in Panama. But as an educator, he’s very sure (More)
What is the model UN?
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A district wide change may be on the books
by Elly Beauchamp | editor in chief As the 2019 school year starts to come to a close, NEISD is beginning discussions of a district wide ranking change, which would change the current GPA multiplier of 1.29 for all AP classes. “There is discus (More)
Reserve your spot to work with the Hamilton cast
Emma Fischer | Feature Editor When I walked into the studio, I didn’t expect to be working as hard as I did, but the performers of Hamilton work hard, and in turn they worked us hard. The masterclass was taught by Tyler McKenzie, a Hamilton cas (More)
146 Bulldogs Inducted into NJHS
Bush inducted 146 Bulldogs into the National Junior Honor Society this week. (More)
Water bottles take on status symbol rank
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A new Texan asks 'what's fiesta?'
by Lauryn Chavez | staff writer Fiesta is a city-wide celebration of cultural diversity, but some people don’t know the true history behind it. What’s also interesting is that people who consider themselves to be “native Texans” do not know what F (More)
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