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Les Miserables' masterclass comes to San Antonio
Emma Fischer| feature editor Like Hamilton earlier in the year, Les Miserables’ masterclass was a once in a lifetime experience. It was a smaller class, but with the smaller class we could work in smaller groups and smaller, technical parts could (More)
This years' homecoming takes a trip to Oz
by Ella Wisely | staff writer Homecoming this year is going to be on Oct. 12 and tickets will be sold starting Sept. 23, which will be available at the Jag Shack during all three lunches. “Tickets start at $25, but after Oct. 4, the price is go (More)
Jazz band takes first at Fredericksburg Jazz Festival, Taft Jazz Festival
by Eric Martinez | staff writer Aiden Sutherland plays his trumpet attentively as he prepares for band practice that morning. He is also a part of the jazz band, a school club that competes in and around San Antonio. Recently they have made it to (More)
Boerne kicks off the holiday with some Christmas cheer
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Luminaria Contemporary Festival
On Saturday, Nov. 10 from 7:00 PM to 12:00 AM, Luminaria is hosting an after-dark contemporary arts festival in downtown San Antonio. Over 50 artists will show off their art in celebration of San Antonio’s 300 year anniversary.   “I reall (More)
Orchestra students hold first concert of the school year
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Coachella on your couch
If you are like many of your fellow students at school you do not have a $889 ticket to Coachella. You may be sad and very jealous, but lucky for you I am giving you all the inside details on the top 10 things going on at Coachella. As well as provid (More)
Get to know your Brahmas: Kayla De Jesus
Kayla De Jesus is a sophomore and fourth chair for violin in orchestra. Q: When did you start playing violin? A: Fifth-grade, they came and introduced us to instruments, at first I wanted to be a veterinarian but I saw the violin and was like 'I' (More)
JAG JAMS : Guthrie's Grooves
by Arianna Michaud | staff writer Sometimes, the best way to learn more about a person is to know their tastes in music. In that spirit, MyJagNews will be finding students and teachers who are willing to share playlists. Download Spotify to access (More)
Evanescence - "Lithium" holds truth about depression
By Tori Pulliam | Released in 2006, Evanescence has gifted their audience with "Lithium." A song of metaphorical yet literal lyrics and expressions, it speaks of the pending departure of depression, but yet its host does not wish to let go of it e (More)
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