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Terrible tunes III: Tokyo drift
by Joseph Sweeney | editor-in-chief The following, though dramaticized, is based on true events.  The year is 2017, and the hacker known as 4Chan has struck again. After a major victory over actor Shia Lebouf in the “More)
Terrible Tunes II: Electric Boogaloo
by Joseph Sweeney | editor-in-chief The year is 2008, and the world is on fire. Not in a literal sense, thoug (More)
Driving up to No. 1
by Chloe Jordan | tech editor After its release on Jan. 8, Olivia Rodrigo’s first song, Driver’s License, has debuted number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and has hit the record for most streams in one week on Spotify, thanks to Tik Tok. T (More)
Tuning into the world of terrible music
by Joseph Sweeney | staff writer In 2002, American rock band Creed had just released their third studio album, Weathered, and promoted it via a world tour, which, as we all know, was more like a tour of western Europe, the US, Canada, and maybe 5 (More)
Roam and Rejoice!: Post-COVID Jams of Unity
As COVID-19 restrictions are lifting across the state, whether for good or for bad, more and more people are v (More)
COVID-19 Through Music
    With everyone at home, it’s the perfect time to (More)
Valentine’s Vibes: Music Playlist
As Valentine’s Day approaches, and the rising trend of our generation consuming more music than generations before, why not spend Valentine’s with a playlist curated with cuffing season in mind?   Spend Valentine’s with this specially-cura (More)
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)
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