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School hosts second college, career fair
By Danessa Rivers | AVID, along with family specialist Francisco Martinez, hosted the school's 2nd annual college career fair event in the cafeteria last Feb. 28. “AVID put this event together so our community can have access to a college caree (More)
Artists statebound in VASE
By Gisselle Washington | Five students will advance to the State Visual Arts Scholastic Event (VASE) at San Marcos High School on April 28. The five state qualifying medals for top honors went to Megan Adams, Graciela Herrera, Quyen Nguyen, Chloe (More)
Students in flurry of Spring Break activity
By Desiree Flores and Nichelle Harris | After two long months, spring break is just around the corner. This vacation is an opportunity for all students and teachers to kick back and relax. Many students either travel out of town or stay home and (More)
Students take flight for Big Art Day
By Ana Calderon | Art teacher S'Lena Hinojosa and her Pre-AP students created an interactive sculpture, "Let Your Imagination Take Flight,"  for "Big Art Day" on March 1. Each year, Big Art Day kicks off the start of Youth Art Month in Texas. S (More)
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DACA Needs to Stay
DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) is a program created by former president Barack Obama which allows young illegal immigrants to work legally in the United States and protects them from deportation. President Donald Trump decided to step (More)
Brahma News Broadcast: Episode 3
Brahma News gets the scoop on the first ever Language Tour, the JROTC Blood Drive, and how students celebrate Valentine's Day. (More)
Baseball Makes a Come-Bat
With the start of Districts peeking around the corner and the first tournament looming overhead, the boys baseball team practice for long hours to sharpen their skills and improve as a team before their first game on Tuesday, Feb. 27. “We’ve been (More)
Getting to Know the New AP: Mr. Chavez
  New AP Mr. Chavez. Photo by Hannah Monita. APs are always busy. Busy wi (More)
Course cards back to paper format for 2018
by Jonah Besenty | staff writer The course card will once again be completed by students on paper this year. The district has come to this decision after the online version proved itself to be flawed.  “So our districts computer program that we (More)
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