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Theater Hosts Social Awareness Play
Photos and Story By Nichelle Harris |  Seniors Kathryn Douglass, Karilyn Herrera, and sophomore Valeria Najera perform in the Social Awareness Play. Photo by Nichelle Harris (More)
First Real Snow Since 1985, Students Enjoy Snowball Fights
By Austin Cohea | Assistant Editor | Senior Miguel Castro throws a snowball. The snow is ready to melt, but the hearts of students who have never seen snow before have alr (More)
Safe Driving Club plans to meet with the City Council to pass legislation
by Sofia Colignon | staff writer During Thanksgiving break, the Safe Driving Club, will be attending to a meeting with the members of the San Antonio City Council to discuss public awareness campaigns in any way in order to educate the public abou (More)
Riders prepare for Thanksgiving
By Desiree Flores | Photo credit: Txema Aguilar via Foter.com / CC BY-NC-ND (More)
Eight athletes sign their letters
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The Original 10 Things I Hate About You
Ever seen the movie "10 Things I Hate About You"? Well fun fact: "10 Things I Hate About You," directed by Gil Junger was based on the play, "Taming of the Shrew." On Oct. 27 at 7 p.m. and 28-29 at 2 p.m., Theater Productions performed a romantic-com (More)
New tardy policies make exemptions harder
by Lauren Loveless | staff writer Exemption forms will be due in December and students might find that the new tardy sweeps will have a greater impact on their exam schedule than anticipated. “Just like absences, [tardy sweeps] are documented; (More)
#NoFilter : Why spam accounts are filling up your feed
by Courtney Smith | editor-in-chief Instagram made its launch in 2010, when the current class of 2018 was only in fifth grade. It seemed as though every smartphone was equipped with the photo sharing app, and the purpose seemed to turn from keepin (More)
Johnson High school is joining the Got Hope group to support cancer patients
by Lauryn Hughes | staff writer The campus will have their chapter of a  new group called Got Hope. This group helps support children cancer patients by decorating rooms and bringing hope to the hospitals. Vice principal Felecia Joiner is working (More)
Symphonies in Action
Viola against sheet music. Photo by Mary De Leon To watch the LISZT Piano Concerto No. (More)
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