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C351. Very few people understand the importance of that classroom. To some it’s just the yearbook room, others know it as Mac Pubs, but everyone on staff knows it as home. There was never a more accepting, loving, and hardworking group of people. I’v (More)
YA Novel Review: Broken Things by Lauren Oliver
Lauren Oliver's novel Broken Things is a back and forth novel between the past and the present as it's main characters, Mia and Brynn, deny the

Students staying strong even though typically important events cancelled
Sebastian Lucumi - Staff writer  With Covid-19 quarantine in full effect, many events students looked forward to are now cancelled or postponed. However, with all the surplus time granted, students are finding creative ways to entertain themselves (More)
Where to turn when you want accurate information
by Tala Kamil | staff editor Trying to find accurate information concerning the coronavirus can be hard, especially when you might need to update others. However, there are a few websites that can do just the trick.  “I use More)
What's happening to SAT testing
NEISD schools have officially cancelled school for the rest of the year, leaving students unsure about what's going to happen to state tests.  STAAR testing has been cancelled since April, and AP testing will be moved online. The College Board has (More)
Students feel economic crunch in their own way, face uncertainty
[caption id="attachment_29321" align="alignnone" width="255"] Due to COVID-19 Grand Donuts had to resort to only allowing customers thru the drive-thru

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Staying sane during COVID-19
During these weird times, the lack of structure in our lives can drive anyone insane. As high schoolers that have spent their entire lives having to wake up at a specific time, go to the same classes at the same time every day, and doing homework unt (More)
Gov. Abbott Announces Plan to Reopen Texas Businesses
Gov. Abbott announced that on Friday, May 1, select businesses and public spaces will be allowed to reopen across the state. This announcement, created under a state initiative called Open Texas, aims to responsibly and safely re-engage the economy w (More)
Preparing for AP tests at home
By Gisselle Washington | Big Stick Editor | With the ongoing spread of novel COVID-19, States have been taking initiatives to decrease transmission. Governor Greg Abbott issued an executive order to close schools for the remainder of the year, lea (More)
Mask On: Changes in Emergency Order Includes Facial Covering
With San Antonio’s COVID-19 cases expected to peak during late April, Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Judge Nelson Wolff have updated their respective ‘Stay Home, Work Safe’ orders. These orders manda (More)
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