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Marching towards a bright future
Reported by Zoe Riddles    Our Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program, or JROTC for short, has recently renovated their building. The building began its construction in June of 2018 and was completed thirteen months later. Even though the b (More)
Homecoming Happiness
2019 Homecoming Queen Jordan Allen and King Michael Gerkin are all smiles after the big announcement.[/captio (More)
Community celebrates the 10th anniversary of Molly Pruitt Library
By Gisselle Washington | Big Stick Editor | It was Nov. 7, 2019. An estimated 100 students and members of the community awaited the grand celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Molly Pruitt Library. The San Antonio Library welcomed guests from (More)
UIL season underway
by Arianna Michaud | editor in chief Autumn Neale has found value in her UIL experience, during which she has participated in literary criticism, spelling and current event, the latter of which is her favorite.  “It’s such a fun meeting. Every (More)
Are the benefits of AP classes worth the stress?
Lauryn Hughes | arts editor Junior Emma Ramirez played to her strengths and chose more advanced courses in the subjects she enjoys. Making choices to save her sanity during the school year and prepare her for what she plans in the future. “I’m (More)
Red Ribbon Week brings out wacky dress for good cause
By Breana Bellinger| Staff Writer | Red Ribbon Week is a week where teachers and students dress up and support staying drug free. The person in charge of Red Ribbon Week is STAN Counselor Werk Cook. These students are the first to earn the Mav Pride award which was started by Ms. High (on the left)[/c (More)
Fire drills and procedures if you are in the cafeteria
by Lauryn Hughes | arts editor During fire drills there are steps and procedures that are put into place to ensure the safety of students and adults, but what are the procedures when there is a fire drill and students are in the cafeteria? “Def (More)
A number of jobs open up around campus
by Sebastian Lucumi | staff writer As more jobs open up around campus, more students are beginning to join the work force. Senior Dominic Colera is one such student who is currently working at Bill Millers. “It’s enjoyable, well there's times w (More)
Are mobile games the future of gaming?
by Joe Casarez | staff writer With the release of the new mario kart tour game, and new Call of Duty Mobile game students are downloading the game rapidly. “I’ve been playing the new mario kart tour game that just came out,” Sophomore Devin Tys (More)
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