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Civil Discourse- the VP Debate
As the first and only Vice Presidential Debate concluded, we can proudly say that it was civil. Although the two are of opposite views, they gave a tremendous amount of respect allowing each other to speak without interruption. From a fly, to confide (More)
5 Local Favorite Places to Mountain Bike in San Antonio
These 5 spots are considered some of locals’ favorites places to pedal through trails in the city. By Michael Montes Given that you have a basic knowledge of how to ride a bike, as well as access to a mountain bike, mountain biking can be a great (More)
Bigger Than Sports
On Sept. 1, 2016, Collin, Kaepernick took the first step in a movement that would have a huge impact on and off the football field when he took a knee during the National Anthem in protest for racial injustice and police brutality going on across the (More)
Pumpkin Spice Disease
The fall season brings so many wonderful things and new opportunities for companies to make a ton of money off of our love of pumpkin spice. Pumpkin spice has consumed the world with its greatness. Drink after drink. Dessert after dessert. But where (More)
Trump v. Biden Round One
As the 2020 Presidential Election nears, the anticipated debate between Trump and Biden is set for Sept. 29. During their respective parties conventions we were able to hear their future plans or intentions if elected come November. While listenin (More)
C351
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)
It's Just a Phase- Phase-in schooling
For anyone who doesn’t want to read what seems like a 5,000 page slideshow about the phase-in process you’ve come to the right place. The phase-in process has five different phases which were passed by the NEISD Board of Trustees on Thursday, Aug. 13 (More)
Zoom Fails Queer Students
Zoom has been a helpful tool for schools across the country dealing with educating students during a global pandemic. The easy accessibility that made the site so popular during these times became a problem when Youtube pranksters began asking the (More)
The savvy high schooler’s fool proof 2012 gift guide
By Ivey McDaniel | Art & Entertainment Editor Christmas is swiftly approaching and everyone is bustling around to find the perfect gift. However, if you’re not an extreme couponer, and/or you didn’t take advantage of the Black Friday sales in (More)
Sports put on hold, as the COVID-19 Pandemic Continues
by John Casarez | staff writer As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the sports lockdown also continues.  There is one thing almost all of America wants to do right now. We all just want to go outside and throw the ball or shoot some hoops, you'r (More)
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