Preparing for the day, fashion student Anela Brunson pairs items together from stores like Forever 21 and Urban Outfitters to create her own trend rather than following them. Contrary to the time where a single logo was the novelty among our peers.
Traveling multiple hours in Texas heat to see our favorite artists live is one of the biggest burdens of living in San Antonio. The new year however seems to lift that burden off our mainstream-music-loving shoulders. 2014 is filled with scheduled concerts including Lady Gaga, Justin Timberlake, One Direction and many more.
Local event caps off Breast Cancer Awareness month and helps support North Central Baptist Hospital and Baptist Breast Center.
Everybody remembers their gawky, 14 year-old selves pushing through those Johnson doors for the very first time, trying so hard to hide that first day confusion. But thanks to the wisdom of an older class, Johnson seniors have established “Senior Mentors” in order to aid freshmen in their first year of high school.
Bombarded with the expectations of the society in which she lived, Alice Kingsleigh decided to solve her problems by indulging in the magical ways of Wonderland, and on October 12, students can do just the same....Without the creepy Tim Burton effects of course.
Senior Thomas Rose walked into work expecting nothing more than a few customers ordering unhealthy amounts of Mexican food. But just like Thomas, we always assume the least from our day at work then end up with drunk, elderly or famous customers that make for a great story.