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The Black Keys: Top 10 Songs

The Black Keys: Top 10 Songs

The Black Keys have been around since 2001, but in my opinion, they have yet to receive the appraisal they deserve. Thus, I have created a top 10 playlist of their songs. 10.) Strange Times 9.) Your Touch 8.)  I Got Mine 7.) Everlasting Light 6.) Next Girl 5.) Tighten Up 4.) Howlin’ For You 3.) Gold On […]

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Senior Farewell

Senior Farewell

My first memory of Mac is seeing the stone head of General Douglas MacArthur at the front of the school. It wasn’t smiling or welcoming or friendly, it was just there. I remember the people were giants and I constantly mistook upperclassmen for parents or other adults. They were seniors who had it all together, […]

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Features

Losing Someone to College

Losing Someone to College

Everyone gets upset when their friends go to a different college or when a family member leaves to start college. Even teachers get upset when their students go off to college, but in the end no matter what college someone goes to their friends, family, and teachers will all be proud. Each person has their […]

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Save the Last Dance

Save the Last Dance

Brahmadora Officer, Sidney Villa will perform her last dance on Friday, May 16 for Spring Show. Preparations for the show have been stressful. “Spring Show is a combination of things, I know it will be fun, and it’s my last year, I’m a little stressed but not too much because it’s the last one.” Villa said. […]

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Sports

Baseball Season Comes to a Close

Baseball Season Comes to a Close

Baseball recently lost their spot in the playoffs to a crushing defeat of 13-5 in the second game of their best-of-three series against O’Conner. They had advanced to round two of the Region IV-5A area playoffs and ended their 2014 season with an overall record of 22-12. “The team had a good season,” varsity player Michael Sanchez, 12, […]

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Varsity and JV Track Meet

Varsity and JV Track Meet

      On Friday April 4, Varsity and JV track competed against North Side schools at Gustafson stadium.

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Entertainment

10 People 1 Question; Dream Vacation

10 People 1 Question; Dream Vacation

If you could take your dream summer vacation where would it be and why?

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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Review

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Review

This year coincidently marks the 10 year anniversary of the original Sam Raimi Spider-Man 2. So much has changed since then: the effects are better, the actors are (arguably) better, and the story is much more compelling.  But with the good comes the bad. Sony once again makes the mistake of having too many villains, a […]

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Blogs

Offbeat Bites: Kitchen Safety

Offbeat Bites: Kitchen Safety

Summer is right around the corner, and the long break is always a great time to sharpen your skills in the kitchen. However, one should always keep safety in mind when working in the kitchen. It should come as no surprise that most household accidents occur in the kitchen: the room is filled with cool […]

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Summer Styles

Summer Styles

One of the best aspects of summer is the styles that come along with it. Here are 5 of the hottest trends for this summer season. 1. Crop Tops: These are a great way to stay cool and show off a summer tan. Shop for crop tops from Forever 21. 2. High Waisted Shorts: This […]

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Opinion

Testing Troubles

Testing Troubles

  Have confidence in yourself when it comes to taking your tests and finals, if you tell yourself you’re going to fail, you’re going to fail! (5/22/14) (Click Image to Enlarge)

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Do the Right Thing: Will Sterling Sell the Clippers?

Do the Right Thing: Will Sterling Sell the Clippers?

Controversy surrounding the private telephone conversation between Los Angeles Clippers owner, Donald Sterling, and his girlfriend is the biggest story of the 2014 NBA Playoffs. Sterling is not going to sell the Clippers, at least not without a fight. His overtly racist remarks were inappropriate, offensive and he needed to be dealt with. It is […]

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Recent Articles

Continuing Life After Shows End

Continuing Life After Shows End

| June 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

As Spring comes to an end so do all the shows we have cherished and obsessed over. The characters you have grown addicted to, and the days you’ve cancelled plans to make it home in time to hear that familiar theme song are reaching their hiatus, and with some shows going off the air for […]

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Not a Fan

Not a Fan

| May 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

NBA Hall of Famer and TNT Inside the NBA analyst, Charles Barkley, has a history of clowning San Antonio. However, his most recent jabs toward San Antonio women triggered a different response from the city. During game two of the Spurs – Thunder series, fans responded to Barkley with ___ signs and t-shirts. Senior Marisa […]

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Pulsera Project

Pulsera Project

| May 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

Bracelets can travel; from the fingers of Nicaraguan youths thousands of miles to the United States. They can aid the poverty-stricken by providing food, water, and needed money to the families who participate. Because of this, Student Council has decided to continue the fundraiser they picked up from last year, the Pulsera Project. “These kids from Nicaragua make the […]

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