Carnations were sold during all lunches and by all National Spanish Honor Society members from Jan. 21 until Feb. 7 in order to raise money for the program and supply one senior with a $500 scholarship.
Julia Pensiero breaks female typecasts on the mat one opponent at a time
It was her first tournament; she was only a freshman. Heart pounding, stomach aching, she shook nervously as she stood on the wrestling mat across her first bigger and stronger opponent.
Disney’s “Frozen”, directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee, has grossed over $864 million worldwide. It is currently in it’s 11th week on the highest grossing movies chart and has surpassed “The Lion King” as Disney’s all time highest grossing movie. It has been nominated for two Oscars: Best Animated Feature Film and Best Original […]
The 56th annual Grammy Awards took place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, on Jan. 27, with a lot of exciting performances, big wins, and an increase in viewership. Just like in recent years, the performances took the spotlight over the actual awards – there was a total of 20 performances during the […]
12/13/13: They day the internet exploded. Well…not really, but it was the day that Beyoncè released her self-titled visual album “Beyoncè” by complete surprise. Queen Bey managed to drop the long awaited record with a total of 14 songs and 17 videos without a single song being leaked. On top of all that, the success […]
Tastes of The Town Vol. 4 Daddy’s, Gourmet Burgers Monday-Saturday 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. 19202 Stone Oak Parkway suite #103 San Antonio TX 78258 The new and hottest restaurant around Stone Oak is definitely the high-end burger joint, Daddy’s. Daddy’s has already caught the attention of Bush Middle School whose basketball team recently went after […]
Leave it Miley Cyrus to end this month with a bang. The 21-year-old songstress kicked off her unapologetic “Bangerz” tour on Feb. 14 in Vancouver, and if you thought the VMAs were the raunchiest things could get, then you are sadly mistaken. Cyrus opens her eccentric show by sliding down a replica of her infamous […]
House Bill 5 takes effective in the 2014-2015 school year, and it works towards giving students more options after graduating, whether they choose to further their education or go straight into the workforce. Also included is a decrease in the number of STAAR tests taken at the end of every year, going from a required […]
Big Decisions is the abstinence and sex education course taught at NEISD high schools, along with other districts along the country. It teaches various contraceptive tools that can be used, with a focus on making teens realize that abstinence is the best course of action. The Big Decision’s curriculum includes a lessons that the district […]
By Tori Rousay -Photojournalism Being a freshman is hard work. You are new to this big school that you know nothing about and people give you a hard time just for being at the bottom at the food chain. It’s hard enough to make new friends when none of your old friends are in your […]
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