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Single Awareness Day

Single Awareness Day

Single Awareness Day is held on February 14th, the day in which Valentine’s Day is also celebrated. This jocular holiday that is meant for those who are not currently in a relationship or have any romantic plans on that day. Furthermore, singles gather to celebrate their single status and provide reminders for those who are “taken” […]

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Scholastic Art

Scholastic Art

Say Si hosted 2015 Scholastic Art Awards on January 30, 2015 , which was a ceremony to award the students for their efforts in contributing in supporting the arts.

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Looking Towards The Road To Success

Looking Towards The Road To Success

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Rattler Sports

Rattlers Lose Lead Late

Rattlers Lose Lead Late

The Rattlers took on the Johnson Jaguars in the first of two meetings this season in soccer district. After a trying preseason, the Rattlers had started well with a victory over Roosevelt, and were now hoping to continue on against Johnson. The Rattlers, with a few mishaps on defense, and Johnson’s attack coming on strong, […]

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Rattlers Reflect on Rocket’s Victory

Rattlers Reflect on Rocket’s Victory

As the clock is winding down, the scene is coming to an end. Judson players are already celebrating, starting senior safety Garrett Strauss is red in the face from yelling at the defense, and quarterback Kellen Mond sits with ice on his knee, head down. The tears are starting to form in some players eyes, and […]

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Reagan Football Quarterfinals Preview

Reagan Football Quarterfinals Preview

In the fourth round of the playoffs, the Rattlers will play the Judson Rockets at Judson Stadium on Friday. With starting quarterback Kellen Mond injured and back up quarterback Cade Bormet with a broken thumb, it is unclear who will be playing this week. However, with both teams fairly evenly matched on both sides of […]

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Arts & Entertainment

Familiar Sound, Different Face

Familiar Sound, Different Face

Dylan Gardener is a seventeen year old from Pasadena, California, a self taught musician who just released his debut album “Adventures in Real Time.” Growing up in the time of Youtube, Gardener was able to achieve a following by posting videos to his channel. Like other musicians his age, he has attained a certain amount of […]

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Fall Out Boy: American Beauty/American Psycho Review

Fall Out Boy: American Beauty/American Psycho Review

The American rock band from Illinois, Fall Out Boy, is back again with a new album to be released Jan 20th which took a year and a half to create. The album American Beauty/American Psycho is already number two on top album in the iTunes chart with just preorders. This is their sixth upcoming album […]

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Fall Trend of 2014

Fall Trend of 2014

Fall is the season of orange leaves, pumpkin scented candles, approaching holidays, and best of all, fall clothes. Scarves, mittens, sweaters and cute boots is the time of year every fashionista waits for the most.  As they mix and match accessories while being comfortable in the chilly weather, boys are also embellishing the season with […]

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Comics

Disco Alien

Disco Alien

Comic by Jetty Crittenden.

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Features

Unmasqueing Student Council

Unmasqueing Student Council

A look at the faces behind homecoming.

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A New Page In Pageants

A New Page In Pageants

The pageant game is no joking matter. From entry costs, pageant outfits, makeup, to preparation, the stress can really stack up. However, one Reagan student is stepping up to the challenge, and taking on the pageant world.

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Watt’s Up Mrs. Watts?

Watt’s Up Mrs. Watts?

New year, New teachers. Get to know Reagan’s new math teacher, Mrs. Watts!

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For the Fleeting Taste of Glory

For the Fleeting Taste of Glory

There has always been an ongoing debate: dream big and fail, or be realistic and succeed. Neither one sounds especially appealing–after all, nobody wants to suffer from rejection nor limit themselves from their full potential. But sometimes in order to reach the highest cliffs, we need to fall down first. Obviously, it’s important to set […]

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Listen Up

Listen Up

Listen Up—Hey, are You Paying Attention? Too many times in their lives kids go through the motions of despising their parents. Those people that nurture and care for them are very often the ones blamed for all their problems, and very rarely do the children ever take the time to reflect upon themselves. But a […]

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Issues with homework

Issues with homework

EDITORIAL CARTOON BY: ISABEL CANALES  

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In Other News

Nail Art for the A-Games

Nail Art for the A-Games

| January 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

LA133 urges Reagan students to support kids with autism competing in the A-Games by buying Jamberry nail art.

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Fresh Faces of Reagan

Fresh Faces of Reagan

| January 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

     

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