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School hosts second college, career fair
By Danessa Rivers | AVID, along with family specialist Francisco Martinez, hosted the school's 2nd annual college career fair event in the cafeteria last Feb. 28. “AVID put this event together so our community can have access to a college caree (More)
Artists statebound in VASE
By Gisselle Washington | Five students will advance to the State Visual Arts Scholastic Event (VASE) at San Marcos High School on April 28. The five state qualifying medals for top honors went to Megan Adams, Graciela Herrera, Quyen Nguyen, Chloe (More)
Students in flurry of Spring Break activity
By Desiree Flores and Nichelle Harris | After two long months, spring break is just around the corner. This vacation is an opportunity for all students and teachers to kick back and relax. Many students either travel out of town or stay home and (More)
Students take flight for Big Art Day
By Ana Calderon | Art teacher S'Lena Hinojosa and her Pre-AP students created an interactive sculpture, "Let Your Imagination Take Flight,"  for "Big Art Day" on March 1. Each year, Big Art Day kicks off the start of Youth Art Month in Texas. S (More)
Schneider shares her love of science
By Austin Cohea | Assistant Editor & Desiree Flores | Assignments Editor | Phys (More)
Track earns awards at South San Meet
By Nichelle Harris | The TR track season was off to a powerful start with many wins at South San. Even though it was a practice track meet, the track teams came to show everyone their talents. Both JV and varsity boys took first place in the 40 (More)
Special Olympics basketball gets started
By Nicholas Norris | Photo by Mi Noe | The Special Olympics basketball season is well underway. (More)
Where I'm Going: Brena McCoy
By Ana Calderon | This is part of a series about individual seniors and how they chose their colleges. | Senior Brena McCoy h (More)
Nate's at State (Again)
By Mayra Gallegos | Big Stick Editor | Nathan Alvarez, junior wrestler, went to state this weekend at The Berry Center. It was his second appearance in two years, and this year he came away with a fifth place win. "It's pretty exciting," Alvare (More)
Select students to compete in art UIL competition
By Hailey Massey | Since the beginning the spring semester there has been one commonality in every art class on campus: certain individuals, selected by their art teachers, are working on pieces to be placed into VASE- the Visual Arts Scholastic E (More)
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