By Nicholas Norris | One of the most anticipated times of the year is upon us and the prom committee has been working hard to not only pick where prom will be held but doing all the heavy lifting behind the scenes to make it all possible. The prom (More)
By Ana Calderon | Photo by Carmen Centeno | This is part of a series about individual seniors and how they chose their colleges. | Senior Marina McCree is going to the University of Houston college of architecture, she will be attending the Ger (More)
By Austin Cohea | Assistant Editor | Jason Reynolds is an author that has written nine books, including Long Way Down, Miles Morales Spider Man, and Sunny, a book in a four book series. He came to give student writers some advice and inspiration i (More)
By AJ Ballard | Many conversations that I have with adults revolve around my generation’s use of technology and supposed “addiction” to their phones. Before spring break, I could hardly say that I agreed with them.
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)
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)
By Danessa Rivers | On Tuesday Jan. 30 AVID sophomores went on a field trip to Texas A&M San Antonio. On this visit they were able to get a grasp of the life as a everyday college student. AVID visits colleges because the visits are eye-openin (More)
By AJ Ballard | [caption id="attachment_17646" align="alignleft" width="300"] Senior Tammy Nyugen The Western Art Competition is a contest hosted by (More)