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Places to visit over the break
by Alexis McCutchan | Editor-in-Chief With winter break approaching, the amount of holiday activities is endless here in San Antonio. So for those of you who are staying in town for the holidays, I have created a list of some of the best holiday a (More)
Get to know your Brahmas: Kayla De Jesus
Kayla De Jesus is a sophomore and fourth chair for violin in orchestra. Q: When did you start playing violin? A: Fifth-grade, they came and introduced us to instruments, at first I wanted to be a veterinarian but I saw the violin and was like 'I' (More)
San Antonio's Tricentennial Extravaganza
by Jeremy Reyes|staff writer On May 1,1718 the city of San Antonio was founded by Franciscan missionary Father Olivares Antonio. The mission was called San Antonio de Valero, this founding began our cities history. Now, three hundred years later, (More)
SATX Exploration: Halcyon
On Sept. 30, Karianne Chupp and I went on a little coffee adventure downtown San Antonio, and found the hot spot, Halcyon: a coffee and lounge place for anyone who enjoys some nice music with a hot but not steaming coffee or an iced cold latte, espre (More)
Valentine's Day on campus
by Alexis McCutchan | staff writer Valentine's Day on a high school campus means roses, candy and stuff animals - but as with other holidays, the administration is asking students to refrain from unnecessary distractions. “Things that can or would (More)
Q and Sleigh: Christmas Edition ft. Diana Cerros
Everyone loves a good Christmas story (at least I hope everyone does). So enjoy this light-hearted and well-meaning Q and Sleigh in preparation for the holidays. 1. What's your favorite Christmas song? "None, they're all annoying. I wish they wer (More)
The annual Mactoberfest and Brahma March occurred on Nov.2, many students went to hang with friends, enjoy the games and see the booths. Sophomore Ravenne Garcia just moved here from another school and, experienced her first ever Mactoberfest. (More)
The best state parks in Texas
by Elijah Johns| staff writer State parks are just one of several ways students can make the most out of their summer. Lucky for us, Texas has a lot of different kinds of parks available to the public. Whether you want to hike, swim, or just relax (More)
ASL works with ALE for learning, fun
by Myralexis Tijerina| staff writer For the students in the ASL III/ IV dual credit class, working with the students in the ALE program is just a part of their daily routine. Instructed by Dr. Janellkay Brigham, the students in this class are spli (More)
ACL line up 2015
May brings more than just the end of the school year and the beginning of summer for students. It also brings along the release of the infamous Austin City Limits Music festival concert list for October. This annual concert is an event that many acro (More)
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