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Bahia Bowls, the best bowls in town!
by Chloe Jordan | tech editor A new small business has opened up in our vicinity, located near the infamous Burger King and relatively new Sprouts and HTeaO. Bahia Bowls is a delightful shop that sells a bowl similar to a smoothie, except with onl (More)
A scary story to listen to when you're bored
by Katie Barton | staff writer Most people have probably listened to a podcast at some point in time: a true crime podcast on the way to work, listening to businessman talk about money or politics while on a long road trip. I personally listen to (More)
Changes made to AP exams reacting to COVID-19
by Arianna Michaud | editor in chief In light of school closures and subsequent movement to online learning, the College Board has made the decision to administer all AP exams online. “To be a bit more flexible for students being at home, the C (More)
'Tiger King' takes audience on an absurd adventure
Sebastian Lucumi | staff writer We all have that one friend who loves documentaries a bit too much. "Hey dude, did you know that plastic makes you shorter,” or “hey bro, did you know that Santa Claus was started by Coca Cola in the early 20th (More)
Almost, Maine Review
Showcasing their hard work, the theatre department presented Almost, Maine. The show will run on Jan. 29-31 starting at 7 p.m. and on Feb. 1, at 2:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.   Each scene in Almost, Maine is about a different couple with different (More)
Aquaman is DC's new fish out of the water
staff writer | Lauren Loveless Aquaman: the upcoming DC movie with a lot of expectations riding on its’ success or failure. And, because the DC studios have created a few subjectively bad films recently, Aquaman has been predicted to flop. ‘Suicid (More)
'Avengers: Endgame' Marvel's best movie yet
by David Kent | staff writer [Warning, this review contains spoilers] The final installment in the Avengers saga is here at last. Does it live up to the hype from the last 11 years of marvel movies? Avengers: Endgame starts off almost immedi (More)
Maybe college doesn't have to be so hard
As the end of the first semester starts to come to a close, many students are searching for ways to find affordable living at dream college (that they will hopefully get into). But never fear! College Life, an app designed specifically for this reaso (More)
San Antonio's hidden international grocery stores
Lauren Loveless | staff writer San Antonio is known for its' diversity and various cultures, and with that comes many different regional stores hidden in the corners of the city. From Japanese to European, you can basically find any type of global (More)
Mr. Fish and Bull Gogi food truck brings new food to San Antonio
by David Kent | staff writer With a dog friendly atmosphere that is open to families and college students alike, The Block is a food truck park that offers a wide variety of food from korean to seafood, the (More)
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