With a new summer comes new trends. Here are some that have arrived just in time for summer 2021.
With an ample amount of free time during summer break, it's important to dedicate a slice of it to appreciate the local art around San Antonio. Here is a list of museums that are displaying unique events, exhibitions, interactive art, and much more.
by Monica Smith | staff writer With the end of the school year slowly approaching, there is also the anticipated banquets happening in classes. Although this year, there are some minor restrictions to enforc...
Every student knows that with the end of the school year approaching, there's also a group project bound to be assigned in every class. But with half the school being online and the other half in-person, the projects are going to be looking a bit different this year.
Here are some of the drinks you can order at Starbucks that went viral on TikTok.
With the COVID-19 vaccination steadily becoming more accessible and regulated to people who need it, there is an evident amount of people who are now searching for opportunities to get it. Junior Ava Cadena who recently got the vaccine shares what her experience was like and what to know before getting it.
Tired of wasting time during spring break? Here’s a guide to actually make the most out of it this year
Instead of rewatching that Netflix series or staring at a wall to pass time -- here's how to actually make your spring break a worthy spring break while still maintaining Covid-19 awareness.
The San Antonio Zoo’s “Cry Me a Cockroach” event is a great way to fix a broken heart this Valentine’s day
For Valentine's day, The San Antonio Zoo is holding their second annual Cry Me a Cockroach event that allows patrons to name a roach or rodent after their ex and then watch it be eaten by a reptile.
NEISD is now selling all tickets to athletic events online only, with the exception of basketball since the season is already underway.
The COVID-19 vaccine is now available for front-line healthcare workers, residents in long-term health facilities, and people over the age of 65 with at least one chronic medical condition. A vaccine offered to the general public is not yet available.