Learning the Lingo

Ana Rodriguez del Alamo, Staff Reporter   In a world where 6,900 different languages are spoken. With all of the different languages, a different culture comes with it that makes the person able to communicate and understand more about the culture.   On our campus, the variety of languages that can be chosen is more than usual schools. A student […]

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New PALS Selected

Isabella Geltman, Staff Reporter   The LEE PALS program has officially found its members for the 24-25 school year. Interviews were held in early March and members received their congratulations letters on March 8.   PALS visit three elementary schools to work with students, so making sure each member is capable and a good fit for the program is especially […]

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Fight Over House Bill 4

Jacquelin Rebolledo Hernandez, Staff Reporter   The state of Texas has proposed a new immigration law, Senate Bill 4, which gives police authority to arrest someone under suspicion of participating in “illegal entry.” The bill has specified illegal entry to include victims of smuggling and human trafficking.   The punishment for violating this law is up to six months in […]

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Jewish Student Union Fosters Community

Samantha Briano, Staff Reporter   The Jewish Student Union is a student-led organization that meets once a month, in room 207 (Ms. Savadin’s classroom) during 5th period lunch. The club is directed by president Elad Kovo and vice president Gavin Valdez. In addition to standard meetings, JSU has hosted a ton of events so far this year, including making straw […]

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Double Overtime Sends Crowd to Their Feet

Ana Rodriguez Del Alamo, Staff Reporter   The Vols are up and giving their best!   It’s official that the basketball season has already started off with a bang. In their recent game, the Volunteers played against Johnson High School on Tuesday, January 8, at the LEE gym.    The JV game was overall in favor for the Volunteers leading […]

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Madam Commander

Renata Garcia Davila, Contributor   15-year-old Julissa Maciel Corona is taking charge as the Female V’ Raider Commander at LEE High School in San Antonio, Texas!. As she leads the way into the JROTC program, Corona is proving that age is just a number.   “I never thought I’d be doing this at 15, but LEE High is all about […]

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50 Points to Hufflepuff

Samantha Briano Gonzalez, Staff Reporter   NESA senior, Katherine Day, is the costume designer for Puffs, Allied Campus Theater’s first show of the year.    Day works behind the scenes to style the magical world depicted the Harry Potter spoof. Her favorite part of getting ready for this show is working with everyone on the costume team.   “I have so […]

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LEE Welcomes Bold New Leader

By Chris Loustaunau, Editor-in-Chief   In no world would I have thought that I would find Snoop Dogg Cheese Puffs in my new Principal’s office.    But Mr. Alejandro Escamilla, the newly appointed LEE principal , surprised me in more ways than one when I sat down with him. He shared his profound vision for education and his passion for […]

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MUNSA-funsa

Edder Martinez, Staff Reporter   M.U.N.S.A has established itself as a long running tradition at ISA. Being held in early January every year. But, this year it’s going through Jan. seventh to eighth. M.U.N.S.A has recently wrapped up its 27th installment, and M.U.N.S.A XXVII Empower was significant due to being the first conference held at trinity since 2020.   Trinity […]

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Wild Behavior: California’s Wild Fire Season Proves Unpredictable

California’s recent fumigating fire seasons have stretched unsettlingly far into the year, with devastating flames sprouting in November and December. But this year, thankfully, the chance of fire has decreased.    Rainfall in the colder months of California has already halted some of the fires. Meteorology Experts expect a major storm headed to southern California. They hope that the rain […]

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Truss Turmoil

Edder Martinez, Staff Reporter   After former UK Prime Minister Borris Johnson resigned from his role Prime Minister Liz Truss was elected by the conservative party to serve as head of the government. Truss’ term was short-lived with her prime ministership being the shortest in the country’s history   Her term began on Sep. 6th and ended only after 44 […]

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News from NASA

Chris Loustaunau, Editor-in-Chief   NASA launched the DART spacecraft on September 26 2020 which successfully impacted the asteroid Dimorphous on October 4th. NASA’s plan was to redirect an asteroid far in space.    NASA’s attempt to alter the orbit of the asteroid will see me for the first time in history, NASA will crash a spacecraft into the asteroid on […]

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