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Volleyball players dress as football players to show school spirit

Volleyball players dress as football players to show school spirit

Lucy Saucedo, Staff Writer

On the evening of October 16th, The Ann Richards Varsity Volleyball team dressed up as male football players for opposite day.The whole team decided on this idea and made...  Read More »

October 21, 2014 • 0 comments

The Ann Richards Marching Band run through their show at the AISD Band Jamboree. This is the last Jamboree for senior Idalis Maldonado (center trumpet player). Photo by Alex Loera

Marching Stars take on the 2014 AISD Marching Band Jamboree

September 28, 2014


Volleyball team keeps title as district champs

September 21, 2014

All Reznicek (11), varsity hitter, laughs before playing her cousin at the Bastrop Game on Friday Night.

Varsity Volleyball Hitter Plays Cousin in Bastrop Game

September 21, 2014

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Home is not a place

Home is not a place

Willa Smith, Staff Writer

When Paige Robbins graduated high school and moved north to New York City for college, she would've told you home was in Texas. However, as her freshman year at Barnard College...  Read More »

October 20, 2014 • 2 comments

The backyard of an adobe house near Fort Davis.

On West Texas, mixed feelings, and finding home

October 16, 2014


My three thousand mile humble abode

October 15, 2014

Kimberly Olea (11) sports a knit sweater during chemistry class.

Blending fall trends into the uniform

October 5, 2014

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Engineering students design tiny homes

Asha Mani, Staff Writer

The sophomore Principles of Engineering class is entering in the Tiny Victories Design Competition sponsored by Mobile Loaves and Fishes for their cornerstone project. Upon...  Read More »

October 19, 2014 • 0 comments

Middle school students dress up for opposite day. This was the third dress-up day of homecoming week, and many students dressed up in their craziest outfits or as boys.

Sixth graders experience their first homecoming

October 18, 2014

8th graders put the finishing touches on the perfect goth look for opposite day.

Homecoming Week Photo Gallery #2

October 16, 2014

Zane Trevino and Ryanne Howard, two members of Marathon High, run practice loops around the school track.  This will be Trevino's second year as a member and this is Howard's first.

Marathon High after school program starts off 3rd year with students

October 16, 2014

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Family Heirloom

Family Heirloom

Rewon Shimray, Staff Writer

Everything was white: the hospital walls, the lights that cast a stale vibe in the hallway, the crescents of my nervously bitten nails. In America, white is a symbol of peace or union, but this was not America. This was the place of my origin: Taiwan. In Chinese culture, white means death.

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October 7, 2014 • 1 comment

Ask Ann: I Don’t Feel the Same

October 6, 2014


On hair, boyishness, and feminism

September 13, 2014


Thoughts from Barnard College

July 2, 2014

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Sam Smith: In the Lonely Hour Review

Sam Smith: In the Lonely Hour Review

Courtney Williams, Staff Writer

Now if you’re like most of the world and have already fallen hard for Sam Smith, this review is something you could have written yourself. For those of you who haven’t...  Read More »

October 7, 2014 • 1 comment

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