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Lucia Hruby

Lucia Hruby has 8 articles published.

Lucia Hruby is a junior at Ann Richards and is a new member of The Polaris Press. She is a fan of novelty socks, chocolate milk, witty puns, and traveling. When not slaving away at homework, you can find Lucia running with her cross country team, coaching Soccer Squad, tending to her chickens, dining at Kerbey Lane, re-watching Ugly Betty episodes or taking “selfies” with her family.

About Lucia Hruby

Lucia Hruby is a junior at Ann Richards and is a new member of The Polaris Press. She is a fan of novelty socks, chocolate milk, witty puns, and traveling. When not slaving away at homework, you can find Lucia running with her cross country team, coaching Soccer Squad, tending to her chickens, dining at Kerbey Lane, re-watching Ugly Betty episodes or taking “selfies” with her family.

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Something to crow about: sixth graders plan to introduce chickens to school

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Chickens for Young Women Leaders at Think It Up Live Event at Crockett High School on March 10, 2016. The group took the stage and began their presentation.  A little nervous at first, the first presenter soon warmed up to the audience.  The microphone was handed to another group member.  Stage fright struck her and…

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Reexamining Exams: Should the ACT and SAT be eliminated?

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Beads of sweat roll down the palms of my hands as I slip into my assigned desk in a classroom, surrounded by twenty other students who I begin to see as competitors.   Knots began to form in my stomach as I try to control my anxiety.  “Don’t stress,” I tell myself.  “Your test scores will…

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Senior Sage: Seniors give advice on college applications

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Already, 618 applications have been sent out to 171 different colleges by Ann Richards seniors. Each senior has already been accepted into a two-year colleges and 96% have been accepted at four-year colleges. After completing their college applications, some seniors reflect on their application process and offer tips and advice to future seniors.   Sierra…

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‘Tis the Season: Runners participate in 5k race to raise money for Ronald McDonald House

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It’s Friday, a cool December night. Hundreds of people gather on the start line of the Lights of Love 5k at the Mueller Hanger.  Race participants take their mark as an announcer counts down the last five seconds before the race begins. “Go!” The runners are off. As runners pass by the start line, they…

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Howdy!: Aggieland presentation leaves student with mixed emotions

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Since the beginning of the August, I have been feeling an intense pressure to get serious about my college search.  The thought of SAT and ACT scores, college essays, and my GPA makes my breathing speed up and my heart beat faster.  Currently, I don’t have any clue what I want to do with my…

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A Service Charm: Service club sells bracelets to support Nicaraguan artists

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The Keystone Club began their week long sale of colorful handmade bracelets and bags began on October 19 through an organization called the Pulsera Project.  Members of the Keystone Club were able to convince the administration to have some flexibility with the school dress code in support of the service project. Keystone is a student…

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Mega Phone Loss: Middle schoolers find stolen phones in girl’s bathroom

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Two middle schoolers reported to the administration that their cell phones were stolen on Wednesday, September 23. The phones were found in the girl’s bathroom trash can later that day. Karen Sanchez-Gonzalez and Ashley Trejo Benitez, both seventh graders, realized that their phones were missing during their seventh period STARS class. “I was worried that I…

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Eyes on the Tiger: ARS family supports alumna at Dallas Division I volleyball tournament

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Ann Richards alumna, Sofia Hruby, was supported by friends, family, and former teammates in the SMU Doubletree Classic volleyball tournament in Dallas, Texas September 18th and 19th. Hruby is one of eight freshmen on the Clemson University volleyball team.  Since late June, she has been at Clemson in South Carolina preparing for the Atlantic Coast…

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