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Plaid Fad

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Walking through a city neighborhood this past fall I couldn’t help but feel a little like everyone was copying my ARS uniform swag. Everywhere I looked I seemed to be seeing someone rocking a plaid skirt (sometimes even pleeted), a plaid shirt, or at the very least a plaid scarf. The plaid fad exploded last…

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MLK Day Across the Country

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“There comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular, but he must take it because conscience tells him it is right.” – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As we all celebrate MLK Day with a day off from work and school, across the country different people…

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Rock It Like A Sprockette

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Scoring goals isn’t just for humans. In fact, the ARS FTC (FIRST Tech Challenge) Robotics team or the “Sprockettes” aim to have their robot raise a flag, go up a bridge, swing from a bar, and put blocks into a goal all within a 3 minute time period to gain points. This can be a…

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Your Gift Guide for the Holidays

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It can be hard to think of the perfect present for everyone on your list each holiday season, but this year look no further than our 2013 Holiday Gift Guide! We’ve gone hunting for some of the best gifts around, from gift wrapping to DIY crafts, they’re sure to help you with every gift on…

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The LBJ (Little Black Jacket) Library

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The air hits me like a crispy slap in the face as the door of my favorite clothing boutique swings shut. That’s right; it’s fall and with it has come a whole new slew of shopping. The new season is especially important to the students of the Ann Richards School. It’s the optimal time to…

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Top 10 Coffee Myths

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We see coffee every day. Teachers carry Starbucks cups with them to class, our parents get grouchy if they don’t have their daily cup, and the (new! flavorful! creamy!) Salted Caramel Mocha Frappuccino is advertised on posters on the windows of your favorite coffee shop. However, the more commonplace coffee becomes, the more we may…

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Halloween Costumes Walking the Neighborhoods This Season

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In the crowded cafeteria, frantic and excited voices talk about everything from the early release on Halloween day to candy preferences, and of course, costume choices. Halloween is nearly here, and as the big night inches ever closer, ARS girls are scrambling to put the finishing touches on their costumes or start throwing something together.…

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A Guzman is Hard to Find

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Long before students arrive at school, Mr. Guzman’s red truck pulls up. This is the only time he listens to music at work, in the early hours before the school wakes up. In he walks, on go the lights, and on comes Pandora. Mr. Guzman has been at Ann Richards since before it was Ann…

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The Fox – Redefine the Magazine

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Back to School: Whether You Like it or Not

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Summer has come to a close, and school has started once again. It’s time to turn in your summer reading, and turn on your alarm clocks. Sure we may dread those first few weeks waking up before 12 o’clock, but think about what’s good. You can see a lot of your friends again, catch up…

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