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Public Forums, Debates, and Extemporary Speaking Oh My

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Business suits and boys, Ann Richards debate team was not in Kansas anymore. On Saturday January 11 the Ann Richards debate team traveled to Bowie High School to compete in a tournament with about 400 other students around the district. Debate has been a brand new experience for the Salazar sisters, Bethany (sophomore) and Zabdi…

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Youth & Government District Competition

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Schools as far as Corpus Christi gather in Stephen F. Austin High School for the Youth & Government. Teenagers who appear to be as old as 30 click-clack their way to their designated rooms. There is Model U.N, Legislature, Judicial, and Media. In large round-table discussions, Model U.N examines global issues and how the United…

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ARS Sophomore Class Takes Louisiana By Storm

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It’s nearly 10 at night, and the Ann Richards sophomore class has been on the same charter bus for coming on 10 hours. Over the three days of the trip, the girls visited four college campuses, stopped in five cities, crossed the state line twice, stayed in two hotels, watched eight films, sang with two…

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NHS and NJHS Induction: Honoring Bright Stars

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“Noblesse Oblige,” these are the words spoken by NHS President and junior, Eliza Martin. “Nobility Obligates. This is the motto of National Honor Society.” Martin stands on stage. Beside her are other NHS and NJHS Officers. In front of her are parents, aunts, uncles, grandparents, siblings, faculty, staff, and fellow students. Below her are National…

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A Fine Night to Remember: ARS Fine Arts Social

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The Ann Richards Chorale program extended an invitation to the other Fine Arts to their social, that became a Fine night to remember.   Since 2010 Millicent Jardine, the Choral Director here, started the event: the Choir Social, “When I was in school, we had a choir social and I always thought it was really nice…

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