On April 24th, the weekly Monday morning assembly at the Ann Richards School hosted speeches for candidates running for Student Body positions. The ensuing election unites four optimistic candidates ready for the 2017-2018 year.
Vania Neri (11) works on her business cards during her STARS class. Photo by Yoselin Resendiz. On Wednesday, April, 19, the Ann Richards Class of 2018 were sent off to conduct annual Junior internship interviews. During this
Each junior at ARS undergoes SAT and ACT preparation from the More Than a Teacher MTAT program during their second semester STARS class. MTAT is provided to students to help them achieve the best scores they can on standardized
There’s no other way to put it: fashion is an important staple to modern day American society. With every season emerges bold statements, led by celebrities, fashion designers, and bloggers alike. Schools with uniforms have a
It’s Thanksgiving Day. The parades have ended, the turkey has been cooked and eaten, the potatoes have been mashed, the football has been watched, and the last slice of pumpkin pie has been reduced to a few crumbs. To many,
We all know the Class of 2018 is a rambunctious one. If the reader is a sophomore, prepare yourself for a wild ride with this survival guide. Otherwise, sit back and enjoy. Also continue reading just in case you ever need
Injured Varsity and JV cross country runners work on sustainable strengthening in hopes of running the district race. “I was out for about four weeks. And so I ran twice this past week and my third run of this whole season was