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Journalism on the Road: Yearbook and newspaper students compete in journalism in San Antonio

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Thirty two newspaper and yearbook staff bused to San Antonio on Saturday, October 17 for a weekend of state-level journalism competitions ranging from photo scavenger hunts to sports writing. There were a total of eleven awards given to Ann Richards students: Maria Jaramillo for on site photography, Yesenia Rosales for on site photography, Rewon Shimray for…

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Protecting frail populations

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There’s a little dirt road just south of Blanco, nestled between Comfort and Canyon Lake, with a strict speed limit of 10 miles per hour. Drivers who frequent the road know that this is a precaution taken in case an African lion should amble into the street. At the end of that lane lies a sweeping…

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Does Ebola deserve hysteria?

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  The only airborne virus, when it comes to contemporary medical news, is our imagination. Of course, it’s hard to reign in our mind’s eye when we hear about the symptoms of the Ebola virus. It could seep into our system through our mucus membranes, causing a sore throat and flu-like symptoms. Before we know it, we…

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