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Innovating in the iLab

Innovating in the iLab

Tessa Lehman, Copy Editor

February 14

Opportunities to Lend a Helping Hand

Opportunities to Lend a Helping Hand

Hannah Walls, Staff Writer

Many students on campus need service hours, but finding out where to get them is not always easy. There are plenty of service-based organizations on campus: AGS, NHS, PALs, and Link Crew, to name a few.

January 10

On A Mission

January 9

December’s National Holidays

December 1

Assigning Summer Stress

Assigning Summer Stress

October 27

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Classic Calamity With The Caped Crusader

Classic Calamity With The Caped Crusader

Luke Myslik, Staff Writer

Warner Bros. released The LEGO Movie in February 2014, and we all thought that from the trailer that it was going to be a 90-minute long toy commercial made just to promote a popular product. But surprisingly, it wasn’t.

March 7

A Cure Worth Taking

A Cure Worth Taking

Luke Myslik, Staff Writer

A Cure for Wellness is a psychological thriller directed by the visually talented, Gore Verbinski, who has been recognized for creating the Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy, Rango, and The Ring, one of the greatest horror films of the last decade. Upon watching the film’s trailers, I felt very skeptical about this movie, because I thought it would either be a very engaging thriller, or a tedious bore.

March 6

Keanu Comes Back For the Kill in “John Wick: Chapter 2”

Keanu Comes Back For the Kill in “John Wick: Chapter 2”

March 6

Caraval Enamors Reader with Unique Storyline

Caraval Enamors Reader with Unique Storyline

February 21

Battlefield 1 Poses Problems for New Players

Battlefield 1 Poses Problems for New Players

February 21

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4:20 Release to Help with Downtown Congestion

4:20 Release to Help with Downtown Congestion

Auston Abrego, Entertainment Editor

After months of back and forth, the district has approved a new release time of 4:20 p.m., which will go into effect at the end of February to help relieve traffic after school.

February 17

AGS Students Buddy Up

Tessa Lehman, Copy Editor

The new AGS buddy system pairs underclassmen with upperclassmen who can share knowledge about school and other AGS experiences.

December 8

A Changing Landscape: Lamar Beach Update

November 14

Campus Granted Half Days for ACL

October 28

Austin High Traffic

Austin High Traffic

October 11

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The Vegetarian’s Dilemma

Michael Tiemann-Daniel, Staff Writer

Vegetarianism is continuing to grow in popularity as many women and men have begun seeing health benefits by making the switch.

February 14

Where Does the Money Go?

Cole Ratliff, Staff Writer

School budgeting is a daunting topic and something no student should have to worry about. Everything from culinary to football is funded, receiving money from AISD, the state, and school fundraisers.

January 14

A Very Personal Election

December 15

Fire Drills Lack Urgency

Fire Drills Lack Urgency

December 14

Not a Good FIT

Not a Good FIT

October 26

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Joo Travels Asia to Connect to her Roots

Joo Travels Asia to Connect to her Roots

Tessa Lehman, Copy Editor

Senior Minji Joo, originally from Dallas, had the opportunity to travel to and live in numerous Asian countries throughout the years, allowing her to experience new and unique cultures, some of which gave her insight on her Korean roots.

February 14

Small Screen Magic

Small Screen Magic

Kaylan Berry, Staff Writer

Philosophical rants, new perspectives, and some plain silly videos can be found in senior Caleb Short’s multiple short films on YouTube.

June 1

Run Along with Thomas Chiang

Run Along with Thomas Chiang

June 1

Synchronized Dedication

Synchronized Dedication

June 1

The Ultimate Catch

The Ultimate Catch

June 1

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