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Theater Department Welcomes New Co-Director

Theater Department Welcomes New Co-Director

Logan Robichaud, Staff Writer

November 13, 2015

The theater department welcomes new co-director in order to expand department and increase involvement.

GSA at the Pride Parade 2015

GSA at the Pride Parade 2015

Violet Frohlich, Copy Editor

October 13, 2015

The Maroon's Copy Editor, Violet Frohlich, attended the 2015 Pride Parade in downtown Austin, along with the Gay-Straight Alliance Club. Check out the photo gallery of the parade.

Gay Straight Alliance Vision Grows

Gay Straight Alliance Vision Grows

Violet Frohlich, Copy Editor

September 10, 2015

Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) is a club that has been around for years, but recent societal developments have led to the issues they are working to address and explore becoming more and more prevalent in the media.

Sophomore Shoots Short Film Over Spring Break

Freshman Jack Fessenden and Sophomore Quinn Holmes shoot a scene from the short film

Victoria Diaz, Staff Writer

March 27, 2015

Amateur filmmaker Quinn Holmes, a sophomore, spent the week directing a short film that he wrote and developed himself called "15-Love".

AISD: The Pride and Promise of Austin Film Premiere

Senior media manager Sonny Stephens, Superintendent Dr. Paul Cruz, and senior entertainment editor Ana Szachacz at the AISD film premieres.

Sonny Stephens, Media Manager

March 13, 2015

Austin ISD premiered its student-made film, AISD: The Pride and Promise of Austin, at the Performing Arts Center on Thursday night. The film featured clips made by students from every high school in the school district. Many important faces were at the event, including Superintendent Dr. Paul Cruz.

Students Travel to United Kingdom

Students Travel to United Kingdom

Alexandra Currie-Buckner, Staff Writer

March 13, 2015

Students are currently gearing up for a trip to the United Kingdom over spring break led by geography teacher Jordan Attra.

Featured Blog Post: The Impact Too Much Work Has On Students

Matthew Craft, Staff Writer

March 4, 2015

Despite being in the beginning of a new six weeks, students are already being flooded with tests, quizzes, and essays in every class. With teachers cramming in all they can before spring break, it really takes a toll on the student.

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