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Band of brothers: Seniors lead wrestling team to state after four years of hard work, dedication

In high school sports, thousands of athletes strive toward the goal of being the best. The reality is, only a few can achieve top honors as head-to-head competition separates the wheat from the chaff. This year’s boys wrestling team came together as a single unit to work toward a single goal – being the best […]

Reed Arena graduation information

Please click here for a list of items prohibited by Reed Arena during graduation. Information about seating, parking, and live streaming is also included.

Bases loaded: Viking baseball family creates legacy of support, love of game

Legacy. Generations. Vikings. Family. With nineteen members in the Guest/Kubichek family, blue and silver runs deep. As a pitcher on the Viking baseball team, senior Kobly Kubichek controls the flow of the game from the mound as his teammates look to him for leadership and he finds support from the other eight players on the field. Within his family unit, Kobly experiences many of the same qualities found on the field as each member of his family supports him and cheers him on helping him to the next step in his journey as a baseball player.

Shy-Annes spring show schedule for April 27, 28

Glitter, Gold, and 50 Years of Dancing Magic Date: Friday, April 27 and Saturday, April 28 Time: Doors open at 6:30 pm, show begins at 7:00 pm Where: Margaret W. Rudder Auditorium at Rudder High School Tickets can be purchased beginning Monday, April 16 and are $10 each Tickets purchased at the door are $15 […]

Guilty pleasure provides escape from high school drama

Middle school is not typically a time anyone wants to remember or look fondly on while living their lives as someone who made it past the wild age of thirteen. When it comes to my own middle school experience… never mind, we’re not going there. Even though I refuse to reminisce on my own middle school days, what’s so wrong with reliving that time in my life through characters in a television show? Disney Channel’s Andi Mack allows audiences to enjoy a sweeter version of teenage life without the edginess of the typical high school show by revolving around younger, silly, heartwarming storylines.

Attending tutorials smart choice for successful students

For a lot of freshman, the transition into high school is not easy. The classes become more difficult and students have to adjust to a new schedule (especially if they do a sport). I’ve struggled with that as well, doing cheer while also balancing AP and pre-AP classes. It isn’t easy and it is very […]

Art students win at Bush Library contest

The following students had winning pieces at the 2018 George Bush Library Art Contest. 2D Category 1st Place – Andrew Cadena 1st Place – Jacklyn Martinez 2nd Place – Ben Ray 3rd Place – Brithany Landeros Honorable Mention – Anna Herbert & Caroline Lafon

Art students earn top scores, advance to state competition

Viking art students participated in the Visual Arts Scholastic Event, hosted here at Bryan High School last month. All students below received a top score of a 4. Regional Winners Ailiyah Flores – 2 artworks both receiving a 4 Ruth Garcia Gabrielle Hadley – 2 artworks both receiving a 4 Madelyn Moore – 2 artworks […]

Sims fosters God-complex, provides gamers with outlet for control

“Miss Martinez I’d like to file a complaint against your creations! Your little Ansel has not only superglued all the computer mouses in the library to the desks but he also superglued the principal’s toupee to the school’s mascot while his sister Erica is going off to nightclubs doing what you hooligans call twerking-on table tops! We eat off those things for goodness sakes! What do you have to say for yourself ?” “…Um Yolo?”

Golfers bring home district honors, advance to region

The Lady Viking Golf team participated in the 18-5A district golf tournament held at Pebble Creek Country Club in College Station last week. On day one, senior Ellie Conrad finished her round with a score of 92 and sophomore Skye Faldyn scored a 123. After round 1 Ellie was sitting 5th individually and tied for […]

Walking Dead breathes new life into zombie genre

Most people think shows about zombies are all the same; they believe that all zombie TV shows and movies centralize around a pandemic and those that aren’t infected attempting to survive. The main focus is the protagonist’s skill and their ability to save themselves in seemingly impossible situations. Although this might be a run-of-the-mill case for many zombie movies, it isn’t for The Walking Dead.