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My journalism experience: lessons learned, memories made, friendships formed in room 6160

Emily Nash May 15, 2014
High school, day one: lost, shy, and scared. My first class on that day was Journalism - Newspaper with Rebecca Dominy in room 6160. A series of questions ran through my head as 8:25 a.m. came closer and closer by the minute: where is room 6160? I knew the class would be filled with upperclassmen - what if they think I’m weird?

Teens more stressed than ever: Easy solutions to keeping strain under control

Emily Nash April 14, 2014
Teenagers, like adults, get stressed every now and then. But just how stressed is our generation?

Color guard, percussion compete in indoor competition season

Emily Nash April 3, 2014
Aside from performing on the football field, the percussion and the color guard compete in two indoor competitions hosted by the Texas Color Guard Circuit: the Winter Guard International (WGI) and the Texas Color Guard Championships (TCGC) during the spring semester.

UIL district realigns with local schools in 18-5A

Emily Nash February 25, 2014
UIL realigns districts every two years as they reassess school population changes. To ensure a more equal field of play in athletics, fine arts, and academic competition, the most recent change means that all four public high schools in Bryan and College Station will compete in district 18-5A next year, along with Conroe Caney Creek, Huntsville, Livingston, and Willis.

From classroom to ballroom teacher showcases moves

Emily Nash January 29, 2014
After balancing the things she loves - her job, her family, and other priorities - for 36 years, economics teacher Laura Wagner decided that it was time to do something for her own pleasure. That being said, Wagner never thought she would be putting the “fox” in foxtrot.

Christmas music strikes spirit during holiday season

Emily Nash December 4, 2013
With Christmas just around the corner, classic Christmas movies are beginning to pop on television, families are putting colorful lights up around the house, and, best of all, that beloved Christmas music is playing everywhere we go.

Technology drains life of teens; must find way to recharge, reconnect socially

Emily Nash November 13, 2013
2% battery. Your head shoots up from your little bright screen. You jump to your feet, knock your chair over, leap over the couch, run across the state, over the lava, swim across the Atlantic Ocean, fight off members of a drug cartel, make it past a Pterodactyl without being eaten alive, run straight through WWII safe from the falling bombs, sneak past zombies in an apocalypse, climb over Mt. Everest and finally you reach it -- the cherished charger that will give life to your beautiful, beloved cell phone.

Future, questions, uncertainty: Seniors face scary reality of growing up

Emily Nash September 27, 2013
Summer has always been carefree for me. The sun kisses my skin, sweets become even sweeter, sweat goes unnoticed, and of course spending every day with my friends is the best part. But the summer after my junior year was different. Sure, it was still a break from school, but seeing my expectations in comparison to my realizations was like a slap in the face.

Love for special needs ministry creates bonds through smiles, spiritual growth

Emily Nash September 24, 2013
Seeing Cody smile means the world to senior Madison Goolsby, along with the smiles of about 30 other disabled kids and adults she works with in the special-needs ministry at Central Baptist Church. Madison began working with the special-needs ministry three summers ago Vacation Bible School.

Love for sport inspires charitable event to benefit children’s hospital

Emily Nash April 24, 2013
He’s got a big passion, a big smile, and a big heart. And he’s made a big difference to kids he’s never even met.

Read Between the Lines: Looking for Alaska

Emily Nash March 8, 2013
“I know so many last words. But I will never know hers.” Not knowing her last words haunted Miles Halter after her disappearance.

Pride Team encourages student responsibility

Emily Nash February 18, 2013
Personal Responsibility In Daily Efforts is the main goal of the PRIDE Team; to encourage students to work hard in school so they are eligible to attend field trips by meeting certain criteria.
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