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Community service key to success

Christian Alvarado, Staff writer November 7, 2022

With all the different extracurricular activities offered in school, students have a multitude of options. A small but welcoming organization that focuses on serving the community is just what students...

Leaders of today

Katherine Keyser, Staff writer November 4, 2022

The Student Ambassador program started in the Spring of 2022 and has gained momentum this school year. Student ambassadors connect with others throughout the community while also focusing on improving...

Building a better community

Maci Brown, Staff writer October 24, 2022

A roof and four walls. A shelter in a storm. A place to make memories. Bryan ISD has taken on the task of building a house for a local family by partnering with Habitat for Humanity. Superintendent Ginger...

District earns its highest TEA score through student, teacher dedication, determination

Ace Roueche, Assistant editor October 12, 2022

Bryan ISD received a rating of 86 from the Texas Education Agency for the 2022 accountability ratings. This is the highest rating the district has received and was additionally awarded a 92 for college,...

Culinary team tastes victory in Aggieland competition

Arissa Mejia May 16, 2022

John C. Maxwell’s quote “Team work makes the dream work” was brought to life by the culinary team of juniors Scott Tolle, Cainen Palmer, Jaden Twitty, and Kailey Gates when they won first place at...

Junior advances to regional competition in FCCLA

Callie Bollinger March 29, 2022

Junior Tori Chambers placed 3rd at the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) competition and will advance to the region competition in April. The organization is made for students who...

Theatre department showcases talent in annual radio show

Ace Roueche January 21, 2022

For the last few years, the theatre department has performed a twist on a classic Christmas play by performing it as a radio show in the blue auditorium. This year’s theatre performance was “Yes,...

Lunch ‘n’ Learn

Callie Bollinger January 14, 2022

Learning and discovering has been a concept pursued throughout history, and the desire to know more about the universe has propelled humanity through time and space. Whether it be about the molecular...

Students recognized by College Board for academic success

Lillian Smith October 26, 2021

Each year the College Board recognizes Hispanic and African American students through two of their special programs which evaluate student eligibility based on scoring in the top 10% in the state on the...

District works to create schedule to meet the needs of all students, staff

Callie Bollinger October 19, 2021

After instating a type of block schedule for the 2020-2021 school year to help with safety guidelines during COVID, downtown administration made the decision to continue with a different sort of hybrid...

Devious lick: TikTok trend torments schools across country

Sophia Bradley October 18, 2021

Summer of 2021. About a month before school started, viral videos of teenagers stealing and vandalizing school property began taking over TikTok. New trends come and go with the majority being harmless...

Volleyball team gets back to business after last season’s COVID restrictions

Arissa Mejia September 30, 2021

Last year COVID was a challenge for most of the world. As far as sports and extracurricular activities go, they had to make many adjustments in order to keep everyone safe while still keeping the season...

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