The Growl

Off-season prepares athletes for in-season

Briana Ramsey, staff reporter

June 1, 2018

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As many sports’ seasons coming to an end, off-season is the topic between many athletes. Sports are working towards strengthening and conditioning in their post/pre-season, moving in and out of the weight room and the tr...

How athletics prepares for in-season

May 23, 2018

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As many sports’ seasons coming to an end, off-season is the topic between many athletes. Sports are working towards strengthening and conditioning in their post/pre-season, moving in and out of the weight room and the tr...

Koreas settle differences

Layla Smith, Staff Reporter

May 15, 2018

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As of April 18, North and South Korea have come together in order to discuss a treaty to formally end the Korean War. For over 60 years the U.S. and South Korea have tried to peacefully ask North Korea to disarm their nuclear w...

Band overcomes nerves and gets ones

Hannah Stedman, Editor

May 15, 2018

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Symphonic and Wind band got all ones in their UIL performance April 18 at Leander High School. This is the second time the Band has received all ones at UIL. The bad has been practicing their high level songs since the begi...

Spaghetti Dinner exceded Ambassador’s goal

Briana Ramsey, Staff Reporter

May 15, 2018

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The Ambassadors hosted a spaghetti dinner on Thursday April 19 in the Union. They put on a showing of Ratatouille, served salad and spaghetti and set up banquets style tables. The organization was making efforts to raise money for The Lymph...

Months of work pays off at Spring Show

Drake Kidd, Calendar Czar

May 7, 2018

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On the evening of April 20 and 21, the dance team, dance classes, and multiple dance companies- including some middle school dance teams; all performed in a two hour long dance show. The show consisted of many theatrical, conte...

Chior gets ones, twos in UIL

Heavenlee Walker, Editor

April 20, 2018

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The choir program competed in UIL on April 4 and placed with a two in concert and a one in sight reading. The choir program gets three pieces of music to learn at least a month in advance and perform on stage. They also m...

AP exams approaching

Heavenlee Walker, Editor

April 4, 2018

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Students enrolled in AP history courses will take their AP exams in the lecture hall. The AP Human Geography exam is on May 18, the AP World History exam is on May 17 and the AP United States History exam is on May 11. AP exams ...

Students anxious for SAT, ACT scores

Briana Ramsey, Staff Reporter

March 28, 2018

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Juniors had their first set of in school college readiness testing on Feb. 24 and March 7. Juniors checked in at approximately seven in the morning and proceeded to the lecture hall or the gym to begin testing. This distrib...

Two Koreas unite for Winter Olympics

Lizzy Nguyen, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2018

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The 2018 Winter Olympics are taking place in Pyeongchang, South Korea this year, featuring various countries and sports. The event is February 8 to February 25. Pyeongchang also created official mascots for this years events....

Demolishing of Graffiti Park scheduled

Grant Morgan, Staff Reporter

March 4, 2018

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Recently it was announced that Austin’s famous Graffiti Park at Castle Hills, also known as the HOPE Outdoor Gallery, will be demolished in June. The park will be relocated to southeast Austin. The park was unanimously ap...

Administration denies BSU club

Briana Ramsey, Staff Reporter

February 23, 2018

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A group of African American students were denied the passage of creating a Black Student Union club. Administration denied the passage of the club on the grounds of the club not being all-inclusive yet have passed Asian soci...

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