• Annual Humanitarian Club Fashion Show raises money for local charity
  • Artist perseveres despite societal scrutiny over career path
  • Consol boys’ soccer defeats Ennis 1-0 in nailbiter playoff game
  • Cheerleaders consider complexities of sport, bountiful school spirit
  • Societal deficit in empathy sparks reflection on personal behavior, necessity of compassion
  • Q&A: Freshman Trey Gage reflects on playing varsity soccer at young age
  • ‘Up for Adoption’ is quality wholesome comedy

Consol boys’ soccer defeats Ennis 1-0 in nailbiter playoff game

Consol advances; Ennis goes home.

Cheerleaders consider complexities of sport, bountiful school spirit

There is no halftime for cheerleaders.

Societal deficit in empathy sparks reflection on personal behavior, necessity of compassion

“It’s so easy to laugh, it’s so easy to hate; it takes strength to be gentle and kind.”

Q&A: Freshman Trey Gage reflects on playing varsity soccer at young age

A good start means everything.

 

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Ten things to know for the week: March 27

Ten things to know for the week: March 27

Victoria Jones/PA via AP   The Roar keeps you updated with local news, recent events and interesting stories ― everything you need to know for this week. 1. On Monday, the Senate Judiciary Committee began considering Judge Neil Gorsuch’s...

 

Annual Humanitarian Club Fashion Show raises money for local charity

Annual Humanitarian Club Fashion Show raises money for local charity

by Vi Burgess & Haley Mitchell, editor-in-chief & managing editor In order to benefit the local philanthropic organization Beau Means Business, Consol’s Humanitarian Club held their yearly fashion show on Saturday, March...

 

Artist perseveres despite societal scrutiny over career path

Artist perseveres despite societal scrutiny over career path

by Haley Mitchell, managing editor I never thought of myself as the kind of “alternative” person who seriously considers art school. Art school. Going to college to learn about… art. Which should prepare me for a career in…...

 

Consol boys’ soccer defeats Ennis 1-0 in nailbiter playoff game

Consol boys’ soccer defeats Ennis 1-0 in nailbiter playoff game

by Yanichka Ariunbold & Katerina Kountakis, section editors On March 24, 2017, varsity boys’ soccer—fresh from their district victory last week—took on Ennis High School for the first round of playoffs. The game, located at Waco...

 

Cheerleaders consider complexities of sport, bountiful school spirit

Cheerleaders consider complexities of sport, bountiful school spirit

by Olivia Conway, staff reporter During the school year, sophomore Megan Schlather, freshman Mia Maness and the other Tiger cheerleaders live and breathe cheerleading. “During the fall it’s a lot, it’s a huge time commitment because we...

 

Ten things to know for the week: March 20

The Roar keeps you updated with local news, recent events and interesting stories ― everything you need to know for this week. 1. Chuck Berry, legendary guitarist that helped define rock ‘n’ roll, died at age 90.  2....

 

Societal deficit in empathy sparks reflection on personal behavior, necessity of compassion

Societal deficit in empathy sparks reflection on personal behavior, necessity of compassion

by June Jeong, opinions editor When a classmate blurts out socially awkward, strange comments in the middle of my class, I start laughing. And I’m not the only one; this particular student is the constant subject of the entire class’s...

 

Lads triumph over Temple Wildcats 4-0 in final home game, clutch third consecutive district title

Lads triumph over Temple Wildcats 4-0 in final home game, clutch third consecutive district title

by Maya Girimaji and Josh Weimer, section editor and online editor The Lads started the night strong with a goal from Kylan Lewis early into the first half. Junior Felix Avellaneda also scored in the first half, bringing the Lad’s lead...

 

Q&A: Freshman Trey Gage reflects on playing varsity soccer at young age

Q&A: Freshman Trey Gage reflects on playing varsity soccer at young age

Freshman Trey Gage by Emily Caldwell, staff reporter The Roar interviewed Freshman Trey Gage about his experience playing on the varsity Tiger soccer team. What was your reaction when you heard you had made Varsity? I was shocked, I guess. But...

 

‘Up for Adoption’ is quality wholesome comedy

‘Up for Adoption’ is quality wholesome comedy

 by Jennifer Zhan, senior editor It seems like everything Quinta Brunson touches is comedy gold. The Buzzfeed star, writer, and producer’s latest project is no exception. ‘Up for Adoption,’ is her mockumentary TV series...