• Gallery: Boys’ Cross Country at TAMU Invitational
  • “Kubo and the Two Strings” brings old-fashioned animation to modern film
  • Q&A: Sophomore Jaden Schmidt on his experience as male cheerleader
  • Tiger Tennis soundly defeats Bryan with 19-0 shutout
  • Learning to love football prompts acceptance of Texan identity
  • ‘Signs of Light’ proves to be an experimental masterpiece
  • iOS 10: The update the iPhone deserves

Gallery: Boys’ Cross Country at TAMU Invitational

They’re off to the races.

Q&A: Sophomore Jaden Schmidt on his experience as male cheerleader

From the first down line to the sidelines.

Tiger Tennis soundly defeats Bryan with 19-0 shutout

No mercy, just love.

‘Signs of Light’ proves to be an experimental masterpiece

The Head And The Heart’s new album is either a flop or a masterpiece.

iOS 10: The update the iPhone deserves

I can now perform more tasks with less action and I can express myself more eloquently all through a device that looks as beautiful as it feels to use it.

 

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Q&A: Emily Hay, Graham Waller, and Regan Kuttler discuss new leadership as drum majors

Q&A: Emily Hay, Graham Waller, and Regan Kuttler discuss new leadership as drum majors

by Rachel Swartz and Sueji Han, staff reporters The Roar interviewed seniors Emily Hay, Graham Waller, and Regan Kuttler. These three have taken the role of drum majors this year, and are sharing their new experience in leading the band. What...

 

Tigers trounce Austin High and claim first win of season

Tigers trounce Austin High and claim first win of season

by Sueji Han & Jennifer Zhan, staff reporter & senior editor The Tigers claimed their first win of the season against the Austin High Maroons on Friday, September 9, Consol’s second home game. The Tigers took an early lead, but the...

 

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“Kubo and the Two Strings” brings old-fashioned animation to modern film

“Kubo and the Two Strings” brings old-fashioned animation to modern film

by Maya Rios, staff reporter Growing up, I was only allowed to watch three things: Disney movies, Barbie Movies, and every other kid movie you could think of. Even now, as a high school sophomore, I still yearn to see every kids’ movie...

 

‘Signs of Light’ proves to be an experimental masterpiece

‘Signs of Light’ proves to be an experimental masterpiece

warnerbrosrecords.com by Emily Caldwell, staff reporter I consider myself a fairly impressionable person, which can be both a good thing and a bad thing. But unfortunately, I think I notice the drawbacks of my “condition,” as I have been...

 
 

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Gallery: Boys’ Cross Country at TAMU Invitational

Gallery: Boys’ Cross Country at TAMU Invitational

by Vi Burgess, editor-in-chief On Saturday, September 24, the boys’ cross country team raced at the Texas A&M Invitational. The varsity team, captained by senior Matthew Arthur, placed 16th out of 31 overall and 2nd in 5A,; junior...

 

“Kubo and the Two Strings” brings old-fashioned animation to modern film

“Kubo and the Two Strings” brings old-fashioned animation to modern film

by Maya Rios, staff reporter Growing up, I was only allowed to watch three things: Disney movies, Barbie Movies, and every other kid movie you could think of. Even now, as a high school sophomore, I still yearn to see every kids’ movie...

 

Q&A: Sophomore Jaden Schmidt on his experience as male cheerleader

Q&A: Sophomore Jaden Schmidt on his experience as male cheerleader

by Katerina Kountakis, section editor Do you know if you’re the first male cheerleaders at Consol? I know Bailey Brock’s dad was a cheerleader when he went here. Other than that, I think I am the first one in a long time. Why did...

 

Election Week in Review: September 19

Election Week in Review: September 19

from Getty Images As we finally approach the general election in November, The Roar will keep you up to date on major events in the Presidential Election that happened over the last week. Each week, Rachel and Rachel will each report on Hillary...

 

Tiger Tennis soundly defeats Bryan with 19-0 shutout

Tiger Tennis soundly defeats Bryan with 19-0 shutout

by Yanichka Ariunbold & June Jeong, section editor and opinions editor In a complete shutout match that took place over Wednesday and Thursday, Consol’s tennis team defeated Bryan High School in every game in every category: Boys’...

 

In Brief: CSISD Board of Trustees September Meeting

by Vi Burgess, editor-in-chief On Thursday, September 20, the CSISD Board of Trustees convened for their monthly public meeting, led by the president, Dr. Valerie Jochen, as well as the superintendent, Dr. Clark Ealy. After the pledge, conducted...

 

Ten things to know for the week: September 19

Ten things to know for the week: September 19

CNN The Roar keeps you updated with local news, recent events and interesting stories ― everything you need to know for this week. 1. On Saturday, there was a bombing in New York City’s Chelsea neighborhood that injured 29 people. Officials...

 

Learning to love football prompts acceptance of Texan identity

Learning to love football prompts acceptance of Texan identity

by Vi Burgess, editor-in-chief “Y’all? Did you just say y’all?” my mother asked, incredulously. “You’ve got to be kidding me.” “Are you Texan or something?” my (British) dad chimed in, conveniently forgetting that the reason...

 

‘Signs of Light’ proves to be an experimental masterpiece

‘Signs of Light’ proves to be an experimental masterpiece

warnerbrosrecords.com by Emily Caldwell, staff reporter I consider myself a fairly impressionable person, which can be both a good thing and a bad thing. But unfortunately, I think I notice the drawbacks of my “condition,” as I have been...

 

2016 Election Week in Review: September 15

2016 Election Week in Review: September 15

from abcnews As we finally approach the general election in November, The Roar will keep you up to date on major events in the Presidential Election that happened over the last week. Each week, Rachel and Rachel will each report on Hillary Clinton...