• How To Get Away With Murder: return of third season entices, kills
  • Lads defeat CSHS yet again, 3-0
  • Recollection of a dark time in life prompts reconsideration of the importance of friendship
  • Bengal Belles give free showcase in preparation for upcoming competition
  • Q&A: Student body president Nour Hilal discusses preparations for Sadie Hawkins dance on Feb. 18
  • ‘Z: The Beginning of Everything’ begins with a bang
  • 10th annual “50 Men Who Can Cook” served up a big party

How To Get Away With Murder: return of third season entices, kills

The hit tv-series How To Get Away With Murder is back and better than ever.

Lads defeat CSHS yet again, 3-0

Two for two.

Recollection of a dark time in life prompts reconsideration of the importance of friendship

When you can’t see a way out, look to your surroundings: your friends.

‘Z: The Beginning of Everything’ begins with a bang

Well-behaved women seldom make history.

10th annual “50 Men Who Can Cook” served up a big party

50 men cooked up a storm of food.

 

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How To Get Away With Murder: return of third season entices, kills

How To Get Away With Murder: return of third season entices, kills

from abc by June Jeong, opinions editor *major spoiler alert*: This is an overview review of the mid-season return of the third season of HTGAWM The highly regarded, award-winning show How To Get Away With Murder came back on...

 

Lads defeat CSHS yet again, 3-0

Lads defeat CSHS yet again, 3-0

 by Yanichka Ariunbold and Katerina Kountakis, section editors On February 21, 2017, the Lads beat CSHS boys’ soccer for the second time this season. The Lads had a strong first half, with senior Josh Eidson scoring four...

 

Ten things to know for the week: February 20

Ten things to know for the week: February 20

 via the New York Times by Drew Howerton, section editor 1. Military strategist Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster was appointed as President Trump’s new national security adviser on Monday. General McMaster’s appointment follows the resignation...

 

Recollection of a dark time in life prompts reconsideration of the importance of friendship

Recollection of a dark time in life prompts reconsideration of the importance of friendship

by Emily Caldwell, staff reporter Human beings seem to do better together than they do alone. We are not a solitary species. We form groups, circles, even governments, because we seem to insist on not being alone. Of course, there are outliers....

 

Bengal Belles give free showcase in preparation for upcoming competition

Bengal Belles give free showcase in preparation for upcoming competition

by Haley Mitchell, managing editor On Wednesday, February 15, friends and family of the Bengal Belles gathered in Gymnasium A to watch a free showcase of all the Belle’s competition dances. Multiple Belles preformed solos and several group...

 

Q&A: Student body president Nour Hilal discusses preparations for Sadie Hawkins dance on Feb. 18

Q&A: Student body president Nour Hilal discusses preparations for Sadie Hawkins dance on Feb. 18

Student Council president Nour Hilal by Rachel Lamb, executive editor The Roar interviewed senior Nour Hilal, student council president, about the upcoming Sadie Hawkins dance which will be on February 18. When is Sadie? What activities...

 

Ten things to know for the week: February 13th

Ten things to know for the week: February 13th

LA Times The Roar keeps you updated with local news, recent events and interesting stories ― everything you need to know for this week. 1. Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, has called for a campaign against fake news. Cook called for other Tech...

 

‘Z: The Beginning of Everything’ begins with a bang

‘Z: The Beginning of Everything’ begins with a bang

from imdb.com by Haley Mitchell, managing editor “I love her, and that’s the beginning and end of everything.” The it couple of the twenties has just become the stars of their own Amazon Prime period drama—Z: The Beginning...

 

10th annual “50 Men Who Can Cook” served up a big party

10th annual “50 Men Who Can Cook” served up a big party

by June Jeong and Katerina Kountakis, opinions editor & section editor  The annual 50 Men Who Can Cook event is a fundraiser for the CSISD Education Foundation. It involves school leaders and local residents who are selected to make...

 

Ten things to know for the week: February 6

Ten things to know for the week: February 6

The Roar keeps you updated with local news, recent events and interesting stories ― everything you need to know for this week. On February 7, three federal judges will listen to oral arguments that challenge President Donald Trump’s...