• Gallery: Tiger Theatre’s production of “A Christmas Carol”
  • Junior Hannah Chang solos Mozart’s Concerto No. 5
  • A Moveable Feast: Post-Thanksgiving peach cobbler attempt proves adequate for sugar relapse
  • Boys basketball defeats Magnolia 71-60 in first home game of season
  • Students discuss hunting as a tradition, source of food
  • Tiger Robotics hosts 10th biannual Game Wars tournament
  • Chronic illness leads to struggle for excellence, success

Gallery: Tiger Theatre’s production of “A Christmas Carol”

Tiger Theatre put on another successful production of “A Christmas Carol.”

Junior Hannah Chang solos Mozart’s Concerto No. 5

Pitch perfect.

A Moveable Feast: Post-Thanksgiving peach cobbler attempt proves adequate for sugar relapse

Thanksgiving is over…but that doesn’t mean you have to wait another year until it’s socially acceptable to binge-eat pies to the brink of exhaustion.

Students discuss hunting as a tradition, source of food

“As long as you eat what you kill, I would say that it’s no different than buying food from a grocery store.”

Tiger Robotics hosts 10th biannual Game Wars tournament

The event helped raise money for Tiger Robotics.

Chronic illness leads to struggle for excellence, success

I remember breaking down in front of my doctor, undoubtedly frustrated and confused with the way I’ve constantly been feeling: sick and tired.

 

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Gallery: Tiger Theatre’s production of “A Christmas Carol”

Gallery: Tiger Theatre’s production of “A Christmas Carol”

by Rachel Lamb & Rachel Swartz, executive editor & assistant editor Putting their own twist on the classic show, Tiger Theatre set “A Christmas Carol” in the Great Depression era.  Find out more information on this production...

 

Junior Hannah Chang solos Mozart’s Concerto No. 5

Junior Hannah Chang solos Mozart’s Concerto No. 5

by Katerina Kountakis, section editor Junior Hannah Chang will solo Mozart’s Concerto No. 5 with the Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra at the end of January. See part of her performance at Consol’s Varsity Orchestra concert last...

 

Ten things to know for the week: December 5

Ten things to know for the week: December 5

Ahn Young-Joon / 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, an Ohio State University student drove his car on a sidewalk into pedestrians,...

 

A Moveable Feast: Post-Thanksgiving peach cobbler attempt proves adequate for sugar relapse

A Moveable Feast: Post-Thanksgiving peach cobbler attempt proves adequate for sugar relapse

by Yanichka Ariunbold, section editor Thanksgiving is over…but that doesn’t mean you have to wait another year until it’s socially acceptable to binge-eat pies to the brink of exhaustion. There’s no shame in defying social...

 

Employment leads to changing priorities, forces habit of time management

Employment leads to changing priorities, forces habit of time management

by Drew Howerton, section editor I took a big step into adulthood recently when I got a job. For the past year or so, my parents have kind of been on me about getting one, because they had jobs when they were younger than me. They’re old...

 

Boys basketball defeats Magnolia 71-60 in first home game of season

Boys basketball defeats Magnolia 71-60 in first home game of season

by Haley Mitchell, managing editor In the first home game of the season, Tiger basketball took on Magnolia on Tuesday night and showed promise of a strong season. Senior Layton Dimery scored the first two shots of the game, a two and three-pointer,...

 

Ten things to know for the week: November 28

Ten things to know for the week: November 28

from CNN The Roar keeps you updated with local news, recent events and interesting stories ― everything you need to know for this week. 1. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch has become the hotspot of marine waste. Around eight million tons of...

 

Students discuss hunting as a tradition, source of food

Students discuss hunting as a tradition, source of food

by Jennifer Zhan, senior editor At 4:30 in the morning, sophomore Megan Shurtleff slips out of bed, bundles up in several layers, and heads out the door. She’s one of several Consol students who finds time to hunt during the year. “You get...

 

Tiger Robotics hosts 10th biannual Game Wars tournament

Tiger Robotics hosts 10th biannual Game Wars tournament

by Drew Howerton, section editor Friday, November 18th, students attended the annual Game Wars tournament put on by Tiger Robotics. The event is run entirely by members of the Computer Technician and Telecom and Networking classes, with students...

 

Chronic illness leads to struggle for excellence, success

Chronic illness leads to struggle for excellence, success

by Rachel Swartz, assistant editor “I hope you feel better!” is the common remark that is repeated whenever I tell somebody about my chronic illness. With the expression “chronic”, there’s a chance I may or may not ever feel better...