• Setting unrealistic goals does more harm than good
  • An Open Letter to My Older Sister
  • Trek Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself: Portland
  • Setting the Tone: The struggle is real… and relatable
  • Confronting bias provokes personal guilt, reevaluation of media
  • Q&A: Sean Kluver discusses recent trips to China, Germany, and France
  • August Book Roundup: What you should be reading this month

Setting unrealistic goals does more harm than good

Since third grade I’ve been on a quest to define myself.

An Open Letter to My Older Sister

There is no better friend than a sister.

Trek Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself: Portland

Austin for hipsters.

Setting the Tone: The struggle is real… and relatable

Working out is tough in general. But working out over the summer is so much harder.

Confronting bias provokes personal guilt, reevaluation of media

Liberal bias isn’t exactly a myth.

Q&A: Sean Kluver discusses recent trips to China, Germany, and France

Senior Sean Kluver traveled halfway around the world visiting beautiful sights and meeting amazing people.

August Book Roundup: What you should be reading this month

Ditch your summer reading for a day and pick up these instead.

 

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Photo of the day: Little Belle Camp

Photo of the day: Little Belle Camp

  A belle leads the children in a circle activity during the four-day intensive Little Belle Camp. by Katerina Kountakis, section editor From Monday, August 1 to Thursday, August 4, the Bengal Belles led a camp for elementary and middle...

 

Gallery: Band and Choir raise money for spring trip through 5K run

Gallery: Band and Choir raise money for spring trip through 5K run

by Darcey Rydl, news editor The Tiger Trek 5K run, organized by Consol’s Band and Choir programs, was held at Wolf Pen Creek Saturday morning, May 21. All money earned from the run will go to the Band and Choir trip to New York City...

 

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August Book Roundup: What you should be reading this month

August Book Roundup: What you should be reading this month

I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou by June Jeong, opinions editor I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings tells the true story of Maya Angelou who lived with her brother and strong grandmother in a Southern Town. Maya and her brother...

 

‘Stranger Things’ is the ultimate love letter to the 80s

‘Stranger Things’ is the ultimate love letter to the 80s

                                                                                         from fansided.com by Drew Howerton, section editor At first glance, Netflix’s newest show, Stranger...

 
 

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Ten things to know for the week: August 22

Ten things to know for the week: August 22

LA Times The Roar keeps you updated with local news, recent events and interesting stories ― everything you need to know for this week 1. The 2016 Summer Olympics have concluded after the closing ceremony on August 21st. The USA came in first...

 

Setting unrealistic goals does more harm than good

Setting unrealistic goals does more harm than good

by Rachel Lamb, executive editor “Do not compare myself to others, just myself.  The only person that can be me is ME.”-January 18, 2013 (me was actually written in all caps by my 8th grade self). Reading my middle school diary makes me...

 

An Open Letter to My Older Sister

An Open Letter to My Older Sister

by Maya Girimaji, section editor Dear Big sis, Well, it’s that time of the year. It’s time for school to start and instead of you coming back with me to Consol you’re going off to college. Just the other day I was walking through your...

 

Trek Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself: Portland

Trek Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself: Portland

by Josh Weimer, online editor My original intentions when visiting Portland were pretty clear: show up at the Rubik’s Cube National Competition, spend as much time as possible over the next three days geeking out over my favorite combination...

 

Setting the Tone: The struggle is real… and relatable

Setting the Tone: The struggle is real… and relatable

tomandsteve/iStock/Getty Images by Emily Caldwell, staff  reporter A week before school ended, my high school soccer coach pulled me and seven other girls on my team into his office. He started off by saying that he had selected us to be the...

 

Ten things to know for the week: August 15

Ten things to know for the week: August 15

The Roar keeps you updated with local news, recent events and interesting stories ― everything you need to know for this week. 1. Earlier this week in Pokemon Go, a new tracker was added to make the players to find clues on where to find...

 

Confronting bias provokes personal guilt, reevaluation of media

Confronting bias provokes personal guilt, reevaluation of media

by Vi Burgess, editor-in-chief I’m pretty terrified of a few things in life: heights, any insect that isn’t dead, public humiliation, failing my classes, letting my friends down, stuff like that. You know, the standard five things that...

 

Q&A: Sean Kluver discusses recent trips to China, Germany, and France

Q&A: Sean Kluver discusses recent trips to China, Germany, and France

by Rachel Lamb, executive editor The Roar interviewed senior Sean Kluver, who has traveled on a program to learn more about China, volunteered with refugees in Germany, and visited France this summer. What made you decide to go to China,...

 

August Book Roundup: What you should be reading this month

August Book Roundup: What you should be reading this month

I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou by June Jeong, opinions editor I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings tells the true story of Maya Angelou who lived with her brother and strong grandmother in a Southern Town. Maya and her brother...

 

Photo of the day: Little Belle Camp

Photo of the day: Little Belle Camp

  A belle leads the children in a circle activity during the four-day intensive Little Belle Camp. by Katerina Kountakis, section editor From Monday, August 1 to Thursday, August 4, the Bengal Belles led a camp for elementary and middle...