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Q&A: Sophomore Sydney Criscitiello reflects on vacation to Europe

Q&A: Sophomore Sydney Criscitiello reflects on vacation to Europe

by Kaleigh Waguespack, staff reporter The Roar interviewed sophomore Sydney Criscitiello about her summer vacation to Europe. Why did you and your family decide to travel to Europe, more specifically France and Italy? My sister, Sofia,...

 

Math camp provides enriched understanding, lasting friendships

Math camp provides enriched understanding, lasting friendships

  All photos provided by Li Olivia Conway, co-online editor With her summer barely underway, junior Selena Li traveled to San Marcos to attend the six week long Honors Summer Math Camp for the second year in a row. Li with friends from...

 

Serving a pilgrimage in different country develops a sense of community

Serving a pilgrimage in different country develops a sense of community

  by Sam deFigueiredo, opinions editor  At the beginning of July, junior Joelle Benjamin traveled to San Jose, Costa Rica, with the St. Thomas Episcopal youth group for a unique service trip. “I was excited to go to Costa Rica to...

 

Teaching job in foreign language immersion camp develops leadership, appreciation for Chinese culture

Teaching job in foreign language immersion camp develops leadership, appreciation for Chinese culture

all photos provided by Michelle Wu  by Jennifer Zhan, editor-in-chief It’s 7:30 a.m. As junior Michelle Wu hurries into the office to check in, she knows that several adults are counting on her to get to class on time. But not because...

 

Mother-daughter teaching duo reflect on experience working together

Mother-daughter teaching duo reflect on experience working together

  by Jennifer Zhan, senior editor Substitute Kendall Pye enjoys the moment of realization when she first introduces herself to classes. “I think it’s so cool when students recognize me as Mrs. Pye’s daughter,” Kendall Pye...

 

Q&A: Senior Kylee Shipp discusses Refuge Club, community, religious growth

Q&A: Senior Kylee Shipp discusses Refuge Club, community, religious growth

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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...

 

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...

 

Q&A: Junior Dakota Gray prepares for future through Ready, Set, Teach program

Q&A: Junior Dakota Gray prepares for future through Ready, Set, Teach program

Junior Dakota Gray by Maya Girimaji, section editor The Roar interviewed junior Dakota Gray on her experience on her internships at CSISD schools through the class Ready, Set, Teach. What is Ready, Set, Teach? It’s a program that we have at...

 

Senior wrestler Za’Maia Marshall reflects on state championship title

Senior wrestler Za’Maia Marshall reflects on state championship title

by Vi Burgess, editor-in-chief The Roar spoke with senior Za’Maia Marshall, who placed first in the 148-pound weight class state wrestling meet on Saturday. How long have you been wrestling for? I’ve been wrestling since my sophomore...