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Seniors meet at dawn to commemorate final year with sunrise tradition

Seniors meet at dawn to commemorate final year with sunrise tradition

by Maya Girimaji & Jennifer Zhan, managing editor & editor-in-chief At 6:30 a.m. on Friday morning, a couple dozen Consol seniors headed to the soccer practice fields to watch the sunrise together. Senior Sunrise, as the event is called,...

 

Ten things you need to know for the week: August 28

Ten things you need to know for the week: August 28

Mark Mulligan / Houston Chronicle via 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, President Trump appeared on live television to outline his...

 

August Book Roundup: What you should be reading this month

August Book Roundup: What you should be reading this month

  The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri by Maya Girimaji, managing editor Jhumpa Lahiri’s book The Namesake is quite possibly the best written example of the life of an Indian immigrant family in the United States. The book follows...

 

A Moveable Feast: Cinnamon chocolate chip cookies are simple chewy goodness

A Moveable Feast: Cinnamon chocolate chip cookies are simple chewy goodness

by Maya Girimaji & Jennifer Zhan, managing editor & editor-in-chief Maya can cook. Jennifer cannot. For three months, the two of us have been trying to find recipes that people of any skill level can make, whether that’s...

 

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,...

 

Ten things to know for the week: August 14

Ten things to know for the week: August 14

Jim Bourg / Reuters The Roar keeps you updated with local news, recent events and interesting stories ― everything you need to know for this week. 1. On August 13, over one hundred solidarity events were held in response to the hate-fueled...

 

Secrecy in public damages relationships

Secrecy in public damages relationships

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‘Duolingo’ app provides easy, interactive way to learn many languages

‘Duolingo’ app provides easy, interactive way to learn many languages

source: Duolingo Facebook by Maya Girimaji, managing editor Learning a new language is hard. Learning a new language on your own is even harder. The constant homework, projects, grades and interactions that you’d find in a school setting...

 

Ten things to know for the week: August 7

Ten things to know for the week: August 7

MC2 Sarah Villegas/U.S. Navy via AP 1. President Trump reveals a new merit-based immigration reform act also know as the RAISE act. The act focuses on the way green cards will be issued by favoring those who speak English, those who are able...

 

Unseen sacrifices lead to appreciated support

Unseen sacrifices lead to appreciated support

  by Sam deFigueiredo, opinions editor I see my dad every night for family dinner. Even if we end up ordering a pizza or eating leftovers, he never misses a meal. We talk about our day and that new YouTube video we saw and occasionally...