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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...

 

Ten things to know for the week: July 24

Ten things to know for the week: July 24

source: CNN Nine immigrants were found dead in a tractor-trailer abandoned in a San Antonio Walmart parking lot. Two were from Guatemala and the others were from Mexico. The 29 year old driver has been arrested for the “botched human...

 

Entering adulthood causes acceptance of change

Entering adulthood causes acceptance of change

by Drew Howerton, senior executive editor Looking around my bedroom, I think about the numerous posters plastered on the walls, and the even more numerous pushpin holes caused by these posters.  I look at the magnet boards that my aunt...

 

Student and faculty musicians perform at Consolapalooza

Student and faculty musicians perform at Consolapalooza

by Drew Howerton, section editor Consolapalooza, Consol’s annual student music festival, was held on April  29 starting with a performance by teacher band Astrochimp, comprised of economics teacher Jason Pratt, audio video teacher...

 

Tiger baseball overtaken by Cougars 7-0

Tiger baseball overtaken by Cougars 7-0

by June Jeong, Katerina Kountakis & Emily Caldwell, opinions editor, section editor & staff reporter  On Thursday, April 13th, Consol’s Baseball team took on the CSHS Cougars at home. Though the Tigers performed well initially,...

 

Annual Humanitarian Club Fashion Show raises money for local charity

Annual Humanitarian Club Fashion Show raises money for local charity

by Vi Burgess & Haley Mitchell, editor-in-chief & managing editor In order to benefit the local philanthropic organization Beau Means Business, Consol’s Humanitarian Club held their yearly fashion show on Saturday, March...

 

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...

 

Societal deficit in empathy sparks reflection on personal behavior, necessity of compassion

Societal deficit in empathy sparks reflection on personal behavior, necessity of compassion

by June Jeong, opinions editor When a classmate blurts out socially awkward, strange comments in the middle of my class, I start laughing. And I’m not the only one; this particular student is the constant subject of the entire class’s...

 

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...