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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...

 

Ten things to know for the week: February 6

Ten things to know for the week: February 6

The Roar keeps you updated with local news, recent events and interesting stories ― everything you need to know for this week. On February 7, three federal judges will listen to oral arguments that challenge President Donald Trump’s...

 

The Lads dominated the Vikings 4-0

The Lads dominated the Vikings 4-0

by Katerina Kountakis & Sueji Han, section editor & staff reporter The Lads throughout the whole game kept a strong defense and offense. Senior Carlos Espina scoresd the first goal and Cisco Avila scored the second goal in the first...

 

Boys Basketball triumphs 63-54 over Temple

Boys Basketball triumphs 63-54 over Temple

by Rachel Lamb & Jennifer Zhan, executive editor & senior editor On Friday, January 20, the varsity boys basketball team faced off against the Temple Wildcats. The Wildcats took an early lead in the first quarter, with the Tigers not...

 

Baseball plays first annual costume game for cystic fibrosis charity

Baseball plays first annual costume game for cystic fibrosis charity

by Haley Mitchell, managing editor Halloween came late to the baseball diamond this year. On Wednesday, November 2, the Tiger baseball team hosted their first ever charity baseball game. Proceeds & donations from the game went to the Beau...

 

Trump v. Clinton: the pitfalls of polarized politics

Trump v. Clinton: the pitfalls of polarized politics

by Vi Burgess, Drew Howerton & Josh Weimer editor-in-chief, section editor & online editor According to a schoolwide poll of over 900 students conducted by the Roar, 89% were unsatisfied with the presidential candidates for this election...

 

Consol keeps Brazos Boot, wins football game in annual Crosstown Showdown

Consol keeps Brazos Boot, wins football game in annual Crosstown Showdown

by Vi Burgess, editor-in-chief On Friday, October 14, the Tigers again took on the Vikings at home, hoping to keep the Brazos Boot, the trophy of the Crosstown Showdown, at home. Though the Vikings took an early lead, scoring the first touchdown...

 

Gallery: Tigers prepare to face rival during pep rally

Gallery: Tigers prepare to face rival during pep rally

by Drew Howerton, section editor & Rachel Lamb, executive editor Consol crowded into the gym to support the football and volleyball teams before they play their big rival College Station High School. The crowd was animated as the cheerleaders,...

 

Ten things to know for the week: October 3

Ten things to know for the week: October 3

NBC News The Roar keeps you updated with local news, recent events and interesting stories ― everything you need to know for this week. 1. On Monday night last week, presidential candidates Hillary Clinton (D) and Donald Trump (R) had their...