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  • Ten groups to see at South by Southwest

    Ten groups to see at South by Southwest

    by Claire Kyllonen, Assistant Editor

    1.) Bluegrass – The Lowest Pair : features the duel banjo picking of Kendl Winter and Palmer T. Lee. Draped in Kendl’s high lonesome harmonies and Palmer’s Midwest croon, their debut release, 36¢ (Team Love Records), was hailed by many outlets and American Songwriter praised their "earnest, earthy songcraft.” On Feb 24, 2015, Team Love released their sophomore album, The... READ MORE »»

  • Daredevil jumps back into action

    Daredevil jumps back into action

    by Matthew Grissom, Staff Writer

    Marvel studios, along with Netflix, is now in the works of a Daredevil series. Daredevil is a Marvel superhero created in 1964 by Stan Lee and Bill Everett. His real name is Matt Murdock and he is a lawyer. When he was very young, Matt lost his ability to see because of an accident caused by his father. What he didn’t know, though, is that it increased the rest of his senses making him see without... READ MORE »»

  • Defining Moments

    Defining Moments

    by Siandhara Bonnet, Editor-in-Chief

    A large, bustling room filled with constant noise, overwhelming smells, and people. A soon-to-be bride getting her makeup done, women trying on dresses, and men waiting for their significant others to get done while they watch the children. It's just another day at the department store. But it's like another world. Everything is moving, there is no possible way for silence because someone is always... READ MORE »»

    Butterflies are sometimes used as a symbol for freedom and life in literature.

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News

Leonard Nimoy, actor for Spock on ‘Star Trek’, dies at 83

by Jack Densmore, Staff Writer

The famed actor Leonard Nimoy, known for his role of Spock on the show and film series Star Trek died on February 27. The actor played a great role in the Star Trek universe. Many fans grieved of his passing on social media with the #LLAP....  Read More »

February 27, 2015

Prom will be at UT club.

Prom, UIL scheduled on same day

One of the highlights for many high school students is prom. For many UIL competitors, their worst nightmare...  Read More »

Construction on Road

Update on the progress of Bagdad’s sidewalks

Bagdad Road has been under construction since 2011, with the expansion of the street and new shopping...  Read More »

The first Texas science and technology museum will open on March 20.

New science museum to open in Cedar Park

The Texas Museum of Science and Technology (TXMOST), first of its kind in Central Texas, is set to...  Read More »

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Inside the Lion’s Den

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Sports

Sophomore wrestler goes into triple overtime match

Photo Credit Katie Stone

Sophomore wrestler goes into triple overtime match

by Caroline Cravens , Assistant Editor

During the State Wrestling Tournament sophomore Zeke Garcia advanced past the Consolation Quarterfinals and ended losing a match 3-2 in triple overtime one spot away from the platform. Garcia was the...  Read More »

March 2, 2015 • 0 comments

Senior Breanna Lumsden striking the ball against Rouse.

Softball faces tough defeat

The Lady Lions faced a tough defeat against Rouse in their past game that ended after the 5th inning...  Read More »

Senior Jose Cervantes dribbles the ball past his Vandegrift opponent.

Boys’ varsity narrowly defeats Vandy

In a heated match with many close calls, boys' varsity soccer came out with a victory against the Vandegrift...  Read More »

Junior Hailey MacKay striking the ball to get a single.

Softball kicks off with win against Lady Bulldogs

The Lady Lions softball season has now kicked off with the girls facing off against Bowie. The varsity...  Read More »

Sophomore Dominique Sewell shooting towards the basket.

Lions trump tigers in season final

The JV Lions basketball team won their final game of the season against Dripping Springs 42-32. “I...  Read More »

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Editorials

One of the few civic duties students can uphold

One of the few civic duties students can uphold

by Caroline Cravens, Assistant Editor

Unless a student has an allergic reaction to a vaccine or their religious beliefs go against vaccinations, they are required to have their immunization records up to date to attend school. Vaccines are harmless to most people, and there shouldn't be any reason not to get vaccinated. There are a lot...  Read More »

February 26, 2015 • 0 comments

Oklahoma bans APUSH: A step too far?

Oklahoma bans APUSH: A step too far?

by Jack Densmore, Staff Writer

Education in America faces yet another problem in the state of Oklahoma. The Oklahoma House Committee passed a bill that would ban the Advanced Placement (AP) U.S. History courses. Their reason was that the course was unconstitutional as it's "not patriotic enough." The bill would remove all AP U.S....  Read More »

February 20, 2015 • 0 comments

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Columns

Important people in history

Important people in history

by Siandhara Bonnet, Editor-in-Chief

As February draws to a close, it's time to reflect on some of the most important African American figures in American history in honor of Black History Month. Phillis Wheatley, 1753-1784 One...  Read More »

February 28, 2015 • 0 comments

Top 10 apps for students

Top 10 apps for students

by Caroline Cravens , Assistant Editor

iPhone apps are almost infinite, but here's ten that are great for students. Snapchat - Definitely one of my favorites. I love the latest update that lets you view a variety of news sources like CNN, ESPN and People. Snapchat is slowly becoming more just an app for making funny faces with...  Read More »

February 21, 2015 • 0 comments

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