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Watch this not that on Netflix

September: Netflix Watchlist

by Arie Shaver, Reporter
September 18, 2020
National poll worker shortages leads senior to volunteer at local polling station.

COVID-19 Causes Shortage of Poll Workers

by Jharna Kamath, Assistant Editor
September 3, 2020
Uncut Gems has Adam Sandler star as Howard Ratner, a 2012 New York City jeweler who’s juggling his business, family life, unrelenting debt collectors, and an insatiable hunger to win big.

Movie Review: Uncut Gems

by Alejandro Olsen, Reporter
September 3, 2020
Adapting to a new learning system can always be challenging, especially if it's not something you yourself chose. Since late March, COVID-19 has kept us all at home and on our computers making it difficult for us to manage our time and productivity. However, there are a few ways in which we can improve our learning experience at home. Without further ado, here are five ways to ensure success in a virtual learning environment. 

Digital Progress

by Arie Shaver, Reporter
September 3, 2020
On Aug. 13, the Austin City Council unanimously decided to cut the Austin Police department’s $434 million budget by one third.

GTFS: APD Budget Cuts

by McKenzie Henningsen, Editor in Chief
September 1, 2020

Girls soccer defeats the raiders

by McKenzie Henningsen, Staff Writer
February 10, 2020
In the Bible stadium, the student section helps hype up the varsity football team during the scrimmage on Aug. 23.

August in Review

by Chloe Quinn, Photojournalist
October 31, 2019
Halloween Watch List

Halloween Watch List

by Arie Shaver, Reporter
October 9, 2019
Trunk or Treat will be held Monday, Oct. 28 from 6-8 p.m. in the LHS front parking lot,

Local Fall festivities

by Ainsley Shaw, Reporter
October 9, 2019
Senior Brelyn Cary competes in the 100 yard breaststroke. The swim team placed first overall at the Glenn/Gateway meet.

Lions place first at last home meet

by Jharna Kamath, Reporter
October 9, 2019
On Sept. 20, both sophomores Sally Musial and Rojan Gurbuz, and juniors Arden Larson and Jacob Bruce attend the Climate Strike at the Texas State Capitol. Over a thousand people from around Austin attended this strike and voiced their opinion on the situation at hand. “We all about lost our voice screaming when the speakers came to make speeches about the issue,” Bruce said. “It was really inspiring knowing that there are others who aren’t afraid to stand up to authority in order to make a difference.”

The protest heard around the world

by McKenzie Henningsen, Co-Editor in Chief
October 1, 2019
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