The Roar

One problem with an excessive workload is that students can lose sleep. This can affect their academic performance.

Homework > sleep

November 27, 2017

A’s to Be a Longhorn

by Rebekah Hui, Staff Writer

September 26, 2017

Recently, The University of Texas at Austin announced that their policy for automatic admission is changing from 7% to 6% for the Class of 2019. As a world renowned public research university in the second fastest growing state...

Rallying as Roadrunners

by Bri Branscomb, Assistant Editor

May 28, 2017

The University of Texas at San Antonio, or more commonly referred to as UTSA, will have several students from the school joining the class of 2021. The now-Lions will be expectant Roadrunners as they look to start their future...

IB has many requirements including that a student must take 6 total IB tests in their junior and senior year combined. It is recommended to do 3 higher level tests and 3 standard level.

Why I’m Doing IB

February 27, 2017

The EE is a 4,000 word essay written by IB seniors. However, it is written online and not on paper.

The final countdown

January 13, 2017

Staff Sergeant Munger talks to a student during lunch.  Munger is a recruiter for the National Guard and has also been in combat in Afghanistan.

Recruiting and serving

October 12, 2016

Senior Madeline Phillips knows the importance of a college visit. Taking one helped her decide that A&M was one of her top choices.

A new tradition

October 3, 2016

The college and career board outside of Melissa Woods office. Students can find the dates of the application help sessions on the calendar and sign up for them through the pride portal.

Applying for college

September 16, 2016

Open carry law causes concern for seniors

by Kyle Gehman, Editor-In-Chief

September 2, 2016

Students across Texas colleges and universities have already started their first classes. They’ve packed their computer, textbooks, pens and also their handguns. Beginning on August 1st at four year colleges and universities,...

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