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The Maelstrom of Ignorance Surrounding Gun Control Legislation
The Semantics of Semiotics
The Teenage Voice
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C Lunch
George Foundation Scholarships Presented to GR students
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Update on Net Neutrality Situation
The Secrets Behind Fortnite’s Success
The Next Step Towards 5G
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North and South Korea: A Final Peace
Shooting at YouTube Headquarters
School Walkouts Around the Country for Gun Control
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The Eastern Conference Finals
Bartolo Colon flirts with perfection
Introducing the Overwatch League
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Foreign Food in Houston
A Woman in Love can Burn Down the World: A Movie Review
Arctic Monkeys Take Us to the Moon
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Howdie Annika Weber!

By Maria Gleason, Staff Writer
February 26, 2018

The Wrangler: What made you want to go to China? Weber: What made me want to go to China was to see the culture and learning environment that Chinese students experience everyday. The Wrangler: What...

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Howdie Madelyn Lovelace!

By Gaurang Dhingra, Staff Writer
February 16, 2018

Madelyn Lovelace is a senior who is infatuated with many aspects of the craft of literature and has been since her early childhood. She believes it to be the most unique and insightful form of expression....

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Howdie Myriq Freeman!

By Diamond Butler, Staff Writer
February 1, 2018

The Wrangler: What would be your best way of describing or defining the sport of track? Freeman: I would describe it as the most fun, yet the worse sport.It's fun because the atmosphere and the teammates...

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Howdie Mirna Contreras!

By Daniela Hernandez, Staff Writer
January 31, 2018

The Wrangler: What/who got you into ROTC? Contreras: I always had an interest in any type of military program and learning about what the lifestyle was about. The Wrangler: How has it changed you...

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Howdie Sara Watson!

By Amanda Martin, Staff Writer
January 29, 2018

The Wrangler: How is high school different from junior high? Watson: You have way more freedom, and are expected to be more independent. The Wrangler: What were some of the challenges you experienced...

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Howdie Ainsley McGee!

By Abbey McGee, Staff Writer
January 27, 2018

The Wrangler: How has the transition from junior high to high school been? McGee: Exhausting. We do a lot more work in high school than we did in junior high, most definitely. I'm not saying we didn't...

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Speeding ticket? Upcoming teen driver in the house? Drive the Foundation offers an online parent-assisted driver education course and defensive driving program. GRHS and L.E.A.F. (Lamar Educational Awards Foundation) will receive $25 for every online teen driving course and $5 for the Texas ticket dismissal course. To sign up or receive more info, visit www.Leaf.DrivetheFoundation.com or call 800-227-7509.
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