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Winter DIYs

Winter DIYs

By Aamaya Khan, Staff Writer

November 13, 2017


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A hot drink is an easy way to warm you up during the cold season. An easy way to make a tasty drink is to throw in some Hershey Candy Cane kisses. Grab a few kisses and cut them up before adding them to your choice of hot chocolate. Stir the hot chocolate until the kisses are completely melted. Th...

Longhorn Players’ Godspell Rehearsals

Longhorn Players’ Godspell Rehearsals

By Reid Pitts, Staff Writer, Staff Photographer

November 6, 2017


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"Based on the Book of Matthew, this show takes a fun and reverent look at the last few days of Jesus’ life, as was accounted in this gospel of Matthew. In this show we return to the theatre of the small, simple gestures... A story we trust. A universal story of hope." - Mr. L Jay Edenmeyer

5 Creepy Halloween YouTube Videos

5 Creepy Halloween YouTube Videos

By Kensly Landry, Staff Writer

October 30, 2017


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Fall is upon us, and Halloween is fast approaching as the weather gets colder and large cob-webs begin to grace the entrance ways of houses. If you enjoy the fall season, here are some creepy interesting YouTube videos to get you into a spooky mood. 5 Horror Movies Inspired by True Terrifying ...

Godspell – Theater’s Upcoming Production

Godspell – Theater’s Upcoming Production

By L Jay Edenmeyer, Theater Director

October 25, 2017


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In this show, we return to the theatre of the small, simple gestures. The easy story that requires an investment of interest; a small portion of conviction and faith; and just a touch of heart to bring a story to light. A story we know. A story we trust. A universal story of hope. Based on the Book...

Inktober

Inktober

By Abbey McGee, Staff Writer

October 24, 2017


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During the month of October, the artist community practices a tradition known as "Inktober." Inktober is when artists attempt to draw using only pens or any type of inking tool, including markers.  Inktober was created in 2009 by Jake Parker, where he claims on his website, "as a challenge to improve my inking skills and develop positive drawing habits." ...

SZA comes to Houston

SZA comes to Houston

By Kensly Landry, Staff Writer

October 23, 2017


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SZA is a popular, new artist on tour for her latest album, Ctrl. At only 26 years old, SZA has already established her place in the music industry. One of the latest stops on her tour was Houston, Texas. She played at Warehouse Live in downtown Houston on October 3. Her opening acts included a few small...

Rainy Days Playlist: The Calm and the Storm

Rainy Days Playlist: The Calm and the Storm

By Alexis Grimaldo, Staff Writer

October 18, 2017


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  https://youtu.be/HfxfisShC3o High Highs- Bridge Youtube: High Highs https://youtu.be/goWa6EzkCh4 SYML- Where's My Love YouTube: NettwerkMusic https://youtu.be/uUaRPpnsfb4 James Vincent McMorrow- Wicked Game YouTube: SoundBulb https://youtu.be/cL4uhaQ58Rk Adam Levine-...

The Adventure Zone: a Podcast Review

The Adventure Zone: a Podcast Review

By Abbey McGee, Staff Writer

October 8, 2017


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The Adventure Zone is a Dungeons and Dragons podcast started at the end of 2014, and finished its first arc as of August 2017. It was started by the three McElroy brothers and their father, first published onto the brothers' podcast, My Brother My Brother and Me, but has since taken off in its own direction. The podcast follows Magnus (Travis McElroy), Ta...

Cool Places to go in Houston

Cool Places to go in Houston

By Maria Divina Canalita and Aamaya Khan

May 25, 2017


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It's almost summer time! Time to rejuvenate or relax. Here are some places to have fun with your family and friends during the long summer break! The Breakfast Klub. Address: 3711 Travis St, Houston, TX 77002 The Neon Gallery. Address: 1416 W Alabama St, Houston, TX 77006 Mic...

Houston’s Star Wars Art Festival

Houston’s Star Wars Art Festival

By Alexis Grimaldo, Staff Writer

May 23, 2017


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A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away... The 6th Annual Star Wars Art Festival occurred at The Space HTX on May 5-7 and was filled with brand new artists and cos-players that paid a great tribute to the successful franchise. Although the convention was smaller than its previous years, it still...

For Whom the Bell Tolls Review

For Whom the Bell Tolls Review

By Clayton Keeling, Copy Editor

May 12, 2017


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For Whom the Bell Tolls is a novel written by Ernest Hemingway after he went to Spain in 1937 to cover the civil war for the North American Newspaper Alliance. After the war, he returned and produced For Whom the Bell Tolls, one of the greatest pieces of literature to emerge from the time. At heart...

Review of Glasslip

Review of Glasslip

By Aamaya Khan, Staff Writer

May 12, 2017


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Glasslip is a 13 episode TV series about a girl and a boy who upon meeting realize they can see the future together. This series was released in 2014 and has received mixed reviews. It is a Japanese anime, but can be seen on many streaming services which are listed at the end of this article. Toko...

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