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AVP Film Passes UIL Round One
Amelia Coleman, Staff Writer • May 5, 2022

“Think of the greatest movie you’ve ever seen and that’s the plot,” senior Mateo Selvera said of “everyone shall sit on a little donkey.” "everyone shall sit on a little donkey" was written, produced, filmed,...

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Indie's Where It's At in Austin
LiLi Xiong and Katie Busby May 5, 2022

For one week, SXSW takes over Austin’s music scene with an endless number of live concerts showcasing bands from around the world. Of course, there are many genres of music featured, but one genre they have a lot of is...

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EDU Innovation Rocks SXSW
Sarah Garrett and Ella Lilly May 5, 2022

While the second week of SXSW is packed with live music, film, new technology, and business adventures, the first week of SXSW has its own lineup. Focused on the youth and how they’ll change the world, SXSW Education (SXSW...

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The Meow Wolf Experience
Delia Rune, Finance Director • May 5, 2022

A display of fantastical “islands” with windows that allowed visitors to peer inside and see the magic-themed scenes displayed within. That was the exhibit that the organization Meow Wolf showcased at this year’s SXSW.  Meow...

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Baking Brings Bounteous Boons
Adithi Ganesan, Club Contributor

Recently, there have been numerous baking trends covering simple, quick, and delicious recipes dominating social media. Baking shows like “Master Chef” and “The Great British Bake Off” on streaming platforms mesmerize...

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Mitigating the Mental Health Crisis
Delia Rune, Staff Writer

The rise of the COVID-19 pandemic contributed to an increased focus on mental health. According to the Centers for Disease Control, 31% of the American population now reports depression or anxiety—double what was typical...

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Austin's Alluring Area
Sydney Jones, Staff Writer

In the past decade, Austin’s population has increased by 34%, according to the Austin Business Journal. This makes Austin one of the fastest growing major metropolitan areas in the U.S., with people flooding in from all...

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Austin's Amerindian Ancestors
Sarah Garrett, Staff Writer

Native Americans have occupied North America for approximately 20,000 years. The Nermernuh tribe, otherwise known as the Comanche, controlled the vast majority of Texas from the late 1680s until Texas won its independence...

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Service Hours Yield Storied Honor
Sydney Jones, Staff Writer

LASA provides many chances for students to help their communities and the world, but one organization in particular teaches members many skills for the outside world, while also giving members service opportunities to help...

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