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Life After High School: College Edition

Megan Gonzales, Class of 2022 March 2, 2022

This listicle is for any student to help prepare them for college. Preparing for college can be very stressful, but here are some things to help keep your mind at ease as you transition from high school...

Ariella Cruz and her thrifted outfit, courtesy of Rachel Setlik.

Thrifting Through Vintage Tribulations

Rachel Setlik, Class of 2023 February 25, 2022

Flared jeans and platform shoes aren’t the only crazes coming back in style. Companies are fumbling trying to fit the latest trends into big brown boxes. The minute that these items hit the shelves,...

Writing in the snow on February 14, 2021, courtesy of Lonnie Montellano.

A Not So Winter Wonderland

Ronin Vasquez, Class of 2024 February 15, 2022

Texas is thought to be one of the last places to experience any type of winter weather. However, Feb. 2021 proved that wrong when, on Feb. 10, an infamous cold front hit Texas. Two days later, a Winter...

Evelyn Berguson’s solo at Streetz photo courtesy of Shutter Storm Media

Junior Dances on Despite Setback from Hip Surgery

Eva Pate, Class of 2022 February 11, 2022

When a person is faced with hardship, the most common response is to surrender rather than fight. However, when junior Evelyn Berguson’s doctor told her that she would never be able to dance again, she...

“Sing 2” Film Review: Animated Sequel Uses Popular Songs and Choreography Again to Carry Film

“Sing 2” Film Review: Animated Sequel Uses Popular Songs and Choreography Again to Carry Film

Rachel Setlik, Class of 2023, Co-Editor in Chief February 7, 2022

“Sing 2,” directed by Garth Jennings, director of “Sing,” “Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy,” and more, is a unique representation of the arts industry through the animal kingdom.  Released...

WeTried “STEREOTYPE” Dance Cover Group Photo, Courtesy of Angelie Alingod

New Year, New Studio, New Possibilities

Senior Genevie Long has many goals for her future, including gaining more recognition for dance and becoming known nationwide. With the combination of having a supportive studio and instructor, her goals...

Graphic of non-believers v. believers poll conducted by Dreshad Henry.

Hedgehog to Groundhog: A Brief History of Groundhog Day

Dre’shad Henry, Class of 2022, Co-Podcast Producer February 1, 2022

Groundhog Day is held every year on Feb. 2 in Punxsutawney, Philadelphia, and this day will “determine” the weather for the next coming weeks. This ceremony is a tradition that has been occurring for...

Picture of Raeann with her book, True Gem, courtesy of Regina Gillberg.

True Gem

Ronin Vasquez, Class of 2024, Assistant Opinions Editor January 25, 2022

Racing to the computer lab every morning right before school, Freshman Raeann Gillberg types furiously, writing and editing constantly to complete the story she has worked on for years.  Every...

25 Milestones and Achievements in 25 Years of Comm Arts (February 24, 2021)

25 Milestones and Achievements in 25 Years of Comm Arts (February 24, 2021)

Flora Farr, Class of 2023, Co-Editor in Chief November 16, 2021

Communications Arts High School prides itself in being a hub of creativity and rigorous academics. With this year being the one that celebrates the big 2-5, it seemed like a good time to reminisce 25 of...

10 Things You Didnt Know About Our Principal (May 6, 2021)

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Our Principal (May 6, 2021)

Mireya Escobar, Class of 2023 November 16, 2021

Dr. Baker has been the principal of Comm Arts since 2016. Besides being the best principal ever, she is an interesting person that you might not know much about. In honor of Principal’s Appreciation...

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