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Junior Texanna McCrevey listens to the slam poetry presentation. She said she might write about her family or historical events she finds interesting.
Roses are red, violets are blue; Bellaire’s poetry slam is coming near you
Emma Xiao, Reporter • January 28, 2023
At senior night, the swim team celebrated its 12 seniors by reading their bios and giving them roses. Hassan Abdullatif, along with his fellow seniors, enjoyed this show of appreciation.
Settled waters: Seniors’ swim night
Jason Deng, Features Editor • January 25, 2023
Kulkarni said she was thrilled when she found out she would be traveling to Washington D.C. to meet some of her greatest role models. She will be studying in D.C. March 4-11.
D.C.-bound
Claire Bradford, Reporter • January 22, 2023
NHS members sit in a circle in the center of the room to exchange white elephant gifts. White elephant was the last event of the social.
[NEWS BRIEF] Partying in a winter wonderland
Audrey Han, Reporter • December 16, 2022
Junior Sarah Rimawi and friends at the Girls Talk Tech panel hosted by Girls Who Code with ConocoPhillips on Dec. 5. Students who registered early received Chick-fil-A.
[NEWS BRIEF] Exploring STEM
Irene Zheng and Hannah Turner December 15, 2022
An infographic depicting the final exam schedule for the fall semester of 2022-2023.
Student’s express thoughts on final exam dates
Raina Blesi and Sara Wolf December 15, 2022
Sophomores Bethany Wong and Dayanna Santibanez wear the gloves before using the dye. The Cardistry Club, Best Buddies and Fashion Club have been planning this event for two weeks.
[NEWS BRIEF] Dye of their life
Haset Mekuria, Reporter • December 9, 2022
Senior Sophia Perez sings Cold in California by Ashe. Perez joined choir her freshman year.
Cabaret nights
Aida George, Photography Editor • December 1, 2022
Junior Sara Rozen, playing Renfield, explains why she follows Dracula. The ensemble acts out Renfields dialogue in the background.
Theater takes a bite out of feminism
Angel Harper and Avey Gannaway December 1, 2022
(From left) Sophomore Elijah Johnson and sophomore Matthew Guzman amp up during the Hype Train. A uniquely Cardinal tradition, Hype Trains occur every 3rd quarter during a football game.
Marching to success
Ariana Castañeda, Grace Turney, and Sophia Zhao November 29, 2022
Ukazu shows off her New York Times bestselling series Check, Please! She originally published Check, Please! on Webtoons, and from there she was picked up by a publisher.
“They deserve recognition”: Graphic novelist Ngozi Ukazu talks to WRITE club
Helen Citino, Entertainment Editor • November 28, 2022
The majority of students asked are upset that former President Trump is running for president. The feeling of neutrality also prevails.
Students react: Trump’s bid for president
Haset Mekuria, Reporter • November 22, 2022

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