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School shooting cancels tennis match

Gabriel Godwin, Reporter

April 10, 2017

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In a week where we have seen rising tension in Syria and bombings of Christian churches,  another startling and unsettling event has occurred. In San Bernardino at 10:27 a.m .on April 10, there was a shooting reported at an...

Students celebrate ‘Roaring around the world’

Jennifer Gonzalez, Features Editor

October 28, 2016

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Spirit Week is not about dressing up in your wackiest attire. It is the school coming to together as one to show school spirit. “Spirit Week is all about the school coming together to support what we do and who we are,”...

King and Queen for an evening

Emily Fisher, Online Editor

June 3, 2016

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A GPA fit for a king and queen only happens once a year. Each year the school’s top academic students compete against one another for the title of Prom king and queen. Senior King nominees included Christopher Ritter, Dylan...

Scholarly lions recognized during rally

Bryan Jordan, Opinions Editor

June 3, 2016

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The Academic Rally is a time to recognize those students that cried over the AP exams or crammed until 3 a.m. and still got to class on time. At the Academic Rally on May 12, right after first period, a total of 630 students...

Parking lot policy reinforced

Joshua Louis, Sports Editor

May 5, 2015

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The administration is reinforcing the policy of keeping students out of the parking lot during school hours. This policy has always been in place at Arlington, but ever since former Assistant Principal Victor Cisneros, Jr....

Getschooled.com helps students do better in school

Korey Pate, The Mix Editor

April 30, 2015

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Many people tend to associate learning with hard work. However, Getschooled proves that mindset wrong. Getschooled.com is a website aimed to help students do better in school while providing them with quite the entertaining...

Media Arts creates YouTube channel

Sandra Castro, Reporter

April 30, 2015

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Media Arts has created a new source to showcase school activities: a YouTube channel. The new channel is called Arlington High School Media. The channel, which Media teacher Jason Hedge created, has been up and running for one m...

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