Photo Galleries

MacJournalism’s exclusive prom gallery

Photo by Mykaela Ruiz-Lujan.

We are pleased to share MacJournalism’s exclusive photo gallery of the prom, which took place on May 6 at the Blanton Museum of Art.  Photos by Kya Blount, Grace Brady, J.R. Cardenas, Celeste Montes de Oca, Mykaela Ruiz-Lujan and Alejandro […]

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One man’s work by design

As he continues to work in sketch up I strike up a conversation about all the framed papers on the wall. Many of them are simple things like bachelor's and master’s degrees while most are awards for various projects over the years. The only reason he sits with them in front of him is that it was the only wall big enough to hold them all. “I would never take credit for an award but I would like to think I was influential in some.”

For his photojournalism photo essay project, junior Dylan York chose to document a day in the life of his father, a principal architect at McKinney York located in East Austin. Dylan‘s essay is both documentary and narrative. By sharing the […]

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A hoops dynasty on wheels

Photo by Dave Winter.

Dallas Wheelchair Mavericks, UTA Movin’ Mavs world’s best When paired together, the words basketball and dynasty conjure up images of many legendary players leading their storied teams to greatness: Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls, the Showtime Lakers of Magic […]

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Amerika Die Wunderschone

The Salzach River in Salzburg, Austria

Over the Summer I traveled to Germany and Austria with my parents and my cousin. I learned from all the people I met that no matter what struggles America is facing, people around the world view the United States as […]

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Varsity, JV softball teams cage Jags

Photo by Sylvia Zamora.

The McCallum softball teams both defeated the LBJ Jags Friday night at Noack. The varsity won, 11-8, while the JV won, 15-3. In the varsity game, Julia Crofut (’19) homered for the third time this season. Nina Buford (’18) pitched […]

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Win, Lose and Draw

Photo by Anne Reed.

In the first weekend of their 2016-2017 season, the Knights (2-1-1) tasted victory, defeat and that rarest of baseball dishes–the taste of a game then ended in a tie.  At their annual trip to Fredericksburg to open the season, the defending […]

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Hundreds walk out to join protests

Junior Marley Bell displays a sign quoting Nelson Mandela at the Inauguration Day protest on January 20 at Auditorium shores. Bell was one of the estimate 150 students from McCallum that chose to participate in anti-Trump rallies on the day he was sworn into office. “I think that it’s going to be a long time before we can get completely gender neutral bathrooms, but I know for certain that it’s a matter if these individuals taking it upon themselves to be aware of the problems and to fix them as well as committing to educate people about gender neutral bathrooms, because the more educated people are the more comfortable people are.” Photo by Madison Olsen.

Students accept unexcused absences to have voices heard The school bell rings, and as the last period of the day begins, a group of almost two dozen students files out of the main school building and makes its way to […]

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Mac holds pep rally to celebrate spring sports, Go Red for Women initiative

Mac holds pep rally to celebrate spring sports, Go Red for Women initiative

McCallum held its second annual spring sports pep rally on Feb. 3, and it had a distinctly unusual color scheme. While there was plenty of the usual hues — McCallum blue and grey — there was also a lot of […]

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Thousands attend Texas Rally for Life

Photo by Tony Lavorgna.

Thousands of pro-life supporters gathered at the Capitol last Saturday to participate in the Texas Rally for Life.  The rally was timed to coincide with the 44th anniversary of the 1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that made abortion […]

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Titans slip past Knights, 31-30, in instant area playoff classic

Photo by Dave Winter.

Before the Knights’ area playoff game against Victoria East began and after the game ended, the players huddled together and chanted one word: family. The Knights (10-2) demonstrated both during and after the game that family was the perfect word to […]

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