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It’s time to flush the bathroom pass

Senior Nina Buford carries the standard orange hall pass. Photo by Zoe Hocker.

At the beginning of the semester or six-weeks, teachers often pass out a syllabus, maybe a phone or tardy contract; some teachers issue bathroom passes. These little colorful slips are possibly one of the most ridiculous policies that a teacher can […]

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MacTheatre’s fall musical debuts tomorrow

Junior Sophia Mullican and  freshman Magnus Bowles dance together for their roles of Paula and Frank Sr. who are Frank Jr's parents. Photo by Jasmine Barrera.

Starting off the McCallum Theatre’s 2017-18 season is the musical Catch Me if You Can, which is hitting the stage this Thursday. The show is about con-man Frank Jr., portrayed by junior Till Simon. Frank runs away from home at […]

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Meet Mac’s national cycling champion, Eli Husted

Eli Husted stands on top of the podium after winning the 2017 Amateur Road National Championships last summer. Husted beat 68 other 15-16 year old boys to win his second straight title. "[It was] a great relief," Husted said. "I had won the year before too, and I just kind of wanted to defend the title."

Only a short time after completing a national cycling race this summer in Louisville, Ky., sophomore Eli Husted stood on the podium staring at the cameras. On that podium, Husted held up both hands, signaling what place he had finished: […]

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McCallum competes in Bands of America

McCallum competes in Bands of America

  The McCallum marching band competed in the regional championship, Bands of America, on Sep. 23. The color guard toted flags bearing the Campbell soup can, as well as modeled vibrant, neon make-up; “artPOP” is McCallum’s show theme this year. […]

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New computer science teacher enjoys his initial McCallum experience

New computer science teacher enjoys his initial McCallum experience

Although this is his first year teaching at McCallum, Daniel Vega is no stranger to AISD. After four years of teaching at the Alternative Learning Center for AISD and various schools around the district during summer school, Vega now calls […]

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Band plays at annual jamboree

Band plays at annual jamboree

The Mac marching band brought its show, “Art Pop” to the 45th annual AISD Marching Band Jamboree at Burger Stadium this Tuesday. The show is based on the artwork of Andy Warhol. Photos by Isak Contreras. Reporting by Rylie Jones, […]

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Knights stampede Seguin to improve to 3-0

ALL DAY AND NIGHT: Quarterback Max Perez celebrates after the win against Seguin. The Knights (3-0) won 63-31. Photo by Gregory James

The Knights defeated the Seguin Matadors, 63-31, last Thursday to improve to 3-0. The Knights broke up a close game in the second half with a prolific offensive attack. The Knights had 442 yards rushing and 119 passing yards. The […]

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Sharing Opportunities

Junior Sutton Ballard, second from right, poses with fire academy students from across the district.

HONORING THE FALLEN: The students of the LBJ Fire Academy, including McCallum junior Sutton Ballard, joined firefighters all across the nation in honoring the 343 firefighters who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001. Ballard said that the fire academy students […]

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Volleyball teams trounce Travis

BESIDE THE POINT: Amanda Biscoe, Lyric Middleton, Sophie Bastidas and Lindey Wiley celebrate after winning a point during the Knights' four-set road victory at Travis Tuesday. Photo by Bella Russo.

After having a rough go of it against the Austin Maroons last Friday, the Mac volleyball teams resumed their winning ways with three match victories over the host Travis Rebels on Tuesday night. The Rebels took the opening set in […]

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Red Cross volunteer tells his story about Harvey

Rafael Corrales stands in the small gym with the many cots and gear from all the Red Cross volunteers sheltered there.

The first couple of weeks of school were different from the norm. For a brief time, the small gym was filled with rows upon rows of cots. When one walked down the hall to the small gym, it was dead […]

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