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The greatest show is “The Greatest Showman”

The greatest show is “The Greatest Showman”

Kaitlyn Zellner, Online Managing Editor

April 26, 2018


Filed under Online, Review

"The Greatest Showman" was released on December 8, and immediately had audiences falling in love with the characters and stories. It is personally one of my all time favorite movies, and I highly recommend it. The Greatest Showman is based on the true story about P.T. Barnum (Hugh Jackman) and his...

App of the week: retro highway

Robbie Warhola, Online Writer

April 25, 2018


Filed under Online, Review

This week I have had the pleasure of downloading a little game called Retro Highway. Playing my first game, I realized how nostalgic this game made me feel. Tge game has a certain 8-bit charm to it. The game is fairly fun. The gameplay is simple and fun, don’t crash and go for stunts as well as...

Choir UIL Results

Liam Connally, Online Writer

April 19, 2018


Filed under Announcements, Online

The James Bowie Choral Department just finished the Region 18 UIL Concert and Sight-Reading Choir Contest. The event last two days and five Bowie ensembles competed. All five ensembles won the Sweepstakes award for receiving superior ratings in concert and sight-reading. This marks the first time the wo...

Senior Night for Bowie Boys Lacrosse

Senior Night for Bowie Boys Lacrosse

Michael Sugrue, Online Writer

April 17, 2018


Filed under Athletics, Online, Sports

On Monday April 9, the Bowie boys lacrosse team held their Senior Night at House Park against Cedar Park. The Varsity team ended their season and the seniors ended their high school career with a win. Before the game, the Seniors were individually recognized for their contribution to the program. ...

Chosen at random: Lilly Yeager

Chosen at random: Lilly Yeager

Robbie Warhola, Online Writer

April 16, 2018


Filed under Feature, Online

Lilly Yeager is currently a sophomore at James Bowie High School. She was chosen at random to find out more about her and what she enjoys doing in her free time. “My hobbies would be hanging out with friends, playing soccer, kind of doing what any teenager likes to do like watching Youtube or going on Ne...

STAAR: The Aftermath

Liam Connally, Online Writer

April 12, 2018


Filed under Commentary, Online

Today was the English 2 STAAR test for all Bowie Sophomores, and it, like all STAAR’s, was awful and a waste of time. Here are the three main reasons why we should get rid of STAAR altogether. 1. It wastes valuable class time. You go into the testing room at the very first bell of the day, and you...

App of the week: guess the emoji

Robbie Warhola, Online Writer

April 11, 2018


Filed under Online, Review

Guess the Emoji is a simple puzzle game utilizing the emojis that everyone has come to know and love. Given two emojis and a certain amount of letters the user has to guess what word that the emojis form. There are 16 total levels with over 60 different puzzles in each level. Most of the puzzles prov...

Battery recycling program at Bowie

Battery recycling program at Bowie

Michael Sugrue, Online Writer

April 5, 2018


Filed under Online, Teacher Feature

Science teacher Aaron Bryant started a battery recycling program out of his room. He feels that it is a good idea and will benefit us in the long term. The program just started and so far there are only two five gallon buckets although Bryant has high hopes the program grows. “Right now there a...

Enough is Enough

Ellie Coulston, Social Media Editor

April 4, 2018


Filed under Commentary, Online

Shots fired. Lives lost. How much is too much? The gun laws are getting out of hand and it is terrifying. There have been too many shootings in 2018, too many lives taken, for the sole fact that gun owners won’t give up their guns. I am tired of hearing all the news stories and seeing all the social...

April Fool’s: The absolute worst

April Fool’s: The absolute worst

Robbie Warhola, Online Staff Writer

April 3, 2018


Filed under Commentary, Online

Oh the one day a year where we’re not supposed to believe anything we hear. I hate it, I really do, why can’t it just be another day in the year. We shouldn’t need a day specifically to prank people, they’ll learn to expect it and adapt to it. Especially announcements by major companies ...

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