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Choir co-president directs for nostalgia

Choir co-president directs for nostalgia

Mikayla Zellner, Entertainment Editor

November 19, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

The sound of music from all genres resonates throughout the theatre, choreographed dancing dazzles the audience, and nostalgia fills the minds of people in the auditorium. These are just a few aspects of the experience of watching the choir program’s upcoming Cabaret. This year’s student-directed Cabar...

Online interactive game expands to school

Online interactive game expands to school

Austin Civatte, Video Editor

November 8, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

Secret codes. Spies. Puzzles. Adventure. All a thing of fiction and action movies for most. However, throughout the last two weeks mysterious signs have been popping up all over the school, prompting people to join the hunt, and leaving everyone who sees them with one question: What is “Bowie3301...

Homecoming Dance: Behind the Scenes

Homecoming Dance: Behind the Scenes

Callie Payne, Reporter

October 28, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

The Homecoming Dance is a big event and takes a lot of time and preparation to create. “The dance is mainly run by the PTSA,” Student Council Co-President Cade Blagdan said. “They came to student council and asked us for theme ideas and that is when we came up with the 80’s idea, which is...

Homecoming is right around the corner

Homecoming is right around the corner

Shikha Patel, Dispatch Online Reporter

October 16, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Online

Bowie students get dressed and get ready to have the best night of their life as they head to the 2018 Bowie Homecoming on Saturday, October 20th.   For Bowie’s homecoming this year, PTSA and student council will make it a fun night by providing a Bowie DJ, food truck, cafe, and outdoor ...

New boss leads technical theatrics behind the scenes

Shelby Papst, News Editor

October 15, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

The change was instant when he walked through the threshold. He exuded a stage manager’s experience from the start and it was clear the experience wasn’t for himself. It was to pass onto his students. New technical director Colton Perry has started his first year working with the students in th...

Marching for program improvements

Marching for program improvements

Will Grossenbacher, Reporter

October 5, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

When you see the Marching Band this year, you won’t see the classic gray and black formal uniform. Instead, you’ll see brand new sleek black pants, along with a colorful floral top. All of this is possible because of the band students hard work when raising money for the March-A-Thon fundraiser. ...

World Guard spins their way to Dayton

World Guard spins their way to Dayton

Preston Rolls, Photo Essay Editor

July 7, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

Splashes of pink, yellow and orange flash through the air as the Bowie Worldguard Members leap across the competition floor. Flags sweep across the room and tears glisten in the eyes of members who will perform with the team for the last time.  After placing first at the state competition, the Bowie ...

Ross’ color guard leadership inspires

Jadon Alvarez, Entertainment Editor

July 3, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

Color Guard is a unique sport where people spin intricate objects like flags, rifles, or sabers and incorporate elements of dance. Color guard is a sport that has been apart of senior Shannon Ross’s life since her freshman year and since then, she went from just learning flag tricks to moving her way...

STC’s “Chicago”: Coming to a theatre near you

STC’s “Chicago”: Coming to a theatre near you

Jadon Alvarez, Entertainment Editor

June 27, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

The Starlight Theatre Company (STC) musical theatre program gets ready to perform yet another musical that has big dance numbers and a catchy song that they’ve been practicing for weeks. The STC works hard during class every B day to make sure their musical is satisfactory. Ready to give the audience ...

Tilton wins scholarship

Tilton wins scholarship

Jadon Alvarez, Entertainment Editor

June 20, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

$10,000 used to travel to France Freshman Leif Tilton is a skilled guitarist who has exceeded his guitar teachers' expectations with his distinguished skills on the guitar. Recently Tilton received an award from the Texas Commission on the Arts and Texas Culture that has given him the incredible opportunity to...

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