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Why teachers love their jobs

Why teachers love their jobs

May 25, 2020

As the last week of online school comes to an end, reporters Izzy Rejino and Natalie Cullen ask Bowie teachers why they love their jobs!

Thank you to all essential workers from The Dispatch staff

Junior Brooke Forsyth poses for a photo while working a shift at Sonic. Under Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Austin Mayor Steve Adler’s orders, essential businesses such as restaurants like Sonic will remain open during quarantine but must follow social distancing policies.

Faith Lawrence, Managing Editor

May 14, 2020

Being stuck in a nationwide quarantine for almost 10 weeks has proved to be a struggle for me. I am finding that the longer quarantine continues, the less motivation I have to do simple things like write an essay, work on math problems or even just go outside and walk my dog, which I’m sure many o...

PARASITE: Our take on the trending film

Natalie Cullen, Dispatch Reporter

May 4, 2020

Dispatch Reporter Natalie Cullen expresses her opinion of the feature film Parasite. The film is set in South Korea and highlights the harsh divide between socio-economic classes in the country. According to Cullen the film is a "light comedy turned horror film." She really enjoyed its use of suspe...

Dispatch Celebration of the 50 Earth Day!

On Wednesday, April 22,  the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, the annual celebration of the environmental movement took place. Each year, Earth Day focuses on a new theme; this year’s theme is Climate Action, which promotes an increase in anti-pollution and environmental protection policies.

Cade Spencer, Faith Lawrence, Shikha Patel, and Shruti Patel

April 22, 2020

On Wednesday, April 22 marks the 50th celebration of Earth Day. Each year, Earth Day focuses on a new theme; this year’s theme is Climate Action, a concept created in order to bring awareness to the harmful effects of pollution in our world and to celebrate Earth’s beautiful environment.  W...

Faith’s Photos: Celebrating Earth Day with travel photography

I took this photo while on a cruise in Alaska. I took an excursion on a small ferry in Juneau where I got to see glaciers and Alaska marine life up close. The land surrounding the river was very mountainous and foggy, and I even got to see a mother bear with two of her cubs.

Faith Lawrence, Managing Editor

April 22, 2020

My family has been hosting family reunions every other year since 1990. Since I was born, I have gone to every single reunion. Each reunion is held in a different state, and when we visited those states, my parents and I would travel to the nearby states as well. When I was about five years old, my ...

Virtual spirit week recap

Virtual spirit week recap

April 15, 2020

Bowie's virtual spirit week was a success! Here's a recap of the photos submitted for each day. Thanks to everyone who participated!

Cooking with Cade Ep 1: Gluten-Free Cinnamon Rolls

April 13, 2020

I hope you enjoy the first episode of Cooking with Cade on The Dispatch! A new Cooking with Cade episode will be uploaded every Monday. Although I made a few mistakes, I was able to bake gluten-free cinnamon rolls! The rolls were delicious, and I recommend that everyone should give the recipe a try....

Virtual spirit week

Virtual spirit week

Kaitlyn Zellner, Online Editor In Chief

April 3, 2020

In hopes of boosting student morale during this weird time of virtual learning, newspaper advisor Michael Reeves has launched a virtual spirit week for the first week back after the long break. Classes will resume on the sixth and will be held on Zoom. The four day week will be divided into A and B d...

Advice for incoming freshman

Advice for incoming freshman

February 27, 2020

As the 2019-2020 year goes by, Bowie continues to prepare for next year's incoming freshman. Reporters Natalie Cullen and Izzy Rejino asked current freshmen about their first year on campus.

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