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The student news site of James Bowie High School

The Dispatch

The student news site of James Bowie High School

The Dispatch

Night After Podcast: Ginny & Georgia Season 2

Bella Boone and Audrey Cullinane January 23, 2023

This week Audrey, Bella and their special guest Gibson Gelfer rant about the latest season of the new drama series Ginny & Georgia. They dive into the cringy yet striking parts of this show that catch...

Night After Podcast: Glass Onion

Audrey Cullinane and Bella Boone January 17, 2023

This week Audrey and Bella are discussing Glass Onion, the Golden Globe-nominated sequel to the cult classic: Knives Out, directed by Rian Johnson. They get into the depths of this astonishing mystery...

Twist and flip: Sophomore Cedric Walls takes a head dive toward the concrete wrapping his legs around his opponents as he tries anything to secure his victory and win the once-every-year competition. Filled with a competitive spirit the whole game Walls is playing to win. “I think it’s important to have a Fall Festival because it allows us to really get out of class and have fun with our friends while also exploring that community aspect of Bowie High School,” Walls said. “It was very fun and fulfilling [winning musical chairs], I got some bragging rights which was the best part.”

Student Leadership hosts annual Fall Fest

Emerson Traugott, Photo Essay Editor December 27, 2022

All in 45 minutes, students’ spirits are uplifted as each grade is able to enjoy a stress-free festival on the last day before Thanksgiving break. During this time students were given the opportunity...

NO LIMIT: As Gum glides his bow across his string playing the beginning chords of his award-winning original piece, Redwood Suite. Inspired by numerous artists, mainly those of the impressionist period, Gum’s talents and cultivation of talent have allowed him to participate in opportunist he never would have thought about. “To have a symphony premiered by the symphony orchestra that you’ve grown up seeing and admiring was just really cool, and unlike anything, I’d ever done before,” Gum said. “It was also just really special because I was able to collaborate with all of my friends, and I met a lot of cool people through that experience.”

Music unlocks the door to opportunities

Emerson Traugott, Photo Essay Editor December 12, 2022
Experienced cellist and composer William Gum makes notable new achievements

Uniting student musicians

Natalie Cullen, Austin Ikard, and Alex Edwards December 12, 2022

Last week, the Live Music Club hosted its first music night where student bands performed in the courtyard. The Live Music Club is for student musicians to collaborate and form their own bands that rehearsed...

FRIENDLY FACES: A student drys off a dog after a bath. Through interacting and taking care of the dogs, students were able to make close connections and friendships with them. Every dog has their own personality, senior Ali Pool said. I got to work with these dogs with the same sort of personality span as humans would. So its like talking to a friend and helping them with what they need.

FFA holds dog grooming day

Becca Catlow, Photo Essay Editor December 9, 2022
Faculty & staff drop off animals for a day of pampering

Night After Podcast: Episode 4

Audrey Cullinane and Bella Boone December 5, 2022

Podcast hosts Audrey Cullinane and Bella Boone discuss Zach Cregger's 2022 horror film "Barbarian".

Austin FC kicks their way out of the cup

Noah Ellinger, Digital Staff November 29, 2022

Aydan Reza and Noah Ellinger talk about what went wrong with Austin FC and future world cup predictions, as well as what would happen if Messi joins the MLS.

Teacher tennis tournament promotes teamwork

Alex Edwards and Natalie Cullen November 18, 2022

On Tuesday Nov. 8, the tennis team hosted their very first Teacher Tennis Tournament. Tennis players paired up with teachers to play doubles matches in a tournament bracket. “Our goal was to just...

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