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Podcasts

Keeping up with the bulldogs | Episode 1

Pierre Vandervennet, Katie Grumet, and Reagan Tso March 27, 2024

Today in a new podcast by dispatch reporters Reagan Tso, Pierre Vandervannet, and Katie Grumet interview Spanish teacher Isacc Nevarez about his Bowie teaching experience in his first year at the school.

Noah bout’ it Ep. 10

Noah Ellinger and Noah Bihan March 26, 2024

Today Noah and Noah are joined by Music Journalist Mars Salazar, where we delve into the origins of hip hop and the incredible culture that it’s cultivated.   

Noah Bout’ It Episode 9

Noah Ellinger, Noah Bihan, and Isabella Verette March 22, 2024

Today Noah and Noah argue whether the new fossils found in China were a Dragon or not? As well as esteemed guest Bella Verette talking about the new coming Stress of a delayed SAT.   Photo...

Night After Podcast | Mamma Mia!

Audrey Cullinane, Dispatch Reporter March 4, 2024

Here we go again! Today, Audrey is joined by Dacee Dinwiddie to discuss Mamma Mia! and its sequels.   Blue rock groove 98 by Rhonin © copyright 2022 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution...

Traffic and Student Safety

Vivi Lopez-Stern, Commentary Editor February 16, 2024

Many high school students dream of the day when, newly acquired driver’s license in hand, they can finally drive themselves to school. This rite of passage can give a newfound sense of freedom and independence...

Night After Podcast | Poor Things

Audrey Cullinane, Dispatch Reporter February 2, 2024

Audrey and Olivia are back to discuss their favorite movie of 2023, Poor Things!

Night After Podcast | Nostalgia-based Comedy of 2023

Audrey Cullinane, Dispatch Reporter January 26, 2024

Have you noticed a trend throughout the past year of raunchy teen and young-adult-centered movies? In this episode, host Audrey Cullinane and guest Genevieve Thiel discuss this phenomenon and what it means...

Flipped classrooms obstruct learning

Madeleine Travis, Commentary Editor December 20, 2023

“No homework” is something students will always be relieved to hear when they walk into class on the first day of school. Their relief is short-lived when the teacher begins to explain what “no homework”...

Cans captivate kindness

Ryan Zuniga, Dispatch Reporter December 15, 2023

Bowie students organize a canned food drive every November. History teacher and student council sponsor Alejandro Garcia coordinates the drive. The canned food drive operates to help local Austinites...

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