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New iPhones leave students wanting more

New iPhones leave students wanting more

Ellie Coulston, Reporter

October 30, 2019

Apple is out with yet another iPhone and it is spreading across Bowie. The iPhone 11, and the iPhone 11 Pro, comes with three different camera lenses with better quality, can get up to five hours of extra battery power, and Apple says it is their strongest and most water resistant phones they have prod...

Vista Ridge TFA State Qualifying Tournament Results

Kaitlyn Zellner, Online Editor In Chief

October 28, 2019

This past weekend, members of the speech and the debate team competed at Vista Ridge High School TFA State Qualifier. The small squad took second place team sweepstakes and top honors in several events to secure five new state qualifications. Big congrats to Kaia Pierce for her triple qualification...

Speech and Debate step their game up

Kaitlyn Zellner, Online Editor In Chief

October 28, 2019

Members of the Speech and Debate team competed at the Austin High School State Qualifier last weekend. The team had another state qualifier and many students moved the needle closer to a state qualification. New State Qualifier: Erin Everette in Program Oral Interpretation Tournament Champions Haley Pousson and Rile...

Cyberdawgs get competitive

Kaitlyn Zellner, Online Editor In Chief

October 28, 2019

The Cyberdawgs competed this Saturday in the Cyberpatriots round one competition.  Cyberpatriots tasks students with finding and fixing vulnerabilities in operating systems.  Students learn multiple operating systems, networking, and security in order to compete with other high schools and organizations. ...

Culinary celebrates their 20th bake sale

Culinary celebrates their 20th bake sale

Azul Lin, Reporter

October 28, 2019

Culinary students rush around the kitchen as they prepare the treats for the 20th annual Bulldog Bakery, being held on October 25. The Bulldog Bakery is a fundraiser that not only helps the kitchen continue to run into the future, but also pays for their final exam. The students have been preparing fo...

Choir’s region results reflected the effort put in the competition

Choir’s region results reflected the effort put in the competition

Azul Lin, Reporter

October 28, 2019

  Take a deep breath. Have good posture. Remember the techniques you’ve practiced. These are the thoughts that go through every choir student’s mind the moment they step into that room of judges.  Saturday, October twelfth, many Bowie choir students participated in the Region competition at Bo...

Early AP testing registration

Early AP testing registration

Arushi Sharma, Reporter

October 25, 2019

This academic year is the first time that AP students must decide by November 1st if they want to take the College Board AP Test, a standardized test in which if students pass they get college credit. Bowie’s Dean of Instruction, Susan Leos has been working with the College Board and AP tests for ...

State votes in over 800 laws following latest session

State votes in over 800 laws following latest session

Peter Dang, Editor-in-Chief

October 23, 2019

Following the 86th legislative session, an excess of 1,000 bills were passed and sent to the office of Governor Greg Abbott. 820 bills were either signed into law or were allowed to become a law without the Governor’s signature. The laws became effective on Sept. 1. Many of the laws passed were of inte...

No Place For Hate Fall Festival

No Place For Hate Fall Festival

Bethany Hanson, Reporter

October 17, 2019

After what some students might call a stressful morning of Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Testing or the ‘PSAT’ on Wednesday, October 16th, Student Leadership hosts the No Place For Hate Fall Festival. The fall festival has been Student Leadership’s biggest project so far for the 2019-...

New class offering: Ethnic Studies

New class offering: Ethnic Studies

Cade Spencer, Managing Editor

October 16, 2019

Imagine walking into a high school classroom to see a community of students as diverse as a field of wildflowers. Within this community, students can freely share their opinions, beliefs, and values. In its inaugural year, a new class at Bowie has empowered this vision to become a reality. Carlen Floyd is the ...

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