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The Dispatch

The student news site of James Bowie High School

The Dispatch

The student news site of James Bowie High School

The Dispatch

Claire Scott

Claire Scott, Review Editor

My name is Claire Scott, I am a senior, and this is my third year on staff. This is also my second year being the Reviews Editor, and I am super excited for what The Dispatch is going to put out this year! In my free time, I do karate, hang out with friends, and work on projects related to graphic design

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Senior Goodbye: Claire Scott

Senior Goodbye: Claire Scott

Claire Scott, Reviews Editor
April 20, 2024
The holidays are just around the corner, and this season Summer Moon has stepped up their spirit with a variety of festive coffees. Started in Texas by Amanda Terry, the business has spread to other states including Tennessee, Arkansas and Wisconsin. 

Seasons greetings at Summer Moon

Claire Scott, Reviews Editor
January 16, 2023
PAYING UP: Customers of Valentina’s Tex-Mex BBQ pay for their lunch order. Valentina’s has been open since 2013 and has a 4.6 star rating on Google Reviews.

Best food trucks found around Austin

Claire Scott, Entertainment Editor
December 5, 2022
I find that this show stands out from typical movie genre combinations today. The Sandman is a mix of fantasy drama and supernatural horror, which can be captivating to many of the viewers.

The Sandman sets new expectations

Claire Scott, Reviews Editor
November 9, 2022
The culture surrounding reality TV has been growing as more and more reality-based shows are being added to streaming services across the world.

New reality TV draws viewers in

Claire Scott, Reviews Editor
June 13, 2022
After the increase in Covid cases after winter break and the removal of mask mandates, Travis county is now in stage 2.

Travis County in Stage 2

Claire Scott, Staff Writer
April 1, 2022
 Senior Corey Chrudimsky plays the saxophone in a Bowie Outdoor Performing Ensemble performance. Chrudimsky is one of four students selected to participate in the Rose Bowl parade band.

Students march in Rose Bowl parade

Claire Scott, Dispatch Reporter
February 18, 2022
Students were not the only ones impacted by the water leak events. All staff, including teachers, were also affected as their students were missing and they didn’t have a bathroom to utilize. Some are still dealing with the prolonged consequences of students leaving their classes for three days. 

The issue with the water leaks

Claire Scott, Dispatch Reporter
December 6, 2021
Many other countries would give everything to be able to give its citizens the benefits we have. Despite this, there is still a community of people who refuse to get vaccinated, regardless of the benefits.

[Photo] Vaccine privilege: but only in America

Azul Lin, Commentary Editor
November 17, 2021
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