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    Mr. Falcon Wows Students
    The curtain opens and seniors Ryan Kearton and Frank Rivera buzz with excitement as the 2nd annual Mr. Falcon begins. Th
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    Resourceful Regifting of Reading
    A student holds a book, the edges of it are slightly worn and the pages are well turned, but it is a new book. It was th
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    German Students: State-Bound
    Students begin to flood into a school in inner city Houston. They are practicing their lines, perfecting their costumes,
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    Lunches Packed with Love
    A young student is sitting in his room in the middle of Spring break, listening to the overwhelming growls produced by h
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    Students United with the World
      A crowded room is abuzz with students calmly addressing one another as they attempt to impersonate the diplomatic
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    Falcons Fight Cancer
    On Feb.10, many gathered in the Performing Arts Center to watch the night of performances put together and organized by

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