Jim Crow and Georgia Voting Laws

Fridays in middle school were usually pleasant. Even though Friday was testing day, it was also famous for being something more delightful–movie day. I remember being excited for my social studies class. The history topic of the week was about Civil Rights, and we were promised a movie. As our teacher was loading the VHS […]

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Hope Planted

Stand, did you stand, through the fire and bright flame, yet your walls still fair and tame, will you stay, will you stay? Rise, did you rise, from the ash that pyres made, blades of green that never fade, will you grow, will you grow? Sound, did you sound, when the ramparts did give way, […]

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A Review of the Scottish Play

From October 2 – October 11 and October 16 – October 25, the Classic Theatre of San Antonio performed Macbeth, directed by Joe Groscinski. This performance took on one of William Shakespeare’s most famous plays–a tale of fatal ambition, mistrust, and ironic fate.

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