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Fish No. 25:

Fish No. 25: “Intel”

Kai Kirkham Macias, staff cartoonist
March 5, 2021
Fish No. 24:

Fish No. 24: “Dirty Politics”

Kai Kirkham Macias, staff cartoonist
February 27, 2021
Choreographer Natalie Uehara leads the cast in rehearsing “Run, Freedom, Run,”  her favorite number in the show, on Jan. 22.

Can’t hold it any longer

Tallulah Wilson, staff reporter
February 24, 2021
Fish No. 23 --

Fish No. 23 — “Campaign Team”

Kai Kirkham Macias, staff cartoonist
February 19, 2021
Senior Jacob Martinez stands to perform a trombone solo at downtown Parker Jazz Club alongside fellow McCallum Jazz Ensemble musicians. In addition to earning TMEA All-State recognition in the concert band competition, Martinez earned a state spot in jazz as of last semester.

Jacob’s ladder knows no limit

Madelynn Niles, co-copy editor, co-A&E editor
February 13, 2021
EMPTY HALLS: Although there were visitors at the Blanton, there was a very small percentage of the number of patrons who would typically be there on a Saturday afternoon in a non-COVID world. The empty bench is in one of the European exhibit’s few rooms at noon on a Saturday, one hour before the end of the morning session. The lack of visitors is affecting museums all over the world during the pandemic. “As a nonprofit, the Blanton depends heavily on admissions, membership, donations, and other income,

Perusing paintings in a pandemic

Lissa Castro, Mac photojournalism
February 2, 2021
Fish No. 21:

Fish No. 21: “Disaster!”

Kai Kirkham Macias, staff cartoonist
January 29, 2021
The Alamo Drafthouse now offers a private theater rental alternative for pandemic-safe movie viewing. Rentals are available on their website where customers can reserve a spot at one of the Austin locations offering this option and select a movie to see from a limited list curated by the Drafthouse.

Alamo Drafthouse finds a way

Alice Scott, staff reporter
January 27, 2021
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