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Caleb Melville

Caleb Melville, staff reporter

Junior staffer Caleb Melville is a second year Knight and journalism student. At McCallum, Caleb participates in both The Shield and The Knight, along with choir. Caleb joined MacJournalism because of his love of photography, both nature and sports. Outside of school, Caleb enjoys fishing, rock climbing, and being outside in general. After he graduates, Caleb wants to pursue a career as a Texas Game Warden.

All content by Caleb Melville
While many Austinites fiddle their days away stuck at home, a sizable group of less fortunate souls must continue their struggle for survival on the streets. The irony in this picture speaks to me as the man on the right leans against a sign asking people to stay home and slow the spread, with all his worldly belongings in the suitcase to his left. The homeless population has felt the toll of this virus as much as, or more than any of us. Photo by Caleb Melville.

Austin streets silenced by COVID-19

Caleb Melville, staff photographer
May 22, 2020
Freshman center midfielder Chloe Anderson greets sophomore stopper and center midfielder Grace Nugent after Anderson scored to give the Knights a 3-0 lead in the second half of their non-district game against the Cedar Creek Eagles in Bastrop Friday night. Photo by Caleb Melville.

[Photo] Soaring past the Eagles

Lindsey Plotkin, Knight staff reporter
January 19, 2020
The McCallum Blue Brigade rehearses with the band for their performance that night at the 2019 Taco Shack Bowl. Once a week, usually on game days, the Blue Brigade will go out and practice with the band to make sure they have everything down for their performance that night. A lot of times we get a lot more out of practices before school because there is not as much distraction, Blue Brigade Coach Nancy Honeycutt- Searle said. When we do our after school practices their mind is all over the place, so we dont pay as much attention to what we are trying to do.

[Photo] Knights before nine

Anna McClellan, staff reporter
October 10, 2019
Collins strikes a pose as part of the 2019 marching show, “Forever in Stone,” at the LBJ football game on Sept. 19 . Both girls get “no down time” at the games, as Crist puts it, because of the quick switches between cheer and band performances.

[Photo] Pom poms and pep tunes

Madelynn Niles, staff reporter
October 1, 2019
Ryan Bonesteel, Gabe Williams and the Knight defense had trouble stopping the LBJ offense led by quarterback Brian Batts. Photo by Caleb Melville.

[Photo] Tough night in the trenches

Gregory James, photo editor
September 27, 2018
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