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Due to Winter Storm Uri, Texas suffered rolling blackouts, burst pipes and below-freezing temperatures.

History and Geopolitics of Energy class discusses Texas power grid, outages

Annie Jones, Staff Writer March 12, 2021

On Valentine’s day, Texas went dark. In the following week, the state suffered through rolling blackouts, burst pipes and below-freezing temperatures. Winter Storm Uri, which travelled from the Northwest...

Juniors and seniors were attending virtual classes as Trump supporters stormed the nation’s Capitol. Incited by the  president’s rhetoric about election fraud, the rioters breached the Capitol while Congress was counting the electoral vote. 

SJS community reacts to Capitol insurrection

Gabrielle Solymosy, Copy Editor January 29, 2021
Juniors and seniors were attending virtual classes as Trump supporters stormed the nation’s Capitol. Incited by the  president’s rhetoric about election fraud, the rioters breached the Capitol while Congress was counting the electoral vote. 
Freshmen visited the Museum of Fine Arts on Oct. 8 for a history field trip.

Freshmen visit museum on history field trip

Cameron Ederle and Sophia Jazaeri November 4, 2019
Freshmen took a field trip to the Museum of Fine Arts to enrich their learning in Global Issues in Historical Context.
As a 20th-century historian, Abramson’s goal is to connect the past to current political situations, social movements and culture.

Class Act: History teacher Samuel Abramson

Kate Willey and Wenqing He November 12, 2018
Get to know new history teacher Samuel Abramson!
Arguing that the new AP US History curriculum understates triumphs of American history and emphasizes the mistakes of our past, Oklahoma lawmakers recently voted 11-4 to ban the class.

Proposed ban on AP US History highlights hypocrisy, devalues lessons of the past

Brooke Kushwaha, Assignment Editor February 19, 2015
A proposed ban on AP US History will cause more harm than good, writes editor Brooke Kushwaha.
Science, prehistory converge in French field trip

Science, prehistory converge in French field trip

Christian Maines, Staff Writer February 12, 2014
Quiet footsteps and muffled whispers resounded through the hall as French I and II students looked up towards the eerie paintings on the walls of Lascaux, reconstructed within the Houston Museum of Natural Science.
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