In February, we packed and delivered a total of 200 bags to the homeless communities across the city. Some of us wrote cards. Some of us came to pack. Some
Just as hope, ACAN youths did not stop on the first couple days of 2021; instead, they packed Bags of Hope with heart-warming essentials. Altogether, over 30 youth and parents
I can’t believe it’s starting to get hot again, especially since it was freezing just a few days ago.
Those first snowflakes didn’t feel like anything impossible. Just a bit of an adjustment to a dusty photograph, like teeth whitening. During the night, the snow muffled my nightmares, sang
Announcing the winners of the 2021 ACAN Youth Logo Competition
The winter in Texas is usually unforgiving because Texans aren’t prepared for it.
The weekend of the winter storm was the weekend that my sister would head off to college. At 4 AM last Saturday, she flew to Massachusetts. Little did we know
“By failing to prepare, you prepare to fail.” Always. Texas didn’t do really well, but I think my family did well.
The COVID pandemic has certainly shaken up our community, causing small businesses to shut down and many restaurants to permanently close their doors to the public. This has caused many
Bruce Lee once said, “If you always put limits on everything you do, physical or anything else, it will spread into your work, and into your life. There are no
Jessica Hao is a Junior at Westwood Highschool. She is is a Girl Scout and an Austin Youth Council (AYC) member and the committee chair of the School-to-Prison Pipeline committee