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Andrew Jauregui

Andrew Jauregui, Interactive Media Editor

Andrew Jáuregui is a senior and is entering his 3rd year with Wingspan and his second year as Wingspan’s Interactive Media Editor. He’s in charge of the quizzes, tests, and polls that get added to the website. He enjoys doing work for the broadcast team as well. Outside of the class, he is captain of the cross country team and a prominent member of Student Council, and can often be seen giving announcements in the cafeteria during lunch.

Contact Andrew: andrew.jauregui.487@k12.friscoisd.org

All content by Andrew Jáuregui
Senior Andrew Jauregi has transformed his math class whiteboards into a canvas.

From a whiteboard to a canvas

Andrew Jauregui, Interactive Media Editor
May 5, 2023

Mario Movie Magic

Andrew Jauregui, Interactive Media Editor
April 6, 2023

John Wick: Chapter 4 makes a killer return

Andrew Jauregui, Interactive Media Editor
March 31, 2023
Taking on a fiery challenge, senior Anna Lyon and junior Blake Lyon participated in Pluckers contest to become a member of the Wall of Flame. Anna was able to successfully eat 15 fiery wings, while Blake came close, eating 13.

Hot wings in the Lyons’ den

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor
March 21, 2023
Band students are preparing for band placement auditions on April 26. Students will perform a short technical and lyrical etude, as well as 12 major scales and a chromatic scale for their audition.

Band fills the library with music

Andrew Jauregui, Assistant Interactive Media Editor
February 28, 2023
Sunday marked the last performance of The SpongeBob Musical. Thanks to long rehearsals and good cast chemistry, the production was a success, becoming the most successful production in the schools history.

Finishing off SpongeBob with a splash

Andrew Jauregui, Assistant Interactive Media Editor
January 24, 2023
Due to a severe injury sustained by lead actress senior Ella Lewis, The Spongebob Musical was delayed and will open Thursday at 7:00 p.m. Although Lewis has faced numerous setbacks, she is excited to preform.

Pain, Recovery, and Finality: Ella Lewis’s Return to the Stage

Andrew Jauregui, Assistant Interactive Media Editor
January 19, 2023
SThe Redhawks are ready to blackout The Nest for the first pep rally of the year. The pep rally will highlight the fall sports starting up, and also will feature performances by cheer, drill team, and band.

Cheer soars to state competition

Andrew Jauregui, Interactive Media Manager
January 13, 2023
Interactive media editor, Andrew Jauregi, reviews holiday musical Spirited. The film is a sequel to A Christmas Carol and features comedic talents, Will Ferrell and Ryan Reynolds

Spirited: raising holiday spirits

Andrew Jauregui, Interactive Media Editor
December 19, 2022
Frisco ISD is hosting a Virtual College Fair starting Friday and going until Nov. 19th. There will be over 70 colleges, both in and out of state, available for students to learn more about.

Virtual college fair kicks off Friday

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor
September 16, 2022
Queen Elizabeths passing on Thursday was reported world wide. The loss of what many considered to be a hugely influential leader impacted students on campus and around the world.

Queen Elizabeth II’s passing impacts students

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor
September 9, 2022
This week, Andrew Jáuregui covers a summer box office hit, Thor: Love and Thunder.

Thor: Mistake and Blunder

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor
August 12, 2022
In this weeks edition of Cinema Summaries, Andrew revisits the 2021 film Free Guy and gives his opinions on the film.

Ditching the Free Guy preconceptions

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor
May 18, 2022
In this weeks edition of Cinema Summaries, Andrew takes a look at the sequel to Marvels Dr. Strange.

A Strange sequel

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor
May 11, 2022
In this weeks edition of Cinema Summaries, Andrew takes a second look at Moon Knight, in the end credit scene.

Moon Knight’s end credit scene

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor
May 4, 2022
In this weeks edition of Cinema Summaries, Andrew revisits an old cinematic favorite The Shawshank Redemption as he sits down with Wingspan Editor Caroline Caruso to discuss the movie.

Revisiting The Shawshank Redemption

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor
April 27, 2022

A super sonic sequel

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor
April 13, 2022
In this weeks edition of Cinema Summaries, Andrew compares Goodfellas and the Godfather.

Hollywood loves its gangsters

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor
April 6, 2022
Sundays Oscars

Sunday’s Oscars

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor
March 30, 2022
From its first appearance in the Star Wars franchise, Tatooine was depicted as a planet of little significance. However, with its multiple film appearances, the desert planet has lost its initial charm.

Tatooine needs to be left alone

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor
March 23, 2022

No Way Home finds a way home

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor
March 16, 2022

The new Batman beats Bale’s

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor
March 4, 2022

Once again, bring on the bat

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor
February 17, 2022
The future for The Mandalorian and Grogu

The future for The Mandalorian and Grogu

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor
February 9, 2022
Among the midst of children TV shows, Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends has stood out as a fan-favorite since its release. Many find comfort in the train and his group of companions, and feel rewatching the show is like a walk down memory lane.

The warmth of an old favorite

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor
February 3, 2022
On the outside, a prosperous and charismatic young man, on the inside, a ruthless and insane killer, the story of Patrick Bateman in Bret Easton Ellis American Psycho isnt for the faint of heart. In this weeks edition of Cinema Summaries, Andrew gives his opinions on the film.

Before Batman, he was Bateman

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor
January 26, 2022
In this weeks edition of Cinema Summaries, Andrew takes a second look at Lord of the Rings: extended edition.

It’s decided, quality over quantity

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor
January 19, 2022
Since the release of the film franchise, the Lord of the Rings movies have been a fan favorite. With the release of the extended version of each film on HBO Max, Andrew takes a look at his likes and dislikes with the extended versions in comparison to the original Lord of the Rings films.

The bigger the better?

Andrew Jáuregui, Staff Reporter
January 12, 2022
In this weeks edition of Cinema Summaries, Wingspan takes a look at the cinematic accomplishments of recently deceased actress Betty White.

Celebrating the life of Betty White

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor
January 5, 2022

Spider-Man ultra fan

Andrew Jáuregui, Staff Reporter
December 17, 2021
In this weeks edition of Cinema Summaries, staff reporter Andrew Jauregui tells of two beloved classics, and how they may be related.

The Polar Express: a modern-day Christmas Carol?

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor
December 8, 2021
The holiday season can be stressful, but Student Council is hosting a teachers night out where teachers can drop off their children for the night to give them a break. Student Council members will provide free childcare for the children.

Student council gives teachers a night out

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor
December 3, 2021
In this weeks edition of Cinema Summaries, Andrew shares his opinions on Lady Gaga and her debut in the new film House of Gucci.

Thanksgiving dinner and House of Gucci

Andrew Jáuregui, Interactive Media Editor
December 1, 2021
With the release of Venom 2, it seems the film itself was not the only thing viewers were highly anticipating. Staff reporter Andrew Jauregui takes a closer look at the movies post-credit scene in this weeks edition of Cinema Summaries.

A dive into Venom 2 post-credits

Andrew Jáuregui, Staff Reporter
November 11, 2021

Venom: Let There Be Carnage

Andrew Jáuregui, Staff Reporter
October 6, 2021

Disney’s live action Cruella

Andrew Jáuregui, Staff Reporter
August 19, 2021
Many movie theaters are beginning to follow IPICs footsteps in showing old films.

IPIC Plays the Classics

Andrew Jáuregui, Staff Reporter
May 19, 2021

Will Venom 2 Ruin Carnage?

Andrew Jáuregui, Staff Reporter
May 13, 2021
Due to lack of advertising and drastically lower viewership during this years Oscar Awards, many consider it to be a fail.

The Oscars

Andrew Jáuregui, Staff Reporter
April 28, 2021

Shang-Chi trailer

Andrew Jáuregui, Staff Reporter
April 22, 2021
Godzilla v. Kong

Godzilla v. Kong

Andrew Jáuregui, Staff Reporter
April 14, 2021

“Loki” the series

Andrew Jáuregui, Staff Reporter
April 7, 2021
As the hit-mini series Wandavision comes to a close, fans are turning to ASSEMBLED, the behind the scenes filming and directing behind the show.

Wandavision

Andrew Jáuregui, Staff Reporter
March 17, 2021
Playing now on HBO Max and in select theaters nationwide, Tom and Jerry, directed by Tim Story, features a cast full of big names, including: Chloë Grace Moretz, Colin Jost, Michael Peña, Ken Jeong, Rob Delaney, and many others.

Tom and Jerry

Andrew Jáuregui, Staff Reporter
March 4, 2021

Behind the Bat: Ben Affleck

Andrew Jáuregui, Staff Reporter
February 24, 2021

Super Bowl ad debuts

Andrew Jáuregui, Staff Reporter
February 10, 2021

El Camino

Andrew Jáuregui, Staff Reporter
February 3, 2021

Wonder Woman 1984- Why it failed

Andrew Jáuregui, Staff Reporter
January 20, 2021

Behind the Bat: Christian Bale

Andrew Jáuregui, Staff Reporter
January 13, 2021
Christmas

Christmas

Andrew Jáuregui, Staff Reporter
December 16, 2020

The Spruce’s and the Pine’s

Andrew Jáuregui, Staff Reporter
December 9, 2020
Valentines day has cheesy love stories, Halloween has loads of horror movies, and Christmas is filled to the brim with movies of all sorts of varieties. However, what about the Thanksgiving movies?

Free Birds

Andrew Jáuregui, Staff Reporter
November 18, 2020
Since the creation of “A Charlie Brown Christmas” in 1965, the Peanuts gang have appeared in various TV cartoon specials, with the most beloved being the specials revolving around holidays, such as Halloween, Thanksgiving, and most of all, Christmas.

Charlie Brown holiday specials

Andrew Jáuregui, Staff Reporter
November 11, 2020
After entering theaters three years ago, Coco soon became another Pixar classic. As this years Day of the Dead comes to a close, Wingspan briefly talks about the movie and its highlights.

Revisiting Pixar’s Coco

Andrew Jáuregui, Staff Reporter
November 4, 2020
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