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Say No To Drugs

By: Gabrielle Ponds

May 10, 2015

Filed under Editorials

Teenagers are surrounded by tons of new information every day, whether on the radio, or with their own music, or watching TV, or watching a movie. Needless to say, there is no doubt that a teenager will see or hear messages pertaining to drugs and alcohol. On the radio, there are hundreds of different songs glorifying illegal...

Students Should Live A Healthy Lifestyle

Students Should Live A Healthy Lifestyle

April 26, 2015

When it comes to your health, success is based on making good choices. What you eat, drink and do for...

Should The Internet Be Regulated?

By: Jared Wright

April 26, 2015

Filed under Editorials

Throughout America’s history, there have been battles about what should be allowed to be said and what should not. Today, these issues have manifested into the Internet. For now, we get to use the Internet as an open tool. However, that may change. Internet service providers such as AT&T, Comcast, and Verizon have been...

Seniors, Take Advantage Of Your Last Year

By: Samantha Petersen

March 25, 2015

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If you’re a senior, you probably already started the official countdown to graduation. Although there is no doubt a majority of us have senioritis, there are many things needed to be accomplished before our big day. Find a summer job before summer! When summer comes along, it’s difficult to get a job since a lot of...

Global Warming Is An Issue Students Should Care About

By: Jared Wright

March 25, 2015

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Today’s generation faces a challenge many others have ignored, but we can’t for much longer. The destruction of our finite natural resources has risen to a point where by the advent of the next century, average global temperatures will have risen nearly 10 degrees. To put that into perspective, when the globe was just...

We Shall Overcome

By: Gabrielle Ponds

February 23, 2015

Filed under Editorials

Imagine you give birth to a healthy, bouncy baby boy. You teach him to walk, talk and how to be a member of society. You watch him grow up and are blessed enough to see him graduate high school. As you help him prepare for college, right before he starts classes, you receive a call. Your first-born son, your pride and joy,...

San Antonio’s New Cell Phone Law is Just

San Antonio’s New Cell Phone Law is Just

February 23, 2015

Late last fall, the San Antonio City Council unanimously voted to ban the use of cell phones while driving....

A Difficult Topic That Needs To Be Discussed

By: Emilee Rodriguez

February 11, 2015

Filed under Editorials

In America alone, suicide claims more than 40, 00 lives each year. After cancer and heart disease, suicide accounts for more lives lost per year, more than any other cause of death, with 60% of these losses being middle adolescents between the ages of 12 and 15. Recent studies have shown high school and college school students’...

10 Study Tips To Make You A Better Student

By: Madaline Pena

January 26, 2015

Filed under Editorials

There is no doubt that students want to be successful in school. However, some students don’t know how to get there, and what it takes to be better. One of the many things is to know how to properly study. Below, we give you 10 tips on how to become a better studier. Study alone. Unless you've got a couple of friends wh...

Military Is A Great Post-Secondary Option

By: Dominik Sanders

January 26, 2015

Filed under Editorials

Being in the military is considered to be a career that is honorable. With all the violence that is going on in the world, we sometimes do not see the positives of what the military has to offer. Our United States Armed Forces consist of five branches: Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard, all offering great...

Student Journalists Want A True Freedom of the Press

By: Emilee Rodriguez

December 9, 2014

Filed under Editorials

The First Amendment clarifies, as citizens of the United States, we have the right to think, speak, and believe as they please. Citizens may act on these rights peacefully in the face of the public and government without fear of harsh punishment or backlash. As student writers, we express our opinions through our craft; we...

Genetically Modified Foods Benefit Our Health

By: Dominik Sanders

December 3, 2014

Filed under Editorials

When going to the grocery store, one normally does not really think about what you are buying. You just get what you enjoy, from fruits and vegetables to meats and cereal, and what is best for the family. But through research, we found that the majority of the goods Americans buy are scientifically modified to some degree, more...

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