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5 Inspirational And Motivational Movies Every Student Needs To Watch

5 Inspirational And Motivational Movies Every Student Needs To Watch

Ricardo Lopez
March 1, 2017
Filed under Movies

With the school year coming to an end it is important to stay motivated and have a good amount of inspiration, to help keep your mind focused. A nd to help with that, here are 5 of the most inspiring and motivational movies that will encourage you to work hard and keep you studying   (WARNING! SPOILERS!)   De...

The Misadventures of College Years (And How to Survive Them)…

The Misadventures of College Years (And How to Survive Them)…

Marissa Torres, Staff
February 3, 2017
Filed under College, School, Student Life

To us teens, college can be interpreted  in many different ways. Due to television and movies, we get a fake glimpse of what college life is like but we can't trust what we see on the screen right? To give us a real scoop of college life and the obstacles that come with it, some of the wonderful teachers...

Music Affecting a Student’s Work in a Positive or Negative way?

Music Affecting a Student’s Work in a Positive or Negative way?

Andre Robertson, Staff
October 6, 2016
Filed under Music, School, Student Life

Listening to music in school or while working has been a big controversy within schools and between students and teachers. Most teachers feel as if music is a distraction, but the students believe that it helps them focus and be more effective on their work. Depending on the teacher they won’t allow ...

LGBTQ+ Lobos: How Are They Treated?

LGBTQ+ Lobos: How Are They Treated?

Joseph Shouse, Staff
October 3, 2016
Filed under Connecting the Pack, Showcase, Student Life

LGBT rights have been a huge controversial topic in recent years, with the legalization of same-sex marriage in all 50 states just last year on June 26th. Not many people take a look at how their treatment is here in the Copper State. The LGBT topic encompasses all of the US, even the world. So how ...

Equality In Our Lobo Nation

Equality In Our Lobo Nation

DeAsiah Ball, Staff
October 1, 2016
Filed under High School, Lobo Spotlight, School, Student Life

   The “group system” is a way that students have broken themselves up with similar interests. Due to these groups is everyone equal and treated the same? Are some groups more superior than others?           It is easily agreed upon that students have broken up into a little “grou...

Subscribed to Perfection

Subscribed to Perfection

Marissa Torres, Staff
September 6, 2016
Filed under News

Social media has a say in what we wear and how we live. Majority being young teens become so obsessive with their personal image, to the point of actually developing a mental disorder. Eating disorders, depression, and anxiety can be developed through vulnerability and low self-esteem of teens. Social...

Balancing Work and School

Balancing Work and School

September 5, 2016
Filed under Connecting the Pack, School

Students don’t always realize the complications of being employed. Some students want a job just to have extra money, others don’t have a choice on the matter. Sometimes employers work with students schedules but, there isn’t enough time in one day to fulfill day to day priorities. It is alw...

Love on the Field

Love on the Field

Xochitl Segura and Kaitlin Reyes
December 7, 2015
Filed under Student Life

Who has spirit? We have spirit! From practice performances, to school assemblies, to competitions, La Joya Band comes with several variations of music and forms to show how strong and dedicated they are when performing at the finest precision. Students who participate in band show lots of hard wo...

True Life of a Krunchkin: Oct. 30, 2015

True Life of a Krunchkin: Oct. 30, 2015

Kimberly Rodriguez
November 9, 2015
Filed under Student Life, True Life

October 30, 2015 Tonight is my senior night. In a way I’m excited but then I’m not because well I can’t perform and it’s my last High School football game. The only good thing about it is that my mom is walking me, but really nothing else excites me. Today was just not a good day, I was upset...

True Life of a Krunchkin: Oct. 29, 2015

True Life of a Krunchkin: Oct. 29, 2015

Kimberly Rodriguez
November 8, 2015
Filed under Student Life, True Life

October 29, 2015 It’s finally here, The Cancer Walk!! We’ve been preparing for the event for the longest, and even with the rain killing the whole walking on the track part we still had in, just in the gym now. It turned out really good. I low-key thought we weren’t going to have anybody wal...

True Life of a Krunchkin: Oct. 28, 2015

True Life of a Krunchkin: Oct. 28, 2015

Kimberly Rodriguez
November 7, 2015
Filed under Student Life, True Life

October 28, 2015 Today is Trunk or Treat. I really wish computers had emoji’s, I feel it would add a little “uumf” to this whole thing. But whatever, that’s not my problem. Well during school I got stuck with my crutches, but I am getting the hang of it now thanks to Ms. Langrebe for adjusting th...

True Life of a Krunchkin: Oct. 27, 2015

True Life of a Krunchkin: Oct. 27, 2015

Kimberly Rodriguez
November 6, 2015
Filed under Student Life, True Life

October 27, 2015 Today was our yearbook conference! I love love looooove going to the yearbook conference at ASU. It’s a lot of fun, and a good learning experience. This year our keynote speaker was Nick Ciletti. He’s the Weekend Morning Anchor for ABC15, and my new bae. *heart eyes* No, but fo...

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