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New Food Places in Arizona

New Food Places in Arizona

Brandon Seng, Staff

December 17, 2018

1. Tacos Calafia Named in honor of Tijuana’s iconic public microbuses, this neighborhood taqueria is an off shoot of a popular westside food truck. The small menu dispenses intensely flavored al pastor and carne asada tacos served on freshly pressed corn tortillas, plus mulitas, quesadillas, and other M...

Lights, Camera, Play

Lights, Camera, Play

Katelyn Viray, EIC

December 14, 2018

Getting your name out there can be exciting but also scary. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication to get yourself from the bottom to the top. Everyone needs to start somewhere. Andrew  Alegre, a Senior in La Joya Community High School, has a passion for theatre and decided to take the ne...

Alberto’s Story

Alberto’s Story

Veronica Torres Palomino, Staff

December 12, 2018

Alberto Pintor is currently a Junior enrolled here at La Joya Community High School he is the oldest of out 4 children, he is also first generation to go to college in his family because both of his parents weren't able to finish, that really got him motivated to keeping going. He was asked, what's...

Give Up Is 15 Years Old

Give Up Is 15 Years Old

Vinny Gonzales, Staff

February 19, 2018

15 years ago today, Death Cab For Cuties own Ben Gibbard and Jimmy Tamborello released the album “Give Up” under their project known as “The Postal Service”.   The two brilliant men decided to become a band after Jimmy had Ben featured in the song “ (This is) the Dream of Evan and...

A New Twist ro Rap: Marteen

Christian Deadwyler, Staff

November 26, 2017

  New artist Marteen just dropped a new song "Sriracha". This song is quickly picking up traction, and brings a new twist to rap with a clear chorus, clean vocals, and an intricate instrumental. This song is a combination between an easy-going fun song, and a meme-lovers cringe fix. "M...

La Joya Community High School-Home of the Fighting Lobos

Heather Eaton, Advisor

November 8, 2017

La Joya Community High School is home to the Fighting Lobos and serves approximately 2300 students. Here at La Joya, we feel that each individual is an important piece of our pack; therefore, great care is spent cultivating a learning environment that produces self-directed learners who are valuable, cont...

FBLA: 3 A Day Food Pantry

FBLA: 3 A Day Food Pantry

Chloe Enero, Photography Editor

April 13, 2017

La Joya Community High School’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is hosting a food pantry called 3 A Day from April 17-28. The collected food will go to Lobos whose families are food insecure and are in need of food over the weekend. Some students and their families are fortunate en...

Who Are We? An Inside Look on Diversity

Who Are We? An Inside Look on Diversity

Madelyn Martinez, Staff

February 15, 2017

With over 2,000 students currently enrolled, you're bound to see some amount of diversity at La Joya. Fortunately, students here are given opportunities to express and be themselves without judgement and Lobos on campus are able to see the blend of different cultures students bring. But what exactly...

Teen Lifeline

Teen Lifeline

Jazmine Page, Staff

February 2, 2017

Growing up is complicated, it’s difficult, it’s confusing and sometimes hard for adults to understand. Thousands upon thousands of teens are facing daily struggles from school, parents, relationships and peers. Have you ever felt like no one was there for you? Or did you ever feel empty? Well...

2017: The Year of the Resistance

2017: The Year of the Resistance

Chloe Enero, Photography Editor

January 30, 2017

A peaceful protest, also known as a nonviolent resistance or nonviolent action, is the act of expressing disapproval through a statement or action without the use of violence. And so far with Trump’s presidency that seems to be the reoccurring trend. With the #WomensMarch occurring last we...

Is La Joya Community High School Safe?

Is La Joya Community High School Safe?

Karina Quintana, Staff

January 12, 2017

According to gunviolencearchive.org, in the year of 2016 alone, there were 51,820 incidents regarding gun violence. Even more devastating is that 2,331 of the deaths caused by gun violence were teen deaths ranging from ages 12 to 17. With statistics like these,  it'd make sense if some young people...

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