Eye of the Lobo

Get to know La Joya’s Volleyball Team

Get to know La Joya’s Volleyball Team

Daniela Medina, Staff

October 6, 2016

The La Joya volleyball team is having a good season. They are in the #1 ranking, which means they play better schools. Last year they were in the #3 ranking. They've grown so much. It's time to meet  the La Joya volleyball team. Something that is very difficult for volleyball players and athletes in general is balancing school...

Your Greatest Identifier: Accents

Your Greatest Identifier: Accents

Diana Alonso, Staff

October 5, 2016

Accents are everywhere and it’s become normal to label them as we please. When people think of a British accent they automatically think of it as “sophisticated”. However, how do these accents actually affect society? For as long as we can remember accents and dialect have existed everywhere around ...

Do You Have a Job or Do You Have a Passion?

Do You Have a Job or Do You Have a Passion?

Karla Fernandez, Staff

October 4, 2016

Most high school students going into high school or coming out of high school in today's age never know what they want to be or what they want to do. This is what usually brings students down because they get out of high school confused and wondering what step to take next. The students have nothing...

What are the Highest Paying Jobs for High School Students?

What are the Highest Paying Jobs for High School Students?

Tiffany Rosario Acosta, Staff

October 3, 2016

Many High School students are in need of a job. But do they look beneath the surface of the interview? Minimum wage, here in Arizona, is $8.05 per hour. While Seattle, Washington's minimum wage is $15 per hour, incredible. Most high school students want a job to either pay their expenses; i.e. new...

Stop The Hate. Don’t Discriminate.

Stop The Hate. Don’t Discriminate.

Zoe Soto, Staff

October 1, 2016

Racial discrimination online has grown and nothing is being done about it. Of course, there's the choice to block people but what good will that do? Teachers, students and even children are affected by racial discrimination it is easy to do to someone else due to the advances in technology. In schools,...

One Peaceful Protest From Kaepernick Spreads Like Wild Fire

One Peaceful Protest From Kaepernick Spreads Like Wild Fire

Ananda Haskins, Staff

October 1, 2016

On September 16th all players on the Seattle Garfield High School football team and coaching staff knelt (took a knee) during the National Anthem. An image of the gesture circulated around social media. Kaepernick's protest has caught the attention of teen athletes from several different high schools. ...

Equality In Our Lobo Nation

Equality In Our Lobo Nation

DeAsiah Ball, Staff

October 1, 2016

   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...

Lobo Actors “Breaking a Leg”

Lobo Actors “Breaking a Leg”

Alicia Serrato, Staff

September 27, 2016

Are you someone who stays at home bored-to-death? Maybe you want to take a break from school work? Well, we’ve got just the thing for you! La Joya offers a variety of after-school programs that anyone can join at anytime! More specifically, La Joya Theatre! Ms. Ludlow, La Joya’s drama teacher, is ju...

Sports, Sports, Sports…Where’s the Art?

Sports, Sports, Sports…Where’s the Art?

Aysia Johnson, Staff

September 15, 2016

In many different schools the so to speak stereotype is that sports are more emphasized and invested in more than the fine arts. It's vital  to get to the bottom of the reason and get some of the student body’s opinion. Went to interview two students and these two students have different perspectives...

EVENTS EVERYONE HAS BEEN WAITING FOR

EVENTS EVERYONE HAS BEEN WAITING FOR

Andrea Diarte, Staff

September 9, 2016

La Joya Lobos are finally back from their summer vacation. I know it's hard for them to start school. Back to the stress, sleepy mornings, and hours of homework after school. The things keeping students at La Joya awake are events, upcoming events! Are you ready for Friday nights football?! I know I am. Studen...

Seniors Guide to College

Seniors Guide to College

September 5, 2016

As senior year has begun it is important for all of us to look at the possible options for our future, whether it is trade school, a job, or college. For many, college is the only option available in order to start our journey on the path towards accomplishing our goal's in life. There is always...

A Legend Leaves the Game

A Legend Leaves the Game

Dasey Berrueta

April 24, 2016

From high school basketball, straight into the NBA, All-Star games, playoffs, championships, to the USA Olympic team, Kobe Bean Bryant has done it all. He was selected by the Charlotte Hornets with the 13th overall pick of the 1996 NBA draft. Although, he was soon traded to the Los Angeles Lakers. Kobe...

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