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5 Study Hacks To Improve Your Memory

5 Study Hacks To Improve Your Memory

Vanessa Sanchez, Staff

November 9, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Have you ever taken a test and know you studied and forget most of the information. It’s been proven that exercise can boost your memory and brain power. Research conducted by Dr. Chuck Hillman of the University of Illinois provides evidence that about 20 minutes exercise before an exam can improve...

Horoscopes Of The Week

Horoscopes Of The Week

Cassandra Castro, Staff

November 8, 2018


Filed under Student Life

The following article is about the horoscopes of this week. Horoscopes usually have to do with zodiac signs and astrology. "Yes I believe in astrology cause the universe is big and there are things out there" said Aaron Reyes Sophomore at La Joya. Horoscopes of the week (October 29 - Novemb...

Adolescents Making A Change About Racism

Adolescents Making A Change About Racism

Victor Robles Hernandez, Journalist

November 5, 2018


Filed under Connecting the Pack, Entertainment, High School, News, School, Student Life, US & World

Racism is an underlying problem that has been displayed within our society because of how certain groups of people behave and act towards those who are completely different from them. In our nation, Racism shouldn't be a subject that is "sensitive" or "inappropriate", it should be widely acknowledged....

The Next Call Bo4

The Next Call Bo4

Isaac Taylor, Staff

November 2, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Student Life

The title Call of Duty doesn't come cheap and each time they release a new game they try to top their last and thats exactly what they did with Call of Duty 4. It came out on October 12, 2018. Everyone that plays call of duty is wanting the chance to play it because of all the suspense surrounding the...

The Thoughts No One Wants To Think

The Thoughts No One Wants To Think

Elysia Casillas, Vice President of Skills USA

November 1, 2018


Filed under True Life, US & World

Today, we can see that our world has changed drastically over the last 10 years. On June 26th 2015, gay marriage was legalized in the United States. The images that are here are from photographers around the states that took pictures of gay couples getting married and being in love. This was the first ti...

Handling Emotions

Handling Emotions

Veronica Palomino, Staff

September 26, 2018


Filed under Student Life, True Life

There is a lot of different ways we handle emotions or feelings. Some people either listen to music or even just go for a ride in the night around town. Here at La Joya Community High School we handle it a little different. I interviewed two Juniors attending La Joya they were asks multiple questions...

Devices of The Latest Age

Devices of The Latest Age

Bryce Hart, Staff

September 25, 2018


Filed under Audio, Entertainment, Showcase, Student Life

Have you seen the new and improves Samsung S9 and the brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 9? They are both brand new and improved based off of the Samsung J7 and the Samsung s8. The Samsung s9 is around $720 and the Galaxy Note 9 is about $1000. Don't let this price discourage you. These phones are well wor...

How to Manage High School Relationships

How to Manage High School Relationships

Cassandra Castro, Staff

September 25, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Relationships during your teen years are very new, fresh, and exciting. The thought of having a high school sweetheart sounds very sweet and romantic. Though at times they can be distracting and may cause gossip. It's important to keep in mind that when starting a new relationship during high school...

Top 5 Ways To Study For a Test

Top 5 Ways To Study For a Test

Brandon Seng, Staff

September 22, 2018


Filed under High School, School, Student Life

1. Listen To music While some experts argue the ability to concentrate during silence or listening to music while studying is left up to personal preference, many agree that playing certain types of music, such as "obscure 18th century composers," can help students engage parts of their brain that help...

Life At West-MEC

Life At West-MEC

Taeya Benally, Staff

September 22, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Kids at La Joya do not know about the programs La Joya offers until they are upperclassman, as in West-MEC. Here is an insight of the life at the West-MEC southwest campus and what it takes to get into this program. First, what is West-MEC? It is an after school, career training program for upperclassman that offers trainin...

High School Romance

High School Romance

Isaac Taylor, Staff

September 20, 2018


Filed under Connecting the Pack, High School, School, Student Life, True Life

 Dating and experience with relationships/romance is common. In High School teens will fall hopelessly in love or they would most likely do almost anything for their boyfriend or girlfriend. Some teens have experience in a romantic relationship, as well as those in serious and less-serious relationsh...

The Struggles of Being an AP Student

The Struggles of Being an AP Student

Katelyn Viray, Editor In Chief

September 16, 2018


Filed under High School, School, Student Life

If you have ever entered an advanced or an AP (advanced placement) course, you know it's a whole different world compared to a regular class. They are expected to have a higher level of punctuality, thoroughness and understanding the concept. Meeting all those criteria can be overwhelming. Students go...

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