Eye of the Lobo

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 ...

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


Filed under High School, School, Student Life

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...

Will Teaching Methods Get Better OR Worse In 2030?

Will Teaching Methods Get Better OR Worse In 2030?

Grace Kindred, Student Journalist

October 3, 2016


Filed under News, Student Life

Technology can be a good tool for schools, but students often don’t know how to control themselves and be productive around computers and tablets. With students being non-productive around technology, is technology really the best way to go? Antonio Gilbert, a junior at Westview High School, when...

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


Filed under All Around Town, High School, Student Life

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...

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 ...

Stop The Hate. Don’t Discriminate.

Stop The Hate. Don’t Discriminate.

Zoe Soto, Staff

October 1, 2016


Filed under School, Student Life, US & World, World

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,...

Equality In Our Lobo Nation

Equality In Our Lobo Nation

DeAsiah Ball, Staff

October 1, 2016


Filed under Dear Lobo, 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...

Lobo Actors “Breaking a Leg”

Lobo Actors “Breaking a Leg”

Alicia Serrato, Staff

September 27, 2016


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

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...

The Reality of Reality

The Reality of Reality

September 5, 2016


Filed under Connecting the Pack, School, Student Life

  Let’s face it, we’re all about to be young adults or official on our own, and yet it can be so exciting, but it can be a bit nerve wrecking too. Sometimes we have no clue what we are getting ourselves into and for some of us, it’s not easy asking for help. Well lucky for you f...

Eye Bags: I Shouldn’t Have Them This Young

Eye Bags: I Shouldn’t Have Them This Young

Sonia Leyva, Staff

August 30, 2016


Filed under Student Life

90% of students who have committed suicide had an underlying mental illness. Many of you may not be aware that the people around you are struggling to cope with an illness and are quite good at suppressing their feelings, whether it be anxiety, depression and eating disorders etc. Each one can deteriorate...

5 Things That Every Senior Must Complete

5 Things That Every Senior Must Complete

Adrianna Martinez

March 3, 2016


Filed under School, Student Life

Are you a senior? Are you planning on attending college this fall? If so, here are five things you MUST have completed before graduation. Meet with your counselors. Every senior should be meeting with their counselors to figure out if they’re still on the right track. Stop by the guidance offi...

5 Things I Wish I Knew Before Coming Into La Joya

5 Things I Wish I Knew Before Coming Into La Joya

Melanie Gaxiola

February 11, 2016


Filed under Student Life, Uncategorized

1. Know Your Restrooms The night before my first day, I studied the La Joya campus map for a solid 25 minutes, trying to correlate the restrooms to my classes. It's a big school, there's at least one restroom for every two buildings, I should be fine right? WRONG. If you do not know which restrooms a...

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