Eye of the Lobo

La Joya Lobos Going to Playoffs

La Joya Lobos Going to Playoffs

David Vazquez, Staff

October 31, 2019

AVONDALE- 2019 is the year where our La Joya Football Team goes to championship, they have shown and put in work through this entire season, had their ups and downs, and drama in-between. Yet through all of that, they continued to strive for championships. All of the brotherhood go to prac...

More Than Just an Athlete: Carlos Fernandez

More Than Just an Athlete: Carlos Fernandez

Alyssa Elizalde, staff

September 27, 2019

AVONDALE- Starting out as just an ordinary high school student, Carlos Fernandez was a freshman when he decided to start playing football. The decision he made on that day impacted his life in a positive way and is now a senior in high school. He's confident in the way he plays the game. Fernandez ...

Suicide Awareness: Are You Aware?

Suicide Awareness: Are You Aware?

Isaac Taylor, Staff

September 24, 2019

AVONDALE- Suicide is a spreading epidemic and many people with mental illness will often resort to this if they don't have the proper help or resources to help them through the darkness. In 2018 suicide was actually the second leading cause of death in the united states of America with a rate of 14 suicides in ages 10 between 25. As you can see, teens ar...

4Ocean

4Ocean

Jasmine Avechucho, Staff

September 9, 2019

AVONDALE- 4ocean is a charity that helps clean up our ocean that is currently cover of trash by purchasing a bracelet, you can remove one pound of trash in the ocean and coastline for only $20. "I like how I can help save the world by just purchasing a bracelet for $20 and I also like how cute t...

Age of Natural Beauty

Age of Natural Beauty

DeAsiah Ball, Editor

February 6, 2019

In the most recent years' black women around the world have been growing out and showing off their natural hair. Women have been showing off the natural hair look since the early 2000s, but it didn’t become extremely popular since around 2016. Though before this, many women were wearing their hair...

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...

The Thoughts No One Wants To Think

The Thoughts No One Wants To Think

Elysia Casillas, Vice President of Skills USA

November 1, 2018

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

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...

High School Romance

High School Romance

Isaac Taylor, Staff

September 20, 2018

 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 Stresses of Brain Cancer

The Stresses of Brain Cancer

Elysia Casillas, Staff

August 24, 2018

Throughout our lives, there will always be those hard times. Whether, its school exams, sports championships, or in some cases, brain cancer. There is this common misconception that cancer only affects the patients. Coming straight from Josefina Banda, (top-left) ,a primary lymphoma patient, has...

Carlos Gracia Headed For The Air Force

Carlos Gracia Headed For The Air Force

Ciara Alvarez, Staff

February 12, 2018

Has the thought ever crossed your mind where you are stuck between going to college or to fight for our country? Well 18-year-old Carlos Gracia, one of La Joya Community High School Seniors, is set for the U.S. Air Force this coming spring and/or summer. Carlos just recently enlisted for the U.S....

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