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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...

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...

Do You Know What’s In Your Email?

Do You Know What’s In Your Email?

Bryce Hart, Staff

August 26, 2018


Filed under Student Life

mail! Let's talk about it. Did you know that Gmail has added many new features when sending and receiving emails? These many new features can include things such as the brand new self-destructing emails, mail tracking, and the brand new checker plus by Gmail. All of these brand new apps and ext...

School is Our Society

School is Our Society

Dshaun A. Pitre, Staff

March 29, 2018


Filed under All Around Town, Connecting the Pack, High School, School, Showcase, Student Life, Uncategorized, US & World

Feeling welcome is priority. Feeling apart of one is objective. But feeling as if school is another home is GOAL. When you feel as if even though you don't know everybody, everybody is your friends, where all family. Life at school is that much more of a breeze. "Just like family for football, you...

Senior Stress: This is It

Senior Stress: This is It

Joseph Shouse, Staff

November 1, 2017


Filed under College, Connecting the Pack, Counseling Corner, High School, Lobo Spotlight, School, Student Life

It's your senior year at La Joya. You're on the final lap. The final leg. You've gone through three years of positive (or negative!) experiences, and it's the end. So what do you do now? If you're working on graduating, you've probably experienced a sensation known as stress. Stress is defined as...

La Joya Media: The Update

La Joya Media: The Update

Christian Deadwlyer, Staff

August 24, 2017


Filed under Uncategorized

La Joya Community High School will be updating and using its social media accounts in 2017-2018 more than it has previously. The media department at La Joya has big plans for the upcoming year for social media. Students at La Joya have complained about the lack of social media and the lack of interaction...

A change in La Joya’s food

A change in La Joya’s food

Kevin Gil

March 9, 2017


Filed under Food, School

Two out of three meals of the day which is breakfast and lunch, take part in school, with both of them being important for a growing and healthy body. In the morning, breakfast is served before school for students to get the day started right. A few hours later lunch is given out with a different main...

5 Inspirational And Motivational Movies Every Student Needs To Watch

5 Inspirational And Motivational Movies Every Student Needs To Watch

Ricardo Lopez

March 1, 2017


Filed under Movies

With the school year coming to an end it is important to stay motivated and have a good amount of inspiration, to help keep your mind focused. A nd to help with that, here are 5 of the most inspiring and motivational movies that will encourage you to work hard and keep you studying   (WARNING! SPOILERS!)   De...

The Misadventures of College Years (And How to Survive Them)…

The Misadventures of College Years (And How to Survive Them)…

Marissa Torres, Staff

February 3, 2017


Filed under College, School, Student Life

To us teens, college can be interpreted  in many different ways. Due to television and movies, we get a fake glimpse of what college life is like but we can't trust what we see on the screen right? To give us a real scoop of college life and the obstacles that come with it, some of the wonderful teachers...

Are You Really Safe on a School Bus?

Are You Really Safe on a School Bus?

Alexus Marquez, Staff

October 6, 2016


Filed under School

 Are yellow school buses really safe for kids to ride on? In 2015, many yellow buses did not pass 30 percent of their inspections, showing us that children were not really safe on riding a school bus.  "I feel it's a safety hazard" said a student at La Joya Community high school, when asked how ...

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...

Marc Jacobs Runway Controversy Ruining Reputation?

Marc Jacobs Runway Controversy Ruining Reputation?

Jessica Quintana, Staff

October 1, 2016


Filed under Reviews

Marc Jacobs newest season during New York Fashion Week consisted of models wearing faux dreadlocks mainly on Caucasian girls, responding to commenters saying "And all who cry 'cultural appropriation' or whatever nonsense. . ." causing tension. Will this ruin Marc Jacobs reputation? Will it drop down...

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