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The Netflix Original Show Stranger Things Season 2 Is Out!

The Netflix Original Show Stranger Things Season 2 Is Out!

Zoe Alvarez, Staff Writer

November 14, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

(Warning: this article contains many spoilers, tread with caution as if you were in the upside down.) The Netflix Original, Stranger Things season 2 was released on October 28, 2017. Since then the internet has blown up with reactions such as new theories, pairings, and fan art. Many people were ent...

Dance students present Halloween performance

Dance students present Halloween performance

November 14, 2017


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Dance students performed a show called American Horror Stories in the school's auditorium on October 25.

Music professor Joachim Reinhuber offers performance and history lesson

Music professor Joachim Reinhuber offers performance and history lesson

Anna Davenport

October 10, 2017


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Texas A&M Kingsville music professor Joachim Reinhuber offered a recital and the history of the songs he performed in the auditorium on Friday, October 6.

Chess Club members aim for tournament victories

Chess Club members aim for tournament victories

Addy Melgar, Staff Writer

October 6, 2017


Filed under Features, Magnet Magazine, Showcase

Chess Club sponsor Aemie Martinez started learning how to play chess along with some of the Chess Club members. “I enjoy having the students teach me how to play, and I think I have gotten a little better over the last few months because I get to play them,” Martinez said. Martinez said she...

Cosplayers and memorabilia rule at STCE’s 2017 comic con (photos and video)

Cosplayers and memorabilia rule at STCE’s 2017 comic con (photos and video)

October 4, 2017


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There were plenty of cosplayers and memorabilia at the South Texas Collectors Expo at Laredo Energy Arena on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. Here's a look at the fun....

FBI agent recalls aftermath of terrorist attack on World Trade Center

FBI agent recalls aftermath of terrorist attack on World Trade Center

Zoe Alvarez, Staff Writer

October 3, 2017


Filed under Features, Magnet Magazine, Showcase

Firefighters examine the rubble of left after the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001, in New York City. The remains of the World Trade Center smoldered for days after the attacks on September 11, 2001. “Kieran, wake up and turn on the TV,” she said. He was so tired but woke up. “Aunty,...

Former student returns as a student teacher in his fine arts area

Former student returns as a student teacher in his fine arts area

Dafne Naranjo, Staff Writer

October 3, 2017


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“Mr. Carroll, he made me fall in love with theater,” is the reason Martin Vela is student teaching here this fall. “He would always say, ‘Theater is a laboratory for everything else.’ You use all the different subjects so I see it that way as well,” he said. Vela used to be a student...

Student teacher hopes to show her future students they can always be more

Student teacher hopes to show her future students they can always be more

Emilia Vela, Staff Writer

October 3, 2017


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Former Alexander High School student Maria Enriquez is in her last semester of college before she graduates, and is spending her last semester as a student teacher here. She was chosen to shadow Ricardo Carrillo, the Pre-AP English II teacher, for the rest of the semester to learn and observe what...

16 de septiembre event is held at VMT to celebrate and show culture (video and photos)

16 de septiembre event is held at VMT to celebrate and show culture (video and photos)

September 25, 2017


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Afternoon students celebrated 16 de septiembre with a program of traditional songs and dance, in the auditorium....

Social Studies teacher discusses grading AP exams

Social Studies teacher discusses grading AP exams

Briana Sepulveda, Staff Writer

September 25, 2017


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A teacher who is also an AP reader is filled with inspiration and dedication and aspires to help students strive to be the best. Sean Gaynor has been teaching Social Studies for about 12 years; 7 of the years consisted of being an Advanced Placement teacher. Along with his career he decided to become an...

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