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The Bug: … And now I present you the graduating class of 2014

Jessica Arroyo, The Bug Columnist

May 22, 2014

Filed under Opinions

he time that we have been counting down to has finally arrived. We are no longer going to be under the safety net that we call high school. Four long years have passed on by, and now we are all going to stand together once more for the last time. These were truly the best years of my life. These yea...

Observations: Overrated Love

Elizabeth Flores, Observations Columnist

April 25, 2014

Filed under Opinions

Love is horrible, isn’t it? It opens your chest and your heart. It gives someone the opportunity to get inside you and mess you up. That one emotion gives a person the power to break down the wall you have built up since you first realized fairytales aren’t real. That one person, a stupid person,...

Are video games that violent?

Christopher Cantu, Columnist

February 7, 2014

Filed under Opinions, Staff Blogs

For some time now, there have been many confrontations concerning the violence in the different varieties in video games that are being sold on the market today. The violence in many of these video games concerns mainly the parents. Some parents say they are worried that the violence in some of these...

Gamebreaker: Video games impact today’s society

January 29, 2014

Filed under Audio, Opinions

Magnet Tribune Gamebreaker columnists Robert Alvarez and Chris Cantu discuss parents' concerns about video games.

Waffle Iron: You, gossip, and Facebook

Waffle Iron: You, gossip, and Facebook

Susana Ginez, Martha Inguanzo, and Diana Zamarripa

January 24, 2014

Filed under Opinions, Showcase

Scrolling through Facebook and seeing gossip about yourself.

Observations: Lonely and lost teens

Elizabeth Flores, Observations Columnist

December 9, 2013

Filed under Opinions

A teenage mind will always be confusing. Come close to one that isn’t your child: notice their every move and every thought and tell me how you react. Trust me, you’ll be scared of all the negativity, hate, and anger that build up in a tiny body.  The thought of suicide eats the mind little ...

The Bug — Our Generation: What have we become?

Jessica Arroyo, The Bug Columnist

December 4, 2013

Filed under Opinions

The world we once knew has changed right before our eyes. Take one good look around you and you will see that nothing is the same anymore. By this I mean the youth. Teenagers. Young adults. Whatever we are. Our generation is going to run the world one day… and that’s something to be afraid of. We a...

Adie Thinks: People should stop judging people by their age; age does not determine maturity

Adie Flores, Adie Thinks columnist

September 25, 2013

Filed under Opinions

I really dislike how people judge a person by their age. “Oh you're just sixteen. What problems do you have going on, or what do you have to worry about? You're careless and reckless.” Well STRANGER, you do not know my life nor do you know what responsibilities I have. Tell me is it easy f...

Observations: Stressing and no help given

Elizabeth Flores, Observations Columnist

September 24, 2013

Filed under Opinions

All my childhood I grew up loving math, I was a nerd, a straight A math genius. I had no problem in passing the subject. I could understand it perfectly, and paying attention to the class was no hassle. However at the middle of 8 grade year I got a bit distracted and went down. Eventually I picked up...

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