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Observations: War affects families and soldiers

Observations: War affects families and soldiers

Delilah Gonzalez, Observations Columnist

February 15, 2015


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Have you seen the movies American Sniper and Fury? Both movies deal with war, and in my opinion they both show their realities of war – each with their main characters facing moral dilemmas. American Sniper is based on the late Chris Kyle, a Navy SEAL sniper who has killed over 160 of the enemy i...

Observations: Traits best friends have in common

Delilah Gonzalez, Observations columnist

December 10, 2014


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Not all the time do best friends have a lot in common, but their trust and love is stronger as they become best friends. There’s many reasons to keep a best friend, especially if you have a lot in common, like not liking the same people, loving the same type of music or singer, and having a birthday i...

Observations: Secrets are meant to be kept

Delilah Gonzalez, Observations Columnist

November 20, 2014


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Secrets should never be shared, especially if told in confidence. If shared, it could lead to unwanted audiences, start rumors, and break up friendships. Secrets are meant to be kept, not shared. If a secret is given to you it’s the reason for that person trusting you. If he/she tells you “I trust...

Counter-arguments to arguments of PC gaming vs. console gaming

Counter-arguments to arguments of PC gaming vs. console gaming

Edward Barrera, Staff Writer

November 19, 2014


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PC vs console. It’s a “battle” that’s been going on ever since they've been getting the same games. People have their reasons why they prefer one over the other. That’s no different for consoles and PCs. However, some claims are invalid. I’ll be addressing some of those arguments with a...

The Bug: Pick up the pieces and move on

Martha Inguanzo, The Bug Columnist

November 17, 2014


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Boys and girls tend to stop believing in love as soon as they get hurt … Let me tell you about a friend of mine. Let’s call her Marlene. Marlene had gotten hurt once and was afraid to “love” again, but as the time passed she realized that when she said to that person (which during that time...

Waffle Iron: You’re Never Too Old

Waffle Iron: You’re Never Too Old

Michelle Fraire, Waffle Iron Cartoonist

October 20, 2014


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MT photo by Michelle Fraire

Waffle Iron: Fishman’s First Day of School

Waffle Iron: Fishman’s First Day of School

Michelle Fraire, Staff Writer

September 22, 2014


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Fashion Hallway: Body modifications, tattoos and piercings

Fashion Hallway: Body modifications, tattoos and piercings

Jessica Arroyo and Elizabeth Flores

May 27, 2014


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Guys, we’re glad to announce that we’re in our last few days of high school, which means we are passing down the fashion column to another fanatic of fashion. Now don’t be sad, this is not a goodbye but a see you soon, hopefully to help those in need for fashion advice. So here goes the last column...

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