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Contemplating Disney

April Valdez, Staff Writer

September 18, 2013


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I can assume we are all aware of THE Disney.  There are just a few minor thing that i just don't get? I know, who am I to judge the movies of childhood? Right? I guess that's not the point. I'd like to read what other people might think of some disney stuff, so just let me know what you might think!...

Me, the grass and my ‘children’ are happy

Me, the grass and my ‘children’ are happy

Mark Webber, Instructor

September 18, 2013


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Lots of rain from Ingrid has made me, the grass and my "children" happy. Nowadays, my "children" are all of the plants the missus and I have planted and that are growing big very fast because of us watering a lot, and now because of rain from Ingrid. With the months of 100-degree heat we've had...

Starting Off With A Win

Vanessa Torres, Staff Writer

September 18, 2013


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On September 6, 2013, the Nixon Mustangs took on Eagle Pass with an out of town football game. I'm in band, and since it was the first game of the season, meaning that we were going to perform the first movement of our marching show named "Goddess." I'm in color guard, so my whole team and I were...

Why me?

Diana Zamarripa, Staff Writer

September 17, 2013


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I don’t know what’s wrong with me that I can never come out good in a picture. I have tried so hard to smile and when I think I am smiling then I see the picture and I look sad. I’m tired that I can’t smile. My friends wanted to take pictures of me but I can’t. I don’t know how to smile....

Half a Blanket

Diana Zamarripa, Staff Writer

September 13, 2013


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Appreciate what you have because it might not always last. Remember everything that they sacrificed for you, and you don’t treat them like they never treated you. “There was once a young man, and that man fell in love. He got married with the love of his life. They had one child, a wonderful little...

Never trust everyone

Martha Inguanzo, Staff writer

September 12, 2013


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So there's this girl that I kind of see as a friend, but at the same time don’t. She is my sister's sister-in-law. She is ruining my life! This girl I used to hate her a lot; but then as I got to know her we kind of started getting along. Time passed and I actually started seeing her as a good friend,...

Welcome back! (or) Welcome to class!

Mark Webber, Adviser

August 21, 2013


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Welcome back, all of you who were in class last year, and a welcome to class to everybody who is new to the print journalism/online media program. The program reflects the changes in the Communication industry. Print journalism now involves not only the traditional genre's of writing for newspapers and photojournalism, but also podcasting (audio programming...

The fascinating things we learn on our Texas State trips

The fascinating things we learn on our Texas State trips

Mark Webber, Instructor

November 2, 2012


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Originally published Friday, November 2, 2012 Going to Mass Comm Week has taught me so much! I hope students have also learned a lot. Every year is an eye opener. It's meant so much personal growth for me, and I'm sure students learn a lot. We're privileged to attend sessions for free that cos...

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