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Contest brings morning students together to celebrate Halloween

Contest brings morning students together to celebrate Halloween

November 8, 2018

The Magnet Tribune held its annual morning Halloween Traditions Contest on October 31. Here are some pictures and results of this event. Another contest was held for afternoon students during 6th block. Morning Traditions Contest results Scariest: 1st Brenda Aguilar Cutest: 1st Esteban Mel...

The Bug: A student’s knowledge is not reflected by standardized testing

Justyne Bernal, The Bug Columnist

October 5, 2018

Filed under Opinions

While standardized tests such as the SAT, ACT, and STAAR tests show a student’s growth, it does not reflect their full knowledge. According to the KLRN Frontline, the SAT was “first created to identify slow learners so that teachers could give them the attention they needed.” Now, the test is designed to examine and figure out what students’ weaknesses are. It is not rational to base the intelligence of a student on tests. Therefore, students should not have to take standardized tests because they are too stressful,...

The Bug: Say no to arming staff members on campus

The Bug: Say no to arming staff members on campus

May 10, 2018

Photograph: Students interact in a classroom. Creative Commons license It is an essential concern for guardians to know that their children are always out of harm’s way. When they send them off to school, the students are expected to learn and make joyous memories with their classmates. No pa...

Students compare first and latest issues of The Magnet Tribune (video)

December 15, 2017

Several students compare the first-ever and latest edition of The Magnet Tribune student newspaper.

Border town Mayor Pete Saenz speaks about recent political controversies

December 13, 2017

After growing up in Laredo, Texas, and moving away for a while, Pete Saenz decided to be the positive change that he always wanted to see in the place he grew up in. With his bright outlook and respect for the border town and its future, he was elected mayor in November of 2014. Saenz creates positiv...

Nixon graduate finds acceptance of her ethnicity at UT in Austin

September 15, 2017

Racism, bigotry, discrimination: all issues that seem to occur daily despite laws that have been established. With new U.S. president Donald Trump, some people say there has been a rise in the number of people who are being discriminated against, the majority being Mexican. This has given people with...

John V. Puig II, M.D., continues to contribute to sports medicine

March 30, 2017

It took 19 years of studying for John V Puig, II M.D., to become a family medicine physician that specializes in sports medicine. Sports medicine deals with physical fitness and the treatment and prevention of injuries in sports related activities. Although Puig has been a sports medicine doctor fo...

The Texas State Capital in Austin, Texas

The Texas State Capital in Austin, Texas

Justyne Bernal, Staff Writer

March 28, 2017

Filed under Staff Blogs

Photo album of the Texas State Capital building in Austin, Texas.

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