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The Unknown Objects In the Sky

The Unknown Objects In the Sky

Luis Tapias, Reporter

October 31, 2019

Outer space. People tend to forget that the earth is floating in an immense amount of nothingness, but is there really nothing out there? Many disagree, and use the evidence of UFO sightings as a way to convince others that there is life beyond this planet, while skeptics turn to the excuse that the obj...

Costume Restrictions

Costume Restrictions

Melissa Crist, Editor In Chief of Content

October 31, 2019

Witches, werewolves, and scarecrows galore! With Halloween fast approaching, many  students are in preparation to show off their scary selves at school with their ghouling costumes.  Although dressing up on Halloween promotes school spirit, some students find  themselves getting out of hand and i...

MACES Host’s Successful Movie Night

MACES Host’s Successful Movie Night

Steven Hernandez, Reporter

October 31, 2019

October is the month of scares. People go out to watch horror movies and enjoy the spooky holiday month. Most of the young adults enjoy the horror franchises so much that MACES hosted their first-ever Halloween horror movie night on October 25. There are many popular movies that are loved by everyone such...

The problems of a long lunch line

The problems of a long lunch line

Gustavo Morales, Online Editor

October 30, 2019

Long lunch lines in schools are not uncommon as many kids eat the food that the school provides for them. It is a problem that should be acknowledged by schools. Many students often encounter long lines when trying to get food which can ruin the lunch experience. They are sometimes not even able to ...

Teachers vs Cellphones

Teachers vs Cellphones

Kiana Tapia, Reporter

October 30, 2019

A tool given to some tiny humans at the starting age of two. A tool that the tiny human grows up with, and learns how to live through the screen for the continuation of their lives. “What is your personal opinion on students having their phones in class?” This is a hard question for teachers who ...

Basketball may be the best sport at MACES

Basketball may be the best sport at MACES

Mohamad Saleh, Reporter

September 28, 2019

Basketball is one of the most popular sports in high schools around the country. This sport consists of five players from each team on the court at the same time. There are four quarters with eight minutes each.   ¨I am excited about this upcoming season. I also feel like we can do big thi...

Some juniors hope to attend 2020 Prom

Some juniors hope to attend 2020 Prom

Mohamad Saleh, Reporter

September 27, 2019

Prom is a sacred event that takes place towards the end of the school year and is supposed to only be for seniors. This event is for seniors who want to get together and celebrate one last time with their graduating class.  “Juniors being invited basically breaks the tradition of prom only for seniors,...

Cellphones: Distraction or a Tool?

Cellphones: Distraction or a Tool?

Steven Hernandez, Reporter

September 27, 2019

Cellphones are constantly being debated whether they should be allowed in school or removed completely.  "No, because I want to play in class," Matthew Barajas, a junior, said. This just goes to show that students are heavily addicted to their cellphones, and they are a huge distraction in classes. ...

The World of VSCO Girls

The World of VSCO Girls

Kiana Tapia, Reporter

September 27, 2019

The standard visual of a VSCO girl is a girl with a hydro flask, scrunchies, hair clips, and somebody who repeatedly says “and I oopp” and “sksksksk”. Some may say that this is just a trend that will soon blow over, but others believe that this trend is going to last a season. Honors Biolo...

Potty Party

Potty Party

Destiny Juarez, Reporter

September 27, 2019

“Why is only one restroom open when we have so many?” asks Linzday Hernandez, a 6th grader. It is a common question asked by many students as they wait in the long lines for the restroom.  There are 11 restrooms available to students, but only one restroom is unlocked on each floor during cl...

LGBTQ+ Pride at MACES

LGBTQ+ Pride at MACES

Kate De La Torre, Reporter

September 26, 2019

In current-day society, teenagers all over the world who identify as LGBTQ+ grow up in intolerant families. Teenagers make their way out of what can sometimes be an intolerant household, to school, where in reality, opinions are even more concentrated.  The chances that a school is accepting of di...

How Stress Impacts Students

How Stress Impacts Students

Gustavo Morales, Online Editor

September 26, 2019

Students stressing in school is not uncommon. It is a problem today that should be acknowledged. A student stressing because of school is often a detrimental path that can result in other problems that could negatively impact the student.     “Stress makes me tired, annoyed, and frust...

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