Justin Bieber: Never Say Never Review

Daniela Tijerina, Reporter

February 26, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Opinion

I will never say never, thanks to Justin Bieber. This weekend I saw Justin's latest project, Justin Bieber: Never Say Never. The movie followed Justin's journey to his sold out show in Madison Square Garden. I left the the theatre captivated as well as motivated to never back down when it comes to my aspirations. As cliched...

To Download or Not to Download?

Alexander Almaguer

February 17, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Opinion

What if a one dollar song could end up costing you $150,000? That’s the problem with illegal downloading. Downloading music off of the internet has become such a common occurrence that people don’t even think about it anymore, and most don’t know it’s illegal. A woman in Minnesota was fined 1.9 million dollars for...

Chanel S/S 2011 Review

Daniela Tijerina, Reporter

February 14, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Fashion, Opinion

This season was a stroll in the Lagerfeld Park for the casted models. The production of the show was definitely what stood out the most, it was as beautiful and as innovative as always, thanks to the man in charge, Karl Lagerfeld. He has managed to create a different collection that has brought forth his personal influence on the...

Z-Magic

Tess Cagle

February 3, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Student Life

The crowd stands in awe as Zac Eckstein (12) performs his magic at McAllen’s monthly ArtWalk. This would be Eckstein’s second year performing at ArtWalk, and sixth year performing magic. Eckstein has been actively performing magic since he was about 12 years old, and he was “bit by the bug” of magic at a “Magic Wo...

Miu Miu S/S 2011 Review

Daniela Tijerina, Reporter

January 20, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Fashion, Opinion

Walking on the runway to the sound of a beautifully orchestrated soundtrack created by Frederic Sanchez, Iconic Brand Prada’s Little Sister Miu Miu exhibits their vision for the spring/summer season. Miuccia Prada experimented with brighter, edgier, and more futuristic colors for her spring collection, which is not to commonly...

Back to Black and White

Alexander Almaguer

January 20, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Student Life

We live in a world of technology. No longer do you have to wait 10 minutes to connect to the Internet; you can now watch a movie on your cellphone in that same amount of time. Everything around us is changing, and it seems like they have a gadget for everything. Now, books, of all things, have been added to the technology world....

In The City, Lourdes Garcia (12th)

Daniela Tijerina, Reporter

December 6, 2010

Filed under Entertainment, Fashion, Opinion

I met Lourdes Garcia (12), who goes by Lulu, because we happen to have seventh period toghether. Ever since the first day of school I had noticed her unique and chic sense of style. I admire that she takes risks with her wardrobe and I have found that she is one of the only people that I have met who can succesfully pull off ...

Cranes for a Cure

Tess Cagle, Reporter

November 29, 2010

Filed under Entertainment, Student Life

This year’s fall show, A Thousand Cranes, was about Sadako Sasaki’s case of leukemia because of the atom bomb that fell on Hiroshima during World War II. The main character tries to fold 1000 cranes before she dies so she can make a wish to get well. Tech theatre teacher, Deeana Garza, decided to dedicate this show to all...

What Are YOUR Beats?

November 29, 2010

Filed under Entertainment, Opinion

The white, characteristic cords of iPod headphones are disappearing: different colors and designs of headphones for every style of music are taking their place. Whether headphones fit someone's style or musical taste, they serve a purpose. The way we listen to music is changing. Why is this? What is it in music that moves...

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