New Years Resolution: Lose Weight

Celeste Guajardo, Reporter

January 13, 2012

Filed under Opinion, Student Life

The first step is sticking to your plan! If you can commit to eating right and doing some daily exercise then you’re on the right track. Smaller portions means cutting down on the regular meals you eat every day. Things to focus on are vegetables, fruits, nuts, whole grains, and proteins. Foods such as broccoli, celery,...

Call To Battle

December 1, 2011

Filed under Opinion

  The fall of 2011 has hosted many new titles of entertainment from big name companies. Of the many held, Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 3 and Battlefield 3 rose above the rest with fierce rivalry. Infinity ward was proud to release the 8th title of the Call Of Duty series November 8, 2011. In its partnership with Treyarch...

Fat is not a Factor: Chris Christie’s Weight Criticized

Fat is not a Factor: Chris Christie’s Weight Criticized

October 8, 2011

With a big candidate came big jokes, but the jokes got very little accolade. Chris Christie, governor of New Jersey wh...

Romo Leads Cowboys 18-16

September 29, 2011

Filed under Opinion, Sports

Yes, the Dallas Cowboys do need to establish a running game. And yes, the Dallas Cowboys did play an overall sloppy game filled with field goals. But a win is a win and the Cowboys are (2-1). "He was an absolute warrior." Dez Bryant says about Tony Romo. Tony Romo at some points had to overcome his teams mistakes playing...

Cults in Society

Adziko Tsatenawa, Reporter

September 10, 2011

Filed under Opinion

In an issue of People magazine Rose McGowan opens up about her experience in being in a cult. She was in the Children of God sect the first nine years of her life until she fled with her father and siblings. McGowan talks about the pressures of being perfect while being in this cult saying, “I was born from the womb with...

It Was Nice to Meet You

Daniela Tijerina

May 31, 2011

Filed under Opinion

I really can't even gather the right words to describe the impact that the newspaper staff has made on me. The first day of school when I walked into the publications room for seventh period I was the new kid and didn't know anyone. That changed incredibly fast. By the time I knew it we were more than just a staff we were...

Be true, Mustangs.

Alexander Almaguer, Reporter

May 31, 2011

Filed under Opinion

It has been 177 days since eager Memorial alumni stepped into the 31-year old school on Hackberry street (I hand-counted the school days on the calendar; y'all better be freaking appreciative), and they're leaving those same doors with 177 days worth of memories. Your next year might have you becoming an upperclassmen, or...

The Royal Wedding

Daniela Tijerina, Reporter

April 29, 2011

Filed under News, Opinion

Today, On April 29, 2011 the wedding of the century took place at Westminster Abbey and the whole world had their eyes on Prince William and Kate Middleton as they began their journey to the altar. After much anticipation since their engagement announcement back in November the two made it official during a traditional Church...

Album Review: Wasting Light by the Foo Fighters

Album Review: Wasting Light by the Foo Fighters

April 25, 2011

The Foo Fighters are group that have always bucked the trend to be lumped into a sub-category of Rock....

Alexander Wang Fall 2011 Review

Daniela Tijerina, Reporter

April 16, 2011

Filed under Entertainment, Fashion, Opinion

Although Alexander Wang is fairly new to the fashion world he has quickly worked his way up the success ladder and made a name for himself. The fall show took place in New York City during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week and took everyone by storm. His interpretation of the fall season was fresh, hip, new, and an alternative to the...

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