The Jagwire

Immigration laws have lasting impact

Sophia Ortiz, Staff Writer

April 19, 2018

Immigration has been a very controversial topic in the world. Each year the deportation rate increases vastly and separates hundreds of families apart. Immigration into the U.S. can provide to those who seek freedom and opport...

Resorting to Violence

Asa Rice, Staff Writer

December 11, 2014

In the world we live in today, most people automatically resort to violence when confronted with any type of conflict. Almost every day, we see terrorist attacks, rioting, or unlawful killing in the news. Violence is often started...

Are Class Rings Worth the Money?

Mia Williams, Editor

December 4, 2014

At the beginning of a student’s junior year, they are given the option to buy a class ring. They generally range from $200-$400, and symbolize a student’s time in high school and the memories and relationships they’ve built. As...

Should Sex Ed Be Taught In Schools?

Vin Nguyen, Staff Writer

October 29, 2014

Sexual Education is an important subject within our society. In Texas alone, 76,400 adolescent girls are impregnated every year. In order to decrease that number, Texas should adopt a new, more developed and inclusive policy that...

Why Does Education Matter, Anyway?

Kevin Booza, Staff Writer

October 21, 2014

Education is the lifeline of our society. Without education there would be no governments, countries, or civilizations. Civilization only began once groups of people started to learn basic skills such as making fires, hunting,...

The Dark Side of Technology

Vin Nguyen, Staff Writer

October 7, 2014

Not too long ago, social networking wasn’t important, but between Twitter, Snapchat, and Facebook, it has become extremely prevalent in today’s society. Cell phone usage is exponentially progressing as years go by and technology...

Gun Rights vs. Gun Control

Kevin Booza, Staff Writer

September 25, 2014

The debate about guns is a sensitive subject for many. Sides that support guns and sides that oppose them feel strongly about their opinion. Many who are opposed mainly focus on the bad that very few people commit using guns rather...

The Price of Homecoming

Asa Rice, Staff Writer

September 25, 2014

With the jingling of homecoming bells through the hallway and mums and boutonnieres being displayed proudly throughout the building, homecoming is a day that a majority of students celebrate. Not many students understand or pay...

One Way or No way

Nyesha Miller, Staff Writer

September 19, 2014

Toward the end of last school year, teachers started enforcing the rule that students could only go one way at the spot where D-hall intersects the stairs. Many people have a problem with this because it causes them to be late...

Discrimination Is Everywhere

Teressa Leffall, Staff Writer

September 4, 2014

Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson shot and killed Michael Brown, an unarmed African American 18-year-old, on Aug. 9.  Eyewitnesses say that Brown was killed while in the midst of trying to surrender. The issue of Ferguson...

New Enforcement of Old Rules

Asa Rice, Staff Writer

May 23, 2014

Recently, the faculty decided to begin enforcing rules and making new rules that have not been enforced all year long. Some examples of such rules are changing of seating in the cafeteria, not allowing students to leave his or...

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