Author: theeaglesvoice

Aggression Calls By The Silver Screen

October 22, 2019

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Influence Through Media

October 21, 2019

By: Emily Lovos Do you or any of your relatives watch thriller or horror movies very often? If so, do you notice any difference after watching them? This article is about how violent movies affect us as viewers. In this article, I am going to explain why researchers believe that movies that contain violent scenes […]

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Lady Eagles First Win of the Season

October 21, 2019

By: Naimah Adallah Bam!! She hit the ball for the win! Are they going to get the point? That was the sound of the crowd watching the Lady Eagles play. Now, let’s go back to the beginning. I asked the coaches and the Lady Eagles questions about how they felt about the game and how […]

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Downtown

May 27, 2019

By: Antonieta Larranaga

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Game, Set and Kick

May 27, 2019

By: Kyra McGill This school year I played soccer for the first time ever and I had quite a good time. I learned different things like passing. But the most exciting of all was that eventually I scored my first goal. These were just some of the things that I had experienced that made me […]

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Log Out

May 27, 2019

By: Alison Silva Typing…click…sent…! Don’t you get tired of texting or scrolling through social media? Social media has become so common and popular within a range of ages. Nowadays, teens opt to spend “an average of nine hours a day online,” according to Common Sense Media. Today, if you were to ask a teen what […]

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Am I Good Enough?!

May 27, 2019

By: Brissa Espinoza Over the years I have seen people having different opinions of how we should look or act in front of society. People have started having expectations on how to be the perfect child, adult, or even teenagers. For example, girls are expected to sit in a lady-like manner, or they must have […]

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Knowledgeable

May 27, 2019

By: Valeria Gonzalez The definition of knowledgeable is to develop and use conceptual understanding; exploring knowledge across a range of disciplines. We engage with issues and ideas that have local and global significance. Daisy Ruano was chosen to be interviewed for the learner attribute: knowledgeable. I managed to ask her a few questions during school […]

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Saying Goodbye to a Legend

May 27, 2019

By: Tiffany Ramos In the history of the National Basketball Association (NBA), many players have been retired, but very few have impacted the people or a city the way Dirk Nowitzki did. The city of Dallas, home town of the Mavericks, was counting the days that the legend and most beloved player, Dirk Nowitzki, will […]

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The Dallas Morning News

May 25, 2019

By: Joana Murillo “Build The News Upon The Rock of Truth and Righteousness; Conduct It Always Upon The Lines of Fairness And Integrity; Acknowledge The Right of The People to Get From the Newspaper Both Sides of Every Important Question!” This amazing and inspiring quote was the first thing I saw when I walked in […]

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