Monthly Archives: April 2013

St. Patrick’s Day

          St. Patrick’s Day                      By: Alena Ramos, Staff Writer   We celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day because it’s a cultural and religious holiday we celebrate it on March 17, the anniversary of Saint Patrick’s death. The reason we … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day By: Caitlyn Sandoval & Melody Garcia (Staff Writers)   International Women’s Day is a holiday that is, well, pretty self-explanatory. It is a day where women’s rights really go into focus. This holiday has been going on … Continue reading

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Spring Fashion Review

Spring Fashion Review By: Caitlyn Sandoval (Staff Writer) There is a lot of things to wear for the spring time. During Spring the weather gets a least a little warmer. Sometimes it can be a little windy, but for the … Continue reading

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Spring Tech Review: Playstation 4

PlayStation 4 Written by:Jessica Santiago   The company Playstation has done it again with their new Playstation 4! This revolutionary gaming system promised better graphics . This amazing company has one thing in mind and that is to ‘fight the … Continue reading

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Spring Break Place to Go: Sky Zone

Sky Zone Review By: Jazmin Sierra and Jessica Santiago, staff writers Sky Zone is a cool indoor trampoline park that is the world’s first  all-trampoline, walled playing courts. In fact, Sky Zone was awarded a United States Patent. Sky Zone … Continue reading

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Spring Reading: The Fault In Our Stars

The Fault in our Stars Book Review By: Nick and Alex Maculam, staff writers   The Fault in Our Stars is the fourth novel by John Green, published in January 2012. John Green grew up in Orlando, Florida, before attending Indian Springs School, a … Continue reading

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Two Years Before Hoverboards

Two Years Before Hoverboards By: Aaron McGuire and Tony Chong, staff writers   Our story begins at a 7-Eleven. A really cool guy named Aaron was chilling there waiting for his even cooler friend, Tony. From a distance, he could … Continue reading

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No Regular April Fools Day

No Regular April Fool’s Day By: Melody Garcia (Staff Writer)             Hello! It’s Maci, again; obviously. Sometimes, I wonder if you guys get bored of me talking and you want to hear Brayden or Eli or Isaac, but I guess … Continue reading

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No Regular Easter

No Regular Easter By: Melody Garcia, Staff Writer             Hello! I’m back and have fully recovered from the flu. Today is Sunday, March 31 and it’s Easter! Everyone is coming over, but Brayden is here early, as usual. It’s eight … Continue reading

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A Little Help On Easter

A Little Help on Easter By: Katherine Vu, staff writer I was really competitive You could ask anyone Getting all the eggs on Easter Every year I always won But then something happened It involved a little boy To some … Continue reading

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What To Do Now….

What To Do Now… By: Phoebe Kim, staff writer             What to do now? I already did all the pranks I can think of, but I know Dana will think of something big soon. You see, Dana and I have … Continue reading

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Cracking Eggs

Cracking Eggs by Hana Lee, staff writer             I couldn’t wait for my family’s annual easter egg hunt! It was odd though, since this year it wasn’t in April, it was on March 31st.There would always be a golden egg, … Continue reading

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An Annoying Saint Patrick’s Day

An Annoying Saint Patrick’s Day by Jenny Pham (staff writer)             I sighed. It was Saint Patrick’s day. I am not going outside today. It was Sunday, so no school to tell people to stop pinching! Geez, you do not … Continue reading

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Never Hate Easter

Never Hate Easter By: Katherine Vu, staff writer “You Easter hater!” Max, my little brother, screamed as he ran into my room. I zipped my backpack closed and set it down on a chair. “What?” “What’s wrong with you?!” he … Continue reading

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Adventures in Art

Adventures in Art with Mrs. Sukal By: Alex and Nicholas Maculam, staff writers What a cold, windy day for Adventures in Art!  Better to be indoors today doing something fun! On Wednesday, February 20th,  Ms.Nunes’ P.E classes had Adventures in Art. … Continue reading

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Let’s Clean Up Our Act

What’s Happening to Our Campus? By: Katherine Vu and Jenny Pham, staff writers   Recently, our campus has been a sight to see, but not necessarily in a good way. Chip bags, soda cans, paper, and other bits of trash … Continue reading

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Comic Strip – Wear Green

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Fun Things To Do In The Spring

Fun Things to do in Spring By: Phoebe Kim, staff writer             Winter has now finished in a strong storm, so now it’s time to enjoy the spring breeze. The sun is waking, and you can see the flowers blooming … Continue reading

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Mrs. Vasquez, New Cafeteria Manager

Mrs. Vasquez, New Cafeteria Manager! By: Megan Born and Alejandra Garcia, Staff Editors Have you met Mary-Lou Vasquez? Shes the new cafeteria manager here at Magruder! She was born on September 27. She is married and has 4 kids. All … Continue reading

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Mr. Roulette, Assistant Principal

Interview with Mr. Roulette By: Tony Chong and Aaron McGuire, staff writers Most of us all know who Mr. Mark Roulette is by now. For those of you who don’t know him, you should get to know him. Mr. Roulette … Continue reading

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Get Ready for the Variety Show!

Get Ready for the Variety Show By: Melody Garcia, Staff Writer             Hello students of Magruder Middle School! The Variety Show is closing in fast. Anyone can do it and it’s super easy to get your acts together! Just audition … Continue reading

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Show Your Support During Spirit Week!

Spirit Week! By: Alejandra Garcia, staff writer        Spirit Week is this week,  April 1st to the 5th. If you are new to Magruder, you should know that spirit week is a whole week of dressing up in different things … Continue reading

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Exxon Mobil Field Trip – Girls in Engineering

Exxon Mobil Field Trip – “Girls In Engineering” By:Cody Davis, staff writer On March 27th, forty of our Magruder eighth grade girls went on a field trip to Exxon Mobil and what they had to say was surprising. “It was … Continue reading

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Honorary Service Awards Dinner

HSA Dinner Awards Staff Writer: Phoebe Kim          Our proud Magruder Middle School held the annual Honorary Service Awards on February 26, on a Tuesday evening. The staff that won some special awards came to the dinner. The winners of … Continue reading

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