Monthly Archives: January 2014

Chinese New Year

KUNG  HEI FAT CHOY By:Carly Phu, staff writer On the breezy day of January 31st many people around the world celebrated the Chinese New Year, Lunar New Year, and the Spring Festival.The Chinese New Year is an important Chinese holiday … Continue reading

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Music Review: The Neighbourhood

Music Spotlight: The Neighbourhood    By Colby H., Staff Writer   The band The Neighbourhood, (THE NBHD) was formed in August of 2011. This band consists of five members, Jesse Rutherford, Jeremy Freedman, Zach Abels, Mikey Margott, and Bryan Sammis (former … Continue reading

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Garden Guru Club

Garden Guru Interview By: Bryan L., Staff Writer   What is Garden Guru? Garden Guru is a club that meets every Friday after school in room 17. Everyone walks to the garden and plants new crops. The garden is across … Continue reading

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App Review: Instagram

Instagram App Review By: Marcus M., and Colby H., Staff Writers Do you like taking photos, but just can’t share them with your friends? Try downloading Instagram off the App Store or Google Play. On this amazing app you can … Continue reading

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Video Game Review: Sonic Lost World

Sonic Lost World Review      by Ryan G., Staff Writer Since the Sonic fan-base can never decide what they want when the next 3D next gen Sonic game came out  they had very mixed reactions half of the fan-base saying … Continue reading

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Vietnamese New Year

The Origin of Vietnamese New Year By: Jenny C. & Megan K., staff writers Chuc Mung Nam Moi! In other words, Happy New Year, in Vietnamese! Have you ever heard of that before? Have you ever celebrated Vietnamese New Year? … Continue reading

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Movie Review:Frozen

Frozen Review By: Jenny T., Staff Writer           “Winter’s a good time to stay in and cuddle, but put me summer and I’ll be a… happy snowman!” A quote from everyone’s favorite snowman, Olaf! Disney’s newest movie, Frozen, came out … Continue reading

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Student of the Month Per.3

SOMA 3 By: Sarah B., Staff Writer Every month teachers congratulate outstanding students for being good in their subject and for citizenship. This month it’s third period. All of these students worked really hard for this award. So let’s congratulate  … Continue reading

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Music Review: One Direction

One Direction By: Alyssa A. and Kenadi K., Staff Writers   The English-Irish pop boy band based in London are, Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles, and Louis Tomlinson. One Direction has 3 albums, which are, “Up all … Continue reading

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Music Review: Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus by: Alyssa A. & Jenny T., staff writers   Miley Cyrus came in like a wrecking ball. From her hair cut, to her songs, who knows what’s next?! 21 year old, Miley Cyrus was born on November 23, … Continue reading

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Grades of Green Team Presents Program to Magruder

Grades of Green By: Khanh P. & Nayrovi P., staff writers   Did you notice that our school has been more clean recently? Thanks to the Grades of Greens program, which is a program that helps us recycle and protect the … Continue reading

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Samurai Siege Review

Samurai Siege Review   By: Bryan L. and Jenny C., staff writers   What is Samurai Siege? Samurai Siege is a strategy game made by Space Ape Games that is similar but in ways, different than Clash of Clans. The … Continue reading

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Minecraft on PS3

Minecraft on PS3     By: Bryan L., Staff Writer   What, there is now Minecraft on PS3? If you haven’t noticed that Minecraft is now on the PS3, then you are way behind. Minecraft for PS3 was released December 2013 … Continue reading

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SOMA Per 3 and The Renaissance Program

SOMA Per.3 By: Jenny C. and Megan K., staff writers SOMA is here!  SOMA is a great assembly for showing the students, teachers, and principals who really participates in class and works their hardest.  So let’s give it up for the … Continue reading

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Ms. Nunez, our Assistant Principal

 Interview with Ms. Nunes, our Assistant Principal By: Megan K. and Khanh P.,staff writers             We have a new assistant principal on our campus, and she is also our P.E. teacher.  She has been working … Continue reading

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Magruder’s Annual Geography Bee

Geography Bee By: Megan K. and Nayrovi P., staff writers   The geography bee was amazing! The cafeteria was full of students sitting on the floor,talking and anticipating the competition. There were a lot of finalists there to compete and … Continue reading

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Why People Won’t Listen to Me

      Why People Won’t Listen to Me      By Kenadi K., staff writer   Have you ever notice when you say something and no one listens to you. You think it’s because you’re not popular and ugly. Well you … Continue reading

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New Year’s Eve in the United States

New Year’s Eve in the United States By: Amanda A. & Jessica S., staff writers How does the United States of America celebrate New Year’s Eve? See the ball drop in New York City: http://youtu.be/o7yC-01suw0  In the United States, New Year’s … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Despicable Me 2

Despicable Me 2 Review By: Amanda A. and Jessica S., staff writers   Gru, the ex-supervillain is adjusting  to being a dad and has attempted to start an honest jam business, while a secret Arctic laboratory is stolen. The Anti-Villain … Continue reading

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New Year’s Resolution

New Year’s Resolutions By: Lizbeth M., staff writer             “Kristy..Kristy, come on, get up.”  Kristy Marks was in bed, being woken up by her mother.”  Come on Kristy, it’s New Year’s Eve! You don’t want to miss the big party … Continue reading

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Martin Luther King Jr. By: Khanh P. & Nayrovi P, Staff Writers  You may have heard of Martin Luther King Day. But do you know the history behind it? Or is it just a day where we don’t go to school? … Continue reading

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Supporting the King

Supporting The King By:Lizbeth M. and Carly P., staff writers             “Yes! Finally, school’s out for three days!” cheered Samy Ellison as he walked through his front door.”Well you have someone to thank for giving you a third day of … Continue reading

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Music Review: Koan Sound

Music Spotlight: KOAN Sound By: Dustyn C., staff writer             KOAN Sound is a group of two people, Will Weeks and Jim Bastow,  from Bristol, United Kingdom, who are putting a new twist on dubstep .   They initially gained recognition as Dubstep producers, with earlier … Continue reading

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