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The Outsiders, a banned book?

Lilly Leal, Staff Reporter

February 5, 2016

According to Banned Books; Young Adult Novels, The Outsiders was challenged in the year of 1986, in South Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Churches from the United States have made public statements that the book should be kept away from young readers for the usage of language, drugs, and violence.

Eric Bork pinches good

Fabian Chavira, Staff Reporter

January 28, 2016

Eric Bork is a professional skater who regularly uploads to YouTube to share his love of the sport.  Recently, I reached out to Bork and we Skyped about the changes in the skating industry. Bork's introduction to the sport...

Boys soccer gives it their all

Michelle Ramos, Staff Reporter

December 18, 2015

On December 12, Patrick Evans coached the boys soccer at Valley High School with the help of Mr. David Diaz.  Although the boys got last place, Evans was still keeping his head high, proud of his team.  Evans said, “Don’t...

Girls basketball dominates to take first

Fabian Chavira, Staff Reporter

December 18, 2015

The girls have played in three out of the last four championship games and won them all. In the odd year where the girls were not champions, the Cheser-led squad still placed third.

Yearbook and Journalism classes deserve awards, too!

Ashley Ortega, Editor-in-Chief

December 11, 2015

The awards assembly covers everything from ASB to Hippocrates Circle, but the assembly never gives the students who participate in Journalism and Yearbook any awards.

ASB’s Fun Friday shifts competition to friendship

Lizdy Rosales, Staff Reporter

December 11, 2015

Under Vicario's advice, ASB sought to create a fun event where students could make friends. Fun Fridays will alternate with Spirit Roars, the traditional competitive spirit competitions that ASB holds about once a month.

Lee Denim Day raises money to fight breast cancer

Julie Phan, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2015

MacArthur raised $610.10 this year from 15 staff members and 148 students. The donated money was collected by Skipper and went to the American Cancer Society, the largest voluntary health organization in the United States.

Volleyball team returns with a championship

Itzel Quiroz, Staff Reporter

November 10, 2015

The girls volleyball team coached by Mrs. Arriola Carrigan and Mrs. Maryellen Primm won the championship on October 24 at Saddleback High School.  According to Carrigan the team worked hard and were dedicated and tried their...

MacArthur football team wins another championship

Josh Trevino, Staff Reporter

November 10, 2015

The MacArthur football team showed their spirit, pride and achievement and took first place in the football tournament on October 24 at Saddleback High School. The MacArthur football team had 24 players and had three managers....

MAP Tests continue to measure student growth

Marcus Onofre, Staff Reporter

February 5, 2015

For the second time this year, MacArthur Intermediate has taken the MAP Test.  Using a special testing schedule on January 21 and 22, every student tested with their second period for a two-hour block at the start of the day. ...

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