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Truck Vs Car

Luis Gonzalez

May 8, 2019

  So you're coming down to the decision whether you want a truck or a car. Instead of just picking a car randomly by the appearance you should think about the vehicle's condition and the type of vehicle that is right for you. Also you have to take into consideration which vehicle can travel in a c...

Under the Radar

April De La Cruz

March 20, 2019

Bullying can occur anywhere, but high school is where bullying become a breeding ground. Starting a new year we should be able to stop bullying from happening. Bullying can occur from the age of three up to 19 years old. We should be able to stop bullying from happening, now that there’s so much supp...

Feminism

Yadira Figueroa

March 20, 2019

Feminism is a topic that has always been spoken of and present in our society. There are various opinions about feminism and how it has become better, but others may say that there’s still issues with the treatment between women and men. Some women may still want more advocacy to be considered equal...

Call of duty

Daveon Debose

March 20, 2019

Do you play a video game with constant action, vibrant colors, personalization, and the ability to play with friends? If so, Call of Duty is the game for you. Call of Duty is a first person shooter video game franchise, which has been around since 2003. Call of Duty is the best first person shooter g...

CPS’ Finest

Omar Perez

March 18, 2019

From forcing students to go to school in -30 degree weather to underpaying teachers so badly they cancel school for a week, CPS has earned the title of one of the worst school systems in Illinois. Now yes most inner city school systems in America are pretty bad, but CPS is on its own level. CPS is m...

Not Open

Joshua Smith

March 15, 2019

“Not open”, “can’t be in here we are having a meeting”, and “I can’t print my paper”. These are the things you would hear from a Phoenix Military Cadet, why? The library is a place where cadets can go to study, use the computers, check out a book, and even print a paper or two. The libra...

Chromebooks no more

D'ajahnae Croft

March 14, 2019

I thought only the government gave unnecessary fees, not high schools. This year Phoenix Military Academy has changed a lot around: more sets of rules and more opportunities but less resources. This year, students were not given Chromebooks to take home, yet they’re still on our fees. PMA stud...

Lunch Detention

Anthony Catching

March 1, 2019

Phoenix Military Military (PMA) is known to be a highly respected and not to mention disciplined school. But how far can they go to assure this? Lately, PMA has been holding "lunch detentions" as their last resort to discipline the children. Right before class, a staff member is sent classroom to cla...

Controversy or Eye Opener?

Controversy or Eye Opener?

Carlos Renteria

February 15, 2019

The “Me Too” movement has opened the eyes of many about sexual harassment and assault. It has been a way for women to stand for themselves and put up a fight about the harsh reality of having to deal with sexual harassment and assault  daily. The “Me Too” movement was started and brought to the ...

Cats vs. Dogs

Andres Vargas

February 14, 2019

One of the biggest rivalries is between dogs and cats. Dogs are the best route to take when shopping for a pet. A man’s best friend can be anyone's best friends. Dogs come in so many sizes. If you want a small dog, they can weigh from 3.5 pounds to 7 pounds and big dogs can weigh close to 150. Cats ar...

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