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Teen opinion split on plastic surgery

Alma Rojas and Gracy Barron

November 17, 2014

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Community, Opinion, Student Life

Cosmetic Surgery is becoming more frequent because of social pressure and teens are split on their own opinion of it. Young men and women want to be accepted socially, (particularly by their peers) and body images this plays...

Students choose their favorite comedy shows

Cathy Bahena, Katia Hernandez, Samantha Cardona, and David Fregoso

November 17, 2014

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Student Life

It seems students need a laugh when it comes to watching television. According to a clinical psychologist Dr. Janina Scarlet, in a web article (“Experts Discuss The Psychology of Cult TV Shows”) “TV shows allow us to...

Mexican Independence Day loses meaning on younger generations

Karla Bravo, Jocelyn Soto, and Brandon Jimenez

November 10, 2014

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Community

When asked about the celebration of Mexican Independence, Morton East High School (where there are about 3400 students 97% of which are Hispanic) did not know of it or celebrate it. Mexican Independence Day or (Dia de la Independecia...

Students have spoken to Los Comales

Alexis Avila, Peter rodriguez, and Lesley Tolentino

November 10, 2014

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Community, News

Los Comales, El Indio, Zacatacos and Guadalupana-- out of these four Mexican Restaurants on Cermak, Los Comales has been placed as number 1 on Cermak. One of the best taqueria places in Cermark son Los Comales. Los Comales is loca...

Game war: Xbox One versus PS4

Alejandro Viramontes, Suly Labrado, and Anazareth Rodriguez

November 7, 2014

Filed under Arts and Entertainment

Nowadays, in the gamer community, many gamers choose the Ps4 over Xbox One. When the PlayStation 4 was released, it surpassed 10 million units sold worldwide, which surpassed Microsoft Xbox One 5 million units, according to Tec...

Horror movies: Old school Vs. New school

Alexandra Ocampo and Guadalupe de la Rosa

November 7, 2014

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Opinion

As far as Morton East high school students feel, the old school horror movies are better than the new ones. In a random survey of 100 Morton East students, 52% said that old horror movies are better. The other 45% said the...

Are the two new iPhones really worth it?

Andrea Crews, reporter

October 15, 2014

Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Community

Are the two new iPhones really worth it in comparison to its Android alternatives? After much research was done, I have come to the conclusion that yes, the iPhones are worth it. On Tuesday, September 10th, the Cupertino-based...

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