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Wrestling trials: “Mom tries to make me eat, but I must lose weight”

Maria Camacho

December 13, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Sports, Sports Showcase

Wrestling season began in November, and since then there have been complaints of wrestlers not being able to eat or drink. Something that according to the school nurse, does nothing but make the body go into starvation mode. Is...

Out-of-school suspension: a teen boy’s 10-day diary


December 13, 2016

Filed under Community, Opinion, Student Life

Initially, one might think that 10 days off of school is a vacation.  Not so! Ten days doesn't fly by like you would think it would.  Instead, it drags.  You spend a lot of your time worrying whether you are going to be...

Morton East staff

Morton East staff

May 25, 2016

Can’t Believe a Word You Say

Giselle Zamora, Becky Martinez, and Janet hernandez

March 4, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

Lying has been describe as one of the most fundamental human activities. Lying has been a part of history since before Christ. Telling more complicated creative lies or little white lies:  we all have done it. A lie is a statement that is known or intended by its source to be mislea...

Editorial: Shrimping supports “slavery”

Cristian Garcia and Flor Diaz

January 21, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Some of the biggest retailers and restaurants around the world including  Walmart and Red-Lobster have been selling shrimp tainted by slaves in Factories in Thailand ( including migrant workers and children. Thailand is one...

Student lead prayer shows faith on the field

Monse Sanchez, Reporter

January 19, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Student Life

Prayer on the field can cause controversy, but many of our Morton athletes choose to pray before a game. Just recently it cost a coach's job in Bremerton High School in Seattle, Washington.  His spotlight prayer at the homecoming...

Senioritis? Get immunized!

Rickey Ledezma and Benjamin Morales

January 19, 2016

Filed under News, Opinion, Student Life

There are students that cannot participate in activities because they are slacking off. As of now there are twenty-five percent of seniors that are not allowed to attend prom. Students are not doing their work or they are...

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