A walk through the past

Irene Delgado, Newspaper writer

May 17, 2019


Filed under News

"We do not remeber days, we remember moments. The richness of life lies in memories we have forgotten," a quote by Cesare Pavese. As the school year is coming to an end, the school will be taking all the seniors to their past elementary schools as a walk from their past till now as they will be graduating...

Baseball Playoffs

Irene Delgado, Newspaper writer

May 17, 2019


Filed under News, Sports

To begin, this year the boys varsity baseball team headed into play offs. They played best out of three games against Horizon and lost the first game 3-7. The second day they lost 14-1, this concluded their season. "Going into playoffs is always a great feeling. Especially since baseball isn't big...

Attendance Malfunction

Joyce Castanon

May 16, 2019


Filed under News

Grades, exams, and exemptions are finally here, and the year is almost out. Every year students are allowed to turn in an exemptions form to be excuse from the test and also to leave early that day. This year the rules has change on how to get out early. “I think it’s ridiculous, we have always...

Is STAAR Testing Necessary

Joyce Castanon

May 9, 2019


Filed under News

Silence, papers shuffling and pencils scribbling for 6 hours straight with no breaks this is called the STAAR test. This test is a requirement for the State of Texas to assess the student’s knowledge of what they learned in their grade level. “I feel like STAAR testing is just a waste of my time...

Class of 19

Irene Delgado, Newspaper writer

May 7, 2019


Filed under News

"Graduation is not the end; its the beginning" a quote from Orin Hatch. To begin, seniors are a few weeks from graduation and as the time gets shorter more activities are put out for their last memories of high school. "I have mixed emotions. I am really excited for my future and whats to come,...

Same-Sex Couples Not Allowed to Run for Homecoming Court

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Jin Koo, Reporter

November 7, 2018


Filed under News

Homecoming, to many, can be a pivotal part of their high school experience, but some students did not have the opportunity to participate in the full festivities. Andress Homecoming rules did not allow for same-sex couples to run for king or queen and senior couple Ivory Turner and Rebecca Robinson...

Proud to say “I’m from Andress High school”

Joyce Castanon

October 30, 2018


Filed under Feature, News

The home of the sun city school was ranked an overall 77 released by the Texas Education Agency. Andress high school is right behind Chapin with their school ranked with an 82 and following behind is Irvin with a 67. People say Andress is located in ghetto part of northeast and consider the school to...

Stealing Traditions

Elyssa Gardea, Briana Apodoca, and Elmer Avalos

October 8, 2018


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Varsity football played against El Dorado at home on September 14. Student Council chooses the theme for the student section every home game and they had chosen ‘battle of the bands’ due to the feud between the bands. “The students were told to wear any shirt as long as it’s a bands, some...

Graduating Early

Jessica Muller, journalist

May 29, 2018


Filed under Feature, News

High School is a mix of grades and ages. It is clear that some are faster learners than others or some can obtain information better than others allowing them to advance and excel. Some students have taken their ability to an advantage and have been working on graduating early. These students have...

Neon Desert Music Festival

May 29, 2018


Filed under Feature, News

Neon Desert Music Festival has become popular to El Paso within the past few years. In saying so, major artists have been performing at Neon Desert each year. This year new and upcoming rapper Cardi B was on the line up, but due to pregnancy, Lil Wayne will take her spot. Students have voiced their...

Teaches aren’t allowed to take school food

Jessica Muller, journalist

May 29, 2018


Filed under Feature, News

Administration has made it clear that when students are done eating their food in the cafeteria they want them to throw away everything, even if that means a brand new orange. Administration does not want teachers to take those un eaten fruits and food from students. Majority thoughts on that were...

School shootings

Jessica Muller, journalist

May 29, 2018


Filed under Feature, News

"I understand that the school shooting in Florida was a serious situation, but somehow society seems to forget about other shootings as time passes", said senior Mariah Sanchez. "I was in the Vegas shooting on October 1st, 2017", stated Mariah Sanchez. Mariah went on about guns with some agreement...

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