January 7, 2019

     In our culture today more than ever the general public recognizes and makes celebrities out of the artists that create what we most enjoy.  This means that creators are coming fashion staples themselves, being able to model their own products in the way they inten...

December 19, 2018

          Finals week is approaching its end quickly, and the third term of the first semester has flown by. Students are preparing themselves in all sorts of ways, such as studying intensely, completing review sheets, and making study guides for their various classes....

December 19, 2018

      After the passing of the late President George H.W.  Bush, many teenagers in our generation are wondering who the man was and why he was such a staple of the presidency. George H. W. Bush was born June 12, 1924 in Milton Massachusetts. He was the youngest navy pi...

December 14, 2018

     In this day and age, going to college and deciding what college you want to go to has a big impact on your future. Recently, the line of discrimination has become blurred for colleges and for applicants. Two big ivy league schools, Harvard and Yale, are under inve...

December 5, 2018

The natural world is something that has long been protected by the United States, and discussed upon by transcendental authors for centuries. The common theme in the blossoming American literary genre is that, as individuals, we must explore and live in the outside wor...

November 16, 2018

          In recent years, Sandia students have seen an increase of technology in their classrooms. Whether it be iPads, Chromebooks, or teachers allowing students to use their own phones for classwork, it cannot be denied that the use of technology in an educational s...

November 2, 2018

      The Sandia Football team’s last two games against Volcano Vista High School and Clovis High School did not go the way of the Matadors. Both opposing teams walked away with massive victories. While in both games the Matadors demonstrated strong effort in the first...

October 8, 2018

          Spooky season has began and with it comes the Albuquerque International annual Balloon Fiesta which is presented by Cannon this year. The price for general parking will be $15 and the entrance fee is $10. The Balloon Fiesta will continue on going until Octobe...

October 8, 2018

          As the APS school district continues to update many aspects of security at their schools around Albuquerque, they have resolved to do away with the traditional lock down and shelter-in-place response to an attack. Instead,they are now implementing a defense s...

October 5, 2018

    The Struggles of the PSAT

October is coming up which means Sophomores are preparing for the PSAT, or at least doing as much as they can. Juniors are preparing to take the SAT this month, or opt to do it in March.

    Just this week, Mr. Volpalka went around...

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