A state- and nationally recognized student newspaper

The Magnet Tribune

A state- and nationally recognized student newspaper

The Magnet Tribune

A state- and nationally recognized student newspaper

The Magnet Tribune

In Memory of Bobby Compton...

In Memory of Bobby Compton…

Lesdy Hernandez, Staff Writer December 17, 2019

Strings instructor was remembered by students, family and colleagues during memorial service. Vidal M. Treviño School of Communications and Fine Arts gave their last farewell to their beloved teacher,...

VMT violin player is awarded Outstanding Soloist at summer state competition

VMT violin player is awarded “Outstanding Soloist” at summer state competition

Zoe Alvarez , Staff writer October 18, 2019

Ten thousand and 25,000 musicians perform at the state University Interscholastic League and TSSEC music contest, respectively, every summer in Austin where only 2-3% of those performers receive the “Outstanding...

The boy claimed by two mothers.

Creepy and Unexplained: The Lost Boy

America Moreno, Creepy and Unexplained Writer September 16, 2019

Background The disappearance of Robert “Bobby” Clarence Dunbar is a story that has been passed down for generations. It is a story of two boys who were taken away from their homes, one to be raised...

657 Boulevard

Creepy and Unexplained: 657 Boulevard’s watcher

America Moreno, Creepy and Unexplained Writer May 28, 2019

Background A couple with three children purchased their dream home in Westfield, New Jersey, in 2014. The $1.2 million home came with six bedrooms, three bathrooms and was located on 657 Boulevard, a...

J.W Nixon swim team is photographed after competing in the district meet on Jan. 19.

Swim team members discuss their experiences

Michelle Rodriguez, Staff Writer May 24, 2019

Nixon Mustang swimming team members have many great experiences to discuss after some members advanced to the region meet. The Nixon swim team has been in existence for three years now. The team started...

Vale Hernandez, left, and Daniel Rodriguez and  find happiness in activities they take part in at their homes.

High school students experience happiness in a variety ways

Javier Rodriguez, Staff Writer May 24, 2019

“I’ve experienced happiness in many different ways and some stays the same,” Daniel Rodriguez, sophomore said. Daniel has played games since the age of four. And his passion for video games hasn’t...

Kevin Sosa, left and Jose Limon pose for their profile photo used on SoundCloud.

Not So Sour leaves a sweet taste with fans

Lizeth Gutierrez, Staff writer May 23, 2019

Their duo leaves a “Not So Sour” feeling with their fans. Seniors Kevin Sosa and Jose Limon who attend Martin High School share on their music duo named Not So Sour. Both shared on how they came...

Graduate describes early college experience (podcast)

May 23, 2019

Staff Writer Olivia Trevino and Maria Martinez discuss her experiences at the LBJ early college.

Reporter Addy Melgar and her mother Genny Melgar compare matching tattoos at the convention.

Ink flows freely at tattoo convention

Addy Melgar, Staff Writer May 23, 2019

The empty warehouse seemed to come to life as the tattoo artists would begin to set up. Even in the early morning everyone seemed hyped up as the people began to walk through the doors. Tattoos have...

Effect poses in the team USA facility in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

A Houston boxer gives USA team some “Effect”

Jovan Contreras, Staff Writer May 17, 2019

A 20-year-old boxer is punching his way through to a spot in the Olympics. Ephraim Bui was born Dec. 3, 1999, in Virginia. Later his family moved to Sugarland, Texas. As of April 9, Bui is number...

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