M&M Bowl

September 26, 2015 was MacArthur’s and Madison’s annual high school football game. Mac and Madison are longtime rivals who are both high school teams in NEISD. It was a terrific game with MacArthur pulling ahead in the 2nd quarter. Both were evenly matched for each other, but only one of them could take home the victory.

With each team scoring touchdowns, it would go back and forth with MacArthur ahead, and the Madison pulling up. Finally in the 2nd quarter, MacArthur pulled ahead for the rest of the game. Even after MacArthur pulled ahead, the suspense was still high with cheering crowds and bands.

The high school students were supporting the teams with colorful paint on their faces, in their hair, and on their arms and legs. Madison students had hats with spoons attached to them. There was no end to the high schoolers cheers. It was so loud you could have probably heard it all over town.

During half time MacArthur’s band was very impressive along with the dance, and cheer groups. The bands support helped rally the crowd.

When the suspenseful game finally came to a closing, the final score was 49 to 35 Mac beating Madison. The team suffering only two injuries both from Mac football. This year the M&M victory goes to Macarthur.

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N.E.I.S.D Pink Day

By: Hannah. G

Friday, October 9, 2015 will be N.E.I.S.D’s pink day, which is when schools in the N.E.I.S.D district will wear a pink shirt and jeans to support breast cancer awareness. Breast cancer has actually decreased in the past decade in the USA, but in other places it has increased.  Fewer women have died due to breast cancer, but the amount of people diagnosed with breast cancer has risen. Male breast cancer has lower rates than the women, but the deaths are just as fatal.

North America has the highest incidence for breast cancer. The more industrialized the country, the more incidence’s it has then non-industrialized countries. Immigrants mimic their home country origins for breast cancer health and awareness, but after several generations in an industrialized country, it increases their breast cancer statistics.

Women all over the globe have suffered from breast cancer that could have been passed on genetically. What can people do to help women with this cancer? Currently scientist all over the world are trying to create a pure antidote that will be swiftly, non-painfully, and very reliable to cure the cancer patient. For now we all need to support the cancer patients by wearing pink on Friday, October 9, 2015. Will you step up and support breast cancer awareness?

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Faith D

Faith D (8) is 13 years old. She’s on b-team volleyball. She loves Dunkin’ Donuts, and spending time with friends and family. She also likes to listen to music. Her favorite artists are Drake, Beyoncé, and Chris Brown. Her favorite shows are Friends, Bobs Burgers, and Vampire Diaries.

“My favorite sports are volleyball, basketball, and soccer,” says Faith. She was also on b-team basketball (power forward) her 7th grade year. She used to play AU soccer when she was 3-7 years old.

Faith says, “My electives are Campus News and PALS.” She enjoys having a fun 6th grade PALEE. She also loves to write.

Maybe one day she will hope to go to A&M College and play college volleyball. She would like to go to school to be a traffic lawyer in order to pursue her life dream.

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