Trojan Tribune

  • Boys’ basketball looks to repeat in new league

    Boys’ basketball looks to repeat in new league

    Paola Mojica, Journalist

    December 14, 2018

    Will the boy’s varsity basketball team be able to top their 20 plus victories and league title from last year? Their coach, Jose Gil, certainly thinks so. He said, “The players will be contending and competing for another title because I believe in the work they have put since last season.” The team were MBL Gabilan Division Champions last year, a feat they’d like to repeat in the newly forme...

  • Working as a teenager in high school

    Working as a teenager in high school

    Fatima Tinoco, Journalist

    December 13, 2018

    Have you ever thought about working while in high school? There may be teens that work to contribute with family expenses, save money for college, or other expenses. They might also work to be dependent on themselves and not depend on their parents, others may just work to have some work experience. I personally work for most of those reasons. I started working when I was 16 years old, my junior year of hig...

  • Trojan poets bring back the trophy

    Trojan poets bring back the trophy

    Luisa Sanchez, Journalist

    December 7, 2018

    This year Alisal High School hosted their annual Literature Live on November 2nd at the Mullins Theater. Literature Live has been happening for the past 13 years with students from all grade levels participating in it. The event provides students an opportunity to recite their creative writing to an audience. Senior Samantha Ruelas decided to participate in the Literature Live, because she want...

  • Time management

    Time management

    Zaira Hernandez, Journalist

    November 29, 2018

    Going out with friends, watching a movie, or even taking a nap might seem like a luxury to various teens. This seems to be the case for students that are juggling sports, clubs, and AP classes. With these challenges, students must adapt to the changes and learn how to manage their time wisely. Without time management, their lives would be in complete chaos. What most busy students do is create a routi...

Trojan poets bring back the trophy
Dream Academy travels to Italy this spring

Dream Academy travels to Italy this spring

November 6, 2018

The beauty of high school is it brings so many opportunities that are just waiting for you to discover them. The Salinas Valley Dream Academy happens to be one of those opportunities for those who are...

Is Chip Selling Legal on School Grounds?

Is Chip Selling Legal on School Grounds?

October 26, 2018

Money, they say it makes the world go round. Nobody knows that better than salespeople because if they don’t sell, they don’t make money. While some products are a hard sell, others, like food products,...

Free lunch for all

Free lunch for all

October 3, 2018

When Alisal High School students opened cafeteria doors in the fall, they came across the same bean-and-cheese burritos, spicy chicken burgers, bagels, cinnamon rolls and cereal, but this year will be...

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  • Local artist makes some noise in the music scene April 30, 2018
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