Trojan Tribune

Run for fun, run for life

Daniel Miranda, Journalist

April 26, 2016

Reality sucks, which is why so many people look to escape it. Majority of people escape reality by playing video games, eating ice cream, listening to music or by just jumping off a bridge, but the healthiest way is just goin...

Leaving Things to the Last Minute

Mayte Reyes, Journalist

April 12, 2016

Since childhood, we’ve been told not to procrastinate- ever. Procrastination, by its dictionary definition, is the action of delaying or postponing something needlessly, or to put off doing something- especially out of habitual care...

Movies In Class: The Good, The Bad, and the Unacceptable

Alexis Perez, Journalist

April 12, 2016

At some point or another you’ve seen a movie in class, whether it was in the middle of the semester or the end of the year. Your teachers might have told you how it connects to what you're learning, but exactly how helpful is it? ...

Technology is Taking Over

Alexis Perez, Journalist

February 16, 2016

We as humans do what comes naturally to us, what comes easily to us. But in the past few years, with all the new technology coming out, things have gotten easier: maybe too easy. Technology has opened up new doors to commun...

With a little “ganas”

Daniel Miranda, Journalist

February 9, 2016

Living in Salinas has become more and more dangerous. Young people, especially now, prefer to stay inside their homes playing Call of Duty instead of going outside. The crime in our city has escalated every year and brought our ...

Nonexistent Gender Equality

Raquel Alonzo, Journalist

January 12, 2016

As people grow older they start to think about the bigger picture like college, world hunger, and other controversial topics.  Growing up in East Salinas where everyone is scrutinized -especially girls- made me think about outd...

Setting mute on Bluetooth speakers

Celeste Reynoso, Journalist

November 3, 2015

You have barely taken two steps out of your classroom and the chaos has already begun.  People pushing and shoving with no common courtesy.  To top it off some guy is blasting his music right next to you.  It is so annoyin...

SBAC thoughts

Diana Velarde, Reporter

May 28, 2015

While the juniors were talking their SBAC, us, the seniors were sitting in a class for more than 3 hours. Many of us were stressing out about college acceptance letters or just trying to decide what to do next with our lives....

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