• A DEBATE ON HOW SCHOOL SHOULD BE TAUGHT

    A DEBATE ON HOW SCHOOL SHOULD BE TAUGHT By: Shaan Desai For over 150 years, school has been taught the same way. Sit in your desk and raise your hand

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  • NET NEUTRALITY

    NET NEUTRALITY By: Michael Hall First off, let’s answer the question, “What is Net Neutrality?” Net neutrality is the principle that ISPs (Internet Service Providers) cannot block content, slow content,

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  • STUDENTS CREATE WAX MUSEUM

    By: Dorian Hawkins      To end a week of hard work done by 7th grade students in English, students held a miniature wax museum. Students were given a specific

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  • PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS VISIT PIN OAK

    By: Jenna Sellars      On November 9th, 6:00 pm, potential incoming 6th graders came to Pin Oak to tour the building and have a chance to see the magnet

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  • Nails

    by: Natalie Linde

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  • A TRIP THROUGH THE BEAUTIFUL NORTH: YELLOWSTONE AT ITS FINEST

    By Jenna Mercado “My jaw dropped; I was in awe, [even though] I had seen mountains before …,but the Rocky Mountains are totally different.” said Ms. Riegler, a teacher from

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  • APP OF THE ISSUE (MEDIUM)

    By: Shaan Desai People can find so many different apps on your smartphone, but some of them stand out more than others. Pin Oak Press will feature at least one

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  • RIDDLES

    By Dorian Hawkins   What is weightless but takes two people to hold? The person who makes it has no need of it. The person who buys it has no

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  • IPHONE X REVIEW

    By: Omar Lopez             The Apple iPhone X is a new smartphone from Apple that was announced on September 12th and will be available for

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DIY: HOLIDAY TIME

By: Emma De Los Santos Are you ever bored, and tired of sitting around doing nothing? Well this DIY is fun, creative, and simple.   Crystal Snowflake The only supplies you need are: White pipe cleaner A pair of scissors Borax Boiling water Mason jars (or any type of jar) A small piece of string A pencil This is a

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HOW TO SAVE TIME

 HOW TO SAVE TIME By: Luna Rivas          Want to just relax and chill?  Here are have some tips for you to help you save time and get to a place where you can relax.   Do strategic planning. Most people just take one day at a time and then they wonder where the time went. When you plan your

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10 PRESENTS UNDER 10 DOLLARS

10 PRESENTS UNDER 10 DOLLARS By: Jenna Mercado A jar of favorite things: You can fill it with some of their favorite candy or some cheap makeup. You can out a trail mix in your jar too. You can also put in a lot of dollar bills. You can also fill this with a couple band aids, some different sizes,

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INTRO TO THE PIN OAK PRESS

INTRO TO THE PIN OAK PRESS By: Caitlin Rangel Pin Oak Press is Pin Oak’s first ever newspaper and was established in 2016. The roles in Pin Oak Press are Editor in Chief, copy editor, writers, comics, publicity team, website team, layout team, and photographers. The process starts with coming up with article ideas for the coming issue. Then every

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HOME ECONOMICS, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER ELECTIVES

HOME ECONOMICS, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER ELECTIVES By: Madeline Hsu Each year, students are given a colored sheet of paper that shows them a list of electives for the upcoming school year. The elective choices may change each year, but many stay the same. Orchestra, Band, Choir, Debate, Photography, Study Lab, and many more are commonly chosen elective choices. Certain electives

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WINTER BREAK TREATS

WINTER BREAK TREATS By: Havana Coston Have you ever been bored and decided to scroll through your Pinterest feed to check out DIY’s and recipes? Or wanted to make a dessert or meal based off something you found on Pinterest but either you don’t feel like doing it or you don’t have the ingredients/materials needed to make it? Well today

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