The Prax

  • October 26The first edition of The Prax (2022-2023) is out!

Fight for more than a medal

Isabel Garza, Class Sections Editor
October 28, 2022

2022 in review (Jan.-May)

Mia Badillo, Co-Editor-in-Chief
May 24, 2022
The shooting in Buffalo, New York left 10 dead, and three wounded. The lives of the victims were honored by their loving family members as they navigate this horrific time. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

History repeats itself

Orlyanka Tantchou, Co-Editor-in-Chief
May 24, 2022
Ketanji Brown Jackson took her oath promising to American citizens and to the Supreme Court to fulfill her responsibilities to the best of her ability. She will begin her duties at the end of the summer. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

Shattering glass ceilings

Orlyanka Tantchou, Co-Editor-in-Chief
April 29, 2022
International Women’s Day calls for equal and diverse representation of men and women. As the years go by society 
makes steps in the right direction to gender equality.
Photo courtesy of International Women’s Day.

Break the bias

Orlyanka Tantchou, Co-Editor-in-Chief
March 11, 2022
Junior, Catalina Martinez, practicing school safety guidelines while attending her classes. Loretto students follow  safety regulations to minimize the spread of Covid-19.

Effects of COVID-19

Andrea Acosta, Staff Reporter
February 4, 2022
 Martin Luther King Jr. speaks on the importance of civil                                 rights at a march. King inspired a movement to end segregation and racial injustice amid division. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

Dream for the future

Orlyanka Tantchou, Co-Editor-in-Chief
February 4, 2022
 The days of paper SAT will be gone by 2024 for US students. The College Board will now proctor exams that are more relevant to the evolving times. Photo courtesy of The New York Times

Out with the old, in with the new

Orlyanka Tantchou, Co-Editor-in-Chief
February 4, 2022
Empty shelves at the Albertsons on North Desert Boulevard in El Paso, Texas. According to Feeding America, the food insecurity rate in El Paso County is 14.6%.

Out of stock, out of sight

Mia Badillo, Co-Editor-in-Chief
February 4, 2022
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