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Celebrity Donations Will Help Harvey Victims for the Better!

Celebrity Donations Will Help Harvey Victims for the Better!

Samuel Valles, Staff

September 10, 2017


Filed under News, US & World

Ever since Hurricane Harvey made landfall on August 26th, many Celebrities have done as much in their power to help every one that has been effected by the hit of Harvey. Hurricane Harvey was categorized as a category 4 hurricane, with wind speeds up to 135 Mph and 50 inches of rain in many par...

Solar Eclipse Effects many Schools Across the U.S

Solar Eclipse Effects many Schools Across the U.S

Samuel Valles, Staff

August 24, 2017


Filed under All Around Town, School, Showcase, US & World

            All the hype and commotion of the 2017 Solar Eclipse has come to an end, but the pictures and videos will make it a moment to never forget. But not all people around the United States got to experience the Eclipse how others were.           Many Schools around the natio...

#PhoenixRally 2017

#PhoenixRally 2017

Chloe Enero, Chief Editor, Yearbook

August 23, 2017


Filed under All Around Town, News, Showcase, US & World

Several thousands made great efforts to protest in Downtown Phoenix on August 22, 2017. The rally advocated against issues Trump has recently made remarks upon such as the events in Charlottesville, VA. The ACLU along with a strength in local numbers filled the streets from Monroe St. & 2nd St. to 3...

Texting and Driving

Jazmine Page, Staff

April 18, 2017


Filed under All Around Town, US & World

Do you ever hear on the news about an accident caused by texting and driving?   Well, each year, about 1,300,000 people are killed in road accidents. Over 3,000 people die every day due to collisions on the road; out of the 3,000, 11 teens die every day because of texting and driving. Accidents...

International Women’s Day 2017

International Women’s Day 2017

Chloe Enero, Staff

March 10, 2017


Filed under News, US & World

March 8th of every year is a day that commemorates the movement of women’s rights and women’s prosperity. With the Women’s March being a huge success this year, 2017 has been a revolutionary year for women’s rights. Many see the Trump administration as a major threat to important political an...

Nerds Against Nurdles

Nerds Against Nurdles

Sonia Leyva, Staff

February 27, 2017


Filed under School, US & World

Alright, Alright we know everyone and especially including you, yes , YOU!! Drink out of plastic bottles daily. I'd say about maybe three four times a day. I get it, you drink from a water bottle and just throw it away in any nearby trash can without a second thought. I'm here to tell you to give it...

“Day Without Immigrants” Impacts Nationwide Schools

“Day Without Immigrants” Impacts Nationwide Schools

Samuel Valles, Staff

February 18, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase, US & World

As President Donald Trump and his representatives continue with their "Immigration Ban," many people are taking it into their own hands to show how America would be without Immigrants for a day on February 16th. Immigrants across the whole United States are going for "Day without Immigrants" to demonstrate how America w...

2017: The Year of the Resistance

2017: The Year of the Resistance

Chloe Enero, Photography Editor

January 30, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase, US & World

A peaceful protest, also known as a nonviolent resistance or nonviolent action, is the act of expressing disapproval through a statement or action without the use of violence. And so far with Trump’s presidency that seems to be the reoccurring trend. With the #WomensMarch occurring last we...

The Face of Revolution

The Face of Revolution

Chloe Enero, Photography Editor

November 29, 2016


Filed under News, Showcase, US & World

The former Cuban dictator, Fidel Castro, has died at age 90 on Friday November 25th 2016 due to poor health conditions as no public release of information to Castro’s cause of death has been released. Some are mourning in grief, and some are morning in joy as the former Cuban dictator left a mixed...

DACA on the Line

DACA on the Line

Azucena Teran

November 15, 2016


Filed under Showcase, US & World

At midnight on November 9, 2016, millions of Americans felt the fear stir inside of them as the 45th president was announced. Although many are scared of what the future will bring, this is the moment where all Americans need to join forces no matter the race, sexuality, or beliefs. There is no way ...

Arpaio, Out With the Old, In With the New

Arpaio, Out With the Old, In With the New

Samuel Valles, Staff

November 9, 2016


Filed under All Around Town, US & World

  On November 8th, the new President of the United States is being elected. Not only the president is being elected, but also the new Maricopa County sheriff. Sheriff Joseph Michael "Joe" Arpaio has helped many, but has also damaged many families and friendships. It's time to head out with the...

How Much Longer Do We Have Oil?

How Much Longer Do We Have Oil?

Austin Daleo, Staff

October 6, 2016


Filed under News, US & World

Austin Daleo Oil is very important when it comes to trade. The automobiles we use for trade goods use oil in order to work, but oil is a non-renewable substance so if we use it its gone. It makes humans wonder, what will happen if we run out if oil? There is 7.1 billion people on this earth and aro...

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