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FDA raises legal age for buying tobaco products

Philip Tate , staff writer March 11, 2020

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) changed the legal age to purchase tobacco to 21 on December 20, in an attempt to prevent underage smoking and vaping. “I think them changing the law will curb...

Jokers stealing the stage

Gianna Lazzaro, staff writer March 11, 2020

The Jokers Improv troupe, directed by drama teacher Andrew Cupo, performed to an enthusiastic audience at the Valentines’ Day improv show. Improvisation is a form of live theatre in which the actors...

Sonoran Trails Robotics team wiping out the competition

Max Hancock, staff writer March 11, 2020

The Sonoran Trails Middle School Robotics team has continued to make a name for themselves this year across the state as they go on to compete in various competitions and grow as a team. First created...

Swetter resigning as principal

Claire Geare, travel editor March 11, 2020

On February 24, Principal Swetter announced his resignation. Effective June 30, the sudden departure arose due to an irrefusable career opportunity presented to his wife, which will take the couple to...

Turning points of view

Max Sotelo, trending now editor March 11, 2020

Turning Point USA is a club on campus dedicated to discussing conservative viewpoints. The international organization, founded by Charlie Kirk, has had its fair share of controversies in the past, however,...

SAT and ACT remain important placement tests

Kolton O’Connor, staff writer March 11, 2020

The SAT and ACT are very important tests for any student trying to get into a four-year university because most of them require a certain score for either test. “I took the SAT twice because I did not...

IB program prepares students for college

Mikki Warriner, staff writer March 11, 2020

The International Baccalaureate program, also known as IB, is a program students can join that helps them get prepared for college by focusing on students’ intellectual, emotional, personal, and social...

VHP giving students a look into the Vietnam War

Emma Weaver, staff writer March 11, 2020

The UH-1, or better known as “Huey” helicopter, was the first turbine-powered helicopter produced for the United States military. More than 16,000 were built during the Vietnam War. On February 11,...

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