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State fair is back

Mia Brito, Staff Writer

November 9, 2018


Filed under News

The annual Arizona state fair is back and open for business. This year’s fair has over 68 rides ranging from roller coasters to slides and mazes, and includes live music, a petting zoo, and classic fair food. Jennifer Espinel, a fair attendee, compared the Arizona State Fair to the New Jersey Sta...

Diplomacy while earning a diploma

Max Sotelo, Film Editor

November 9, 2018


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Once a week, students in the Model United Nations Club meet to discuss issues of international concern. Also known as Model UN, the club simulates the United Nations general assembly. With Bella Sayegh, senior and president, and Emma Strouse, senior and vice president, members of the club choose co...

As the weather cools off, politicians heat up for fall elections

Kassidy Wheeler, Editor in Chief

November 9, 2018


Filed under News

Voting for the midterms will end on November 6, and the outcome will determine the political path of the United States until 2020. Every one of the 435 seats in the United States House of Representatives will be contested, while 35 out of 100 seats in the senate will be at stake. Locally, there are tw...

Climate change is sitting on thin ice across the world

Julia Knies, Spotlight Editor

November 9, 2018


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With a surge of super storms across the planet, concerns for climate change are increasing. People are becoming more aware of the effects and causes of human-induced climate change. The average summer temperature will be ten degrees hotter by 2100 according to Climate Central, a nonprofit group. The da...

The splash seniors enjoy

Connor Green, Staff Writer

November 9, 2018


Filed under News, Uncategorized

Senior Assassins, a game played by high school seniors, has taken the school by storm since it was first introduced. With water guns as weapons, and swimwear as protection, the game pits teams of two against each other. “It is pretty fun, I get to connect with a lot of people from school that I h...

It takes your breath away

Devin Dorough, Staff Writer

November 9, 2018


Filed under News

Because of the trending popularity among teens, the FDA announced they would intensify the crackdown on e-cigs. After studies that show the percentages of teen users are at an all time high, they are demanding a new plan to stop the vaping epidemics. The FDA is requiring five major vape companies, including Juul, ...

Diplomacy While Earning A Diploma

Max Sotelo, film editor

November 9, 2018


Filed under News

Once a week, students in the Model United Nations Club meet to discuss issues of international concern. Also known as Model UN, the club simulates the United Nations general assembly. With Bella Sayegh, senior and president, and Emma Strouse, senior and vice president, members of the club choose co...

State Fair Is Back

Mia Brito, staff writter

November 9, 2018


Filed under News

The annual Arizona state fair is back and open for business. This year’s fair has over 68 rides ranging from roller coasters to slides and mazes, and includes live music, a petting zoo, and classic fair food. Jennifer Espinel, a fair attendee, compared the Arizona State Fair to the New Jersey Sta...

Climate Change Is Standing On Thin Ice Across The World

Julia Knies, staff writter

November 9, 2018


Filed under News

With a surge of super storms across the planet, concerns for climate change are increasing. People are becoming more aware of the effects and causes of human-induced climate change. The average summer temperature will be ten degrees hotter by 2100 according to Climate Central, a nonprofit group. The da...

The Splash That Seniors Enjoy

Connor Green, staff writer

November 9, 2018


Filed under News

Senior Assassins, a game played by high school seniors, has taken the school by storm since it was first introduced. With water guns as weapons, and swimwear as protection, the game pits teams of two against each other. “It is pretty fun, I get to connect with a lot of people from school that I h...

It Takes Your Breath Away

Kassidy Wheeler, Editor-In-Chief

November 9, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Voting for the midterms will end on November 6, and the outcome will determine the political path of the United States until 2020. Every one of the 435 seats in the United States House of Representatives will be contested, while 35 out of 100 seats in the senate will be at stake. Locally, there are tw...

Cactus Shadows teachers protest low pay

Cactus Shadows teachers protest low pay

Grace Carey, staff writer

April 14, 2018


Filed under News, Online Only, Showcase

Low pay for teachers in Arizona isn’t only a disadvantage for them, but for the students as well.

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