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Skate the State

Skate the State

Devin Dorough, Staff Writer

November 30, 2018

Skateboarding has made a major comeback in the past couple ofyears, bringing a new aesthetic to a sport that’s been around since the sixties. In 1959, surfers in California were sitting on the beach waiting for the waves to pick up, they always talked about how they wished there was always waves t...

Traveling overseas could have dangerous consequences

Traveling overseas could have dangerous consequences

Annalee Barnett, staff writer

October 17, 2017

With recent terror attacks, natural disasters, and other alarming events, the safety of travel is being called into question. However, whether or not it is safe to travel all may be a matter of perspective. “I wouldn’t go to Belgium, I wouldn’t go to Paris, you know, the list gets really s...

Drivers Go Off the Grid

Drivers Go Off the Grid

Caity Bonine, staff writer

February 14, 2017

Arizona’s deserts offer a wide array of off-roading trails for trucks, Jeeps, ATVs, mountain bikes, and dirt bikes alike. Conditions that would normally be considered a driving nightmare to ordinary people are what draw in off-roaders. Bumpy, rocky, muddy terrain is ideal when driving for fun rather than ...

Deserted Desert

Deserted Desert

Grace Haycraft-McKee, staff writer

February 14, 2017

Arizona is filled with creepy, abandoned places that people wish to venture into. From places such as an old dog racing track, to the Casa Grande Domes, to just an old abandoned building, this state has it all. Some teens search for abandoned places to take pictures. Lately, these places have been ...

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