The Secret Life of a Techie

Alexis Kunke, Reporter

September 2, 2015

Filed under Campus Life, Features

Their footsteps silently pitter patter across a pitch black stage, moving with the fluidity of ballet dancers and the strength of weight trainers as they swiftly move set pieces off and on stage before the dooming lights strike...

The Grammy Awards start off the New Year

Victoria Vital, Reporter

December 16, 2014

Filed under A&E, Features

Every year the Annual Grammy Awards happen at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, to recognize outstanding achievement in the music industry. The 57th Grammy Awards take place on Feb. 8, 2015. Popular interest, and...

It’s never too late to learn about early childhood

Calais Hermosillo, Campus Life Editor

December 16, 2014

Filed under Features, Opinion

What is the key to our future? Our kids are! Education is one the most important factors for young kids because 90% of a child’s brain develops in the first five years of their life. One quarter of Arizona’s students don’t...

Ebola fighters influence the world more than anyone

Maria Granados, Reporter

December 16, 2014

Filed under Features, News

On Dec 10, TIME Magazine announced the Person of the Year to be the fighters against Ebola. Every year, the magazine chooses the most influential person or people of that year and names them the Person of the Year. There are many...

Doing the most: Alexys Torres

Charlyne Long, Reporter

December 16, 2014

Filed under Campus Life, Features

Born and raised in Tempe, well-rounded senior, Alexys Torres has set the standard for an extraordinary high school student ought to be. In the fall of her junior year, Torres tried to enlist into the military but was unable...

Turn in your assignments -Senioritis is rampant throughout schools

December 16, 2014

Filed under Campus Life, Features

Senioritis can be classified as a type of psychotic disorder. This disorder can be seen in seniors all around the world, and McClintock High School’s senior class is not an exception. If a student is showing signs of lethargy...

December-A festival of lights

Alice Pratt, Copy Editor

December 16, 2014

Filed under Campus Life, Features

Even before December begins, people all over the nation are putting up Christmas lights and inflatable Santas, planning the gifts they are going to buy for loved ones, and singing Christmas songs. This time of year, most people...

Gorman Participates in Three Programs over Summer

Hayley Gorman & Cameron McDonley, Editor-in-Chief & Reporter

October 1, 2014

Filed under Campus Life, Features

Senior Hayley Gorman spent her summer at three different educational programs; Arizona Girls State, the Summer Journalism Institute at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism, and Economics For Leaders. “It was pretty amazing,...

Sister Cities Sends Students Abroad

Maria Granados and Marcela Reyna, Reporters

October 1, 2014

Filed under Campus Life, Features

Maribeth Sublette Where did you go and how did you benefit from it? “I went to a state called Skopje, Macedonia,” English teacher Maribeth Sublette said. “I benefited from experiencing a different culture and I benefited f...

Pratt Learns Leadership over Summer

Alice Pratt and Arianna Victor, Copy Editor & Reporter

October 1, 2014

Filed under Campus Life, Features

Senior Alice Pratt had a busy summer.  Pratt was selected for and attended two different leadership programs: Economics for Leaders (EFL) and the National Student Leadership Conference (NSLC) on Theater. The economics program,...

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