Blog:  Homecoming Spirit days

Blog: Homecoming Spirit days

September 23, 2019

What it’s like to have senioritis and ADHD

Abby Karlin, Editor in Chief

November 26, 2018

If you’ve had to suffer through every other senioritis Op-Ed piece for the last four years, you’ve probably read the same stuff I have: wake up at 5 am, balance your schedule, drink kale smoothies, it will all work out in the end...

Karlin places top in nation

Karlin places top in nation

November 16, 2018

Why I Celebrate World Diabetes Month

Madeleine Jacobs, Reporter

November 14, 2017

November is thought of by many as a time of warm sweaters for accompanying cool weather, a time of prolonged strolls through parks to watch leaves spiral down from trees in vivid fall colors, a time of sitting around tables with family ...

Innovation #1 is Recruitment #1

McKinley Becraft, Copy Editor

May 11, 2017

Full Disclosure: This is not applicable in a certain sense because of the lack of randomization however for the sake of this article, the statistical conditions are being blatantly ignored. I attend a gifted program, a prog...

There are pools everywhere

McKinley Becraft, Copy Editor

February 6, 2017

(The italicized portion of this is more of my personal thoughts and experiences.) There are pools everywhere. 25 yards, 50 meters, blocked pools, shallow pools, deep pools, any combination, any size, and most importantly...

Face off: Prop 206 is good for Arizona (Con)

Mitchell Wenger, News Editor

January 31, 2017

This election, Prop 206 asked Arizona voters to raise the minimum wage to $10 in 2017, and incrementally all the way to $15 by 2020. Supporters of the proposition, according to, say that it will “decrease...

Face off: Prop 206 is good for Arizona (Pro)

Liam Huggns, Reporter

January 31, 2017

Back in November, the residents of Arizona voted in favor of Prop 206. Prop 206 is an increase in minimum wage and starting in 2017, the minimum wage is 10 dollars. This new change will hopefully make a push towards a livable...

Caught in the web

Nikolaus Rosales, Co Editor-in-Chief

November 15, 2016

The Internet is a vast and terrifying place where some go to do research, some go to go on social media, and others go to find the latest “dankest” memes and different gags. My generation has grown up with the Internet, whi...

Protesting with purpose

Nikolaus Rosales, Co Editor-in-Chief

November 15, 2016

  “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. With the election finally over, many Americans are outraged with the outcome, and have taken to the streets...

Redefining internet safety

Abby Karlin, Business Manager, Opinions Editor

November 7, 2016

We’ve all had that seminar, talk, or even class from teachers or parents on the dangers of the Internet. While this topic is nothing to joke about, everyone in High School right now has grown up using the Internet.   As...

The campaign for youth rights

Abby Karlin, Business Manager, Opinions Editor

November 7, 2016

After the Arizona Primary, in which the lines were horrendous and I saw with my own eyes someone say “If you’re not in front of my arm at seven, you’re not voting,” I had quite a few opinions about our stupid, bias, elector...