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...

Face Off: Should playing a sport count as a physical education credit?

Dawson Skree & Alice Pratt, Sport Editor & Copy Editor

December 3, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Pro- Dawson Skree Should people be able to get P.E credit without actually taking P.E.? Yes, they should.  Since band members get a P.E. credit for three years of marching band, athletic teams should have the same opportu...

Schools should require use of students’ preferred pronouns

Kayla Rand, Features Editor

December 3, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Inclusivity has become an important concept in American culture.  And recently, more and more school districts are moving toward gender-inclusiveness. Some school districts are requiring teachers to use a student’s preferred...

Teenage drivers drive me crazy

Connor Boyles, Blog Editor

December 3, 2014

Filed under Opinion

I hate driving. Every time I get behind the wheel I feel like I’m just daring some higher power to take potshots at me. My mama tells me that that’s a healthy attitude for a teenage driver to have. “Heck,” she tells...

Do standardized tests do more harm than good?

Kassandra Perez, Managing Editor

October 1, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Standardized tests like the AIMS, the SAT or the recently proposed PARRC tests have caused a controversy around the country. Proponents of standardized testing claim that the tests are a fair and objective measure of what students...

College is coming… (What is happening??)

Alice Pratt

August 25, 2014

Filed under Opinion

If you ask pretty much any of my friends or family members, they will tell you that I have a horrible memory. I would say the same thing. I put my phone somewhere, turn around, and then forget where I put it. More embarrassing,...