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Trapped on screens

Trapped on screens

Kayla Gee, Double Truck Editor

April 25, 2019

The human condition is continuously tested by the evolving world that society creates. Today, in a world filled with screens, the demographic of people who are not being interactive in the real world  is increasing. However, companies and health research institutions are combating this growing conc...

Are our phones invading our lives?

Are our phones invading our lives?

Anna Myers, Staff reporter

April 17, 2019

Nearly all aspects of student’s lives have become centered around technology. From managing bank accounts, to food delivery services, to getting news alerts, communication, and a million other uses, our phones are gaining a larger and larger presence in our lives. Because of the growing prominence of technol...

Feeding the future: students change the game

Mea Griffin, News editor

March 5, 2019

When most people think of high school cafeteria food, they cringe for a second thinking, what really is that meat over there in those tacos? Why does that chicken sandwich not taste like chicken? A tasty, healthy and inexpensive lunch has a lot more behind the scenes development than one may think. Die...

Couples on campus

Anna Myers, Staff Reporter

February 4, 2019

You would never guess that the kid who sits across the room in your eighth grade grade Algebra two class would end up being your highschool sweetheart. Especially a zero hour class. Nevertheless, seniors Amanda Federico and Matt O’Neal found love in this hopeless place. The couple, who starte...

Valentine’s day in different cultures

Valentine’s day in different cultures

Nadine Loureiro

February 4, 2019

Valentine’s Day is a special holiday marked with a heart around its date on the calendar; it is a  day dedicated to love and romance. People all around the world celebrate the event with their significant others, expressing their love in a multitude of ways, scaling from small to large surprises. ...

Take Five with James Fountain

River Bradshaw, Staff Reminder

December 18, 2018

He has a tournament named after him by a former student. He was one of two to be the first to be inducted as a 2005 inductee to the Arizona Forensics League Hall of Fame. He is super successful as a coach and has countless state champs and national ranked students. He took over for Lisle Jones ...

Faculty meetings talk how to act during the holiday season

Vivian Duong, Staff Reporter

December 18, 2018

To avoid a situation that would otherwise offend individuals that may differ in background, teachers are constantly told in faculty meetings on how to act around the holiday season to their students. “We need to be, as a school district, sensitive to people’s races, religions, backgrounds, so...

Divorce households around the holidays

River Bradshaw, Staff Reporter

December 14, 2018

Divorce is something that sends shockwaves through a family, and during the holidays the standard nightmare of being around in-laws and annoying cousins becomes ten times worse. This isn’t just a small issue considering that forty to fifty percent of marriages will end in a divorce, leaving half of...

Living in a split holiday home

Abby Knoblock, Staff Reporter

December 12, 2018

Growing up in a household that celebrates both Hanukkah and Christmas strikes confusion. Explaining how I celebrated both when I was younger was difficult because I thought everyone celebrated both holiday’s until I grew up. I’m allowed to do both because only one of my parents are Jewish. ...

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