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Emerging pop star’s quick climb

Victoria Lovvorn, A&E Editor

February 11, 2013

British up-and-coming pop star, Conor Maynard, has made his way into the hearts of young girls with his new album, "Contrast." Originally a cover artist, 20 year- old Maynard co-wrote all but two of the songs on his 12 track album. Because of Maynard’s instant climb to fame, many are left questioning ...

Mr. PHS Photos

Paige Coakley, Staff Writer

February 8, 2013

Take a look at our lovely junior and senior guys participating in DECA'S annual "All Male Talent Show" Mr. PHS.

New froyo shop opens close to home

Stevie Tomaszewski, Staff Writer

January 25, 2013

Amidst the profusion of fast-food restaurants nestled on the corner of Val Vista and Queen Creek is a frozen yogurt joint that recently opened named Snowgurt. One is instantly drawn to the violet covered walls and seemingly friendly yeti mascot as well as the convenience of its location a hop and a skip...

“Block Day Barz” has positive impact on students

“Block Day Barz” has positive impact on students

Torrey Thompson and Paola Carrasco

January 17, 2013

Among the restless population that inhabits our school, there has arisen a group of students that has discovered an outlet which allows a flow of creativity to be released, curing the everyday stress of high school. “It all started with my friend and I, we had a little argument, and in order to settle...

Futuristic “Divergent” entertains and intrigues readers

Futuristic “Divergent” entertains and intrigues readers

Amanda Lee, Staff Writer

January 17, 2013

Before I begin to paint my opinion on this book, I’ll preface it with something you should say to yourself before reading any book: "I can focus on how much this book ultimately sucks more than a Chanel commercial with Brad Pitt, or, I can focus on how much fun it is reading this." Divergent, by Veronica Ro...

Moffett showcases talent on ‘X Factor’

Moffett showcases talent on ‘X Factor’

Sam Morton, Staff Writer

January 15, 2013

Many people tune into the show ‘X Factor’ each week to see  all the unknown talent in our country but, most students are not aware that there is a familiar Puma face  behind the star performers. ‘X Factor’ is a television music competition franchise that was originally created in the United...

The Man with the Iron Fists Missed

November 18, 2012

Transporting viewers back into 90’s cult obsession with overdramatic karate movies, The Man with the Iron Fists can be summarized perfectly with only one simple phrase: “What just happened?” Directed, created, co- written, and starring Wu- Tang Clan rapper RZA, this kung- fu flick is a compilation...

Mellow Mushroom too mellow?

November 15, 2012

If you were to ask me what it’s like to eat at Mellow Mushroom, I’d appropriately reply “Just groovy, man.” Located on the corner of Mill Ave. and Seventh Street in Tempe, Mellow Mushroom is a ‘gourmet’ pizza place and bar. Upon entrance, the restaurant appears about 2500 sq feet cov...

“Book of a Thousand Days” exceeds boundaries

Amanda Lee, Staff Writer

November 15, 2012

Loosely based on an obscure Grimm fairy tale, Book of a Thousand Days rivals Grimm in terms of enchantment. Uniquely set in medieval Mongolia (and the author does her homework when it comes to cultural knowledge),  Book of a Thousand Days, woven together by Shannon Hale, goes far beyond your average...

Novel-based movie “Life of Pi” captivates audience

Novel-based movie “Life of Pi” captivates audience

Michael Wolfe, Social Media Editor

November 15, 2012

When you think ‘Life of Pi’, it is most likely math that first swarms into your head. But with this wonderfully composed film, Life of Pi, it is far from math you are thinking of. The only scene in the entire movie dedicated to math is when Piscine is dubbed his nickname, Pi. Starting out, ‘Pi”...

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