The Precedent

OPINION: After three semesters, cafeteria food has seen little improvement

OPINION: After three semesters, cafeteria food has seen little improvement

Jonathan Garcia, Staff Reporter

December 18, 2017


Filed under Features, Opinions

It’s hard to believe that students pay more for less. With foods ranging from low grade, reheated pizza to small, unsatisfactory chicken, logic would dictate that students would pay the bare minimum for the bare minimum. Yet, every day the food quality gets worse while the lunch profits go up. Go...

Matthew Pitman shows rising promise across arts department

Matthew Pitman shows rising promise across arts department

Mallory Melanson, Staff Reporter

December 18, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

With a passion for participating in choir and theater, sophomore Matthew Pitman has come to be one of the school’s lead students in the arts. He is a part of jazz choir, concert choir, and theater. Ever since third grade, Pitman has fallen in love with singing and theater; he has come to the point...

Jamerson reveals his love for music on the court

Jamerson reveals his love for music on the court

VIctoria Vredevoogd, Staff Reporter

December 14, 2017


Filed under Features, Sports

As much as point guard CJ Jamerson loves basketball, he also has a passion for music. Jamerson has been rapping for nine years.  His brother just moved to California to work on his music career and Jamerson hopes to follow in his brother’s success. Jamerson not only sings but writes his own music ...

Re-mediate Nerves at the Coronado

Hannah Knight, Staff Reporter

November 30, 2017


Filed under Features, Opinions

Tis’ the season for Christmas music, twinkly lights, and a peppermint mocha. However, delicious, steamy peppermint mocha season signals late-night cram sessions for final exams. What better than staking out a study spot to cushion the stress and tears of the end of the semester? Downtown Phoenix ...

Rygiel’s dream becomes a reality with new business

Rygiel’s dream becomes a reality with new business

Madi Kimball, News Editor

November 14, 2017


Filed under Features, News

Beyond the classrooms, teachers have a variety of hobbies to keep them busy after the strenuous hours of grading papers. In that time, English teacher Kimberly Rygiel is busy with her newly developed hand lettering business, “Letters from the Margin”. She got the inspirations for the name of the...

Freshman dancer finds her place among the elite

Freshman dancer finds her place among the elite

Mallory Melanson, Staff Reporter

November 13, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Features

Every little girl dreams of reaching for the stars and dancing their hearts out. But one girl has definitely succeeded in hitting the big leagues in high school. Freshman Tatiana Savedra is a part of the movéo dance team and her dancing career all started out as a little girl. Savedra started out...

Students come together to make memorable homecoming assembly

Students come together to make memorable homecoming assembly

CJ Jamerson, Staff Reporter

September 28, 2017


Filed under Features

With entertainment prepared and decorations all over, it was finally time for the finale of spirit week: the homecoming assembly. Events ranged from choreography by Moveo to a game of ‘Bumper Balls’, and the planning and execution of the assembly was extremely thorough and undeniably received a lar...

Returning swim and dive team increasing competition in new season

Hannah Knight, Staff Reporter

September 28, 2017


Filed under Features, Sports

Last fall the swim team left the Arizona State Championship with the boy’s placing 9th and the girl’s team, 11th. This year, swim is aiming even higher. The team remains undefeated in the 2017-18 season. On Sept. 21, the Pumas beat the Corona del Sol Aztecs, 221-150. Sophomore Kalli Fama,...

Party Buses

Drew Charlet, Staff Reporters

September 28, 2017


Filed under Features

Party buses are a key to any party goers entertainment. If you are a partier then this will be the bus for you. Party Buses are a popular way to get to many popular parties like homecoming, and Prom. Party buses pick up people and you and your friends party. The age range for the party bus is 15 at the...

One Stugo Member Stood Out Big Homecoming Week

Megan Linden, Staff Reporter

September 28, 2017


Filed under Features

Junior Tanner Phillips is one of many members in Student Government that was involved in the craze of preparing for homecoming week. She has been apart of the student government since her sophomore year. She regrets not joining her freshman year, but she enjoys every moment she can being apart of Stugo. Tanner...

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