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Fenty Beauty has makeup lovers talking

Fenty Beauty has makeup lovers talking

Kalany Rosado, staff reporter

November 30, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Opinions, Uncategorized

Sephora’s walls are covered in any makeup you can think of  from eye shadows to lipsticks,foundations,eyebrow kits, lip liners, highlighters and plenty more, but with this wide array of choices there also comes a question. Are most of theses products that are being sold ethical? The word ethic...

New Dirty Dancing Movie Review

Crista Ramos, Staff Reporter

November 30, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Opinions

“Grease”, “Hairspray”, and “Dirty Dancing” are all movies that gained a mass following over the years. However, the remakes of these iconic films are simply disappointing. The remakes of “Hairspray” and “Grease” were okay and did somewhat please fans of the olden days. Although the...

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 ...

A Minute with Mia: Dress code dialogue needs to change

Mia Irvin, Editor in Chief

November 29, 2017


Filed under Opinions

Let me get one thing straight: this is not another story complaining about why we have a dress code. Having a dress code is necessary to maintain a certain level of professionalism at school. That is understandable and in most cases, preferred. According to many teachers, the problem lies with dress cod...

Only parents should have say involving on-campus memorials for children

Lauren Fountain, Opinions Editor

November 29, 2017


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Perhaps the worst thing one could experience in high school is the untimely passing of a peer. From Brayden Mason to Michael Roach, the loss of a student rocks an entire school, reminding each person on campus how precious and fleeting life is. Keeping the memory of these students alive is the priority...

Controversy in literature sparks needed classroom conversation

Controversy in literature sparks needed classroom conversation

Lauren Fountain, Opinions Editor

November 27, 2017


Filed under Double Truck, Opinions

It seems every week there is a new controversy circulating the web — abuse in Hollywood, crime rocking our neighborhoods, or the President’s latest 140 characters. However, the latest controversy has been reborn in the media, right in the East Valley. An assignment given in preparation for a cla...

Students for memorials

Callie Nagel, Staff Reporter

November 27, 2017


Filed under Opinions

Everyone has lost something at one point or another, but sometimes those things can’t be replaced. Losing a person is one of the most unfortunate things anyone can go through. A loved one who took up a huge part of your life is now gone. Someone who was your world. Someone you created and brought into th...

Rodent problem in D and E building turns teachers into on campus exterminators

Rodent problem in D and E building turns teachers into on campus exterminators

Daisy Ramirez, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2017


Filed under Opinions, Uncategorized

The idea of mice being in anyway relevant to Perry can be unsettling for some, however, it is a situation with cause for concern. Compared to other schools, our sanitation has a good reputation and it is not absurd for even the best schools to have some kind of flaw in the system. Unfortunately for u...

Preservation of history first, feelings second

Preservation of history first, feelings second

Cameron Martin, Features Editor

November 14, 2017


Filed under Double Truck, Opinions

Regardless of what anyone says, the need to preserve history should trump all others. It is vital that our generation and those who come after us remember the past and don’t take history out of context. Both the good and the bad are absolutely necessary; the good to build off of, and the bad to learn from...

Columbus Day dismisses pain of Natives

Columbus Day dismisses pain of Natives

Callie Nagel, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2017


Filed under Opinions

Oh America, land of the free and the home of those who really need to know they’re overstepping. Where every human being is guaranteed their unalienable rights and freedom to live their lives as they choose. Sounds pretty nice right? Well, what if I told you that the ride to what this noble land is...

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