The Precedent

During the badminton match against Mountain View high school on Aug. 24 junior Ellie Martin and her opponent are together laughing in between their respective matches. The entire match between the schools resulted in a 7-2 win.

Birdie or ball: differences between badminton and tennis

Emily Buttyan, Managing/Opinions Editor December 7, 2023

  Badminton and tennis are considered the same sport by the vast majority. Despite the fact that they are both played on the same court, they could not be more different. Be it playing style or...

Anna Collins is speaking to the parents of her students at Open House, Aug. 3. Collins explains the curriculum expected of the seniors in her class as well as the policies that she implements within her classroom.

C112 left empty, now occupied

Emily Buttyan, Managing/Opinions Editor August 7, 2023

Anna Collins is a new addition to the English department this 2023-24 school year. Collins is teaching on-level freshmen and seniors, which provides a gap for her when it comes to teaching styles. With...

Parents listen to Mr. Damien Tippett as he informs the parents of his sophomore students during Open House.  Most of which consists of the curriculum their students will be learning throughout the year.

Hot Take: Open House; useful or useless?

Emily Buttyan, Managing/Opinions Editor August 4, 2023

Every year teachers prepare to entertain the parents of their students for a night; answering questions, informing them of the life their children have while at school five days a week. Parents sit and...

Course Secret Menu

Emily Buttyan, Managing/Opinions Editor July 30, 2023

When signing up for classes, students are given the set list of required credits they need by the end of the year. In that list there are a variety of classes that remain unknown as they are not mentioned...

Teachers opinions of students figuratively weigh the scale of the students grades.

Hot Take: do teachers grade based on how much they like students?

Emily Buttyan, Staff Reporter March 10, 2023

Students spend almost an entire year with their teachers, spending each and every day in their classrooms for at least an hour. That being said, sometimes students feel like teachers are out to get them...

Main characters Debbie and Peter switch places from New York City and Los Angeles in a last minute effort to help each other.

Entertainment with Em: “Your Place or Mine?” Does it compare?

Emily Buttyan, Staff Reporter March 10, 2023

Another romantic comedy comes to Netflix; “your place or mine?” features the well renowned Ashton Kutcher and Reese Witherspoon in a trope filled friends-to-lovers story. Though it has the second best...

Senior Siera Herbert attempts to shoot the ball into the goal for Perry against Westwood. Herbert is a role model for her younger sister in the program and she worked to demonstrate good worth ethic for her sister.

Leaving legacies

Reagan Reynolds, Opinions and Social Media Editor December 16, 2022

In high school sports, athletes who typically have successful final seasons leave the program with a legacy. These legacies are built by good sportsmanship, strong leadership qualities, and overall success...

Making space for young voices

Making space for young voices

Saydria Ostler, Editor-in-Chief December 16, 2022

The COP27 is the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference that meets almost every year. This year, there was something a little different at the conference: young activists. According to Euronews,...

Senior Folie Eisenhower plays at halftime during the game against Corona del Sol on Sept. 16. The Puma Regiment won AZMBA competition with a score of 88.125.

Marching band places first at state championships

Elena Jones, Staff Reporter November 29, 2022

The Puma Regiment took first place at the annual AZMBA State Championships on Saturday, Nov. 12. The band performed their show entitled “Imprisment,” featuring songs by Imogen Heap, Daft Punk, and...

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