The Precedent

Class of 2018 prepares for graduation ceremony

Class of 2018 prepares for graduation ceremony

Madi Kimball, News Editor

May 22, 2018


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As the school year comes to an end, seniors are itching for graduation when they walk across the stage and receive their diploma. Many are scrambling to finish up online classes and lift lab to ensure that they get to graduate at the end of the month. As graduation approaches and the class of 2018 prepares ...

Minute with Mia: White Feminism misses force of internationalist, total inclusion

Minute with Mia: White Feminism misses force of internationalist, total inclusion

Mia Irvin, Editor in Chief

April 24, 2018


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Along with the iconic green Shamrock Shakes and the somewhat tolerable temperatures, March also brought us Women’s History Month. In 1987, Congress officially declared March the month of women after pushes from individual states and lobbyists. The month is to honor the suffragettes of the 1920s that fought ...

Symphonic band wins gold at Disneyland competition

Symphonic band wins gold at Disneyland competition

April 24, 2018


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Given its history of musical innovation and celebration, Disneyland is a proper location for band competition. In March, concert band, symphonic band, and jazz band traveled to Anaheim to compete in the annual Heritage Festival, with symphonic band winning first place in their category. “We per...

Decline of malls creates room for small businesses

Decline of malls creates room for small businesses

Ian Graham, A&E Editor

April 24, 2018


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Resulting from the growth of consumerism and the influx of baby boomer youth, shopping malls sprouted from American soil and flourished across the country during the 1950s and ‘60s. While their main purpose was to make goods more readily available to suburban shoppers, these malls were soon overcome...

Growing numb to gun violence eliminates hope for change

Daisy Ramirez, Staff Reporter

March 8, 2018


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Sometimes lives are ruined, devastation happens and the world crumbles, but, “Hey, it happens!” In the past decade there has seen one horrific event after another, and while the average person sympathizes these terrors, for the most part, that's the only response. As a society, we have grow...

Chaudhry’s heritage and passion for helping comes together

Chaudhry’s heritage and passion for helping comes together

Madi Kimball, News Editor

March 8, 2018


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For Adeel Chaudhry, what began as a school project evolved into a student's dream. The freshman always wanted to help others in need. He has a board of goals at home and one of them was to help the people starving in Myanmar – specifically the Rohingya people. It was not until an assignment in...

Softball returns from Red Mountain with multiple wins

Softball returns from Red Mountain with multiple wins

Mallory Melanson, Staff Writer

March 6, 2018


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The softball team is off to a great start for the season. Their first games were at the Red Mountain tournament where they won all six games they faced against: Deer Valley, Gilbert, Corona del Sol, Desert Ridge, Tucson, and Chaparral. Coach Rob Hehe said, “on Wednesday we hit seven home runs and...

Not your typical dates this Valentines day

Kalany Rosado, Staff reporter

February 14, 2018


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The most loving, affectionate, mushy day of the year for couples while on the flip side one of the saddest days for some of those spending valentine's day alone (unless you singles spoil yourself and refuse to have a bad Valentines day- more power to you). Valentine's day as a whole has many aspects...

Be Creative not Cliche: Valentines Day Ideas

Be Creative not Cliche: Valentines Day Ideas

Christian Haugen, Staff Reporter

February 14, 2018


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Every Valentines is time to find new ideas how to impress your valentine and make sure the date is a success many people do the same old thing get chocolates and flowers. But the ones that get creative will live with people forever. Mazen Elchami woke up early to get his girlfriend flowers, take he...

DECA brings home the gold

Morgan Cleary, Staff Reporter

February 13, 2018


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DECA has yet another successful competition. The annual district competition was held at Arizona State, with all local schools competing on Jan 16 and all other schools in Arizona on a different day. With students competing in all different sorts of events that all relate to the marketing world. These...

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