The Precedent

State final 2018-2019 results

Nadine Loureiro and Anna Myers

December 3, 2018


Filed under Sports

Fans waited anxiously at the gates of the ASU sun devils stadium on December 1st to witness the rematch championship game between rival football teams, the Chandler wolves and the Perry pumas. The stadium grew crowded in mere minutes, filled with anxious students, parents, and faculty members, gathered...

Another chance a state

Abby Knoblock, Staff Reporter

December 3, 2018


Filed under Sports, Uncategorized

In the 2017 football season Perry High fought their way to their first state championship game against Chandler High at Arizona stadium in Tucson, Perry lost (49-42). Since Perry was on fire last season, losing one game in regular season, fans and the football community saw a chance for the future te...

Food and feathered friends

Food and feathered friends

Kalany Rosado, Staff Reporter

November 19, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

The Perch is located in a little nook in downtown Chandler. This hidden gem is welcoming with friendly staff and a beautiful set restaurant. Trees surround the center area that have cute black tables and chairs for seating. The trees hang like a canopy and are covered in green liveley leaves and twi...

Lengthy travel time to championship game

Lengthy travel time to championship game

Sawyer Del Fosse, Staff Reporter

December 1, 2017


Filed under News

One of the biggest factors in sports is the location of the game. There are many elements that accompany the location as well such as the crowd, the quality of the field, and who owns the fields. This has come to be known as the home field advantage and has been proven over and over again to have an...

David and Goliath: Pumas in the role of underdog

David and Goliath: Pumas in the role of underdog

Morgan Chung, Staff Reporter

November 27, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports

The story of David and Goliath has been used to describe monumental events for many years. The story tells of a man, named David, who was told to fight a giant named Goliath. Goliath was undefeated. In the end, David miraculously beat Goliath. The upcoming state football game, Perry against Chandler (CHS), ...

Gilbert number one place to live if you are trying to save money

Cassie Nielsen, Website and Media Editor

May 17, 2016


Filed under News

Just one month ago Gilbert, Arizona was no longer a city that only the people who lived there thought was awesome. Huffpost columnist Cameron Huddleston wrote an article titled, “15 Best Places to Live If You're Trying to Save Money (and 15 worst).” Placed number one on that list was none other tha...

Truth to Taco: Joyride Tacos impresses

Truth to Taco: Joyride Tacos impresses

Rylee White, Staff Reporter

September 4, 2015


Filed under Opinions

Downtown Gilbert is the place to check out when experimenting with your flavor palate. Varying from Mexican to Italian inspired dishes your tastebuds will never be lacking satisfaction on this strip of trendy restaurants. One such company includes Joyride Tacos which I was able to visit with my dad...

Douglas’ “We Are Listening” tour addresses concerns in public education

Douglas’ “We Are Listening” tour addresses concerns in public education

Erik Yates, Staff Reporter

May 20, 2015


Filed under News

In the Chandler Public Library on May 9, newly elected Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas sat and listened to dozens of concerned individuals share their opinions on the state of education in Arizona. With Douglas sat with Arizona Representative J. D. Mesnard, Doctor Cecilia Johnson,...

Q&A: A candid conversation with Chandler police chief on responsibilities and recent events

Q&A: A candid conversation with Chandler police chief on responsibilities and recent events

Kathryn McFaul and Sarah Lankford

December 17, 2014


Filed under Features, News

KATHRYN McFAUL: Firstly, what is your job as the police chief in Chandler? SEAN DUGGAN: My primary function is to serve as executive officer of the Department with the responsibility of planning and directing all the functions, activities and operations of the City of Chandler Police Department....

Without science fair, is it really honors?

Without science fair, is it really honors?

Natalie Eberhard, Staff Reporter

November 21, 2014


Filed under Opinions

The horrifying sight of science equipment and the idea of repeated trials would scare any student…especially an honors science student. The science fair: An educational project that has been practiced since elementary school and has carried on to selected high school classes. Even though the assignment...

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