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Goodbye Class of 2015

Goodbye Class of 2015

Kathryn McFaul, Staff Writer

May 21, 2015


Filed under Features, News

Time has flown by; too fast for some and way too slow for others. We started high school as small, pre-pubescent teenagers that were completely scared of all the bigger kids, and have grown up to be the leaders of the school. Friendships were formed, some that we never thought possible, and unforgettable...

Graduation gown colors divide student body

Madi Montoya, Staff Reporter

May 21, 2015


Filed under Opinions

At the end of four, long years of high school, the least amount of stress for any student should be during graduation; it’s the end of the year, college is only a few months away, and most stress has been replaced with a little thing called ‘senioritis.’ However, for some, graduation can be more...

Bear Down with talent at U of A

Jordan Williams, Photo editor

May 19, 2015


Filed under Opinions

Sun Devils? Lumberjacks? You meant, Wildcats! Beardown! While every student dreams of an ivy league school, University of Arizona is the closest Arizona has to a genuine school. Between the three most popular in-state universities, UA is clearly the best option for college. Let’s begin with the...

Ivy League bound student ranks Harvard acceptance among his accomplisments

Ivy League bound student ranks Harvard acceptance among his accomplisments

Rebecca Hoffmann, Staff Reporter

January 20, 2015


Filed under Features

Many students aspire to achieve their goals during this four-year experience we call high school. Standing valedictorian, senior Jeffery “JJ” Andrade, has recently reached what he claims to be his biggest accomplishment, acceptance into Harvard University. Andrade has worked towards achieving...

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