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Ditch Thanksgiving and celebrate Black Friday

Isabel Behrendt, Opinions Editor

November 12, 2019

Disregarding political preferences, strong opinions, and your expressive brother-in-law who believes in questionable conspiracy theories, Thanksgiving used to be the reason everyone put aside their differences, sat at the table, and joined each other for a brief moment of peace. However, rather than...

Look out below, Johnston’s new restaurant with a twist

Look out below, Johnston’s new restaurant with a twist

Kenna Cassey, Social media director

September 19, 2019

With a very hard-to-miss gopher sticking out of the top of the building Topo is a pretty unique spot. It is located right in the middle of downtown Gilbert, Topo is now one of the most popular restaurants in that area. Joe Johnston, the creator of the restaurant had a cool idea and made it happen, u...

Top picks on where to eat before homecoming

Top picks on where to eat before homecoming

Kenna Cassey, Staff Reporter

September 13, 2019

Sometimes the homecoming group may be indecisive about where to go to eat. When they are wondering about what and where they want to go, look for some fun and fresh new restaurants in some hot spots around town.  Some fun places to go and eat around town, either a chain or local, should meet a few requirements. Fun...

Point/Counterpoint: Thanksgiving tradition thrown out the door for our fast paced, modern lives

Point/Counterpoint: Thanksgiving tradition thrown out the door for our fast paced, modern lives

Drew Charlet, Web Editor

November 27, 2018

How often do you go to a family or friends house for a nice home cooked Thanksgiving dinner? Or how often do you go out to a nice restaurant with your family? Our columnists debate the growing trend of having someone else cook Thanksgiving.

Traditions not fit for our modern lives

Traditions not fit for our modern lives

Isabel Behrendt, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2018

Nothing beats the taste of a home cooked meal, but in a fast-paced world, is that just old-fashioned thinking? When people picture Thanksgiving, they likely think of the decadent dishes and the unforgettable time spent with all sorts of family members. However, what they often neglect to notice...

Thanksgiving Traditions are here to stay

Thanksgiving Traditions are here to stay

Holly Olszak, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2018

When thinking of Thanksgiving, the first images that come to mind are of friends, family and generous amounts of home-cooked meals arranged on the table. One of the most iconic traditions during this holiday is the food. Whether it is baking a pumpkin pie, mixing mashed potatoes or roasting a turke...

New Starbucks drinks will help you survive finals

New Starbucks drinks will help you survive finals

Nikki Soto, Staff Reporter

May 4, 2017

The end of the school year is in clear view, but with the impending threat of finals blocking the path, it is hard to believe we will ever reach it. Just like Mario needs a Power-Up Mushroom, high school students need their own pick-me-up: coffee. Sure, Dutch Bros has many sugary delights, but Starbucks has be...

Chase field offers new crazy eats

Nikki Soto, Staff reporter

April 21, 2017

While the Arizona Diamondbacks continue to captivate the eyes of the fans, the chefs at Chase Field captivate their taste buds. New and outrageous foods have been introduced to the stadium, and they are certainly not for the faint of heart. A new addition to the menu is the Funnel Cake Chicken Sandwich,...

Fluff It Marshmallows: delicious and unique

Fluff It Marshmallows: delicious and unique

Nikki Soto, Staff reporter

February 6, 2017

Gooey marshmallows float like clouds atop scoops of ice cream, inside bowls of fresh graham crackers and on creamy coffee drinks. Fluff It Marshmallows provides these delicious creations and many others, offering an unforgettable way to satisfy a sweet tooth ever since Aug. 5, 2014. Located on G...

“A Starry Night” features choir, local food trucks

“A Starry Night” features choir, local food trucks

Ian Graham and Nikki Soto

December 12, 2016

The school’s first winter dance, “A Starry Night,” featured a variety of activities and performances, expanding on a traditional homecoming or prom. At the dawn of the dance, several small choir groups - including jazz choir - took their places outside to serenade incoming attendees. Voca...

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