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The rising unemployment among teens

New Dutch Bros. on Val Vista set to open on April 28.

Vivian Duong, A&E Editor

April 12, 2020

With the important stress among social distancing to contain the growing pandemic of COVID-19, jobs have become an issue to many individuals, whether it be finding work or to now being at an unemployment status.  “I’ve definitely thought about trying to find another job,” senior Kenneth Scott expl...

Blurred line between economical and essential

Viola Rosa hairstylist Hailey Hull washes a client's hair, unable to adhere to the six-foot rule Gov. Ducey says all essential services will follow.

Isabel Behrendt, Opinions Editor

April 5, 2020

The uncertainty and fear that has enveloped the world at this time is immeasurable. With an unprecedented pandemic invading the lives and routine of the American people, state and city governments find themselves in a perpetual race to defeat the spread of a virus before the damage becomes irreparable....

Point/Counterpoint: Proposition 206

Fast food strike and protest for a $15/hour minimum wage at the University of Minnesota. (Fibonacci Blue)

December 15, 2016

Prop 206 just passed in the recent Arizona elections and the minimum wage will rise eventually. The minimum wage will be effected right at the start of 2017 and it will effect our high-school jobs.

Holiday Season Brings jobs

Graphic showing the top online retailers on Black Friday

Ernesto Chacon, Staff Reporter

November 30, 2015

It is holiday season; people spend time with their family, enjoy many seasonal foods, and stores stay open later to offer many deals on products. According to a New York Times article, last year consumers spent over 10 billion dollars on Black Friday alone. This high demand for products at this time of y...

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