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Trapped on screens

Trapped on screens

Kayla Gee, Double Truck Editor

April 25, 2019

The human condition is continuously tested by the evolving world that society creates. Today, in a world filled with screens, the demographic of people who are not being interactive in the real world  is increasing. However, companies and health research institutions are combating this growing conc...

Point/Counterpoint – social media

Holly Olszak, Staff Reporter

April 17, 2019

Social media has taken over our world. Technology is a natural part of society and without it, everyday tasks would become a lot more difficult. Social media is a large portion of our generation and has incredible benefits for numerous users. Although it has multiple advantages, many believe i...

Are our phones invading our lives?

Kenna Cassey is just one of many students who uses their phone in class.

Anna Myers, Staff reporter

April 17, 2019

Nearly all aspects of student’s lives have become centered around technology. From managing bank accounts, to food delivery services, to getting news alerts, communication, and a million other uses, our phones are gaining a larger and larger presence in our lives. Because of the growing prominence of technol...

Drone technology enters football field

FAA Recreational Drone guidelines

Nikki Soto, Staff Reporter

October 25, 2016

Technology today advances at a rapid pace, affecting workplaces, classrooms, and households. But the technological growth has reached a new area seemingly untouched by modern machines: the football field. Perry begun implementing the use of drones during practices, giving them an effective way to analy...

Samsung recalls new phone after 35 explosions

McKell Park, Staff Reporter

September 16, 2016

Samsung, an international electronic and appliance company, is demanding a recall of millions of Galaxy Note 7’s after 35 phones have ignited into flames proving dangerous to customers.  The Federal Aviation Authority has advised passengers to avoid turning on or charging phones during flights and...

Evolution of dating through the 20th century

Evolution of dating through the 20th century

Savannah Ostler, Staff Reporter

February 2, 2016

Throughout the 20th century, relationships have evolved from courting and staying in, to going out and online dating. Things that are not socially acceptable today were perfectly normal back then. People used to meet up with lots of different people and tried to get to know them, but today if peop...

Senior class features first STEM group to graduate

Aja Diffin and August Bowers

December 14, 2015

The graduating class of 2016 is packed full of athletes, honor society members, and a tight-knit group of nearly 70 who will be the first to carry the title of “STEM graduates.” These students are individuals who have gone through one of two Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) program...

Searching for answers

Sarah Lankford, Feature Editor

November 21, 2014

Cheating has always been an issue in schools. No longer does cheating involve stealing your teacher’s answer key, scanning it onto a small paper, sticking it to the bottom of your shoe, and looking at it when test time comes around. With the advancement of technology, students are now able to cheat...

New policy allows technology in classroom

(From Left) Brandon Rule (11)  Carlos Villalobos (11) and Robert Londagin (11) use their smartphones for

Rachel Lattin, Editor-in-Chief

August 15, 2013

At the height of the digital age, students have been restricted from regularly using technology as a resource in the classroom. This school year, however, the Chandler Unified School District launched “Bring Your Own Technology” (BYOT). With BYOT, students may use technology in the classroom, if the teach...

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