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Ac Lab has potential but is yet to be correctly implemented

Ac Lab has potential but is yet to be correctly implemented

Kajal Dave, Copy Editor
August 31, 2015 • 533 views
Filed under Features

The addition of AcLab every week at Corona sparked discussions as soon as the rumors got out. Some thought it would be better than the once a month AcLab system we had last year. Others pointed out that AcLab was seen as a waste of time. What was to prevent it from being an even bigger flop? I was...

The Walt Disney Company excites fans with extensions of childhood movies

Dion Deguzman, Staff Writer
August 25, 2015 • 485 views
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Certain pictures have been blowing up on all social media networks, pictures that make us want to be 6-years old again. We’ll all be reliving our childhoods as The Walt Disney Company announced 24 new movies and two new amusement park concepts, which will all hopefully be released by 2018. Soon-to-be-released...

Stolworthy to sing National Anthem at Cardinals preseason game

Stolworthy to sing National Anthem at Cardinals preseason game

Katelyn Stys, Managing Editor
August 21, 2015 • 1,423 views
Filed under Features, Top Stories

Sophomore Tatum Stolworthy will be singing the National Anthem in the Cardinals preseason game Aug.22. Stolworthy sang the National Anthem at a home basketball game during last year’s season when Darren Urban, a Cardinals employee, noticed her. “They (the Cardinals organization) contacted my parents...

Ac Lab has potential but hasn’t benefitted students yet

Celeste Hayes, Staff Writer
August 21, 2015 • 463 views
Filed under Features

AcLab is supposed to be a study hall. Allowing kids to finish that last bit of homework. Or it’s an opportunity for the struggling to get help from teachers. But how many AcLabs actually participate in the AcLab regulations? And do students use it as an opportunity or are they seeing it as a waste...

Coming up this weekend: August 14-16

Tanner Kujawa, Online Managing Editor
August 14, 2015 • 579 views
Filed under Features

For most people, the weekend is a much-needed break from the hectic school week. After all the studying, homework, lectures and notes that almost every student hates about high school, the weekend can provide a fun, stress-free break before starting all over on Monday. However, a lot of people find themselves...

Currently Corona- Coming Together

Currently Corona- Coming Together

Tanner Kujawa, Staff Writer
May 19, 2015 • 676 views
Filed under Features

In recent months, Corona students have endured their fair share of heartbreak. From the death of senior Ridge Vanderbur, who lost his battle with cancer, to the more recent death of senior Marcus Wheeler, who took his own life on campus. However, despite all of the sorrow, I have witnessed some amazing...

5 things to do this summer

5 things to do this summer

Tanner Kujawa, Staff Writer
May 19, 2015 • 593 views
Filed under Features

5 THINGS TO DO THIS SUMMER IN ARIZONA With summer just around the corner, it has some students questioning what they are going to do with all of their newfound free time. I have compiled a list of five fun things to do this summer all around Arizona. Go to Wet ‘n’ Wild Water Park in Glend...

Lana del Rey pleases fans with performance

Lana del Rey pleases fans with performance

Tanner Kujawa, Staff Writer
May 19, 2015 • 721 views
Filed under Features

I was first introduced to Lana del Rey by one of her songs, “Summertime Sadness,” that I heard on the radio. Little did I know then that the version I had heard was a radio edit with added beats and bass. The real version is a much slower, sad song that encompasses real emotion in its lyrics. Then,...

Corona’s campus to undergo changes

Kasey Ruthardt, Staff Writer
May 18, 2015 • 803 views
Filed under Features, News

To many people, the interior of Corona’s campus is very important. It gives them shade during the warmer months and the hills are fun to walk up and down on. Sometimes, classes use the sand volleyball courts to play tug of war and other people try to avoid it. Next year, the sand volleyball court will...

Chamber Orchestra performs at State Concert Festival

Lily Corona, Staff Writer
May 15, 2015 • 276 views
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On April 30, Corona’s Chamber Orchestra attended the State Concert Festival at the Chandler Center for the Arts. The Chamber Orchestra at Corona is the higher-level orchestra students that typically plan to continue its careers as musicians throughout college. At festivals for orchestra and band, ...

Aussie band debuts commendable album

Patricia Stoica, Staff Writer
May 14, 2015 • 400 views
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Think you have enough light, infectious songs stuck in your head? Probably not. It's ok though, because Aussie band Sheppard is here to remedy that. They've released their debut album in July and since its release of lead single "Geronimo" in February it has played live on the Today Show, The Voice...

Apraxia Awareness Day

Lily Corona, Staff Writer
May 14, 2015 • 404 views
Filed under Features

May 14 will be National Apraxia Awareness Day. For those who are not aware what apraxia is, here is an explanation. Apraxia is a newly discovered disorder that prevents a person from learning certain skill-based tasks. The highest diagnosed form of apraxia is Childhood Apraxia of Speech, or CAS for...

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