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Thin Mints vs. Tagalongs: Girl Scout cookie battle

Thin Mints vs. Tagalongs: Girl Scout cookie battle

March 2, 2017

Tagalongs: With the major holiday rush coming to an end, it is now the time to finally stick with those...

Create great study habits, and thank yourself later

Create great study habits, and thank yourself later

December 13, 2016

STUDY! You want to create good study habits for yourself. Try to avoid cramming it all in at the l...

Suicide Squad Movie Review

Arlayna Schooley, Staff Writer

August 29, 2016

Filed under Columns, Entertainment, Opinions, Uncategorized

At a quarter to midnight, Aug. 4, eager fans waited in line to see yet another midnight release. This time everyone's favorite superheroes were put aside to make room for some of DC’s favorite super villains.  In Warner Brothers' latest franchise, Suicide Squad offers plenty of action, a diverse cast and comedy. I wa...

‘I’ll never forget the competitive fire that was Marcus Wheeler’

Andrew Eversden, Managing Editor

May 13, 2015

Filed under Columns, Opinions

Tragic. The only word that can be used to describe the last month at Corona del Sol. The death of two senior classmates, one from a deadly cancer and the other from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Tragic. On Tuesday, May 12, senior Marcus Wheeler took his own life on campus. He will be remembered as a star athlete, as he wo...

Facebook Opinion

Aashini Choksi and Natalie Crawford, Staff Writers

November 5, 2012

Filed under Columns, Opinions, Uncategorized

I can’t count the number of times that people have told me to get a Facebook account and that I’m crazy for not having one. It’s not that I’m not allowed to have one; it’s just that I don’t want one. My main reason for not getting a Facebook is that it is so time consuming and addicting. I know friends and relatives...

Controversy over gay marriage

Preslie Hirsch, Editor-in-Chief

February 1, 2012

Filed under Columns, Opinions

Controversial issues have been the building blocks of revolution since the beginning of America, and, needless to say, nothing has changed. Social issues tend to have a way of existing but don’t raise political concern until they are brought to the surface by passionate constituents. Gay marriage rights first were catapulted...

Peanut butter obsession

Stephanie Dayton, Opinions Editor

January 31, 2012

Filed under Columns, Opinions

Ever since I was a child I’ve always loved candy. One of my all time favorites are peanut butter M&M’s. I mean yeah there are different types of M&M’s like regular, peanut and pretzel M&M’s but to me nothing beats peanut butter. I guess growing up and always eating peanut butter and jelly sandwiches influenced...

Holiday’s are for the sweater lovers

Stephanie Dayton, Opinions Editor

December 13, 2011

Filed under Columns, Opinions

Winter is the season for hot chocolate, movie nights, roasting marshmallows over an open fire and SWEATERS! When I was younger I thought that sweaters were the most hideous things I’ve ever seen. My sister, Tiffany, started buying them during her freshman year. At first when I saw her wearing them I thought to myself, “How...

Procrastination during school

Jacqui Marzocca, Managing Editor

October 27, 2011

Filed under Columns, Opinions

The definition of the word procrastination is to put off or defer until a later time.  At one time or another in all of our lives, we have committed this small injustice and had to suffer the consequences.  Why do we procrastinate?  Many times the reasons lie solely in the lack of motivation for a specific job or project. ...

Vegetarian or Non Vegetarian

Stephanie Dayton, Opinions Editor

September 30, 2011

Filed under Columns, Opinions

Eating meat is a personal choice and lifestyle. According to the 2008 study “Vegetarianism in America,” published in the Vegetarian Times Magazine, nearly 7.3 million people don’t eat anything that comes from meat. Why do people make this huge life decision to switch from eating meat on a daily basis to either not eating...

Violence is never the answer

Sarah DInell

February 28, 2011

Filed under Columns, Opinions

Why do some people feel like violence is the only solution to problems? It doesn’t matter that only a very few percentage feel this way: the recent shootings in Tucson and at the Chandler Fashion Center have proved that it only takes one person to do a whole lot of damage.  One man managed to shoot 20 people, and kill six...

What is Valentine’s Day?

What is Valentine’s Day?

February 9, 2011

Point: In 3rd grade, students were required to buy Valentine’s Day cards for the class. Probl...

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