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Cold weather clarity

Cold weather clarity

Tatum Hartwig
February 1 • 280 views
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People usually associate grey clouds with gloominess and sadness, but for me an overcast sky brightens up my day than a bright, sunny day. Weird, right? Especially considering we live in a desert state that has an average of 325 out of 365 days per year of clear, sunshiny days. I’m prone to more s...

Ode to My Sweater translation

Stephen Kuluris
December 10 • 462 views
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If you happened to read “Ode to My Sweater” in the paper, then this should shed some light on what I actually meant by it. If you haven’t read it, you can do so by going to our current issue, which is in the right sidebar. For the first day of Dec. I wanted to show my Christmas season spirit...

AztecTown opens students’ eyes

AztecTown opens students’ eyes

Preslie Hirsch
November 19 • 527 views
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From Nov. 10-13 approximately 80 students, predominantly from Corona but accompanied by 15 Marcos de Niza students, participated in activities, lectures and bonding exercises centered around unity, diversity, and leadership at AztecTown camp. I found the experience very enlightening and beneficial....

Life as an actor

Jacob Cordas
November 3 • 515 views
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Friday I was standing behind a trapdoor as the characters from Clue wander through the house searching for the killer. The lights dim and the Motorist began her phone conversation. That is when I make my move. I slide the trapdoor open and in my black morph suit kill the Motorist before she is able ...

Back to reality after break

Nathan Samuels
October 18 • 283 views
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I just got back from a fun week in California visiting my brother and hanging out on the beach. It was a nice break from school and a nice break from the Arizona weather. Now I have to go back to focusing on school, studying and working for the “A’s.” I still feel on break and my attitud...

Fall is here

Fall is here

Bree Purdy
October 4 • 258 views
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It is currently 5:13 in the morning. I am on my elliptical and writing this on my iTouch. The glass doors in front of me are wide open. Cool air. I have two tests today, both of which I will most likely fail, but I do not care. It is currently 67 degrees outside right now. I am ecstatic because...

Live with no regrets

Chanel Alvis
September 29 • 281 views
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If there is one thing I’ve learned in life up to this point it’s that if a cute guy asks for your number, you give it to him. That’s common sense, isn’t it? I made the mistake of not giving the cute guy my number and I’ve regretted it ever sense. As I thought about my small mistake, my perception...

Hippie haters

Stephen Kuluris
September 27 • 367 views
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Got to love how quick people are to jump to conclusions. I was recently faced with a situation where this conclusion-jumping led me to think I was going to be knocked out cold with one swift punch. It all started with a grand old time hanging outside of QT after an ultimate frisbee game (it’s the...

The tragedy of movie making from books

Sarah Dinell
September 10 • 244 views
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It’s an age old argument; movies vs. books. But what about those books that are made into movies? Which version is better? Recently, in one of my bouts of boredom, I was reading through lists of books that were eventually made into movies. There were many more than I expected, a lot of movies that...

The cure to insecurities

Tatum Hartwig
September 2 • 222 views
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Insecurity is something I have suffered with my entire life. I remember even in elementary school thinking that I wasn’t as pretty as the other girls or that I didn’t have as nice of clothes as my classmates. These feelings of inadequacy only grew as the years passed. I became more awkward and isolated....

CDSPN causes debate

Eric Smith & Stephen Kuluris
October 25 • 354 views
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Point When senior Keith Wagner came on to [cdstv]’s sports segment, “CDSPN,” earlier last month people expected him to deliver a summary of Corona’s athletics. He then did something totally unexpected; he went and called out the football team in front of the entire student body. “I wa...

Going green? Think again

Going green? Think again

Stephen Kuluris
September 9 • 340 views
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“Going green” has gotten a lot of hype within the past few years. People are riding bikes and recycling. These things are little steps in the right direction to fight global warming, but to actually help the environment people are going to have to make the leap and put large scale plans into effect. Small...

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