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School starts much too early

School starts much too early

Carson Pyatt, Online Editor in Chief
August 17, 2015 • 895 views
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At the beginning of the school year, I walked into my first hour, ready for another incredibly quiet class filled with exhausted children only half–awake. Even the first day, known for awkward silences and its “I won’t breathe too loud because I don’t want people to notice me” mentality, my f...

Redesigning campus interior is not an advisable idea

Redesigning campus interior is not an advisable idea

Tanner Kujawa, Staff Writer
May 19, 2015 • 1,860 views
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It has come to my attention that this summer Corona administration has decided to remodel the interior of campus. This remodel includes leveling the hills on campus, ripping out the beautiful, mature trees to plant new ones, and replacing the real grass with artificial turf. Administration has rationalized...

CdS art show ends year on high note

Tanner Kujawa, Staff Writer
May 19, 2015 • 714 views
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On May 13, the CdS Art Program hosted its last art show of the year. Corona art students, both honors and regular, had their personal art series displayed and the photo and ceramics classes had the chance to showcase their hard work as well. I attended the show and to say that I was pleasantly surprised...

‘Blurryface’ exceeds expectations

Lily Corona, Staff Writer
May 19, 2015 • 521 views
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One of the most anticipated album debuts of this year is none other than the sequel to Vessel by Twenty One Pilots. Twenty One Pilots has the most versatile and unique sound I have ever heard, ranging from alternative to schizophrenic pop. Their much-anticipated sequel is called Blurryface.     ...

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

Andrew Eversden, Managing Editor
May 13, 2015 • 2,498 views
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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 rem...

What’s in a friend?

Lily Corona, Staff Writer
May 7, 2015 • 488 views
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In high school, you are forced to deal with all kinds of people you aren’t fond of. After high school, you get to pick which friends you keep. It’s true that most of your forced socialization will occur in school, and that the majority of the people you’ll meet in life will be from high school....

Whiplash high in quality and entertainment

Brenna Bochenek, Life and Times Editor
April 24, 2015 • 449 views
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Following a talented young drummer in New York City, Whiplash chronicles the efforts of Shaffer Conservatory of Music student, Andrew Neiman (Miles Teller) as he works to become a core drummer for the Shaffer Conservatory Studio Band. Whiplash is a powerful story that asks the complex question, “How ...

Male duo doesn’t stand out with EP

Patricia Stoica, Staff Writer
April 23, 2015 • 576 views
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Kalin and Myles are a pop/hip-hop duo from San Francisco, and they've been making songs together since 2011. The two met at a party while they were both making music individually, and they soon decided to combine their talents. After a positive response to their video "More Than Friends," they decided...

All Time Low releases another top album

Patricia Stoica, Staff Writer
April 22, 2015 • 587 views
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Well, they're back at it. Maryland-based pop punk band All Time Low have found themselves releasing another great album, and with great albums come great responsibility. Between songs about not fading away, saying "enough is enough" and wishing on satellites they thought were stars, the four-piece has...

Spotify vs. Pandora

Carson Pyatt, Online Editor in Chief
April 13, 2015 • 518 views
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Music has drastically evolved from the original records, cassette tapes and even CDs. Today, there are numerous ways to listen to music. Options include purchasing music, listening to the radio or using an app to stream your favorite songs. Two of the most commonly used music apps are Pandora and Spotify....

‘Insurgent’ book still preferable over entertaining movie

Kajal Dave, Copy Editor
April 9, 2015 • 391 views
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As an avid reader, my interest is always piqued when a movie adaptation of a novel is announced. The Divergent series is part of this trend, and on March 20, the second installment, Insurgent, was released. The film is a fairly accurate representation of the book. The integrity of the story is kept ...

British pop group worthy of American audience

Patricia Stoica, Staff Writer
April 6, 2015 • 571 views
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Why would British pop-rock band Rixton be noteworthy to an American audience? Well, for one thing, all of their songs are superbly catchy. And secondly, their debut album is by far impressive enough to warrant attention. Rixton has been a band now for three years, and their use of those years has...

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