CdS Sunrise

The Dsketch Show

Written by Grady Douglas, News Editor

March 1, 2013


Filed under Entertainment, Slideshows

Theater works put on a great show Feb. 26 and 27 at the Dsketch Show (The D is silent). It had a large cast that was not only diverse, but also wildly funny. The show had multiple original skits and many adapted from various television shows. The best sketch was the last one, which began with an office...

Ed Sheeran concert review

Written by Manali Chavan, Staff Writer

February 22, 2013


Filed under Entertainment

Known for his ginger-colored hair and angelic voice, singer Ed Sheeran was welcomed with open arms during his first ever concert in Arizona. Months beforehand, the concert had exceeded ticket sale expectations and had to be moved from the original venue, The Marquee, to the Mesa Amphitheatre. The date,...

Mr. Corona review

Written by Sapna Daryanani, Staff Writer

February 20, 2013


Filed under Entertainment, Features

On Feb. 15, the junior class held the annual Mr. Corona Pageant and crowned senior Sumeet Patwardhan with the title of Mr. Corona. The pageant served as a fundraiser for not only the junior class but also for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, and each of the contestants contributed to the...

Play review: The Importance of Being Earnest

Play review: The Importance of Being Earnest

Written by Aashini Choksi, Editor in Chief

February 20, 2013


Filed under Entertainment, Top Stories

On Feb. 8 and 9, CdS Drama presented The Importance of Being Earnest. It was a pleasant interpretation of Oscar Wilde’s revered piece. Directed by drama teacher Nick Taylor and student director Aidan Schatzki-Lumpkin, it managed to recreate the story in just three scenes. The set was beautiful and re...

Date ideas for Valentines Day

Written by Liz Cheney, Online Photo Editor

February 13, 2013


Filed under Entertainment

How many dates have you been on? Five? Ten? Fifty? One-hundred? After the first few, the rest seem to blur together. But there’s one date that should always leave an imprint on both you and your significant others mind: Valentine’s Day. Leaving a good impression is key. And on Valentine’s Day,...

Ms. Teen pageant

Written by Omar Soussi, Assistant Sports Editor

February 4, 2013


Filed under Entertainment

The Arizona Ms. Teen pageant has chosen its participants for this year and two of the competitors are Corona students. The contestants are juniors Kahara Hodges and Kaliegh Huckey. Hodges, who won Ms. Corona this year, is excited about this. “It’s such an honor to be selected as a youth in Arizona...

Wind Ensemble

Written by Juliana Edwards, Staff Writer

February 4, 2013


Filed under Entertainment

The Corona del Sol Wind Ensemble was selected by the Arizona Music Educators Association to perform a featured concert at the 2013 Music Educators In-service Conference on Feb.1. Music ensembles from around the state submit recordings to be considered for selection every year. Only the top bands,...

Dance ’til You’re Dead review

Dance ’til You’re Dead review

Written by Jacqui Marzocca, Managing Editor

November 29, 2011


Filed under Entertainment, Top Stories

Corona’s newest dance show, “Dance 'til You’re Dead” was undoubtedly a success, aside from a few minor issues. Unfortunately, I was only able to attend the Friday night show, which had a few technical difficulties. The show was not able to start until roughly 8:30 p.m on Friday night. During...

Miss Corona review

Miss Corona review

Written by Colin McCormick, Staff writer

November 22, 2011


Filed under Entertainment, Top Stories

In November, 13 Corona girls competed in the second annual Miss Corona Pageant. Among the participants there were two seniors, four juniors, three sophomores and four freshmen. The pageant is based on a typical Miss America pageant, with a personal interview, talent and onstage question portion. Each...

“Dance ’til You’re Dead” preview

Written by Asada Njuguna, Life & Times Editor

November 17, 2011


Filed under Entertainment

Lights, camera, dance! This Friday Nov 18 “Dance ‘Til You’re Dead” hits the stage at 7 p.m. The show features performances from the intermediate through company classes. “I hope (the audience) enjoys everything and they are not sitting there bored,” senior and company dancer Jessica Seeger ...

Freshman Dance a success

Freshman Dance a success

Written by Colin McCormick, Staff Writer

August 23, 2011


Filed under Entertainment, Top Stories

This year’s freshman dance held up to its reputation as a fun-filled night for students. The freshman dance falls on the first Friday of the first week of every school year and is the first social event for the incoming freshman. This dance is only for freshman, as the name implies. The reason for...

Teachers prevail in faculty dodgeball

Written by Jacob Cordas

April 13, 2011


Filed under Entertainment

This weekend a dodgeball tournament enthralled audience. Teams of students and teachers competed to be crowned champion. The competition started heatedly with the two teacher teams getting to skip the first round and students attacking each other. Balls flew fast. Teams won. Teams lost. The first...

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