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Students strut their stuff for a worthy cause

Students strut their stuff for a worthy cause

Written by Stephen Kuluris, Honorary Staff Member

March 12, 2011


Filed under Entertainment, Top Stories

On Friday, March 11, the STAND club held its annual STAND fashion show, to which many students contributed by electing to “strut their stuff” for the show. The show began with the emcees explaining the show and asking for the audience to obey certain guidelines. Of course, they said it in a much...

Choir ranges from pop to classical in Spring Concert

Choir ranges from pop to classical in Spring Concert

Written by Will Morgan

March 7, 2011


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This year’s spring choir concert was a fantastic recital, with many great performances by all of the levels of choir including Jaztecs, A Cappella, Encore, Women’s Ensemble and Men’s Chorus. Songs in the concert ranged from a genre of classical requiems to pop hits, like the song “Car Wash”...

Snorkel trip success despite bad weather

Snorkel trip success despite bad weather

Written by Will Morgan

March 3, 2011


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Last month’s inclement weather was quite a problem for the students who went on the Advanced Biology snorkel trip. Despite planning the annual trip months ahead of time, the weather caused problems even Biology Teacher Mike Trimble couldn’t foresee. We left Thursday night and arrived in Long ...

Mr. Corona

Written by Stephanie Dayton

February 11, 2011


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It’s that time again Aztecs; time for the annual Mr. Corona pageant.  For the past few years, March of Dimes club has put together a “man pageant” in which contestants compete for the title of Mr. Corona. Unfortunately, March of Dimes is no longer a campus club. Instead Mr. Corona is lying in...

Small cast puts on big show

Written by Jacob Cordas

February 8, 2011


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Last weekend Theatre Works put on an entertaining performance of the play Over the River and Through the Woods. It might be the best show of the year, but that doesn’t mean it was faultless. The show tells the story of a mid-20-year old named Nick (freshman Daniel Karbon) who is visiting his grand...

Drama puts on puppet show

Drama puts on puppet show

Written by Stephanie Dayton

February 4, 2011


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When we were kids we all had those little puppet friends of ours. You know: Gonzo, Miss Piggy, Kermit the Frog even Bert and Ernie. I’m sad to say that The Muppets won’t be visiting the school, but rather drama teacher Chris Carter and his students from his third period Advanced Acting class per...

Sons of Sylvia: not the next great American band

Written by Jacob Cordas

February 3, 2011


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Few musicians ever write a song incorporating an actor, but a song dedicated to actors in westerns can be counted off my hand. Sons of Sylvia, who won the competition TV show The Next Great American Band, has a song that fits right in there and it is probably one of their best songs of their new albu...

Aprende and Cielo perform with Aztecs

Written by Jacob Cordas

January 25, 2011


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Last Thursday, the A Cappella choir performed with Aprende Middle School and Cielo Elementary School choirs in Corona’s own auditorium. Songs on the set list included Shine A Little Light, Fruitcake and many more crowd pleasers. “It (Shine A Little Light) was our big joint song, ” senior...

Top 10 of 2010

Written by Jacob Cordas

January 2, 2011


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Now is the time of year when we look back on the previous year and pick the BEST MOVIES OF THE YEAR. ****Full Disclosure: Some of these movies are rated R. If you are under the age of 17, you need to have parental consent. **** NUMBER 10 – I AM COMIC [Rated R] Comics are not happy people, ...

Harry Potter puts spell on viewers

Harry Potter puts spell on viewers

Written by Jacob Cordas

November 29, 2010


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This is the best Harry Potter yet. No question about it. I was hesitant to get excited after I heard that the seventh book would be split into two movies; struck me as a way to make more money. However, it blew me away. The acting was better, the story was better and the characters were better developed....

Harry Potter movie draws differing degree of fans

Harry Potter movie draws differing degree of fans

Written by Jacob Cordas & Stephanie Dayton

November 19, 2010


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Die hard fan. The first novel I ever finished was Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. I loved it so much, working my way over every paragraph to the final shocking showdown between Harry and Voldemort. When the movie came out I sat in awe and shock enjoying every angle, laughing at all the jokes...

Fakespeare to show

Written by Nathan Samuels

November 18, 2010


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On Friday Nov. 19 and Saturday Nov. 20 at 7 p.m., the third-hour Advanced Acting and Directing class is putting on a play in the auditorium for $5. The play is titled “Fakespeare,” and it includes parodies of actual Shakespeare plays. It contains a collection of plays from the Shakespeare festival...

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