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Spirit week continues with Tomorrow Land

Written by Jacob Cordas

October 19, 2010


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Today is Tomorrowland and last night I was excited about it. I spent at least four hours last night transforming a simple box into a robot with a pot on his head and I’ve got to say, it was pretty awesome. Yet today, when I got to school I found my enthusiasm was unmatched by the rest of the student...

Aztec Land spirit day

Written by Jacob Cordas

October 18, 2010


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Today was Aztec Land, Corona-ites. Sadly, nobody seemed to be dressed up, only a scattered few seemed to care enough. One joyful Corona, senior Cecilia Iole, was one of those few. She was dressed up in orange eye shadow, orange shoes, an orange flower in her hair and the classic Corona t-shirt. Iole...

Banned books of the past

Banned books of the past

Written by Taylor Beese

October 4, 2010


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To Kill a Mockingbird, Harry Potter, Gone With the Wind and A Light in the Attic are all books that have been banned or challenged in states across America. “They usually fall under categories like inappropriate language or content and unsuitable to age group,” Librarian Justine Centanni said. ...

Assembly format tweaked

Assembly format tweaked

Written by Preslie Hirsch

September 10, 2010


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“Be afraid, be very afraid,” Student Council sponsor Ben Forbes said regarding the fall sports assembly on Sept. 3. Every year a pep assembly takes place at the beginning of the fall sports seasons to get the students fired up about the year and to introduce the fall athletes. “We started...

Students mourn the loss of Cody Bishop

Students mourn the loss of Cody Bishop

Written by Janae Mari

May 11, 2010


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Students gathered together in the stadium during lunch on Tuesday, May 11 to say farewell to senior Cody Bishop. Cody passed away on May 9 after being taken off life support following a car accident May 6. Cody was heading eastbound on Ray Road turning left into the Fry’s shopping center when a...

Percussion trip

Percussion trip

Written by Stephen Kuluris, Honorary Staff Member

April 22, 2010


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Students from sixth hour percussion travelled to Ohio from April 14-18 to compete against students from all over the world. The Aztecs flew out the morning of April 14 and arrived in Ohio later that day and settled down before performing the next day. The students performed for the judges and then...

Scuba preview

Written by Alex Bernal

April 19, 2010


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On April 22, over 20 students will be on a four-day scuba trip to the Santa Catalina Island aboard the Horizon boat. It will involve the students of Mike Trimble’s Advanced Biology class. Students were required to be “scuba-certified” before the trip. If students were not certified, and had...

SHFT (Super Happy Fun Time)

SHFT (Super Happy Fun Time)

Written by Stephen Kuluris, Honorary Staff Member

February 1, 2010


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The second annual Super Happy Fun Time, (SHFT), pronounced "shift," took place at Corona on Saturday, Jan. 30. SHFT is an event where the three journalism classes, [cdstv], Sunrise (newspaper) and Sunset (yearbook) come together to compete against one another in fun and hilarious games. Sunset...

Dancing with the staff

Dancing with the staff

Written by Tatum Hartwig

January 12, 2010


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In order to raise money for a trip to New York City, the Corona del Sol dance program came up with the clever idea to spoof the popular television Dancing With the Stars to create Dancing with the Staff. On Saturday January 9, nine Corona staff members performed with two dance students each to songs...

Market Week

Market Week

Written by Tony Valderrama

December 7, 2009


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Entrepreneurship is defined as the act of owning and running a business. It is also a class taken by seniors and juniors. Yet this year, the curriculum is taking a much more radical approach than in the past. In years past, the students in Entrepreneurship class were assigned a large project in which...

Aztecs hit a high note

Aztecs hit a high note

Written by Jessica Hyduke

September 11, 2009


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Very few people, let alone high school students, have had the opportunity to sing in front of a stadium filled with more than 55,000 people. On Aug. 22, seniors Kyle Homewood, Adam Burriel and Kane Jungbluth-Murry had that opportunity when they sang the National Anthem at the Cardinal-Chargers footb...

9/11 Football Jerseys

9/11 Football Jerseys

Written by Luke Samuels

September 10, 2009


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The Corona del Sol varsity football team will be sporting new jerseys as the Aztecs take on Desert Ridge Friday night. Varsity quarterback Chase Cartwright conceived the idea to wear special commemorative jerseys in honor of the eighth anniversary of 9/11. The jerseys, as well as other commemo...

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