CdS Sunrise

Written by Melanie Furman

March 7, 2019


Filed under Life & Times, News, News Briefs

On Feb. 28, the Tempe City Council passed a new distracted driving ordinance in order to create safer roads. What is this ordinance? According to tempe.gov, this ordinance prohibits drivers from “holding, typing on, or operating a mobile device while driving.” If Tempe Police see a person ...

Sound of Music graces Corona

Sound of Music graces Corona

Written by Melanie Furman

February 5, 2019


Filed under Around Corona del Sol, Entertainment, Life & Times, Top Stories

For three nights, CdS TheatreWorks performed The Sound of Music on the James C. Love Stage. From the beautiful singing to the grand and intricate sets to the live orchestra, this production was wonderful. Even though this show was two-and-a-half hours long, the talent of the cast and crew made e...

TheatreWorks presents: ‘Unsinkable’ & ‘Suite Surrender’

Written by Maryn Johnson

September 12, 2018


Filed under Around Corona del Sol, Entertainment, Life & Times, News, Top Stories

This Thursday and Saturday TheatreWorks is putting on its first production of the year. Something new is being introduced to this performance, as it will have two shows rather one. Much like a Pixar short, there will be a brief play called “Unsinkable” to start the show, followed by another longer...

Teacher walkout leaves many students with questions

Written by Melanie Furman & Kyle Kerns

April 25, 2018


Filed under Around Corona del Sol, Life & Times, News, Top Stories

With the teacher walkout beginning Thursday, April 26, new information about the walkout and how it affects Corona is coming out each day. Here is a current list of the facts that are known about the walkout and what facts are still unknown. This list will be updated constantly as new information is...

TheaterWorks prepares for on-stage production

Written by Sarah Schop, Staff Writer

January 30, 2018


Filed under Life & Times, News

The Corona drama department, otherwise known as TheaterWorks, is putting on the play Rumors for its spring production. “It’s about these upper class couples that go to their friends’ 10th anniversary party,” senior Zoe Newman said. “They quickly realize that something isn’t right and they...

Allergy season is upon us, take precautions

Allergy season is upon us, take precautions

Written by Lauren Puffer, Staff Writer/ Photographer

April 13, 2017


Filed under Life & Times, Staff Blogs, Top Stories

Having allergies is one of my biggest physical struggles. My eyes get puffy, my nose gets drippy, and my sinus are pressurized. Having this disadvantage could out you at a bigger risk of contracting an illness, but staying healthy in the spring isn't entirely hard. I have some tips and tricks to keep...

Behind the Scenes: Sunset Yearbook

Behind the Scenes: Sunset Yearbook

Written by Dion Deguzman, Staff Writer

March 29, 2017


Filed under Life & Times, Top Stories

It’s almost time, the time everyone has been waiting for. The yearbook. It is finally finished and will be distributed May 3. Although, there is a lot more that goes into the yearbook than you might think. What you may not know is that this year’s yearbook actually started being made last school...

Things to Do: Jan. 13 to Jan. 15

Things to Do: Jan. 13 to Jan. 15

January 9, 2017


Filed under Life & Times, News, Top Stories

Star Wars: The Music The Phoenix Symphony brings Star Wars to the Symphony Hall this Friday. If you are not into school dances and Hoopcoming I would definitely recommend stopping by the Phoenix Symphony Hall. The symphony will be performing the popular “Main Theme,” “Imperial March” and the ...

Spread positivity, be content

Spread positivity, be content

Written by Lauren Puffer, Staff Writer/ Photographer

January 9, 2017


Filed under Life & Times, Top Stories

I can personally say that I’ve had a pretty good life. There’s not much for me to complain about. Though some people’s problems are more severe than others, they can have the same level of impact on your mental wellness. The greatest gift that we have been given as humans is the ability to influence...

Corona band puts on joyous holiday concert

Written by Nikki Dull, Staff Writer

December 14, 2016


Filed under Around Corona del Sol, Entertainment, Life & Times, Uncategorized

On Dec. 13 Corona del Sol’s band and percussion performed together for a joint holiday performance directed by Scott Werner. To start of the night, percussion performed the song “Hanukkah” and the stage was set up to match the holiday theme and also included captivating colorful lights that...

Create great study habits, and thank yourself later

Create great study habits, and thank yourself later

Written by Landon Douglas

December 13, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life & Times, Opinions, Top Stories

STUDY! You want to create good study habits for yourself. Try to avoid cramming it all in at the last second, that will do you no good. It might help by getting a friend to come over and quiz you on some subjects.   Flashcards They are a really helpful tool on finals because you can j...

Give back to the Earth and take the right action

Written by Lauren Puffer, Staff Writer/ Photographer

December 12, 2016


Filed under Life & Times, Opinions, Staff Blogs, Uncategorized

It's the season of giving, so I thought, “why not talk about the gift that keeps on giving?” This year I'll be giving back to Mother Earth and I strongly encourage you to do the same. I know we don't have that much power over all of the industrial level changes that occur in the environment, but...

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